Tag Archives: energy

Sometimes common sense takes a back seat to BI

By | March 9, 2015

This post has to do with how we sometimes loose the tree for the forest (no this is not a mistake), I had written a blog post sometime back about game theory and how it can help decide the outcome of certain business cases. I came across two instances in the last week where game… Read More »

One of the best graphical representations I have seen in a while

By | July 6, 2014

A picture is worth a thousand words, a decent chart is probably worth a million. I have been conducting trainings on MS SQL Server Reporting services recently and an important point I can’t over emphasize is the look of the report. Creating the report is fine, anybody can do it, but the true developer is… Read More »

How would you get the most out of 10 Rs?

By | June 5, 2014

  Today, we were chatting about efficiency and how it is different from utilization and we thought we would conduct a poll about it. So here is the background. Utilization simply means consumption e.g. you can burn up 40 ltr of petrol every week but how efficient are you i.e. How much distance did you… Read More »