MANAGING SYMBOLISM, PRESUMPTIONS, PERCEPTIONS & SENTIMENTS
Tall claims of being a professional and professional delivery by way tangibles are diametrically opposite things, cuts across with the same precision through most parts of education, research, governance, IT industry, consultancy and at differential levels in other sectors. If this is the prevailing reality, what starts ruling roost can be anything between symbolism to sentiments. Results connote objectivity and the efforts, sufficiently proving the utility of the time spent.
Having failed in objective performance or having not taken up the gauntlet at all, to still remain in circulation, the only via media is talking about symbolism, sentiments, presumptions, perceptions and sentiments. The show has to go on and it should some semblance of professional camouflage. Give your thought for a moment on, as to how much of your valuable professional time you have wasted in taking care of these things on your own or you have been dictated to do so. How often have you been asked to take care of these intangibles, unconnected to job by your bosses.
Managing these epithets seems to be have become the sine quo non of the Indian professional ecosystem. These epithets / feelings created thought conundrums in the our decision makers finally decide the day. The most challenging factor today is not that these exist but that it has become a part of our DNA, only these are the functional currency duly packaged in the jargon, format and templates of the day.
Precisely for this reason we are left with only the templates of the day; in research, in product, in patent, in mentoring, in communication, in vision, in innovation, in being a futurist, in automation and in understating the complex landscape of emerging technologies driven complex business and governance ecosystem. Organic has to be its growth and so has to be it’s main protagonists. Delivery and symbolism, sentiments, presumptions, perceptions & sentiments don’t work hand in hand.
AUTOMATION WILL SUBSUME SYMBOLISM, SENTIMENTS, PRESUMPTIONS, PERCEPTIONS & SENTIMENTS OF THE PROFESSIONAL ARENA.