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Powerty Vs. Poverty


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Think about the socioeconomic and political upheavals that we are encountering in many parts of the world. In most of these organisations (including business), the challenge is the widening gap (financially and ideologically) between the bottom of the pyramid and the ‘peak’ of it.

While the challenge at the bottom is one of survival, the preoccupation at the helm is invariably linked to GEM (Greed, Ego and Materialism).

Therefore, unless the ‘Powerty’ are sincerely focused on a sustainable solution to ‘Poverty,’ we can only expect more ‘man-made’ disasters around the world!


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