About Us

Strat.In stands for Strategy Invented, Strategy Indianized, Strategizing!

Today the web has made huge strides in replacing the traditional media and blogs have become ubiquitous. We, some of the recent graduates of premier institutions in India wanted to contribute to this revolution. We felt that though a lot of people write about technology and even business, but the strategy behind them is rarely discussed. This is our attempt to discuss the strategic decisions and management issues faced in India.

We believe everyone has an interesting story to tell, just not everyday. A lot of people have amazing ideas and story to tell the world but they are not able to. One reason being that their ideas come once in a while and hence they are not able to maintain a blog, and even if they do have a blog a lot of people don’t read or comment. At strat.in we feel that people can contribute these articles and our readers will comment and this will lead to further discussion and growth. If you feel like contributing any story / suggestion/ comment then please to write to us!

Disclaimer: Views mentioned by posters on strat.in are their own and strat.in is not responsible if they hurt someone’s feelings directly or indirectly.

Thanks for visiting and until next time … keep ‘strat.in‘g!



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  2. Hi,

    We’d like to invite you to include your blog on http://www.LeadershipDigital.com. This site collects all the best content about Leadership and Management, organizes it by keywords and other parameters, and then attracts traffic and pushes it off to participating bloggers. Since it only shows links to posts of participating blogs, you retain ownership of your content, and get direct referral traffic (as well as benefits of being associated with a range of other top-notch bloggers in the space). We are similar to Alltop.com, but we use a more advanced technology to attract traffic.

    Participation is simple – we ask that you add into your sidebar a small widget that helps promote the site and collects some social signals to identify your best content, and we also ask that you announce your participation once things are set up. This way, more people will be able to find the site, and more people will eventually click through to your blog as a result of that.

    Please let me know if you’d like to be a part of this endeavor (you can withdraw at any time in the future if you wish), and I will set up your blog right away.

    Sincerely,
    Paul

  3. Hi,

    I apologize for my persistence with this, but we feel like your blog would be a terrific addition to http://www.LeadershipDigital.com, and thus I would like to extend my invitation to include links to your blog posts on the site once again. Among the current participating bloggers are people like Kevin Eikenberry, Dan McCarthy, Marshall Goldsmith, Terry Starbucker, Harvard Business Review, and many others.

    We ask participants to add a small badge to their sidebar, after which we make them a Featured source on Leadership Digital. There are no other requirements.

    Please email me if you want to try this out (there are no ties whatsoever) – this site is a win/win system for everyone involved.

    Thank you,
    Paul

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