Sagar Suryawanshi -(Director)
What he says about “from where he get good ideas ”
Generating good ideas is not so much a predictable process as an exercise. You look at problems and you play with them until solutions start to appear. Trying to do that alone, in isolation, is inefficient. I find my best ideas are expressed with other people on their white boards as we discuss the problems, why they are there, and what can be done to alleviate them. Often, even when you have what appears to be an ideal solution, it cannot be applied because of the practical constraints of a particular problem. Those constraints may include cost, time to market, reliability, special requirements from the client, and so on. For good ideas to work, we have to respect practical constraints.
What he says about “Firms culture ”
Relationships are important. No matter how smart you are, there is always somebody who can help—with some technical topic or just navigating through the organization. Mutual respect and willingness to help colleagues are essential.