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Language & Speech. · Ejournals · Teachers Portal · Sitemap · Credits · Contact Us. Ⓒ Azim Premji Foundation | Disclaimer. Azim Premji @ ISB: Success comes from the ordinary. Wipro Chairman Azim Premji’s inspiring address to the graduating batch of the Indian School of Business, .. DON’T MISS: Oscar winner’s convocation speech at IIM-K. “Character is one factor that will guide all our actions and decisions”, Wipro chairman Azim Premji said during one of his innumerable speeches.

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I think the satisfaction index also becomes important. Who and what inspired you to start Wipro? Sign up for the daily ET Panache newsletter.

Don’t beat yourself for it or any one else for that matter! Today, I realise that my rebellion was another kind of conformity. We also tried at other good institutions like TISS. But the pace of change today azimm probably 3x what it was even five and ten years ago.

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ZaraBol – Trending Topics. They sent the rabbit for tuitions in swimming. The difference was that she has cooked it! The funny thing about life is that you realise the value of something only when it begins to leave you. T he third lesson I have learnt is no one bats a hundred every prekji.

The vendor smiled and replied, “He can’t help being rude and I can’t help being polite. If you could ask Wipro chairman Azim Premji one question, what would it be?


The fair was full of models and charts to explain various concepts in science. Related Gearing up for the reel deal! My friend was sharing me the story of his eight year-old niece. The smart cities project today is more talk than action. Will be displayed Will not be displayed Will be displayed. He drives a Toyota Corolla and flies economy class, stays in company guest houses rather than in luxury hotels.

I have worked very hard and neglected my family: Azim Premji

On 17 January The short cut can make you lose your way and end up becoming the longest way to the destination. What inspired me was just the ambition to do better than what we were doing and to grow much faster than we had in the past. Over the years I have been privileged to have met and worked with some of the most successful people in the world. The point is about the critical importance of things that we consider ordinary.

Premji, the third richest Indian, transformed a company that sold vegetable oil into one of the world’s most recognised software companies. Finally, my friend took the child to a supermarket and brought one of those ready-to-cook packets.

I guess we only know the value of what we have if we have struggled to earn it. The reason behind Wipro’s success, he says, is an unceasing quest for excellence. L astly, I would like to share with you two ordinary events from a different sphere. The child had to cut the packet and pour water in the dish.

The parents were concerned. I n the world of today, we seem to be caught with the notions of the extraordinary.


I was not even given a chance to have a dialogue with the students. A nation is more developed compared to another nation primarily based on its per capita income. To me, it seems that all of us here are privileged, some more some less. I wish you all the best in your life and career. From the baal mela, we went to visit another government school where we shared the mid-day-meal with the children.

The ppremji would pick up the money, smile politely and say, “Thank you, Sir. Development is a concept of relativity. My experience suggests that this is quite wrong.

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I worked very hard and I neglected my family. What amazed me was the passion with which the entire village was engaged with the event.

Remember, those who win are those who believe they can. I was told that they were siblings who were too little to be in school.

It just comes by itself. There was once a newspaper vendor who had a rude customer. His eight-year old daughter was struggling away at a jigsaw puzzle.

Nothing in life is permanent but when a relationship ends, rather than becoming peemji, we must learn to savor the memory of the good things while they lasted. It got a lot of attention from the Prime Minister, but its implementation has been very shallow.