Wednesday, March 25, 2009

My Rules for Project Management

Remove people from your team that don’t ask questions, don’t talk with other team members, won’t provide documentation, or won’t do analysis.

Only people that aren’t competent won’t show off their work

Question authority or live with the result

A sense of humor can help get teams through tough times. Keep in mind, some managers don’t appreciate humor unless they initiate it.

A working meeting should have no more than five people. Meetings with more than five should be reserved for providing updates or relaying information.

Paper status reports are worth what they are printed on.

Project failure is planned at the beginning of the project. Project initiation is the most important phase.

Be honest in all your dealings.

Project managers are expected to offer their opinions, but be accountable for your words.

When it comes to project scope, what is not in writing has not been said.

Have verifiable milestones

End of project surveys must be completed and the results distributed to the team

Bad conclusions lead to more bad conclusions

Documented assumptions are believed to be true for planning purposes

The best lessons learned come from failures

Without data you only have an opinion

Data doesn’t tell the whole story.

Bad data leads to bad decisions

Senior management is usually clueless when it comes to what your project is all about

A bad project team will never deliver good project results

If your project sponsor isn’t responsive you should put your project on-hold until such time they can become involved

The bottleneck is at the top of the bottle

A project manager’s main job is to keep the customer happy

At the end of a project if you have met all scope, quality, budget, and schedule objectives, but the customer isn’t happy your project is a failure

Documentation doesn’t replace knowledge

Most people want to do good work. Many times they don’t have the tools or information they need to perform well, or they aren’t managed properly

Project managers aren’t successful if their team members aren’t successful

Not all successful project managers are competent and not all unsuccessful project managers are incompetent. Sometimes you just have to be lucky

Good project managers are insecure by nature

An introvert can’t be a (successful) project manager

A project manager with lots of enemies won’t be able to be successful over the long run.

You must be a relationship guru and be ready to fall on the sword sometimes

A project manager must be a motivator

If you don’t listen, you can’t plan

Project managers deal with change. You must be the change agent for your project. Your project sponsor is the change salesman.

Information Security Management Handbook, Fifth Edition, Vol. 3 , "Information Security Management " (Book)

Since 1993, the Information Security Management Handbook has served not only as an everyday reference for information security practitioners but also as an important document for conducting the intense review necessary to prepare for the Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) examination. Now completely revised and updated and in its fifth edition, the handbook maps the ten domains of the Information Security Common Body of Knowledge and provides a complete understanding of all the items in it. This is a must-have book, both for preparing for the CISSP exam and as a comprehensive, up-to-date reference.
"A wonderful supplement [to the study guide]. [H]eavy on practical examples and real-world scenarios . [The book is] excellent." - Technical Support, Dec. 2004 "This is a must-have book for those preparing for the CISSP exam and for any information security professional." - Zentralblatt MATH 1054, May 2005

A wonderful supplement [to the study guide]. … [H]eavy on practical examples and real-world scenarios … . [The book is] excellent.
- Technical Support, Dec. 2004
This is a must-have book for those preparing for the CISSP exam and for any information security professional.

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Dennis P. Curtin, "A Short Course in Canon PowerShot S3 IS Photography book/ebook"

This book/eBook package is your guide to getting more interesting and creative photos with the 6 megapixel 12x zoom Canon PowerShot S3 IS. (The book also has links to 50 or so animations BUT you need broadband Internet access to play them. They will not play over a dial-up connection.) If you want to learn more about the concepts of photography, this book/ebook is for you. It discusses every camera setting on this amazing camera in a clear, well-illustrated style, but it also does much more. You'll see why and when you use specific settings, not just how to set them. You ll find that this guide helps you quickly master your camera so you ll be getting the kinds of photos you hope for. The book is printed in black & white and has a well-liked spiral binding that lets the book lie flat or be folded back. The accompanying eBook on a CD disc is a printable and searchable full-color version of the same book in Adobe's popular PDF format. It can be read on a PC or Mac using the free Acrobat Reader or any current Web browser. Just some of the things you'll learn are how to take pictures in fully automatic point and shoot mode and how your camera captures digital images; how to play back and manage your images; use buttons, dials, and menus; control image size and quality; shoot continuously, use all of the camera s exposure modes and exposure controls to get photos that show the scene exactly as it is, or as you want to interpret it; using histograms and the RAW format for the highest possible quality; how to control sharpness in your photographs; and how to use focus, depth-of-field, sharpness, softness, and blur creatively. Learn all about light and color and how to use them creatively. Understand how they change throughout the day and seasons, how they re affected by the weather, and how light s direction and quality affects highlights and shadows. See how to set white balance to capture colors the way you see them. Learn how to use lenses creatively when photographing

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Peter F. Drucker, "Management Rev. Ed." (Book)

The essential book on management from the man who invented the discipline

Now completely revised and updated for the first time

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More Results-Oriented Job Descriptions: 226 Models to Use or Adapt -- With Guidelines for Creating Your Own (Book)

Good job performance begins with defining the job properly. When employees don't fully understand their responsibilities and the results they are meant to achieve, the outcome is negative productivity.
More Results-Oriented Job Descriptions is the ultimate resource for the company wanting to create state-of-the- art job descriptions. It presents 226 model descriptions covering a wide range of job categories. Readers can use or adapt the models, or learn to make their own. And all the descriptions are included on a free, easy-to-use computer disk. This book helps any company:

** prepare job descriptions tied to business goals
** communicate expectations clearly
** improve employee job performance
** save time and money


Hitler's Last Chief of Foreign Intelligence: Allied Interrogations of Walter Schellenberg (Book)

When World War II came to an end the Allies competed for access to top Nazis, Walter Schellenberg being one of the most important. The British took Schellenberg into custody before the Americans or Russians could reach him. This is the first time that the transcription of the British interrogations have been made available; and Professor Doerries provides an extensive and scholarly introduction explaining the significance of Schellenberg within the Nazi Reich and the importance of the information that he provided to the Allies.

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The Power of Non-Verbal Communication: What You Do Is More Important Than What You Say (Book)

Anyone who can successfully read people can communicate and hold power. It's human nature to make decisions quickly, based on subconscious impressions of how a person looks and acts. Police officers and poker players often look for non-verbal cues in the people they deal with. They call these cues 'tells' -- and pride themselves on seeing 'tells' where ordinary people don't. Here are practical tips for understanding the inner motivations of others, and for controlling your own message to the world. Non-verbal communcation isn't about beauty or fashion or external first impressions. It is the sum total of ones' vocal inflections, facial expressions, gestures, posture and physical demeanor when communicating with others.

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Personal Brilliance: Mastering The Everyday Habits That Create A Lifetime Of Success (Book)

Foreword by Nido Qubein, Chairman, Great Harvest Bread Company, Founder, National Speakers Association Foundation

Whatever your definition of success, you'll achieve it only when you apply four key habits to your life and work -- not once in a while, or just "when the going gets tough," but every single day. Once you master that ability, you'll find that control, freedom of choice, and spectacular success are yours. Personal Brilliance helps you maximize your Awareness, Curiosity, Focus, and Initiative. These four traits we all have can be the catalysts for achieving your best. The secret is in consistently applying these four "habits of mind." This dynamic book features:

* Easy, fun practices and processes proven to nurture the four habits
* Inspiring stories of people who have dramatically improved their lives and made significant differences in their communities, homes, and businesses
* Proven ways to break through the barriers that stop you from being and achieving your personal best in all areas of your life

You already have what it takes to be successful. Here's how to put it to work!

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Right Person, Right Job: Guess or Know - The Breakthrough Technologies of Performance Information, 2nd Edition (Book)

We've all done it — hired someone who wasn't a good fit or simply couldn't do the job. Or promoted an employee who wasn't up to the new responsibilities.

You don't have to make the same time-consuming and costly mistakes again. In this groundbreaking book, Chuck Russell shows you the only way to hire and retain employees in today's competitive environment—by using testing and assessments.

With over 1,000 assessments available today in the United States alone, Russell alleviates your confusion by providing comparative analysis of a variety of tools and instruments.

He brings you up-to-date on the latest developments in testing and assessment technology—new tools that require less time, are relatively inexpensive and don't require outside expertise to administer or evaluate.

Learn how to use assessments and testing to:

Get the right person in the right job quickly
Head off violence and drug-related accidents and negligent hiring lawsuits
Ensure and document objective and non-discriminatory hiring practices

Topics include:

The role of testing and assessment in the selection process
Evaluating assessment tools
Using assessment with existing employees to solve performance problems,
engineer teams, re-organize, re-structure, conduct success planning and
coach executives
Legalities of using testing and assessment
A recommended selection process
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International Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management (Book)

The International Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management covers all of the relevant issues in the field of hospitality management from both a sectoral level:

* Lodging
* Restaurants
* Clubs
* Time-share
* Conventions

As well as a functional one:
* Accounting & finance
* Marketing
* Human resources
* Information technology
* Facilities management

Its unique user-friendly structure enables readers to find exactly the information they require at a glance; whether they require broad detail which takes a more cross-sectional view across each subject field, or more focussed information which looks closely at specific topics and issues within the hospitality industry today.

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Ending Poverty in South Asia: Ideas That Work (Book)

This groundbreaking book from South Asia shows how homegrown experiments can be expanded upon to transform the lives of millions of poor women and men in the developing world. It offers valuable lessons in how to make markets and services work to benefit poor people directly, enhancing their dignity and freedom of choice. "Ending Poverty in South Asia: Ideas That Work" is an essential tool for policy makers, social scientists, and development practitioners - indeed for all who are interested in tackling poverty and growth issues from the bottom up.

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English for Personal Assistants. The essential handbook for doing business internationally (Lernmaterialien) (Book)


Encyclopedia of Tourism (Book)

The Encyclopedia of Tourism is a definitive reference source, comprising over a thousand entries, written by a truly international team of more than three hundred contributors. It provides a comprehensive guide to the wide range of basic definitions, concepts, perspectives and institutions embraced by tourism and consolidates research carried out in the field to date. The entries reflect the multidisciplinary nature of tourism studies; including articles from the areas of anthropology, economics, education, geography, history, management, marketing, political science, psychology and more.
Coverage includes:
* General issues and concepts specific to tourism: accommodation, consumerism, gambl ing, globalization, policy, seasonality
* Definition of key terms and acronyms: ecoresort, professional native, room nights
* Significant institutions, associations and journals: Caribbean Tourism Organization, Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques, WTO, Journal of Leisure Research, Journal of Tourism Studies
* Country specific tourism profiles: Greece, Hungary, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Peru, Singapore, South Africa
* Trends and patterns of tourism development and growth: community development, demography, ecologically sustainable tourism, forecasting, zoning
* Tourism as an industry with many businesses: adventure tourism, business travel, convention bureaux, hospitality, marketing, public relations
Extensive cross-referencing helps readers to make links between diverse aspects of tourism studies. The suggestions for further reading, which follow most articles, are also invaluable in guiding the user to sources for additional research.

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George Watson - 190 Ready-to-Use Activities That Make Math Fun! (Book)

This unique resource provides 190 high-interest, ready-to-use activities to help students master basic math skills— including whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percentages, money concepts, geometry and measurement, charts and graphs, and pre-algebra— for use with students of varying ability levels.
All activities are classroom-tested and presented in a variety of entertaining formats, such as puzzles, crosswords, matching, word/number searches, number substitutions, and more. Plus, many activities include "Quick Access Information" flags providing helpful information on key concepts.

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A Study of the Toyota Production System: From an Industrial Engineering Viewpoint (Book)

Here is Dr. Shingo's classic industrial engineering rationale for the priority of process-based over operational improvements for manufacturing. He explains the basic mechanisms of the Toyota production system in a practical and simple way so that you can apply them in your own plant. This book clarifies the fundamental principles of JIT including leveling, standard work procedures, multi-machine handling, and more.


Joomla! For Dummies (ebook)

With its pre-coded modules, open source Joomla! is popular for building interactive Web sites without writing code. This Web site design tool lets you build sites with discussions, polling, RSS feeds, picture submissions, shopping carts, and a lot more, quickly and easily and the quickest, easiest way to learn how to use it is Joomla! For Dummies. Learn to link articles on your site with drop-down menus, invite visitors to rate content, enable a full-site search, let yourguests sign up for e-mail lists, and much more. Joomla! For Dummies helps you to: Acquire the free Joomla! content management system, install it, and customize the home page See how menus control theelements in Joomla! and use menu items to create your page layout Use templates— powerful collections of PHP and CSS—to make your pages do what you want them to Create searches, polls, page menus, newsflashes, and banners usingbuilt-in Joomla! modules Build search engine-friendly sites and see how Joomla! can help boost site traffic Explore additional Joomla! templates and learn what to look for when downloading and installing them Check intoplug-ins, components, and additional modules to see how they differ and what they can do Find modules for ads, archives, banners, searches, syndications, and more Joomla! lets you concentrate on content instead ofstruggling with code. So grab Joomla! For Dummies and start creating!


Tuesday, March 24, 2009


Sach to ye hai jo mujhe jhoot ki aadat hoti

Mujhko tumse na tumhe mujhse shikayat hoti,

Apne maazi k fasanay jo sunata tum ko

Kaise zinda hun ab tak tumhe hairat hoti.

Kuch nahi kehta to kehte hain k maghroor hun main

Aur kuch kehta to kuch aur shikayat hoti,

Khud parasti jo na insan ki fitrat hoti

Saari duniya main mohabbat hi mohabbat hoti,

Tum ne acha kiya mujhko na diya wafa ka badla,

Tum b mujhse jo wafa karte to tijarat hoti..

Nahi dena

Bht tooty huey hain hum

Abhi dastak nahi dena

Hamari aankh hai purnam,

Abhi dastak nahi dena

Mere yaro abhi kuch din mere ahwal mat puchoo!

Abhi dil mein hai us ka gham

Abhi dastak nahi dena

Shab-e-tanhai mein tarapna hai bht mujhko,

Abhi hai dard kuch madham

Abhi dastak nahi dena....!



Kisi Ne Sach kaha Tha Ye
Mohabat Maar Nahi Sakti


Adhora Sach Suna Humne
Mukamal Sach To ye Hai Ke
Mohabat Khud Nahi Merti
Mohabat Maar Deti Hai

Hony Do

Abhi suraj nhi dooba zara si shaam hony do

Me khud he lot jaonga mujhe nakaam hony do

Mujhe badnaam karne k bahany dhondty ho kyon

Me khud hojaonga badnaam pehle naam hony do

Abhi mujhko nhi karna hai aitraaf_e shikast

Me sub tasleem karlon ga ye charcha Aam hony do

Meri hasti nhi anmol phr bhi bik nahi sakta

Wafaain baich lena par zara nelaam hony do

Naye aaghaaz me hi hosla q tor bethy ho

Jeet jaoge tum sub kuch zara anjaam hony do

Chciken Chowmein

Boti Ka Kabab

Aarvi Ka Kabab

Aam ki Chutney

Aaloo ka Kabab

Aaloo ka Halwa

Aaloo Bharay Parathay

101 More Games for Trainers: Another Collection of the Best Activities from Creative Training Techniques Newsletter

Now Bob Pike brings you 101 More Games for Trainers. This is your sourcebook for engaging participants while they are in your classroom. You'll find dozens of games, exercises and activities specifically designed to: bring a weary group back to life; lead an audience through a spirited, comprehensive review session; break the ice and grab participants' attention, and more.


Ethical Leadership, Second Edition

How do you resolve the ethical and moral dilemmas that arise in your life? Can you identify, articulate, and defend the ethical principles that govern and influence your ethical and moral decision-making? What ethical type are you?

The Ethical Type Indicator will enable you to discover the answers. This self-scoring personal assessment instrument measures the extent to which you prefer and use six ethical philosophies when confronted with an ethical dilemma.

The instrument consists of 42 statements reflective of one of six ethical theories. The tool is easy to complete and self-scoring takes only a few minutes.

There are no "right" or "wrong" answers. Respond with personal honesty and candor to:

Discover your primary ethical decision-making preference or ethical type
Assess the degree to which you are influenced by ethical principles
Become empowered to recognize, analyze and resolve future ethical dilemmas

Sample statements:

Do you regard written codes of conduct as helpful in resolving ethical dilemmas?
Do you believe the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few?
Are the thoughts, feelings and beliefs of friends an important consideration?

Also included:

Explanation of how to interpret and use the raw scores
Description of each ethical type
Instructions for using the instrument for further self-exploration and communication with others
A brief presentation of a disciplined process of ethical reasoning


Monday, March 23, 2009


Bhool kar bhi Wafa ke daMan Mein na aana Faraz

Yahan Saanp nahi Insaan Dasa KarTe Hain¤


Girl's father: "Main nahi chahta k meri beti apni puri zindgi 1 gadhe k saath guzare"

Boy: Bus Uncle, isi liye to main use yahan se le jane aya hun.

tu be nahi

Lagzishon ko manta tu be nahi main b nahi,

Dono insan hain khuda tu b nahi main be nahi,

Too mujay aur main tujay ilzam daitay hain, magar,

Apnay andar jhankta tu b nahi main be nahi,

Maslehat nay kar dia dono main paida ikhtlaaf,

warna fitrat ka bura tu b nahi main be nahi,

Mukhtalif simto main dono ka safar jari raha,

ik lamhay ko roka tu b nai main b nai,

Chahty dono bohat aik dosray ko hain mgar,

Ye haqiqat

manta tu bhi nahi

main b nahi.

April fool

I m ur girlfrnd:







Thek kaha na?

In short I m ur S.I.S.T.E.R. :p

Happy april fools day


Na Umang Dil main rahi koi,

Na Zehan main koi Sawaal hai,

Ye jo Gardishen hain Hayaat par,

Meri Khuwahishon ka Kamaal hai,

Main ne kab kaha main Haseen hoon,

Ya Mohabbaton ka Ameen hoon,

Meri Guftugu mera Aaina,

Mera Zoq meri Misaal hai..!

Creating Content Management Systems in Java

In today's fast-paced, information-packed world, it's critical for businesses to organize and manipulate the data gathered from customers, sales, and product responses, etc. into usable information. Content Management Systems (CMS) can do this for your business easily and efficiently. There are several commercial systems available, but customizing one for your specific needs is usually necessary based on your data. Creating Content Management Systems in Java teaches you how to develop an open source CMS from scratch using XML as the storage mechanism, XSLT as the presentation layer, and Java and JSPs & Servlets to realize the multi-tiered architecture. The book also covers data modeling in XML and the use of XSLT as a presentation vehicle for custom XML formats. Creating Content Management Systems in Java is written for Web and software developers (specifically Java developers) who wish to learn more about the field of content management. The book provides a practical, applied perspective with complete demonstrations using code to show you how a solution or feature can be implemented. Throughout the book you will work through the development of a complete, open source, working CMS example, beginning with the conceptual ideas of content management. From there you'll dive into the exploration of practical design solutions, and then move into the final implementations in each tier of the software that becomes the CMS. To benefit the most from this book, you should already know the Java programming language and have a basic understanding of the Web. You do not need to know XML, XSLT, CSS, or XHTML because these topics are covered thoroughly, although a basic understanding will be helpful. So, if you need to learn more about CMS development, this is the book for you.


ISO 9001: 2000 for Software and Systems Providers: An Engineering Approach

Executives, engineering managers, project managers, engineers, and process improvement experts within engineering organizations need a resource that systematically translates the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 into a usable specification for engineers. Understanding ISO 9001:2000 from an engineer's perspective ensures that software, hardware, and systems engineering organizations will continue to develop, maintain and evolve their engineering practices long after the consultants are gone. ISO 9001:2000 for Software and Systems Providers: An Engineering Approach provides proven strategies for using ISO 9001 to implement and revitalize systematic process improvements within software, hardware, and systems engineering organizations.Written by engineers for engineers, the authors incorporate more than a decade of experience implementing ISO 9001 in engineering organizations of all types. They present a well-defined roadmap that any engineering organization can follow to secure the maximum benefits from the standard. Their roadmap has proven effective in small and large organizations, from Silicon-Valley-based startups to established defense contractors.This volume dissects and analyzes each paragraph of ISO 9001 from an engineering perspective, clarifying the relationship to engineering practices and the potential benefits to the organization. This volume also stresses the relationships among the paragraphs, which can have a critical impact on the efficiency of the ISO implementation.


Programming Microsoft Infopath: A Developer's Guide

Create Applications that Gather, Process, and Analyze Information with InfoPath! InfoPath is one of the fastest growing products within the Microsoft Office System. It is a forms-based solution that streamlines the process of gathering, sharing, and using information by enabling teams and organizations to create, share, and work with dynamic forms. Programming Microsoft InfoPath: A Developer's Guide, Second Edition is a completely updated edition of the best-selling book that covers the new features and options of InfoPath with Service Pack 1, that center on east of use for end users and extensibility for developers. The book takes a practical and code-oriented approach to provide the essential skill set needed to develop and implement applications with InfoPath. Updated examples that clearly demonstrate the use of InfoPath with the Service Pack 1 extensions are also included. Programming Microsoft InfoPath: A Developer's Guide, Second Edition is an ideal reference for developers creating distributed applications using InfoPath with Service Pack 1.


Web 2.0 Security - Defending AJAX, RIA, AND SOA

Service-Oriented Architecure (SOA), Rich Internet Applications (RIA), and Asynchronous Java and eXtended Markup Language (Ajax) comprise the backbone behind now-widespread Web 2.0 applications, such as MySpace, Google Maps, Flickr, and Although these robust tools make next-generation Web applications possible, they also add new security concerns to the fi eld of Web application security. Yamanner-, Sammy-, and Spaceflash-type worms are exploiting client-side Ajax frameworks, providing new avenues of attack, and compromising confidential information. Portals such as Google, Netflix, Yahoo, and MySpace have witnessed new vulnerabilities recently, and these vulnerabilities can be leveraged by attackers to perform phishing, cross-site scripting (XSS), and cross-site request forgery (CSRF) exploitation. Web 2.0 Security: Defending Ajax, RIA, and SOA covers the new field of Web 2.0 security. Written for security professionals and developers, the book explores Web 2.0 hacking methods and helps enhance next-generation security controls for better application security. Readers will gain knowledge in advanced footprinting and discovery techniques; Web 2.0 scanning and vulnerability detection methods; Ajax and Flash hacking methods; SOAP, REST, and XML-RPC hacking; RSS/Atom feed attacks; fuzzing and code review methodologies and tools; and tool building with Python, Ruby, and .NET. Whether you’re a computer security professional, a developer, or an administrator, Web 2.0 Security: Defending Ajax, RIA, and SOA is the only book you will need to prevent new Web 2.0 security threats from harming your network and compromising your data.


Sunday, March 22, 2009

Organizing Your Work Space: A Guide To Personal Productivity (Crisp Fifty-Minute Series)

Readers will learn Odette's latest tips on how to control paperwork, organize files, and keep the work area humming plus a few hints on keeping your electronic house in order.


Friendship is not how long we have being together,
Not how much we have given or received,
Not how many times we have helped each other,
Its how we value each other.


Dosti k phool har mousam main khilte hain,
Dosti k badal har mousam main baraste hain,
Hum sms bhejain ya na bhejain,
Par yaad hum aap ko har roz karte hain.


Dear customer aapki dosti ki validity khatam ho rahi hai,
Baraye meharbani foran ek pyara sa sms kar k recharge karain.
From: Friendship care center.


Hamari dosti ka kitna fayda uthhate ho,
1msg bhej ke10 free pate ho,
Hamare dil par kyon zulm dhate ho,
Hamare msg fwd kar K naye naye dost banate ho

Alan L. Carsrud, Malin E. Brannback "Entrepreneurship (Greenwood Guides to Business and Economics)"

Nearly everyone recognizes iconic companies like Microsoft, Dell, and Ford. But what do we really know about the entrepreneurs (Bill Gates, Michael Dell, and Henry Ford, respectively) who founded these firms or the factors that influenced the birth and development of these corporate giants? How do entrepreneurs identify opportunity and how do they address the personal, social, and financial risks associated with designing, launching, and sustaining a new venture? There are many steps between having an idea and going public--this book explores the entrepreneurial process through all of its stages, a process in which some half a billion people are engaged worldwide every year. Illustrated through numerous real-life examples, the book is a map of the entrepreneurial journey, exploring the wide variety of opportunities open to the entrepreneur and how to build upon them, including an overview of such essential principles as screening, market research, product development, financing, and marketing and sales strategies. It also covers legal issues, intellectual property protection, motivating employees, managing boards and investors, use of technology, and the international environment. Featuring examples of business plans and presentations, exercises and checklists, and a glossary of key terms, this volume provides a solid introduction to the process of business creation that will appeal to students and educators, general readers, and budding entrepreneurs.


Bombay Biryani

Afghani Chicken Plauo

Green,Pink and Green

Can u make a sentence using green, pink & yellow?

O yah yah ji y not.

My phone rings... GREEN GREEN,I PINK it up and say YELLOW.;-);-)

You've GOT to Read This Book! LP: 55 People Tell the Story of the Book That Changed Their Life

From Publishers Weekly

Canfield, the brains behind the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Hendricks (Conscious Living) stay in the inspirational mode with this collection of dozens of entertainers, sports personalities, businesspeople, writers, environmentalists and activists telling up-by-their-bootstraps stories involving books. Some, like Dave Barry (inspired by humorist Robert Benchley) and Lou Holtz (David Schwartz's The Magic of Thinking Big) are well known. Other are recognizable for the products they've created: Craigslist founder Craig Newmark praises The Cluetrain Manifesto, which mirrored his own early belief in the power of the Internet. Among the more memorable contributions is that of 21-year-old Farrah Gray, who spent his early childhood on public assistance, read Deepak Chopra's The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success at age 11 and made his first million at 14. Two contributors—motivational speaker Lisa Nichols and eBay COO Maynard Webb—cite Stephen Covey's best-selling The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Covey himself was uplifted by heady reading—Holocaust survivor Victor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning and E.F. Schumacher's A Guide for the Perplexed—both books, he says, affecting everything from his parenting to his teaching. It's a mixed bag, more uplifting than literary, but readers may find the book that turns them on the way these contributors were. (Sept.).


Saturday, March 21, 2009


Santa:Judg saab,mujhe TALAAQ chahiye,meri biwi ne 1saal se mujhse baat nahi ki
Judge:1bar phir sochle beta,aisi biwi nasib walon ko milti hE...


Sardar Was Sleeping In His

Bed Room With His Wife

Why Are You Scrolling Down

So Fast.

Let Him Sleep With His Wife.


Aik Admi Apnee Biwi K Hr Kam Me Nuks Nikalta Tha

Agar Wo Anda Boil Ker Dati Tu Kehta K Fry Kerna Tha

Agar Fry Krti To Kehta K Boil
Kerna Tha

Aik Din Biwi Ne Dono Bana Liye

Pehle Tu Wo Dono Andoon Ko Ghour Say Dekhta Raha
Phir Kehnay Laga ..

"Tumhay Akal Kaab Aiy Gee .. Jis Anday Ko Fry Kerna Tha Us Ko Boil Ker Dia Aur Jis Ko
Boil Kerna Tha Us Ko Fry.. "


peshawar NADRA men pathano ke naam

Rishwat khan

Zillat khan

Mutafiq khan

Ajeeb khan

Hairat khan

Makan khan

Ma'loom khan

Pathjhar khan

Zameen khan

Akhrot khan


Taqseem-E-Mohabbat Mein Kuch Gham Hee Mile
Phir B Shikayat Hai K Dukh Kam Hee Mile
Ae Zindagi Ek Baat Bata Zara Humy
Kia Dil Dukhane K Liye Tujhe Ham Hee Mile


1 Hawa Ka Jhonka Ho Tm

Mra Sb Se Acha Tohfa HoTm

Aasman Ka Chamakta Tara HoTm

Mre Jeny Ka Sahara HoTm

Dunya Ki Kemti Kitab HoTm

Mre Liy 1 Gulab HoTm


Jisko maine de di apni ye zindagi,
Woh shakhs hi mera qaatil nikla

Wafaparasti main na koi kami ki,
In wafaon se na kuch haasil nikla

Ishq, mohabbat, qasme waade,
In lafzon ka asar uspe baatil nikla

Hum to toofan se darte rahe lekin,
Jisne duboya mujhe, wo saahil nikla !!

Mohabbat Ka

Bharam Rakh Lo Mohabbat Ka

Wafa Ki Shaan Ban Jao

Kisi Pe Jaan De Do

Ya Kisi Ki Jaan Ban jao

Tumhare Naam Se Pukarenge

Mjh Ko Jahan Wale

Main ban Jaon Fasana

Tum Unwan Ban Jao

Joke Of the Day

Little Susie comes home from school and tells her mum that the boys were asking her to do cart wheels and said she was very good.

Mum said: "Don't do them. The boys only want to see your knickers!"

Susie said: "I know which is why i put them in my bag!"

Brain Training Puzzles

This book contains a large range of games designed to get your brain and mind working hard ! Including Sudoku, Sudoku X, extra region Sudoku, Smileydoku, Kakuro, number tower, crosswords, wordsearch, ABC logic puzzles, letter fit, word ladder, word pyramid and wordwheel, a great 100 puzzle collection !
Place the numbers 1 - 9 exactly once in each row, column and 3x3 box.
Sudoku X / Extra Region Sudoku / SmileyDoku
As sudoku, but the grey regions in each puzzle also must contain 1 - 9 once.
There are two such regions in sudoku X, 3 in SmileyDoku and 4 in Extra Region.
Killer Sudoku
As sudoku, but in addition the sum of the dotted box regions add up to the total
at the start of the box; no number may be repeated within a dotted box region.
Enter the numbers 1 - 9 so as the sum of each run of cells is that stated at the
start of that run, whether it be horizontal or vertical. No number may be repeated
within a run.
Word Pyramid
Answer the clues and complete the puzzle. Each row on the pyramid is actually
an anagram of the word above, with one additional letter added each time.
Word Ladder
Move from the start word to the end word with the aid of the clues, changing one
letter a ta time.
Word Wheel
Make as many words of 3 or more letters as you can, with no plurals and using
the centre letter in each word. At least one word uses all nine letters.
Number Tower
Complete the number tower, such that each box contains a number that is the
sum of the two boxes directly beneath it.
ABC Logic Puzzle
Place the letters A, B, C and two spaces exactly once in each row/column, so
that the first/last letter in each region is that stated at the start/end of that row/
column where this is indicated.
Letter Fit
Place the words beneath the grid into the puzzle; each word only fits in one


Product Description
Consisting of 1,000 you-must-have-these, job-winning tips, The 1000 Best Resume Secrets covers the how-to of resume writing, what resumes must contain and the ways to make yours stand out among legions of others. Whether you are hunting for your first job, seeking a better position or planning to rejoin the workforce after raising kids or a mini-retirement, The 1000 Best Resume Secrets can get you the job you want. In twenty-seven chapters, subjects covered include:

• Creating an irresistible resume
• Soccer mom resumes
• Writing an effective resume for flexible work styles
• Knowing the pet peeves of hiring managers and head hunters
• Getting your resume into the right hands
• Knowing the pros and cons of e-resumes and creating your own
• Knowing what employers consider resume turn-ons and turn-offs

In addition, the book is filled with numerous sample resumes for every situation you might encounter, plus tips on writing a great cover letter and how to get noticed in today’s electronic world. The 1000 Best Resume Secrets will lead you past the landmines and straight to the target—the job you really think would make you happy.


Us ki Khwaish

Us ki khwaish hai k aangan main utarey suraj

Bhul betha hai ke khud maum ka ghar rakhta hai ...

E-Business Essentials

This handbook begins by comparing e-business with e-commerce. It provides guidance and advice on creating or turning your business into an e-business with chapters on resources, keeping your customers, selling online and improving your business.


Main tujh ko

Main Tujh Ko Chah Ker Kese Kisi Ki Chah Karun

Tujhe Nibah K Kyun Kr Koi Nibah Karun

Tu Zindagi Hi Nahi Meri Bandagi Bhi Hai

Kisi Aur Ko Soch K Kese Koi Gunah Karun

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Top 10 New Manager Mistakes

Top 10 New Manager Mistakes

Managing can be a little difficult at first. A recent poll found that more than 50% of managers received NO training before starting the job. Here is a list of the most common mistakes new managers make so you can avoid making them too.

1. Think you know everything.

If you were just promoted to Production Manager, you may feel you know everything about production. Even if that were true, and it isn't, you sure don't know everything about the most important part of your new job, managing people. Listen to the people around you. Ask for their input when appropriate. Keep an open mind.

2. Show everyone who's in charge.

Trust me, everyone in your group knows who the new manager is. You don't have to make a big show about being "the boss". You do, however, have to demonstrate that, as the boss, you are making a positive difference.

3. Change everything.

Don't re-invent the wheel. Just because the way something is done isn't the way you would do it, it isn't necessarily wrong. Learn the difference between "different" and "wrong".

4. Be afraid to do anything.

Maybe you didn't ask for the promotion. Maybe you are not sure you can do the job. Don't let that keep you from doing the job the best you can. Upper management wouldn't have put you into the job if they didn't have confidence that you could handle it.

5. Don't take time to get to know your people.

Maybe you worked alongside these people for years. That doesn't mean you know them. Learn what makes them excited, how to motivate them, what they fear or worry about. Get to know them as individuals, because that's the only way you can effectively manage them. Your people are what will make or break you in your quest to be a good manager. Give them your attention and time.

6. Don't waste time with your boss.

Since he/she just promoted you, surely he/she understands how busy you are and won't need any of your time, right? Wrong. Your job, just like it was before you became a manager, is to help your boss. Make sure to budget time to meet with him/her to both give information and to receive guidance and training.

7. Don't worry about problems or problem employees.

You can no longer avoid problems or hope they will work themselves out. When something comes up, it is your job to figure out the best solution and get it done. That doesn't mean you can't ask for other's input or assistance, but it does mean you are the person who has to see it gets taken care of.

8. Don't let yourself be human.

Just because you are the boss doesn't mean you can't be human, that you can't laugh, or show emotion, or make an occassional mistake.

9. Don't protect your people.

The people in your group will be under pressure from every direction. Other departments may want to blame you for failed interfaces. Your boss may want to dump all the unpleasant jobs on your department. HR may decide the job classifications in your area are overpaid. It's your job to stand up for your people and make sure they are treated as fairly as possible. They will return the loyalty.

10. Avoid responsibility for anything.

Like it or not, as the manager you are responsible for everything that happens in your group, whether you did it, or knew about it, or not. Anything anyone in your group does, or doesn't do, reflects on you. You have to build the communications so there are no surprises, but also be prepared to shoulder the responsibility. It goes hand-in-hand with the authority.


What is a friend?
She looks out 4 u,
Inspires u,
Laughs with u,
Cries with u,
Understands u,
Guides u and walks with u.
That's what a friend is... U.


How long shall v b friends?
Do u want a clue?
As long as stars twinkle in the sky,
Till the water runs dry
& till the day I die.
We will b friends.


At a recent computer expo (COMDEX), Bill Gates

At a recent computer expo (COMDEX), Bill Gates reportedly compared the computer industry with the auto industry and stated:

"If GM had kept up with technology like the computer industry has, we would all be driving twenty-five dollar cars that got 1,000 miles to the gallon."

In response to Bill's comments, General Motors issued a press release stating (by Mr. Welch himself):

"If GM had developed technology like Microsoft, we would all be driving cars with the following characteristics:

1) For no reason whatsoever your car would crash twice a day.
2) Every time they painted new lines on the road you would have to buy a new car.
3) Occasionally your car would die on the freeway for no reason, and you would just accept this, restart and drive on.
4) Occasionally, executing a manoeuvre such as a left turn, would cause your car to shut down and refuse to restart, in which case you would have to reinstall the engine.
5) Only one person at a time could use the car, unless you bought "Car95" or "CarNT". But then you would have to buy more seats.
6) Macintosh would make a car that was powered by the sun, reliable, five times as fast, and twice as easy to drive, but would only run on five percent of the roads.
7) The oil, water temperature and alternator warning lights would be replaced by a single "general car default" warning light.
8) New seats would force everyone to have the same size butt.
9) The airbag system would say "Are you sure?" before going off.
10) Occasionally for no reason whatsoever, your car would lock you out and refuse to let you in until you simultaneously lifted the door handle, turned the key, and grab hold of the radio antenna.
11) GM would also require all car buyers to also purchase a deluxe set of Rand McNally road maps (now a GM subsidiary), even though they neither need them nor want them. Attempting to delete this option would immediately cause the car's performance to diminish by 50% or more. Moreover, GM would become a target for investigation by the Justice Department.
12) Every time GM introduced a new model car buyers would have to learn how to drive all over again because none of the controls would operate in the same manner as the old car.
13) You'd press the "start" button to shut off the engine.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Golden Word

Love your job but don't love your Company because you may not know when your company stops loving you. Dr. ABDUL KALAM

What is the Secret of SUCCESS... ? "RIGHT DECISIONS"
How do you make Right Decisions... ? "EXPERIENCE"
How do you get Experience.. . ? "WRONG DECISIONS Dr. ABDUL KALAM

Without your involvement you can't succeed. With your involvement you can't fail.

You are not responsible for what people think about you. But you are responsible for what you give them to think about you. STANLEY FERRARD

A man is lucky if he is the first love of a Woman. A woman is lucky if she is the last love of a man.

Write your Sad times in Sand, Write your Good times in Stone. GEORGE BERNARD SHAW

Behind every successful man, there is an untold pain in his heart. BILL JACOBS

It's better to lose your Ego to the one you Love, than to lose the one you LOVE because of EGO.

Don't make promise when you are in JOY . Don't reply when you are SAD. Don't take decisions when you are ANGRY. Think twice, Act wise.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


Sheikh 1Girl k sath chips kha rha tha

Girl:ne pyar se ankho me ankhain dal k pocha kuch feel kr rhe ho?

Sheikh:Han tm mujh se ziada chips kha rhi ho













Kal B SMS zinda tha,

Aaj B SMS zinda hy,

Tum kitne SMS delete karo gey,

Her mobil se SMS nikle ga.

Naare Missbell

Jeay Sms


_/ /_


1st Frnd:BV Se Larai Khatm Hoi?

2nd Frnd:Guthne Taik K Mere Pas i Thi.

1st:Usne Guthne Taik K Kia Kaha?

2nd:Yehi K Charpai K Niche Se Nikal Aao Kuch Nai Kahongi


Patient to Doc: Aapne nurse bahut achhi rakhi hai, uska haath lagte hi main theek ho gaya.
Doctor: Jaanta hu, thappar ki awaaz mujhe bhi sunai di thi.:


Sardar bete se: Beta shadi k din susral wale bike dy to car mang lena,computr dy to laptop mang lna,dukan dy to ghr mang lena

Beta:larki den to uski mamanglon.


Pathan cycle k break haath mein ley kar naach raha tha.
ek aadmi ney poochha ye kya kar rahey ho? Pathan : oye Khoocha ! Break Dance....


Pathan:Station jaane k kitne logay?
Ricksha wala:50
Pathan:20 le lo
Ricksha wala:20 mein kon le k jayga?

Pathan:Tum peeche betho hum le k jayga.


Kitni dair se meri Ankhein Num hain ~Faraz~..

Koi to Kameena hai Jo Kaat raha hai Pyaaz!


Itny saary log Football ko laat kyun maar rahy hain ?

Gol karne k liye,

Gol hi to hai or kitna gol karen gay


Niche ap k lye DOSTI ka gift hai

| | | |

Danda hai

Apne sar par maar lo.

Msg karty nahi


Gift chahiye.


"Ab kaghzo k dher main kia dondte ho faraz.

Wo jis main teri tasweer

thi us main koi pakorre le gaya"..


Husband:- Malang Baba meri Biwi bahut pareshan karti hay us ka koi hull batao.

Malang:- Beta Agar Bivi ka koi Hul hota to main malang kyun banta.


Tum Teesri Bar Adalat Mei ARahe Ho tumhe Shram Nahi Ati?


Tum Roz Atay Ho,TumKo Ati Hy Kia..?:-


Sardar chinese sy: Tum american ho?

Chinese: Nai may chinese ho

Sardar: Nai tum american ho

Chinese guse say: Ha ha may american ho

Sardar: lagty to chinese ho.


Ek Pathan dokandar se: Ek surf dena" Dokandar: Ye note jahli hai, is mein Quaid-e-Azam ki topi hi nai hai"

Pathan: Topi dohne ke liye tu surf maang raha ho:@@


Ek Pathan dokandar se: Ek surf dena" Dokandar: Ye note jahli hai, is mein Quaid-e-Azam ki topi hi nai hai"

Pathan: Topi dohne ke liye tu surf maang raha ho:@@


Kal raat kutta bhonk rha tha"FARAZ"









Haan bilkul aise hee


Eik Sardar Pilot Se Head Phone Cheen Raha tha..

Pilot: Yeh Kia Karahey Ho bewakoof.?

Sardar: Ticket Hum Dein Aur Ganay Tum Sunu.


Teacher: "salma sub larkon se baat krti hai"

btao is sentence mai salma kya hai.??

Pathan Students:

sir salma BEGHERAT hey.....


Mareez !
Mujhe bhol jane ki bemari hai.

Doctor ! Ap ko ye bemari kab se hai? ?

Mareez ! Konsi bemari......?


Docter : Sardar jee Aap k gurday fail hogaye hain !

Sardar :Ha Ha Ha
What a joke..

"Mere gurday to kabhi school gaye hi nahin.


Ek Din...
Ek pathan ki apne Baap se larrai ho gaei...

Usne baap ki photo Qabrustan me ek Darakht pr laga di
Uske neeche likh dia..

'CominG SooN


Aik sardar toilet main gaya. Toilet main likha tha pani ziada istamal karen.

Sardar 3 loty pani pee gia.


Shaitan apne chelo se: Saam tumari duty aj se America mai hai

JULIE tum UK jao gi

PETER tum India chale jao

Sam: Sir Pakistan kis ko bhijwaya ha

Shetan:Wahan Kisi ki zurorat nai

M satisfied with ASIF ALI ZARDARI'S perf0rmance..:-


Main to aik hi baar shiri rehman ko dekh k muskurya tha Nawaz

Zardari kuch aur hi samjh k mujhy Na-Ahal kar gaya. ;-)


"AQAL"kya hoti he?

Asman ne kaha
Boht Buland hoti he

Zameen ne kaha
Boht wasi hoti he

Sagar ne kaha
Boht Gehri hoti he

ap ne kaha

Ye kya hoti he?


Apni Zindagi Se Kuch Pal De Do Mujhe,

Aj Na Sahi Apna Kal De Do Mujhe,

Khushi Do Ya Na Do Marzi Tumhari

Apni Kisi Achi si Dost Ka Number De Do Mujhe.


Faraz Arz karte hain:

K Ruthi hai aise Wo Hum se jaise Hum such mein Usey mana lenge,





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