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MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan


Founder of Merrill Lynch Technology

Dear Group Members,

I hope all is well. As we approach the end of another calendar year and the start of a new one, I wish you a very happy, healthy, prosperous, and blessed holiday season and new year.

This has been a great year for Merrill Lynch Technology Community. During this year, we have had the chance to connect with over 1,239 Merrill Lynch members, and many of you have been sharing insights, making this community more valuable. Every year we are getting bigger and more effective. I am extremely grateful for your participation. During the holiday season, let’s join hands and do two things:

– Share the Merrill Lynch Technology Community with 10 Merrill Lynch executives from your network.
– Allocate some time to be a part of CXO series interviews and share insights relevant to your industry for the readers.
You can send me requests directly.

Thank you very much for your continued support, trust and association.

Top News and Articles

3 Tech Strategies You Can Use to Earn and Save More Money

Source: nytimes.com, written by: Jonathan Long

3 Feminists on How to Be Responsible With Money

Source: forbes.com, written by: Stephanie Newman

A SIMPLE Kind of Plan

Source: financialducksinarow.com, written by: jblankenship

Better Healthcare Dividend Stock: Abbott Labs or AbbVie?

Source: suredividend.com, written by: Bob Ciura

How Does Something Like Bitcoin Happen?

Source: awealthofcommonsense.com, written by: Ben Carlson

CXO Series

The CCIO interview: Sam Barclay, Whittington Health

Source: www.digitalhealth.net


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MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan


Founder of Merrill Lynch Technology

Dear Group Members,

I hope you all are well. Satisfied employees are one of the most important assets of any organization. Companies can overcome any challenge with a motivated and committed workforce. Organizations are often tasked with finding the balance between a “task-oriented approach” and a “people-oriented approach.”

The task-oriented approach often results in favorable outcomes, and frequently plays an important part in meeting deadlines. That said, quality and creativity is only possible with a people-oriented approach. A productive workforce is great for business, but a motivated workforce is essential for the ultimate survival of any organization. Striking the balance between both approaches is truly an art, but a worthwhile endeavor as it ensures both employee and employer success.

I encourage you all to share the challenges you’ve faced regarding these approaches in your organizations. I guarantee you’ll find valuable insights from members of this community.

Thank you very much for your continued support and trust, and for making this community a powerful platform for Merrill Lynch executives.

Sincerely,
Sajid Khan, Your Business Partner

Top News and Articles

U.S Will Withdraw From Unesco, Citing Its ‘Anti-Israel Bias’

Source: nytimes.com, written by: Gardiner Harris and Steven Erlanger

The Best Companies Bet On Growth, Here's How to Find Them

Source: forbes.com, written by: Peter Cohan

Substantial Earnings With Regard to WEP

Source: financialducksinarow.com, written by: jblankenship

Dividend Aristocrats in Focus

Source: suredividend.com, written by: Bob Ciura

The Next Bear Market

Source: awealthofcommonsense.com, written by: Ben Carlson


Collaborate | Reinvent | Grow

MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan


Founder of Merrill Lynch Technology

Dear Group Members,

I hope you all are well. Excellence require consistency and an on-going improvement process. Organizations need to balance out mistakes through continuous improvements and the defined culture of learning at every step to maintain the path of success. To set up such culture is not only a slow steady process but requires contribution and input from all levels of organization top to bottom.

Many members of Merrill Lynch Technology Community have shared some useful pieces of information last month related to operation effectiveness. In addition to all those steps, I would like to add this important aspect of having culture of total quality management at all levels of organization. This increases accountability and in return, not only simplify the processes but also improves them substantially.

I’ll encourage you all, who are in midst of setting total quality culture, to share the challenges in the discussion section. You will find easy solutions and valuable insights from members of this community.
Thank you very much for your continued support and trust for making this community a powerful platform for Merrill Lynch professionals.

Sincerely,

Sajid Khan, Your Business Partner

Top News and Articles

Ford Chief Outlines Investment Shift Away From Passenger Cars

Source: nytimes.com, written by: NEAL E. BOUDETTE

Largest U.S. Banks Captured Over 36% of Global Equity Capital Market in Q3

Source: forbes.com, written by: Trefis Team

5 No-No’s for IRA Investing

Source: financialducksinarow.com, written by: jblankenship

Should You Invest in Dividend Stocks or Pay Down Debt?

Source: suredividend.com, written by: Jacob

Predicting the Next Recession

Source: awealthofcommonsense.com, written by: Ben Carlson


Collaborate | Reinvent | Grow

MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan


Founder of Merrill Lynch Technology

Dear Group Members,

I hope you all are well. As you know, decision making is a necessary part of modern management. Basically, Rational or trustworthy decision making is taken as primary function of management. Each director/manager takes several decisions subconsciously or consciously making it as the key component in the role of a manager. Decisions assume critical parts as they decide both authoritative and administrative exercises. A decision can be defined as a course of action purposely chosen from a set of alternatives to achieve organizational or managerial objectives or goals. Decision making process is constant and essential segment of dealing with any association or business exercises. Decisions are made to support the activities of all business and authoritative functioning.

I would be happy to chat with the members of our Community to review their capabilities of decision making and implementing those decisions respectively and provide my feedback.

Thank you very much for your continued support and trust for making this community a powerful platform for Merrill Lynch professionals.

 

Sincerely,

Sajid Khan, Your Business Partner

Top News and Articles

Lender to Foreign Students Raises $40 Million in Financing

Source: nytimes.com, written by: MICHAEL J. de la MERCED

Bankers Are About To Get A Capacity Boost Thanks To Automation, So What's Next?

Source: forbes.com, written by: Keri Gohman

Taxpayer Bill of Rights – Do You Know Your

Source: financialducksinarow.com, written by: jblankenship

The Top 5 Food and Beverage Dividend Stocks Today

Source: suredividend.com, written by: Bob Ciura

When to Sell Your Investments

Source: awealthofcommonsense.com, written by: Ben Carlson


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MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan


Founder of Merrill Lynch Technology

Dear Group Members,

I hope you all are well. As you know, the role of Social Media has become an essential factor in designing a successful business strategy of a company. The growing number of people on social networks, especially with the revolution of mobile apps, has shaped opportunities for companies to explore innovative ways of creating brand awareness as well as revenue generation, resulting in the increased overall profitability. Many of our consultants have been helping clients to formulate their social network strategies and implementation plans.

I would be happy to chat with the members of our Community to review their social network strategies and implementation plans and provide my feedback.

Thank you very much for your continued support and trust for making this community a powerful platform for Merril Lynch Professionals.

 

Sincerely,

Sajid Khan, Your Business Partner

Top News and Articles

Now, Your Financial Advisers Will Have to Put You First (Sometimes)

Source: nytimes.com, written by: TARA SIEGEL BERNARD

Looking Past Equity Investments

Source: forbes.com, written by: Ross Baird and Bryce Butler

Interaction of Survivor Benefits with Your Own Benefits

Source: financialducksinarow.com, written by: jblankenship

PennantPark Floating Rate Capital: 8% Dividend Yield And Monthly Payouts, But Coverage Needs To Improve

Source: suredividend.com, written by: Bob Ciura

Prepare Now For The End of The Bull Market

Source: awealthofcommonsense.com, written by: Ben Carlson