Hi fren...
I must tell u, it was really gud one.. Specially last lines..
"Remember that what's right isn't always popular... and what's popular
isn't always right."
Il start thinking on that..
Thanku so much..
warm regards..
Rashmi..

From India, Hyderabad
Good story and exercise. Stimulate lot of thinking. EAsy example for decision process. Ram K Navaratna HR Resonance
From India, Bangalore
Hi,
This is very relevant to oour day to day deceision making and I will hence for be more analytical before making decision.
But decision should be quick as many times delayed decisions are almost useless.
DM

From India, Raipur
One thing is good "we may not realize that hasty decisions may not always be
the r! ight one. Remember that what's right isn't always popular... and what's popular isn't always right."

From India, Indore
Hi, Dear Sharma i m a student of BBA(Hons). Would u plz like 2 mail me something abt "PRODUCT LINE", "PRODUCT MIX", and "PRODUCT DIVERSIFICATION". Plz sir its very important for coz day after 2moro i m going to present these topics in class.
THANKS
Saifullah
BBA 4th Semester
Peshawar Business School
Peshawar, Pakistan.
Email:

From Pakistan
Request
Hi, Dear Friends i m a student of BBA (Hons). Would some1 plz like 2 mail me a general idea with examples about "PRODUCT LINE", "PRODUCT MIX", and "PRODUCT DIVERSIFICATION". Plz friends its very important for me bcoz the day after 2moro i m going to present these topics in class.
THANKS
Saifullah
BBA 4th Semester
Peshawar Business School
Peshawar, Pakistan.
Email:

From Pakistan
prashant,
if there were a thirdf alternative like stopping the train in a complete different manner i wuld rsort to it as none of the lives wuld have gone waste but only if there were two alternatives i wuld spare none casuse either way both the children were wrong as there is plyaground to play and not the tracks used or unused.

From India, Nagpur
Hey Prashant, This was a really touching story. You are right. Actually people make such hasty decision n the common people have to suffer for it. Regards, Natasha
From India, Mumbai
Hi Prasant,
Really good story!!! Put ones decision making skill on test. Moral of the story is illuminating. If it influence few great minds will make gr8 difference. Keep sharing.Thanx.
Regards
Priyanka


Dear Sir,
As in English Literature series shakespere 'HAMLET' - as the saying says 'to be or not to be' in decision making involves psychological theories to make better assumption. The person involved in making decision carrying with him list o psychological sickness as well psychological mental care within himself.

In my opinion I think of little harm done, THE BEST PRIORITY, I consider is that let the train passed on the right track, even though it may harm few kids while saving the train and its passengers. My intuitive mind tells me that while the train nearing the kids, at least some kids are aware of the approaching train while the other kids may heed the warning of sound of the train.

My hunch is that, MOST PROBABLY, these local kids for decades have lived and played there with knowledge of passing train. So why so much worry about them.

Moreover, what if the accidents really happen and that all the communities involved will then be aware of their adament parents and kids to accept the fate and learn their bitter lessons for decades. And that local authorities should be well aware of that matter.

From Malaysia, George Town

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