Friday, October 23, 2009



At a discussion, here is a classic analogy for cutting costs across multiple iterations. Lets say you clean your house with broom and accumulate ‘X’ amount of waste; Sweep it second time and accumulated waste will not even be fourth or fifth of the original amount ‘X’; third/fourth time it will reach microscopic levels. Same is the case with cost cuttings, initially there will be huge savings but marginal subsequently.


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