Industrialist Anand Mahindra is quite a popular name on social media for sharing some thought-provoking as well as funny videos with his followers. On Thursday, he took to Twitter and shared a video of a Tiger chasing a duck in a water pond. Well, the video is quite more than what it looks like.
Watch the video:
This explains—better than any management lecture—the advantages in business of being small, nimble and quick-witted. That’s why large companies need to carve out startup teams & startup cultures within themselves in order to pursue new opportunities. pic.twitter.com/x7VfWO9XZ7
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) June 30, 2021
Through this video, Anand Mahindra also explained an important business lesson that large companies need to carve out a startup culture within the organization so that they can pursue new opportunities.
Sharing the video, Anand Mahindra also added a note that read,
“This explains—better than any management lecture—the advantages in the business of being small, nimble and quick-witted. That’s why large companies need to carve out startup teams and startup cultures within themselves in order to pursue new opportunities.”
The video has been shot from above a water pond, shows a Tiger going around in circles in the pond, in an attempt to catch the duck. But the duck takes an advantage of its size and manages to evade the Tiger’s attempts by disappearing under the water.
The clip, originally shared by the Twitter page Overtime, has recorded over 4.1 million views so far.
Here’s how the netizens are reacting to the valuable lesson shared by Anand Mahindra:
Excellent point! Sorry to digress, but would love to know what happened in the end, it’s like you have left the climax out 😂
— Nitin Bhate (@BhateNitin) July 1, 2021
Great motivation to start the day!! The other learning is to manage and survive during the difficult times, and be on the lookout for an opportunity
— Shrikrishna (@SKP20008) July 1, 2021
The duck has a distinct advantage in the water, I don't think it'll be nimble and quick on land. Hence explains why the environment we work in matters and how we use it to our advantage matters even more
— vignesh (@vickyshekar) July 1, 2021
Your eye to detail approach is another level sir.
— Nikitaa Mehendiraatta (@Nikitaapoetry) June 30, 2021
Excellent analogy. Hope the concept is understood and adhered to……
— Col Sanjay Pande (@pandesanjay11) July 1, 2021
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