Group Discussion Tips

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Group Discussion Tips

  • Always be the initiator and concluder of the GD then being a participant.
  • But if you are participant always try to be the most viral/key participant.
  • Put points firmly and always try to get others support too.
  • If you find that the discussion os going off-track then never loose an opportunity to bring it back to stream this is the best point to score max.
  • Try to keep latest information on the topic.
  • Be very polite , people may try to provoke you to to get more points but try to keep cool.
  • Most important don’t wait for your turn to speak when discussion is on. interrupt politely if you want to put forward your points.
  • Last but not the least keep atab on the time given for discussion. score points by wrapping up the discussion if you feel that the discussion is heating but the time is going to be over.
  • During conclusion, do end with the conclusion note. that shows your leadership quality.

2 comments:

Morgan said...

Hi There,


A spot on observation on what probably is “the” underlying details of the #topic.Too many people don’t even think about wherever there will be actual demand and
more importantly what happens if this demand comes later (or maybe a lot later) than they expect


1)How can I amend this select to make a sum & group by a single line....

SELECT article_ref, status, total_amount
FROM order_tbl
GROUP BY article_ref, status, total_amount
ORDER BY article_ref, status, total_amount;

tbl_order
article_ref status total_amount
123456 Ordered 100
123456 Ordered 10
123456 Ordered 80
123456 Pending 50
123456 Pending 23
123456 Pending 50
123456 Delivered 50
123456 Delivered 75

And want the output to be
123456 Ordered 190
123456 Pending 123
123456 Delivered 125

It was cool to see your article pop up in my google search for the process yesterday. Great Guide.
Keep up the good work!


Thanks,
Morgan

Radhey Radhey said...

Marhaba,


Fully agree on
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. We’re seeing a lot of projects tackle big complex problems but few seem to have taken into consideration and in particular reasons to adopt.


I want to execute the different files at the run time in the SQL PLUS

Ex: I have two different files like ABC.SQL, XYZ.SQL,

I had declared one bind variable to hold file_name .

var file_name VARCHAR2(200);
DECLARE
sr VARCHAR2(20) :='ABC';
BEGIN
IF sr ='ABC' THEN
:file_name :='ABC.SQL';
ELSE
:file_name :='XYZ.SQL';
END IF;
END;
/
PRINT file_name


Now i want to execute the file which is there in :file_name bind variable

SQL>@:file_name



It was cool to see your article pop up in my google search for the process yesterday. Great Guide.
Keep up the good work!


Obrigado,
Radhey

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