Cite Communities - The Open Corporate Community Project (View Testimonials)
Founder And CEO
Apurva Arora Roy
Legal And Community Support
Author And Community Manager
Mentors & Advisors
Prof. Ashok Pratap Arora
Professor at Management Development Institute, Gurgaon
Prof. Ram Kumar Kakani
Professor at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration
A Very Warm Welcome To Cite Communities.
Cite.Communities was established in 2006 with a mission to improve organizational business by addressing professional concerns.
We welcome you to join our free community service as we together try to address professional issues related to work life.
Our network consists of eight domains - Cite.co, CiteMan.com for business articles, CiteHR.com for human resource management, CiteFin.com for finance management, CiteSales.com for sales and marketing management, CiteOps.com for operations management CiteLegal.com for legal issues & InPull.com our job network
Our community sites are filled with real life problem/ solution discussion threads and various other useful resources, including power point presentations, word, excel & pdf formats.
What are we doing here?
Our main objective is to foster open discussions on all organizational problems. Over years we have sort of created a knowledge-base where people can read about various problems other people have faced and how they solved those problems.
These real world case studies are very important if one wants to develop professionally. Our members have shown tremendous attachment to our network. Becoming a member of the network makes users part of a fantastically constructive group of people who not only challenge and stimulate one to improve but also help with advice and solutions to organizational problems from their experience.
Why do we want to do this?
We believe that the state of our society is a result of the summation of individual perceptions – each negative perception adds problems – and each positive one – helps us work towards getting better.
Through our network we want to try to add more of these positive perceptions – through self improvement, improvement in the lives of the employees of the organizations, improvement in the business they are doing. We want to let them know that they are not alone in the problems they are facing – we are all here – a tight group of people who are willing to spend a few minutes a day to help solve those small problems – so they don’t add up to one very big problem!