HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW
In the future of manufacturing, what's your strategy?
Can embracing an innovative approach also translate into commercial gains? Experts are of the view that the nation's manufacturing firms will need to focus on developing capabilities in innovation and not merely rely on jugaad.
Three Indian-origin CEOs in Harvard Business Review's top 10 best-performing CEOs
The "Best-Performing CEOs in the World, 2019" list, compile...
DHL Express is betting big on ecommerce engine to help Indian SMEs find foreign markets
DHL Express, under a new global CEO, is betting on ec...
What family-run businesses do to resolve conflicts within
Frequently, it is asked why families in business fight. Harvard Business Review has a pithy answer – ‘Because they can’!
India moves into future at an unprecedented rate
The US magazine of high repute points out that India is a unique story of government-led digital disruption and is building a digitally-empowered society.
Want to mobilise people for a cause? Talk, don't email
Talking to six people in person is equal to the power of a 200-recipient email blast.
After 4,200% stock jump, new ITC CEO has a tough act to follow
Deveshwar, 69, who joined ITC in 1968, is seeking shareholder approval to serve a three-year term as chairman of the British American Tobacco Plc associate.
Explosive growth of Indian businesses needs massive equity capital to sustain itself
Flipkart, India's most valuable internet startup--with an estimated worth of $15.5 billion in its last round of funding--expects to sell goods worth $12 billion by March.
Eureka Forbes makes it to 'Harvard Business Review'
Eureka Forbes today said that 'Harvard Business Review' has featured it as one of the six most successful sales and marketing companies in the world.
Is it time to do away with the Human Resources department?
Getting rid of the Human Resources department is effectively saying that a firm's employees are little more than a necessary evil and should be dealt with accordingly.
Book Review — Own the Room: Discover your signature voice to master your leadership presence
Studies show that people are more greatly influenced by leaders who communicate authentically or those who have a presence.
The desktop is dying with employees working in open spaces
Smart knowledge-based companies may be heralding the death of dedicated work desks too, thanks to activity-based working.
Let PM Narendra Modi exhort Indians to reward innovation and disruptive thinking
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is ready to upgrade her indigenous innovation capabilities from jugaad to navparivartan.
Mastercard's Ajay Banga among world's best performing CEOs: Report
Under Banga, who was named Mastercard CEO in 2010, total shareholder return was 169 per cent while market capitalisation grew $66 billion.
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