India moves up to 43rd in competitiveness; Singapore tops chart
Singapore has moved up to the top, from the third position last year, while the US has slipped to the third place in the 2019 edition of the IMD World Competitiveness Rankings.
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India slips to 45th spot in IMD's World Competitiveness list
US was "pushed out" of the top three slots while Hong Kong consolidated its dominance of the annual rankings for the second year in the list compiled by the International Institute for Management Development's (IMD).
Worth one's salt: Venkatesh Iyer says having faith in your ideas, business and yourself is the mantra
Iyer is the founder CEO of fast-food chain Goli Vada Pav.
India moves one notch up to 44th rank in IMD's competitiveness rankings
US became the most competitive economy globally driven by its strength in economic performance and infrastructure, followed by Hong Kong and Singapore in the second and third place, respectively.
India climbs 3 steps to 51 on IMD World Talent rankings
Globally, Europe continues to dominate the rankings, with Switzerland, Denmark, and Belgium being the most competitive countries. Austria, Finland, the Netherlands, Germany made up the top 10.
India remains at 44 in IMD global competitiveness rankings
The US continues to top the ranking due to its strong business efficiency and financial sector, its innovation drive and the effectiveness of its infrastructure.
Tata, Infosys tussles are issues of relations, not corporate Governance: Jean Francois Manzoni, IMD
As a general rule, you have to agree on the mandate and the framing of the mandate. Very often the board does not spend time on telling the CEO what they can and cannot do.
BHEL appoints WVK Krishna Shankar as Director on board
Mr. Krishna Shankar has 36 years of diversified and versatile professional experience through working in major segments of BHEL.
'Transition period is when momentum builds'
The decisions new CEOs make during their first few months on the job have a decisive impact on whether they ultimately succeed or fail.
Author Phil Rosenzweig shares how leaders make winning decisions
When it comes to pushing your limits, along with analytical thinking, you have to do the 'right stuff', says author Phil Rosenzweig.
Economy picking up; need more reforms for strong growth: Raghuram Rajan
Rajan, known for critical analysis of macroeconomic trends, however said that subdued exports, primarily on account of global factors, remain an area of concern.
GE T&D India appoints Pitamber Shivnani as CEO & President
As part of this role he will be responsible for managing GE’s Grid Solutions markets for India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar from this region. Shivnani has an experience of over 30 years in the transmission and distribution sector in India. He joins GE T&D India from ABB where he was President of Power Grid Division.
Why narcissism is a tolerated, even encouraged, trait among CEOs
Self-centered CEOs who crave acclaim are more likely to keep their companies at the forefront of technological innovation.
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