View: The need for innovation in management
Innovative models of management are the need of the hour as the adoption of IoT and smarter technologies become more commonplace with time. Moreover, the idea of giving the employees more autonomy and enabling them to become entrepreneurs unto themselves could significantly make the workplace more equitable in terms of value distribution.
Those who think about the future will create separation with competitors: Scott D. Anthony, Innosight
In an exclusive interaction, the world-renowned innovation expert spoke about the benefits of driving an innovation agenda during uncertain times, the future-back strategy framework and how companies can deal with market dislocations.
Virtual innovations enable to honour hiring commitment during COVID-19: L&T
The conglomerate said various virtual innovations helped it hire candidates and the joining of over 940 trainees was done in virtual mode.
ET Analysis: Is Asian Paints innovating or piling on non-core businesses?
The recent forays are largely B2C – requiring distribution that is different from paints.
Analytics for informed decisions - Innovation and insight in action
Analytics plays a vital role- it helps study patterns, understand the trends, improves the quality of decision making and helps governments fight the pandemic & businesses serve clients better.
Atal Innovation Mission to be tech garage of India: Amitabh Kant
The government's Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) will emerge as the technology garage of India, rolling out products and applications across sectors, Niti Aayog chief executive officer Amitabh Kant told ET.
Israel and India sign MoU to collaborate in tech innovation & start ups
The MoU was signed by Prof. Eugene Kandel, CEO of Start-Up Nation Central from Jerusalem and Anupam Jalote, CEO of iCreate from Ahmedabad.
Government actively promoting India as a manufacturing hub, innovation destination: Shringla
These among other ideas on India’s Foreign Policy goals were put forward by Shringla while addressing students of International Relations of the prestigious St Stephens college on Monday.
An influential leader should both expect and strategise to win: Carla Harris, VC Morgan Stanley
It needs courage to be an impactful leader, especially when you are going through uncertainties, said Carla Harris, vice-chairman, wealth management at Morgan Stanley, citing an eight-pronged strategy to attain such leadership traits.
CXOs Discussion at ET GBS: We put people first, business second, making money last
CXOs share their views on the way forward in a discussion with ET NOW.
Nidhi Pant, talk about authenticity and listening to her inner voice as key drivers in her entrepreneurial journey
In conversation with Nidhi Pant, Winner, ETPrime 'Emerging Innovator of the Year' Award 2019. ETPWLA is unarguably India’s definitive awards...
This is time to reimagine a healthier, inclusive world: Arianna Huffington, Global CEO, Thrive
More than the blurring of boundaries that employees are grappling with, the bigger problem for everyone working from home currently is dealing with the uncertainty and anxiety, the head of the behavioural change tech company said.
Government must step up spending to boost demand: India Inc
Sangita Reddy, President – Ficci, said, "Now, what we need is a stimulus to significantly ramp up demand, because the consumer sentiment is still extremely low and without that the economy will not bounce back. We've also lost 20 million jobs, there is fear of the unknown. "
Jio aims to make India an innovation destination: Mathew Oommen
The top executive further said that the company would work with all relevant members within India so that the country would become self-reliant in key technologies.