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How About The Famous People From Harvard?

The book is a good read, illustrating small, easy but powerful steps which when followed diligently could turn one’s life around

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The Elite Institution Syndrome?

The author traces the history of the School and its evolution, which became the fulcrum of capitalism even though it ideologically stood for making business work for society

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Book Review: The Man And His Message

The book is a great compilation of Raghuram Rajan's experiences, articles and speeches

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Remembering Louise Hay

The year was 1995 and such cutting edge ideas about alternative approaches to health and well being were fairly new to the vast majority of readers in India

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'We Must Move Away From This Unhealthy Obsession Over Degrees'

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Joshi says the book goes beyond a 'how to' book on India and discusses solutions for the largest challenges of our times

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Transform Or Be Trapped

The Digital Matrix, is a valuable resource for leaders of incumbent companies to help them rethink business models, organisational structures, partnerships, talent, and technology leverage as they lead digital transformation of their businesses

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Book Review: Tech Trajectory

In Part 2, the book takes an interesting turn to explore how technology will impact our lives through key sectors such as personal technology, healthcare and energy

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Book Extract: Congestion Chaos

Why transportation infrastructure is key to economic growth

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‘We Will Continue To Explore Globally Relevant Issues’

The Mountain Echoes Literary Festival in Bhutan later this month will bring together authors from across the globe, encouraging conversations on the environment, natural history, spirituality etc

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Book Review: The Transformation Code

The Book '7 Karma Codes' by Suzy Singh identifies seven aslects where positive karma could be used for reapong beneficial results

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Ambition Gone Awry?

Claiming to be the world’s first dual-facing novel, the reverse end of ‘Goliath of Shenzhen’ is a graphic novel telling the same story

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Regaining Lost Glory

Hidden between the pages of the book is the secret of how organisations with the right resources and efforts have the ability to ‘rise like a phoenix’

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When Telegraph Triumphed

In Wiring the Nation, Mann tells the story of India’s war for Independence through the newspapers that covered it

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