Arun Kumar’s book Ground Scorching Tax is a well-articulated treatise on the GST where all concepts are explained in a rudimentary manner
In this, the author emphasises differentiating market-creating innovation from sustaining innovation and efficiency driven innovation.
The book is a good read filled with ideas for the startup entrepreneur or an intrapreneur
The author also explains how the principles of the GBM can be applied to one and all – even to a parent teaching a child
Craig’s book serves as the initiator to start treading the path of defining a company’s purpose and eventually help attain its goals
The book also focuses on the significant ideological differences in opinion between Deputy PM Patel and PM Nehru
Both books serve as a colourful enunciation of that basic feature that makes the Indian Constitution unique – its guarantee of Fundamental Rights, and how it has come to shape each of our lives
The business model that Zeng describes stands in sharp contrast to that of traditional business. It is a C2B model that demands constant innovation
Parag Khanna drives home the novel concept of Asia-Nomics, which involves several things: migration, absorption of these cultures, reinvention of the Silk Route, market integration, etc.
Technology has gripped us all with its addiction and we have reached a stage where it is difficult to break free
Kilday’s account is a necessary reminder that the most important ideas are not perfected overnight and that customers and their demands are often the opportunity to take innovation forward in new ways
Most authors talk about the role of management and people resources. However very few touch upon the nuances of the mentor’s role in an organisation
The book introduces the reader to an interesting concept of “cultural legacies of a colloidal society”
The book makes a thought provoking read not only for the informed but also for those trying to simply understand the relationship between society, government and institutions
The author identifies the specific mistakes she made in her business and rues the fact that often the realisation came too late