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How Much Water Is Enough?

As a thumb rule, as per WHO, 2 litres of water for a 60-kilo person is the required quantity. Most people I know don’t drink enough. But there are a few out there, who are putting their lives at risk by drinking too much

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Budget 2016: More Work Is Needed

There are several tax proposals in the Budget which will lead to simplification and ease of doing business

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The Best Employers: How We Ranked Them

Aon Hewitt research indicates that while the path to being a Best Employer could be different and unique, but what holds the Best Employers together are four common pillars that define a winning workplace

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The Best Employers: Show Me Your Love

The BW Businessworld-Aon Hewitt Best Employers Survey reveals the importance of intangibles and perceptions

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Lead Review: Perform, Persevere

The book espouses a universal model of leadership, which the authors claim is the first fully integrated model of leadership development

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Book Review: Role Models Revisited

The authors take an analytical approach to biographical content, gleaming from them key leadership traits that were foundational to the success of the leaders

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Book Review: Change Theories

The book could be a difficult read for people who don’t have much context on the highlighted topics (science, economics, theology, etc.) unless they are knowledgeable

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Book Extract: The Art Of Giving

In India and all over the world, people are beginning to alter their ‘giving’ behavior, from one oriented around charity to one oriented around philanthropy. Whereas charity tries to address an immediate need of a person or a group of persons, philanthropy seeks to affect long-term change through gi

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How We Ranked The CEOs

The methodology to evaluate performance focused on a combination of financial and environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.

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People In The News: No Harm Done

The country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has extended the tenure of its managing director and CEO Kenichi Ayukawa by another three years, with effect from 1 April 2016

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