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Latest Articles in Magazine 09 January 2017

Claim Your Seat

This is a book that those interested in understanding the scenario of leadership and diversity may like to read as well as those in leadership roles

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Book Review: Playing To Win

Every entrepreneur looking to alter the landscape and every CEO looking to reimagine their business can learn from this book

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Book Review: The Home Grown Brew

The book, very effectively, covers internationalisation and globalisation strategies from two very diverse markets — the developed and the emerging

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It's Never To Early To Start

It’s common for people to procrastinate their retirement planning to the very last moment, relegating it unceremoniously to the very bottom of their financial to-do lists

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Clearing The Air

Leaving Delhi should not be the question. How to win this battle against pollution should be. Also, where will you go?

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The Most Comprehensive Rankings Of India Inc

The Annual BW Real 500 ranking involves screening a database of over 10,000 companies. All companies — both listed on the stock exchanges and the unlisted — whose audited financial data was available with Ace Equity Corporate Database as on October 1, 2014, were considered for the exercise

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Some Loss, Some Gain

Growing automation across industries will eat up some lowskilled jobs, but will also create new jobs

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Tatas Pick Honcho

The Tata Sons board appointed Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) CEO and managing director, Natarajan Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Sons, putting him at the helm of the Tata Group

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Music Is Rooted In Spirituality

Musical vibrations can convey moods and emotions and have the ability to mould and shape our consciousness

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Jottings: PM Bats For Clean Polls

The PM has been calling for electoral reforms for some time now. Among other things, Modi feels that simultaneous elections to the Lok Sabha and State Assemblies would do the country a lot of good

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Case Study: Where Has All The Money Gone?

“In my experience, poor people are the world's greatest entrepreneurs. Every day, they must innovate in order to survive. They remain poor because they do not have the opportunities to turn their creativity into sustainable income” — Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder Grameen Bank

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Case Analysis: Create The ‘Aah!’ Experience

The general response to demonetisation, which is almost always an elitist one, is that we should look at the move as being ‘transformational’. Almost everybody has access to a Jan Dhan account and the proliferation of e-wallets on mobile phones actually addresses the question of whether at all we need to hold cash

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Case Analysis: Fix The System

Money in the bank has a psychological effect. We are familiar with the sense of well being that comes from a healthy bank balance. Will we have that same sense if we are not certain of accessing our money whenever we want to?

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Case Analysis: A Bolt From The Blue

Poor quality education facility and support systems fail to provide the experience that help in acquiring knowledge, skills and attitudes that are conducive to social participation; hence rural youth are ill-prepared

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Book Extract: Measuring Innovation

Defining an innovative organization is not as easy as it may seem. A good definition requires objective and preferably quantifiable indices or metrics, but identifying these is not a simple task

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