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Latest Articles in Magazine issue 22 Sep 2020

Export-led Growth: India’s Path To Economic Recovery

India has challenging times ahead. To put our best foot forwards, sub-national governments have to now assume a central role in driving India’s journey of self-reliance and export expansion.

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Embracing Workcations : When Work is a Vacation

The urge to travel remains stronger than ever before, but the nature of it is changing – travel that is safe in both reality and perception; and work to break the shackles of being chained to a desk! Pleasure in the job, after all, puts perfection in work.

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Fifty-Fifty: Celebs Served With A Pinch Of Salt

The current superstars are hired out by the hour literally. It is all cut-and-dried and simply cash-and-carry. And now that many have talent agencies handling them?

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Learning OD & Team-Building from the secret of the Redwood Trees

Do the redwood trees have some extraordinary power? So let’s unleash the miracle of the power of vulnerability and interdependence.

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Dark Roast Double Shot: The Alchemy Of Critical Thinking

Awakening, Reflection and Action are encouraged by critical thinking. Agitation is often a part of the process. But salvation lies beyond.

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When Crisis led to Environmental Responsibility: The Story of Hindustan Unilever

The financial burden of this entire remediation process, and the costs incurred on ensuring the welfare of diverse stakeholders was far more than the money made from that business in 18 years. By happenstance, Greenpeace’s operations in India were suspended in 2015, due to financial fraud. The organisation at the forefront of vigilantism against HUL, itself became a victim of internal malfunction.

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Snakes, Sparrows, Opium and Policy Making

The real culprit is the design. Designing policies is not exactly rocket science. It involves deep domain knowledge, appreciation of the ground realities, some degree of judgement, clarity of goals, understanding of the multi-forces that shape its implementation and above all humility.

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Let’s Get Gallant About PSU Talent; Not Nonchalant, As We Are Now.

The Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB), a part of the Department of Personnel and Training, announced a set of draft proposal to revamp the process of selection of heads of public sector companies & its functional leadership.

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