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Kiran Karnik

The author is an independent policy and strategy analyst, and alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad

Latest Articles By Kiran Karnik

Old Times And New

Kiran Karnik

There are many self-declaredly enlightened companies, which claim to have greater equity between all levels of employees and all genders

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Dressing Up and Dressing Down

Kiran Karnik

All this controversy over uniforms, hijab and the like could possibly be ended by a “one country, one dress” formula. Will someone please take this up?

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The Gains Of War

Kiran Karnik

The biggest beneficiary, economically and politically, is certainly the US. Another big winner is President Zelensky: his carefully cultivated image has transformed him into a brave, leading-from-the-front, global hero, burying his pre-war sinking popularity. In the linguistic arena, the big gainer is the phrase “rules-based international order”

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Social Impact Matters

Kiran Karnik

It is now time for organisations to realise the importance of social impact and make it a core part of their own performance evaluation

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Tech’s True Triumph

Kiran Karnik

Economic activity, it seemed, would be at a complete standstill in the pandemic but technology came to the rescue

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A Call For Tech-know Power

Kiran Karnik

India’s top agenda should be to keep up with rapidly expanding technology and to follow the path of continuous innovations

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Needed: Visionaries, Not Foot Soldiers

Kiran Karnik

The bulk of B-school education in India is limited to providing functional skills in the various subject area

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