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Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

The author is a Fellow Institution of Engineers, Professor of Strategy, Director, Centre for VUCA Studies, Amity University, with over 29 years of experience in industry & research. He has authored over 75 articles, co-authored three books 'The VUCA Company', 'The VUCA Learner', 'Role of Business Incubators in Economic growth of India' and is also on the editorial board of several international refereed journals.

Latest Articles By Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

Contract Pharma-The Neglected Sector

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

With significant investment in R&D, Indian CDMO industry can stay globally competitive and make an invaluable contribution to the country.

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Greensill Insolvency: Cautionary Tale for Indian Fintech

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

The government should consider giving the same weight to RMS as to statutory audits. These two steps will reduce, if not totally prevent excesses to a large extent.

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Anticipatory Strategy for the VUCA World: Foresight Makes the Difference

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

Have you done so? If not, do not delay! Let us generate critical thinking with a scientific reasoning.

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Horizon Scanning-Mapping the Future

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

As a society we’re focused on immediate problems and in so doing we’ve lost the skill and ability to think for the long term. Initiate Horizon scanning, if not yet started.

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Entrepreneurship: Do Women Handle It Better?

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

Women are now not just family managers, but they have exalted to become dominant benefactors to the economy.

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Entrepreneurship: Do Women Handle It Better?

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

Countless researches and studies on start-up pursuits across the globe confirmed that female-led organizations generated more revenues than those by men, and that women are more competent leaders.

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The Entrepreneur An Evolutionary Concept

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

An entrepreneur’s individual capability may be divided into three components i.e. entrepreneurial spirit, human capital and venture capital. In the entrepreneurial context this ‘agent’ neither knows the outcome or can calculate corresponding probabilities.

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Harnessing the ‘Shakti’ in Energy Transition

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

Maybe the providence is divine to lay our deference at the feet of ‘Shakti’ to achieve the aim of a successful energy transition. How about you?

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Start-up India: The drivers to innovation in promoting entrepreneurship

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

The government must therefore, accelerate efforts in continuing to create a conducive environment towards entrepreneurship.

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Horticulture 4.0: The Plant Factories For Agricultural Exports

Prof (Dr) Manoj Joshi

Marginal farmers with less than two hectares of land account for 86.2% of all farmers, but own just 47.3% of the arable land, not enough to farm marketable surplus as well as contribute to exports.

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