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Is the magic of brand IIT-IIM waning?  (24 April 06:15 am) 
Only 28% of CEOs of India Inc's Top 200 companies have an IIT, IIM pedigree, finds an EMA Partners study. Are the citadels of Indian higher education diminishing in their influence?
Significantly enough, over 50% of the IITs and IIMs have ended up serving the consumer and financial services sectors with a distinct tilt towards multinational companies.
Power is the ability to make something happen, or not. And business is all about power, how to acquire it, how to use it, how to distribute it, how to withdraw it.
Will demand for adult diapers take off in India? That's just one of the hard questions Magnus Groth is grappling with.
Will demand for adult diapers take off in India? That's just one of the hard questions Magnus Groth is grappling with.
We Are The World How global corporates like IBM and JP Morgan are creating social service programmes that double up as leadership development programmes.
In a recent Dilbert strip, Dilbert walks up to the Boss claiming to have developed an App that evaluates potential employees solely on their online footprint.
From Harvard Business School to XLRI in Jamshedpur, here is a list of institutes have been around before business education became popular.
The travel enthusiast gives valuable tips and suggestions for tourists.
If you have the strength of a real leader - you and your team have 51 per cent at IPO stage, says Axel Schultze, CEO of Society3 Accelerator & Capital.
The plan called for Starbucks baristas to write the words "Race Together" on customers' cups, but many saw that as an intrusion into their personal space.
Rajesh Chandy, Professor of Marketing, London Business School (LBS), challenges the conventional wisdom that India is suffering a "brain drain".
Rajesh Chandy, Professor of Marketing, London Business School (LBS), challenges the conventional wisdom that India is suffering a "brain drain".
How CEO appraisals really work  (17 April 05:45 am) 
Corporate India insiders will tell you that while regulation mandates that a certain set of procedures be followed when appraising CEOs, it largely depends on the board.
How CEO appraisals really work  (21 April 11:35 pm) 
Corporate India insiders will tell you that while regulation mandates that a certain set of procedures be followed when appraising CEOs, it largely depends on the board.
The entire management system is based on judgement. Judgement is based on measurement, hence the obsession with score cards, and audits.
The entire management system is based on judgement. Judgement is based on measurement, hence the obsession with score cards, and audits.
The entire management system is based on judgement. Judgement is based on measurement, hence the obsession with score cards, and audits.
US businesses will have to earn their place as they compete with Cuba's existing business firmament and relationships, thanks to its friendly relations with numerous other countries.
US businesses will have to earn their place as they compete with Cuba's existing business firmament and relationships, thanks to its friendly relations with numerous other countries.
Five mistakes that new CEOs often make  (17 April 10:00 am) 
Every behavior of the CEO magnifies and spreads to the rest of the organisation. If you are a new CEO, you may be making any of these common mistakes.
Five mistakes new CEOs make  (17 April 05:45 am) 
Every behavior of the CEO magnifies and spreads to the rest of the organisation. If you are a new CEO, you may be making any of these common mistakes.
Five mistakes that new CEOs often make  (21 April 11:35 pm) 
Every behavior of the CEO magnifies and spreads to the rest of the organisation. If you are a new CEO, you may be making any of these common mistakes.
Psychiatrist Mark Goulston explains the power of making people 'feel felt'. "Effective listeners face much less risk of turning other people off," he says.
Psychiatrist Mark Goulston explains the power of making people 'feel felt'. "Effective listeners face much less risk of turning other people off," he says.