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Harvard management professor talks about importance of putting context to succeed in conducting business across geographical borders.
Mahabharata tells us story of how Pandavas are created thanks to intervention of responsible Kunti and how pressurized Gandhari hastily creates Kauravas.
Avoiding discomfort or danger no longer has evolutionary value. Instead, they push individuals to excellence, says expert
Accenture\'s Mark P. McDonald says crux of using digital by the companies lies in understanding the medium and having capabilities to act accordingly.
The power of identity to shape the world is a common theme in fiction, especially science-fiction.
The power of identity to shape the world is a common theme in fiction, especially science-fiction.
Want a perfect boss? Report to a robot  (19 September 09:51 am) 
Getting a \'perfect\' boss may not be a dream anymore; here is a boss who is never biased, appraises you just and she is a robot.
Vishesh Chandiok proves that it takes a tad more than a global outlook to transform an old-world chartered accountancy practice to a global identity.
Once you admit that you don\'t know everything, you stop it from limiting your actions & whole world of possibilities opens up in front of you, says Granules India\'s MD Chigurupati.
From Bangalore to Barbados, Vikas Sharan tells his favourite travel destinations.
From Bangalore to Barbados, Vikas Sharan, CEO of Regalix, tells his favourite travel destinations.
\'Sanskaar\' and \'Culture\' are two words which cannot be used interchangeably in the Indian context as they evoke different connotions.
\'Sanskaar\' and \'Culture\' are two words which cannot be used interchangeably in the Indian context as they evoke different connotions.
ET decodes what qualities make the leaders at the helm in the corporate special and help the organisation in the long run.
ET decodes what qualities make the leaders at the helm in the corporate special and help the organisation in the long run.
Veteran hotel CEO talks about management mantras, split from professional partnership and refusal to conform to status-quo.
Veteran hotel CEO talks about management mantras, split from professional partnership and refusal to conform to status-quo.
Veteran hotel CEO talks about management mantras, split from professional partnership and refusal to conform to status-quo.
\'Sankaar\' and \'Culture\' are two words which cannot be used interchangeably in the Indian context as they evoke different connotions.
Just as writers sometimes get blocked waiting for a story idea, entrepreneurs can also get blocked waiting for a good venture idea. So it\'s logical to ask: where do great ideas come from?
Just as writers sometimes get blocked waiting for a story idea, entrepreneurs can also get blocked waiting for a good venture idea. So it\'s logical to ask: where do great ideas come from?
Once every year, I stand in a corner at Mumbai airport & watch the young & middle-aged hurrying about, wrapped in their self-importance. It helps me keep my feet on the ground, says RV Raman.
Once every year, I stand in a corner at Mumbai airport & watch the young & middle-aged hurrying about, wrapped in their self-importance. It helps me keep my feet on the ground, says RV Raman.
In his recent book, Six Simple Rules: How to manage complexity without getting complicated, co-authored with BCG colleague Peter Tollman, Morieux lays out some ground rules.
In his recent book, Six Simple Rules: How to manage complexity without getting complicated, co-authored with BCG colleague Peter Tollman, Morieux lays out some ground rules.