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This is the journey of a child prodigy to the pinnacle of IT, with no strings attached
Do those who work for you feel safe when they innovate, even if they are alone?
Gagan Banga is the Managing Director and Cheif Executive Officer of Indiabulls Housing Finance
Five experiences that have shaped Sudhakar Ram, CEO of Mastek
Those who want to take their organization in new directions must look inward as well as outward
Organisations — and individuals — think in three distict ways in their quest for growth
Why does Russell Reynolds CEO Clarke Murphy say that retention is his business too? Read on
How Indian CEOs are transplanting learnings from their overseas stints
Apart from managing cultural diversity, a global expousre tends to mature Indian CEOs faster by throwing them at the deep end of complex business processes.
Ashish Bhasin Chairman India & CEO South East Asia, Aegis Media
Ashish Bhasin Chairman India & CEO South East Asia, Aegis Media
Ashish Bhasin Chairman India & CEO South East Asia, Aegis Media
Honesty is both a boon and a bane for the once darling of consumer electronics who found a new meaning with robots
Honesty is both a boon and a bane for the once darling of consumer electronics who found a new meaning with robots
Honesty is both a boon and a bane for the once darling of consumer electronics who found a new meaning with robots
Since I started my corporate career, I wanted to develop a system which could make the good man win. Let me narrate five stories, which are like milestones, in this journey I have undertaken.
Since I started my corporate career, I wanted to develop a system which could make the good man win. Let me narrate five stories, which are like milestones, in this journey I have undertaken.
Since I started my corporate career, I wanted to develop a system which could make the good man win. Let me narrate five stories, which are like milestones, in this journey I have undertaken.
As he aligns the 67-year-old company to the BUPA 2020 vision, the trained tubist walks the talk on domain and non-core and what it means to transition from a liquor company to its polar opposite,
As he aligns the 67-year-old company to the BUPA 2020 vision, the trained tubist walks the talk on domain and non-core and what it means to transition from a liquor company to its polar opposite,
As he aligns the 67-year-old company to the BUPA 2020 vision, the trained tubist walks the talk on domain and non-core and what it means to transition from a liquor company to its polar opposite,
What organizations really need is yajamans, leaders who create leaders. And this is in massive short supply.
Hanuman is forced to take initiative, find Ram on his own. The burden of decisionmaking falls on him. He proves his mettle and rescues Ram singlehandedly.
Hanuman is forced to take initiative, find Ram on his own. The burden of decisionmaking falls on him. He proves his mettle and rescues Ram singlehandedly.
What makes a question a beautiful question is that it has the power bring about a change in some way. It challenges and shifts the way people think about something.