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Saving Social Work from Itself – The Future of Social Work: Seven Pillars of Practice

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When the idea of ‘future of work’ has become the centre of virulent debate these days, the idea of ‘social work’ cannot escape the chatter. That’s what Prof. Brij Mohan…

It’s a Story of Ants Fighting the Elephant – The RTI Story: Power to the People

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In his foreword to the book Gopalkrishna Gandhi writes: “On the dust-laden street of revived spirits, gutsy agitations, arduous marches – for a new championing of rightful claims of rightful…

We Need Transpersonal Leaders for Global Sustainability

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In our new book “Leading Beyond The Ego: How to Become a Transpersonal Leader” we define transpersonal leaders as being radical, ethical, authentic, emotionally intelligent and caring, yet still focused on…

JLF Has a Green Touch – India is Killing Ganges, Ganges is Killing India

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The 11th edition ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, that ended late January 2018, had a strong hue of green. The organizers believe that literature could play a significant role in influencing…

First Innovate in Workplace Design Breakthrough Products Will Follow

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Where should innovation begin in organizations – first at workplace and people or with new products? Author Carol Sanford tries to answer this billion dollar question in her new book The…

Zero is a Nice Number

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Of the many crusaders for a new world order in the last hundred years Muhammad Yunus seems to be one of the most persuasive. His idea of a new world…

India’s Coal Story

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India’s Coal Story – From Damodar to Zambezi by Subhomoy Bhattacharjee, (Sage Publications India, April 2017) is an entertaining as much as an informative read. But to say that ‘Choose…

Total Recall – The Untold Story of Akshaya Patra

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A few corporate stars associated with Akshaya Patra ensured that it got excellent press in recent years. The media has been lapping up the stories of how more than a…