Category Archives: Book Review

The Irony of Jobless Growth And Employment

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The Indian economy may be growing at a brisk 7 plus percent, but is it resulting in corresponding growth in employment? It is not. Are the poor households most affected…

$4.5 Trillion Opportunity From Waste to Wealth by 2030

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WASTE TO WEALTH: CREATING ADVANTAGE IN A CIRCULAR ECONOMY by Lacy, Peter, Rutqvist, Jakob, examines how the circular economy is disrupting the way we produce and consume products. It proves…

A Practical Guide For Social Entrepreneurs

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“Every article highlights a value, principle, mindset or an approach at the foundational level rather than providing a popular tip or a technique. The focus is on the long-term rather…

Building Tomorrow’s Company on Sanskar

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Charles Handy’s famous question “what’s a company for?” has triggered deep reflection in the last few decades. Mark Goyder’s ‘Living Tomorrow’s Company: Rediscovering The Human Purposes of Business (Knowledge Partners,…

You Are Not a Lottery Ticket

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Dozens of books telling start-up entrepreneurs how to succeed have been published in the last few years with most of them not saying anything new. Peter Thiel’s Zero to One…

De-mystifying Business Value of IT

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Kapil Dev Singh writes his first book titled ‘Looking Inwards’ with a strong message. He invokes the ancient wisdom of the oriental sages when he titles the book: ‘Looking Inwards’…

BookReview Rising from the Tradition

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The back flap of the book states that this is Gopal’s “first book outside of the business genre.” True, Gopal has been prolific in the last eight years with business…

Building Tomorrow’s Company on Sanskar

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By Sangeeta Mansur sangeetamansur@gmail.com Charles Handy’s famous question “what’s a company for?” has triggered deep reflection in the last few decades. Mark Goyder’s ‘Living Tomorrow’s Company: Rediscovering The Human Purposes…