Finding Success for Indian Business Books Lacking a Western Touch

Amish Tripathi is the author of The Shiva Trilogy, a mythologybased, three-book fiction series that has sold more than 1.7 million copies worldwide and earned Rs. 40 crore (US$7.40 million)…

Making Math a Play

Indians are known to be naturally good in Mathematics but the crammed syllabus is forcing students to approach all subjects to maximize on marks. Mumbai-based Divesh Bathija, an investment banker…

Win in India, Win Everywhere

Ravi Venkatesan, independent director, Infosys, former chairman, Microsoft India Indian companies have perfected the art of thriving in chaos. For MNCs yet to take the plunge, it is a scary…

How Cognizant Drives Innovation Bottom Up

Kumar Sachidanandam, Senior Director – Innovation Group at Cognizant Technology Solutions, demystifies innovation to his team so that they get inspired, not overwhelmed. Excerpts from his recent talk at IIM…

How to be Your Child’s Friend

By Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Every parent wants their children to grow up to be well-educated human beings with certain values in their lives. They want to see them happy….

Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid: How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value

By Daniel Isenberg, Harvard Business Press Books, 2013 Are you a member of the new class of global entrepreneurs? If not, beware–this book may inspire you to become one. It’s…

The First 90 Days, Updated and Expanded: Proven Strategies for Getting Up to Speed Faster and Smarter

By Michael D. Watkins, Harvard Business Press Books, 2013 Transitions are a critical time for leaders. In fact, most agree that moving into a new role is the biggest challenge…

India: The Future is Now

By Shashi Tharoor, Wisdom Tree, 2013 This one-of-a-kind book brings together India’s young parliamentarians, cutting across ideologies, geographies and political affiliations. These nation-builders provide perspectives on a wide range of…