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Value for Many, Value for Money

Dr Kurien’s standard line to every Amul employee was: “Our first duty is to India; our second duty is to farmers and especially to the poorest in rural society; our…

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The Gen Z Effect – Say Good Bye To Generational Divide

The Gen Z Effect on business could be as big as the fall of the Berlin Wall on world politics. In a way, it is the fall of the barrier…

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Taleb Gyan in Jaipur

Nassim Nicholas Taleb of the Black Swan fame looked like he confused his Jaipur Literature Festival audience more than clarifying their doubts with his pet theories of uncertainty, randomness and…

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Academic Insights Should Have Impact on Practice

Tarun Khanna, the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at the Harvard Business School, was the only business school professor at JLF. He is one of the very few Indians who has…

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Deconstructing the Magic of the Jaipur Literature Festival

This year’s Jaipur Literature Festival, JLF for the regulars, was truly magical – a   charming blast of the best of world and Indian literature, cinema, current affairs, music, conflict, food…

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Become Idea Givers Rather Than Only Money Givers: Ratan Tata

Ravi Venkatesan, former chairman, Microsoft India, in conversation with Ratan Tata and Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev during INSIGHT: The DNA of Success organized by Isha Foundation in December 2014. Excerpts:   You…

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How RamG Keeps His Mojo

Born into a middle-class household in Kerala, RamG Vallath had a successful corporate career. At 34, he was the youngest COO at Airtel and a director at Dell and HP…

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How Not to Build a City

Sanjay Srivastava, Professor of Sociology at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, asks searching questions about how India has let its cities degenerate into chaos and highlights the surreal ways that…