• Aug
    06

    So said the management guru Peter Drucker. However he was smart enough to know that commentary on “what is” isn’t necessarily the best advice on “what should be

  • Aug
    04

    Organisations are Darwin’s children since they have to constantly adapt (and change) in order to survive. The changes in their surroundings can put enormous pressures — the degree of

  • Aug
    03
    By Rana Kapoor

    The new government came to power with a long wishlist from India Inc and the common man, as the Union budget — the first major policy statement of BJP led

  • Jul
    31

    I have spent the past few months in India witnessing the change in government. The expectations in India and in the whole of Asia are high that the new

  • Jul
    27

    Rage and the notion of being above the law — both law of the land and laws of basic morality — can make monsters out of ordinary people. When

  • Jul
    24

    The recent tragedies involving the Taiwan’s TransAsia Airways flight, and Malaysian Airlines MH 17 and MH 370 have resulted in deaths of close to 580 people this year alone.

  • Jul
    22

    In India we pay very little attention to the cost of education. Indeed there has been little study on working the cost in this sector

  • Jul
    21

    As established technology companies become old and gear for a generational leadership change, the interesting phenomenon provides keen management insights into the challenges faced by them. Microsoft (MS), Hewlett

  • Jul
    20
    By Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg

    Would women be better than men at running the world? There’s a case to be made on the example of Angela Merkel, at present the longest-serving — and most popular

  • Jul
    17

    The economic record of China’s modernisation has been remarkable. Rightly the world has been very impressed by what the People’s Republic has achieved within less than a generation