• Oct
    30

    India is predominantly an agricultural economy, with the agricultural sector providing employment and subsistence to almost 70 per cent of the workforce. The agriculture sector has enhanced food

  • Oct
    29

    I have been intrigued by the strategy-structure-performance relationships of globalising companies. During the 1990s while researching drivers of corporate excellence we looked at some companies that were

  • Oct
    26

    The role of ind­ependent dir­ec­tors at listed co­mpanies is once again coming un­der scrutiny as instances of questionable dealings by companies such as DLF, Ambuja and ACC come to light.

  • Oct
    25

    Honestly admit it. The human race has become full of sound and fury

  • The world has already enough crisis spots and the world economy has a fair amount of troubles, for new tensions to be added to the already existing ones. However,

  • Oct
    23

    Modern India seems more obsessed with eternity than with the immediate. That time is a precious resource is accepted more in theory than in practice

  • “Survival of the fittest is not the same as survival of the best. Leaving leadership development up to chance is foolish”
    — Morgan McCall

    We are living in an increasingly

  • “Survival of the fittest is not the same as survival of the best. Leaving leadership development up to chance is foolish”
    — Morgan McCall

    We are living in an increasingly

  • Oct
    21

    This is the third time I am visiting the US as the campaign for presidential elections and various other elections reach fever pitch. I landed just after the first

  • Oct
    19
    By Jonathan Weil, Bloomberg

    What Citigroup has always needed is a leader who will be straight about the company’s finances without spinning the facts. For that reason the departure of Vikram