At a recent India-China book launch, where human resource development minister Kapil Sibal was present, I made it a point to highlight the comparative picture between India and China in
In meeting after meeting in the international arena, Indian delegates have supported the stand of their government, articulated brilliantly in 1992 during the Rio Conference, that the developed countries are
The most talked about word in every management forum, classroom sessions, training programmes, seminars, research reports and so on
is undoubtedly “leadership”. There is no word that has got
On October 13 Maharashtra voted or rather 60 per cent of eligible voters of the state voted.
Mount Vesuvius had a grand volcanic eruption in 79 AD. The eruption was so great that ash from the eruption buried neighbouring towns, including a city known as Pompeii
Prima facie, one possibly cannot argue against the opening of new Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) in various states particularly in the backward regions. However, the case of other
The first successful brand ambassador of a mass merchandise product in India was a Hindi film star. Lux soap was launched in India in 1929
The subject of executive compensation has created a stir, following comments made by the corporate affairs minister on executive compensation in India Inc and the corporate leaders’ reactions thereafter.
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William D. Green
Chairman & CEO, Accenture