As technologies to tap the sun and store its energy become more efficient, we are already on our way to an incredibly energy-affluent world. And chances are we might arrive there before development driven by fossil fuels brings on a climate-change apocalypse.
Is Pak readying to make the next IT boom story? India has lost 125 jobs already.
Once known for strong patent laws, India is now yielding to pharma MNCs
In the age of digitisation and connectivity, a new form of extortion has arisen: ransomware
A year on, the bluff has been called on the stated objectivesof demonetisation, especially tackling black money. A few grains of positives cannot stand up to the wrecking ball it took to the Indian economy.
The fuss over Delhi Metro’s fare hike is a test case of how to run such fast-spreading networks
Weak private investment, automation and redundant skills are gnawing at white-collar jobs. A political hot potato is in the moulding.
As the market rushes to innovate, policy and infrastructure strive to keep pace
Home buyers who paid through the nose seem as distant from their dream homes as ever
We bring stories of women stepping up to the plate when most needed by their families. Who is to say these women are lesser entrepreneurs than those who came armed with MBAs and/or inherited wealth?
In the super-slippery job market, headhunters find a new avenue for their expertise—exit management
To be successful entrepreneurs, women must overcome their negative conditioning
What do they all need? A sharp guideline for B-schools, aspirants and graduates.
Top managers make a beeline for booster shots of academics, to keep up with new needs of a dynamic corporate ecosystem
Its never late to be an entrepreneurbecause its your business model that counts, believes Capt GR Gopinath who started Air Deccan in 2003
Indian B-schools must have students infused with a ‘launch business’ spirit
The government’s move to grant greater autonomy to IIMs should help them become more competitive
Stagnant syllabi, poor faculty, unemployable graduates, along with tepid industry demand have put an ultimatum before B-schools
Research favours the specialised MBA for family businesses
Management and the arts can go well together. Examples abound even in classical genres of music and dance.
Minds of merit share their ideas and philosophy with the world. We curate the words that stand out in their observation and insight.
Noteworthy publications review the best business schools in the world. The Financial Times puts ISB Hyderabad ahead of IIM Ahmedabad at No 27.
India should become better connected with other countries in a globalised world
Founding a start-up may not require an MBA degree, but B-school graduates still have an essential role to play
India’s management students merit better grooming, recruitment and retention
We present our annual B-school rankings in a challenging year. Elsewhere, we focus on family businesses, MBA maestros and Bollywood.
Big business heirs are far from monolithic
Demonetisation and GST’s disruptive impact on growth can be overcome by stepping up investment
Why does the government want to replace gelatin with cellulose in medicines? For the sake of vegetarianism.
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka’s departure throws light on the firm’s terrible performance under him. Times are tough, but the numbers are merciless too.
The empire Jaiprakash Gaur built from scratch is now on the verge of being declared bankrupt