Change: The only constant

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Peter Drucker, the famous management guru, once said, “Every three years, an organisation should challenge every product, every service, every policy, every distribution channel with the question: If we were not in it already, would we be going into Click here to read more…

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In the land of dragons

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Had been to China on a professional assignment. It was my first (and definitely not the last) visit to the land of dragons. And my first impression for China is ‘WOW’! In fact, I didn’t have had this much big WOW while I visited the big apple – New York City last summer.

A colleague came to receive at the airport with the name of the organization that I was Click here to read more…

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Brain Drain or Brain Gain?

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Kindly find the following article authored jointly by my research partner and friend Dr. Justin Paul and myself.

This article titled ‘Brain Drain or Brain Gain?’ is published in today’s (6th February 2007 Tuesday) ‘Knowledge @ Work’ section, page no. 23 of the Hindustan Times Daily Newspaper, that is India’s one of the leading Click here to read more…

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Fama-efficient world

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Today, I had been to the LSE along with a friend for a talk by Fabrizio Gallo, Robert Ferstenberg and Professor Robert Engle.

Fabrizio Gallo is Global Head of Trading, Institutional Equity Division, New York, Morgan Stanley. Robert Ferstenberg is Managing Director, Institutional Equity Division, New York, Morgan Stanley. Robert Engle is Professor of Finance, New York University and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2003. Click here to read more…

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Short-term performance pressures

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A period study of short-term performance pressures: Case of the British Biotechnology industry
Dr. Angathevar Baskaran
Dr. Jatin Pancholi
Firoozeh Ghaffari

ABSTRACT

Since early 1990s, a number of studies argued that short-term performance pressures have deterred firms from investing in R&D, innovation, and training. Nearly all these Click here to read more…

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Just finished ‘Six Action Shoes’. I strongly feel that young people ‘CAN’ and ‘SHOULD’ read more.

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YEH DUNIYAA AGAR MIL BHI JAAYE TO KYAA HAIN

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Interesting to hear from Dr. Tushar Shah (in Hindi language)

YEH SMIRNOFF

YES 7-UP KI DUNIYAA

YEH NOKIA KE CELL PHONE PE GUPSHUP KI DUNIYAA

SUBAH GOLF AUR RAAT MAIN PUB KI DUNIYAA Click here to read more…

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Transformation: The mantra for survival

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Transformation: The mantra for survival

Don’t just sit and crib about anything that you are unhappy about. Cribbing and gossiping will not improve the situation. It will merely waste your time and energy and bring in frustration. The key is to ‘do’ something.

If you want to change any system, be a part of that system and get yourself Click here to read more…

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MBA Programmes

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Based on my current knowledge and understanding, I present my current thinking regarding MBA programmes as follows:

1) MBA Programmes

The last decade of 1995-2005 has witnessed dramatic events and evolution of MBA programmes across the world. Around 12,000 students complete their MBA every year from AMBA accredited MBA programmes. The number of students in fulltime MBA Click here to read more…

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Why an MBA?

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Why an MBA?

MBA – A life time asset

MBA – a buffet dinner

MBA – transformation of life

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