Great ideas in Indian companies, not-so-great execution

Published: Oct 9, 2017

Starting out as a newswire journalist covering beats as diverse as business, politics, entertainment, crime, civic affairs, cricket and defence, I was keen to pursue a career in print or broadcast journalism. But the emerging world of multimedia storytelling promised a fascinating future, and I changed my focus to digital media more than a decade ago. Before Forbes India, I have worked for organisations such as ANI, Money Control, Arabian Business, Yahoo India and VFS Global. I hold master's degrees in Communication Studies (University of Pune, India) and Journalism (University of Westminster, London, UK).

g_100159_innovation_280x210.jpg 43% percentage of executives who ‘agree completely’ that there is a strong leadership support for creating new ideas within their companies, according to SPJIMR’s survey
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While Indian companies seem to encourage and celebrate innovation strategies, they are not taken to their logical conclusion, reveals a study


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(This story appears in the 13 October, 2017 issue of Forbes India. You can buy our tablet version from To visit our Archives, click here.)

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