ISB

ISB


  • A Model for Life Long Learning

    Don Jacobs, Dean Emeritus and Gaylord Freeman Professor of Banking at the Kellogg School of Management, on what it took to build a world-class business school

  • Family Philanthropy Management: A European Perspective

    Dr Ann-Veruschka Jurisch, Head of Philanthropy and Foundations at Spectrum Value Management, examines trends in European philanthropy, particularly the rise of philanthropy services within family wealth management practice

  • Turning Green to Gold

    Green field investing in clean technology

  • ISB

    A Matter of Trust

    The word `philanthropy', according to JRD Tata, means much more than mere charity. The distinctive characteristic of the Tata Trusts is that they have always borne the human aspect in mind. The smallest grant made by the Trusts, one year, was Rs 125 for a pair of spectacles for a poor man who could not otherwise afford it. For that man it meant the difference between light and darkness.

  • Family and Corporate Philanthropy: Emerging Trends In India

    Professor K Ramachandran, Thomas Schmidheiny Chair Professor of Family business and Wealth management at ISB and Rachna Jha, Research Assistant, encapsulate the growth of philanthropy in India