From cutting import bill and foreign exchange savings to lower carbon footprint and reducing landfill requirements, the recently announced scrappage policy could be good news for the economy, environment and consumers
In the current matrixed structure of organisations, everyone needs to step up and be a leader. Using one's innate power to influence without authority helps leaders form meaningful alliances and achieve collective best.
Looking at ESG risks alongside financial metrics parameters could make us better prepared in the future for unforeseen risks, such as those we have experienced during the pandemic, and emerging risks like climate change
Many women find broaching topics that are out of their comfort zone to be a difficult task at the workplace. But courageous conversations are needed to end that discomfort that has been weighing them down
Like during the pandemic, in the coming years, we will need family philanthropies to continue to make decisions, deploy funds and play a more central role – as partners with other players – to drive more sustainable change
In rural India, people’s institutions have emerged as powerful local bodies that help villagers collectively solve their water problems. To ensure success, a people's institution must take care to provide a total representation of all interests of a community