Rishikesha Krishnan and Vinay Dabholkar say jugaad is good. But, with a structured approach, it could be better
Roger Martin, dean of Rotman School of Management, tells Forbes India that logic, not data, should be used to formulate strategy
Danes are the happiest people in the world and sport has much to do with it. India too could take some lessons and transform its sporting landscape
Swami Parthasarathy’s Vedanta originates in the Upanishads, but his teachings apply to boardrooms as well
Dr Robert Lawrence Kuhn talks to Cuckoo Paul about the major economic challenges for the new leadership in China, and the reforms he believes are round the corner
Research in Kenya to study transmission of malaria could be replicated in India to track dengue
A transcript of the AN Shroff memorial lecture delivered by Arun Maira, Member of Planning Commission, at the Indian Merchants Chamber in Mumbai on 9th October, 2012.
A Delhi professor's thesis reveals how the Japanese lean production system ends up reducing permanent employment and denying workers a better life
What kind of future do people want to have? Intel's futurist Brian Johnson studies that and then helps design chips that make such a future possible
Sebastian Thrun wants to fix what's broken with higher ed. How about a master's degree for $100?
Moral leadership is the only safeguard against rotten business, when the game is everything.