|February 27, 2007|
|The technology-politics nexus in India|
Over the years the state has taken over water resources from the hands of village communities. The irony is that even as the state has vested this power in itself, people have taken water under their control.
Creating a wheat crisis
If private trade is kept out of the market and farmers don't get higher prices, this year's bumper crop will be a one-time affair.
|February 23, 2007|
|Should you invest in Gold BeES?|
Given the relatively high entry load charged by the fund house during the NFO period, investors, who intend investing in gold, should avoid Gold BeES during the NFO period.
|February 21, 2007|
|How the CEO leads transformation|
The CEO helps a transformation succeed by communicating its significance, modelling the desired changes, building a strong top team, and getting personally involved.
|February 17, 2007|
|A tale of two Swifts |
The Swift diesel is a very sorted out car
Coming up: India's big airport cities
In India, 35 per cent of the country's trade by value goes by air
Escaping the inflation squeeze
The big guys have access to funds overseas, and their cost of borrowing does not change at all. If anything, a tighter domestic monetary situation gives them a comparative advantage when it comes to the cost of borrowed funds.
|February 15, 2007|
|How to build and lead great teams|
You don't have to be Michael Jordan or Mia Hamm to have the skills you need to build and lead high performing teams.
25 rules for leaders
Fast Company's RealTime San Diego generated a remarkable collection of ideas, tools, and inspirational advice. Here are 25 of the smartest insights that we took away from the event.
Speaking for the <i>aam aadmi</i>
How nice it would be to see public morchas, fasts, bandhs and letters to the Prime Minister or the chief ministers to reflect and act on some of these matters too!
|February 02, 2007|
|India's tourism story|
Though tourist arrivals to India rose to 4.43 million in 2006, it was only 0.52 per cent of the global pie.
Meet the man on a Wi-Fi mission
It's the Year of Broadband in India and Frank Hanzlik, MD of the Wi-Fi Alliance, wants Wi-Fi to rise above the din created by WiMax (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) and 3G.
How to become a household name
Marketing gurus Chip and Dan Heath on what makes a marketing message work.
What you need to succeed
Treat people right and they will eat nails for you, and other lessons Thomas Stemberg learnt while building Staples into a giant company.
|February 01, 2007|
|Why athletes make great CEOs|
Nothing sticks like a lesson learned while hurtling 10,500 feet through the air at 120 miles per hour. No wonder John Hart improved his listening skills when he started jumping out of airplanes.
How ads adapt to changing times
Consumer goods companies are realising that men also participate in decisions about groceries
A biz guru cracks the Indian code!
G. Clotaire Rapaille has guided Chrysler, Procter Gamble, Boeing, and other enraptured clients through the "collective unconscious" of dozens of cultures. Now he's taking on India. Is he a sage--or a charlatan?
How to create a GOLDEN corporate culture
Too plodding? Too entrepreneurial? A combination of approaches is necessary for success.