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A 'power to people' plan that clicked!
A business model originally conceived by an Indian-American student to supply power to India's villages by burning rice husks has won $50,000 in prize money after topping the prestigious Social......
An expert's view on Mittal's bid for Arcelor
Professor Robert F Bruner is the dean of the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia. He is also a leading M&A analyst from American academia, and a rather harsh one at that, having......
The importance of human workers in the smart machine age
'Organisations need to embrace individual human development as a mission critical to organisational competency.' 'There has to be a greater focus on developing people instead of managing people.'......
Learn from Japan, Make in India
Technology and operations management expert Elliott N Weiss discusses manufacturing, the trouble with too much automation, and the need to strike a balance between people and artificial......
Lessons from the Mistry-Tata confrontation
Successors work hard, and many of them succeed and stay for many years.'But when they don't it is best to be civil and part ways than seek confrontation which might prove acrimonious and......
How Samsung is battling a brand crisis
Acknowledging a mistake when a brand does not live up to expectations and promptly finding a solution are critical to preventing a crisis from blowing up, says Ritwik Sharma. Samsung’s latest......
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