Indrajit Gupta

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Why Binny Bansal was ousted from Flipkart

Why Binny Bansal was ousted from Flipkart

Rediff.com23 Nov 2018

Where Binny slipped up badly was in gauging the level of transparency and governance that is expected by a global strategic investor, says Indrajit Gupta.

Three small success stories. 3 big life lessons

Three small success stories. 3 big life lessons

Rediff.com8 Jul 2018

Young people have an abundance of choice today. Yet finding purpose is an altogether different challenge for them.

Voda-Idea need to tackle challenges within to face Jio's threat

Voda-Idea need to tackle challenges within to face Jio's threat

Rediff.com18 Apr 2018

Evolving a common work ethic and culture will be critical so that the merged entity does not lose focus on the common enemy outside -- and instead becomes more obsessed with internal turf wars.

The generation of travellers who won't rely on travel agents

The generation of travellers who won't rely on travel agents

Rediff.com30 Mar 2018

It's the age of the DIY travellers.

What you can learn from Virat and his team...

What you can learn from Virat and his team...

Rediff.com6 Mar 2018

'Kohli represents a new generation of young Indians who are willing to play hard, win every match and dominate the rivals,' says Indrajit Gupta.

All that is terribly wrong with B-school placements right now

All that is terribly wrong with B-school placements right now

Rediff.com5 Feb 2018

It is that time of the year when fresh business school graduates try their luck at placements.

Shopping 3.0 is here

Shopping 3.0 is here

Rediff.com12 Dec 2017

Turbocharged with technology is becoming the Holy Grail of retail.

Where Sri Lanka beats India

Where Sri Lanka beats India

Rediff.com1 Sep 2017

Nearly two million people die from mosquito-borne diseases every year. What are we doing about it?

Tata Corus - A deal from hell

Tata Corus - A deal from hell

Rediff.com15 Apr 2016

The $12.1 billion Corus acquisition-the biggest global acquisition made by an Indian company-ended up as a millstone around Tata Steel's neck, points out Indrajit Gupta.

The secret behind Patanjali's success

The secret behind Patanjali's success

Rediff.com19 Feb 2016

Patanjali doesn't employ any fancy managers with MBA degrees.

Start-ups aren't from Mars

Start-ups aren't from Mars

Rediff.com22 Jan 2016

Start-ups have their own sub-cultures their language and ways of working.

5 reasons why FT sale holds this big significance

5 reasons why FT sale holds this big significance

Rediff.com28 Jul 2015

For the past few years the top brass at Pearson did pretty well to grapple with the threat of digital disruption.

A test of RIL's core competence

A test of RIL's core competence

Rediff.com28 May 2015

No one is quite sure when the soft launch is likely.

What's preventing top execs from investing in digital technology

What's preventing top execs from investing in digital technology

Rediff.com28 Apr 2015

India Inc is shying away from investing in digital technologies.

Lessons for corporates to go global in a jiffy

Lessons for corporates to go global in a jiffy

Rediff.com24 Mar 2015

Digitally driven businesses have cut short the time to market significantly.

A wake up call for Indian carmakers

A wake up call for Indian carmakers

Rediff.com26 Dec 2014

If carmakers don't explore innovations to improve safety, they could be relegated to the garbage heap by new players, says Indrajit Gupta