October 23, 2019

Dhanishta Shah on Doodles of Leadership

How do we view leaders in the corporate world? As leaders in the business arena evolve to higher stages in their career, the issues they grapple with also change.
October 23, 2019

Mr. Ambi Parameshwaran on Doodles of Leadership

The word ‘doodle’ has an interesting etymology. Wiki tells me that its origin may be traced to the German word, Dudeltopf or Dudeldop, meaning simpleton or noodle.
October 23, 2019

T C A Srinivasa, Raghavan Srinivasan on Doodles of Leadership

There are two abiding mysteries in India that no one talks about. One is the failure of those who framed India’s Constitution to make justice a fundamental right. The other is the complete failure of activists to take this up.
October 23, 2019

Sumit Jha on Doodles of Leadership

A PROFESSIONAL MANAGER traversing upwards through stages of leadership roles across four decades ofhis life has a unique vantage position to detect broad, common strands in economies and societies.
October 23, 2019

M R Venkatesh on Doodles of Leadership

Linear progress is one thing, but evolutionary growth is quite another. Author and corporate advisor R Gopalakrishnan, who has served in top-most positions in two big industrial houses, Hindustan Unilever(HUL) and the Tata group,
October 23, 2019

Geetu Vaid on Doodles of Leadership

When you have worked in the upper echelons of one of the biggest corporate houses in the country, the perspective on leadership, corporate workplaces and the business ethics is sure to be varied and valued.
January 8, 2018

Review: A Biography of Innovations by R Gopalakrishnan

Published on 5th January 2018, Hindustan Times

Clock-work innovation: One of a cartoon series from 1900 on the inventions that Thomas Edison would ‘without doubt soon perfect’!
December 14, 2017

Book reviews of ‘A Biography of Innovations: From Birth to Maturity’ and ‘India as a Pioneer of Innovation

Published on 7th December 2017, BUSINESS STANDARD

When I think of innovation Winston Churchill’s observation about Russia, made in a radio broadcast in October 1939, comes to mind