Articles

May 14, 2018

Seven D’s for ID’s

Published on 11th May 2018, BUSINESS STANDARD

UP recorded a large voter turnout during the recent assembly polls. The pundits have finished typecasting, forecasting and broadcasting.
May 17, 2018

Unleashing a “Dandi march” for entrepreneurship

Published on 16th May, 2018, BUSINESS STANDARD

There are many inspiring examples of trickles becoming mighty rivers like the Ganga and Kaveri.
June 11, 2018

Wise succession includes predecessor’s exit

Published on 8th June, 2018, BUSINESS STANDARD

The field of corporate governance is occupied by regulators, accountants and lawyers
June 15, 2018

Avoid hurt to Mother Gaia–treat Earth as a human being

13th June, 2018 BUSINESS STANDARD

Because of testing protocols, promising food innovations sometimes fail to make it to the market. There needs to be an international protocol for testing innovations that impact Mother Gaia.
July 7, 2018

Management should be efficient, board should provide dignity

Published on 8th June, 2018, BUSINESS STANDARD

The 19th century British essayist and businessman, Walter Bagehot had said of Britain’s governance: the prime minister should symbolize efficiency and is answerable to the people.
July 21, 2018

How a World War caused ball pens to take off.

18th July, 2018 BUSINESS STANDARD

Last week, the Royal Air Force celebrated its century in grand style all over UK. Nobody celebrated the fact that it was the RAF that gave a fillip to ball pens.
August 2, 2018

Four Tata Chairmen Chat

29th July, 2018 BUSINESS STANDARD

Jamsetji Tata’s biographer, a historian named Frank Harris, recorded that a partnership firm called Tata & Sons was established in 1868.
August 4, 2018

When a ‘revered’ CEO is accused

Published on 3rd August, 2018, BUSINESS STANDARD

A CEO could evoke reverence from his board of directors for many reasons. It could be any of the 5 C’s: competence, clan, connections, charisma or a combination!
August 14, 2018

Dual class shareholding is an idea whose time has not come

13th June, 2018 BUSINESS STANDARD

Because of testing protocols, promising food innovations sometimes fail to make it to the market. There needs to be an international protocol for testing innovations that impact Mother Gaia.