Articles

December 25, 2014

Creativity – Lessons from Jesuits

25th December 2014, BUSINESS STANDARD

Innovation produces unintended risks. However, only a scientific temper can advance knowledge
January 22, 2015

Innovation on the right track

22nd January 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

How the Railways can play a key role in carrying Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat message across India
February 19, 2015

The buzz around innovation

19th February 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

Whatever cynics might say, buzz has a value. It changes language and culture and that is hugely important in social transformation
March 19, 2015

Rosh gadol culture and a ‘can-do’ spirit

19th March 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

Companies should examine how to develop more rosh gadol, chutzpah and bitzua by influencing the organisational culture rather than only their processes
April 16, 2015

The corporation is a great innovation

16th April 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

While reflecting about the column on careers and business life, I asked myself what purpose could be served by such an effort.
May 14, 2015

Innovators who strangle innovation

14th May 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

One of the greatest dangers to the promise of an idea is the innovator's obsession with himself or his idea
July 10, 2015

Lessons investors and founders should learn from Housing.com fiasco

10th July 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

Many start-up ills can be traced to the founder's ego or the investor's greed, both of which are cases of desiring before deserving
August 6, 2015

Getting trained to listen

6th August 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

The one quality that entrepreneurs should necessarily possess is the ability to listen Entrepreneurship is the obverse side of the innovation coin.
September 3, 2015

Opposition to trials aborts innovation

3rd September 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

If your child's life could be saved, or if your family could avert hunger, would you oppose experiments in genetic science?