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a note of harmony

Innovators invariably listen ‘for’ what is missing and try to bridge the gap, says Sameer Dua, Institute for Generative Leadership, India.

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own your dream

A huge repository of used goods and the emergence of an aspirational consumer class hold immense potential to create a sustainable market for refurbished goods, says H R Bhatia, Surpluss.in.

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how Pokémon Go poked the world in action!

how Pokémon Go poked the world in action! Rajat Dhariwal, Supersuit, analyzes how Pokémon Go became one of the biggest revolutions in the gaming world.

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how to make giants nimble

Baba Prasad, Vivékin Group, elucidates the best practices businesses need to build to make nimbleness ingrained in their culture.

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becoming the person you want to be

Dr Marshall Goldsmith, author of Triggers, examines the environmental and psychological triggers that can derail us at work and in life.

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driving digital

Emergence of digital technologies has brought about disruptive changes. But are companies ready for the digital transition? ask Ludo Van der Heyden, INSEAD, and Liri Andersson, this fluid world.

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finding the middle path

Will abundance of big data overthrow the power of intuition, when it comes to driving businesses to success? Rajesh Maurya, Fortinet, Faisal Hoque, Shadoka, and Dr Parag Kulkarni, share their views.

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customers for life

Jack Uppal, General Motors India, tells us how the brand has accelerated its efforts to deliver superior customer service—from partnering with Amazon to implementing the nationwide Chevrolet Complete Care program.

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designing efficiency

A well-designed workplace directly affects the productivity and efficiency of the workers, believes Morgen Witzel, Exeter Business School.

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Breaking silos

Aparna Piramal Raje talks about the impact of breaking down of corner offices and transition of senior management from their C-Suite to a more open-plan workspace.

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