Posts From Editorial Team

take charge

Around the world, education in school encompasses a large number of subjects— children are taught about everything from math to science, history to art. Most people see the benefit of schooling children on a broad range of topics; while kids

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full tank, always

Energy levels are a highly personal attribute—how much energy we can spend and at what point we reach saturation are more often a reflection of our own make-up. So, no better way to arrest the drain than to chalk out

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the ‘talentsumers’ are here

Technology has reshaped the world of work to a great extent and more is coming for sure. Simultaneously, the workforce too has evolved in ways unforeseen. Employees are increasingly assuming the character of consumers, placing high expectations—purpose, development, fun, and

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connection matters

In this fast-evolving world—where technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace—connections have turned out to be that crucial link to success for businesses. Diligent are those who redraw their customer approaches and design a connection strategy. In our interactions with

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positive vibes

The workings of the mind are mostly studied to see why things go awry. Instead, studying how and why things do not go wrong could help us find the factors that pave the way for success. Such an approach could

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no triangles

Harmony may seem to be too enticing a prospect to be ignored, but it is hardly the mark of a robust organization. Leaders who pursue it mindlessly risk losing the value integrity and respect can bring. Integrity is critical to

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indicators of change

The organizational immune system can be compared to the immune system in humans—both, basically, work towards resisting external threats. However, speaking of the former, should it be so rigid that it prohibits all ideas, irrespective of whether they good or

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bend, blend, break, build…

Amidst the multiple debates about its efficacy and perceived superiority vis-a-vis human intelligence, AI seems to assume a ‘non-human’ dimension. What is perhaps being lost upon many is: the focus has to be on how to combine AI with human

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the expertise trap

When faced with problems, we mostly look at past patterns and seek advice, sometimes even from those who may be experts in other fields. How does ‘expertise’ help in such situations? And how can experts find the right solutions even

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reshape the mould

As in many other spheres of organizational functioning, the VUCA reality demands drastic shifts in leadership behavior too. The traditional way of developing leaders alone would not suit the new context. It has to be combined judiciously with ways of

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