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suiting the world

A prominent management thought leader once told me that a good business strategy is one that can be outlined in a short time… without any bells and whistles. Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director, Raymond Group, in what may

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machine power

Dr Pradeep Pendse, Welingkar Institute, draws the distinction between automated and autonomous enterprises.

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into the neural depths

Philip M Parker, INSEAD, breaks down the nuances of the concept of deep learning.

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becoming the person you want to be

Leverage the potential of the AI revolution, says Kalpana B, KPMG in India.

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bots at your service

Are bots the next frontier in AI? Leslie Timmy, Revarn Cybernetics, offers you the answer.

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the balancing act

When applied diligently and creatively, the three-box solution will help a company preserve its roots, break the chains, and build a sustainable future, says Dr Vijay Govindrajan.

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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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‘we have to get used to a world that is continuously in beta mode’

Anant Gupta, President and CEO, HCL Technologies Limited, in this exclusive interview with The Smart Manager talks about how the company has redefined customer engagement and how they are investing in technologies that are driving fundamental shifts in the market.

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for profits, for purpose, for people

Marico Limited has developed an integrated sustainability strategy and demonstrated that it is no longer about ‘profits or purpose,’ but ‘profits and purpose’.

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sustainability and the brand

The Mahindra Group is increasingly investing in the new green economy through multiple businesses and boosting brand trust among its stakeholders.

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