17 May 2013 | Ritika Mankar Mukherjee
The rising legitimacy of slums in India, in turn, has meant improved access to amenities like electricity and drinking water over the past few years.
10 May 2013 | Filipe Santos & Nigel Roberts
Social enterprise first evolved in the developing world. Now the business models and social metrics may be going mainstream.
02 May 2013 | Ritika Mankar Mukherjee
At a time when India’s ability to develop on a sustainable basis is being questioned, an analysis of India’s progress on each of these parameters (or ‘killer Apps’) provides a useful framework for understanding why India should revert to a high-growth path.
29 Apr 2013 | Nigel Roberts
Could social media and e-commerce provide the road to salvation for beleaguered High Street retailers? In Britain, shopkeepers figure you can beat them – but how?
22 Apr 2013 | Alvin Lee
Teamwork is not just about communication it is also about cooperation. Cooperation requires trust between team members.
09 Apr 2013 | Jane Williams
Moving into BOP markets is most definitely NOT business as usual, says Mezias.
02 Apr 2013 | Frank Jarolimek-Proner
The combination of the technological paradigm shift towards mobile and cloud have accelerated M&A activity, with the number of transactions already surpassing 2011 by 42.8% year-to-date.
18 Mar 2013 | Alvin Lee
For new hires, the accessibility of others is more important probably than the quality of the knowledge that they have.
11 Mar 2013 | Alvin Lee, Gilles Hilary & Hal Gregersen
The negative effects of accounting conservatism on innovation activities are more pronounced…when the pressure from short-term institutional investors is greater.