Putting a price tag on scandal: sturm und drang at Volkswagen

02 Oct 2015  | Aswath Damodaran

Last year, Volkswagen was the leading auto company in the world.

Negotiating your way out of workplace conflict

28 Sep 2015  | Horacio Falcao

When conflict and mistrust cause a breakdown in working relationships perhaps it’s time to have “that” conversation.

Why your company needs a resident futurist

14 Sep 2015  | Elisabet Lagerstedt

Being far-sighted about your strategy can help you prepare for the big global changes already unfolding.

Searching for answer to restriction on transferability of mining leases

04 Sep 2015  | Pooja Patel & Rohan Singh

This will have implications for M&As in sectors which rely on mining for sourcing raw materials.

Payment bank entry process considered inconsistent with the rule of law

02 Sep 2015  | Shubho Roy & Ajay Shah

It is better to have 11 payments banks than to have none.


There is no straight path to innovation

21 Aug 2015  | Venugopal Gupta

Great innovators don’t necessarily follow straight paths. Often a winding path can shape their defining inventions.


Humble narcissists make great leaders

11 Aug 2015  | Quy Huy

Narcissism gives executives the self-confidence to aim high, but greatness requires more humble behaviour.


Is M&A activity replacing R&D in pharma sector?

07 Aug 2015  | Tanya Pahwa, Ankit Mishra & Simone Reis

Indian companies have been emulating global peers in aggressively pursuing inorganic growth.

Crowdsourcing is not a numbers game

24 Jul 2015  | Henning Piezunka

It may seem counterintuitive, but too much participation can ruin your crowdsourcing efforts. Focus on careful curation rather than a cattle call.

Get the most out of your private equity investments

16 Jul 2015  | Reshmi Khurana

PE investors can avoid surprises and disputes by conducting in-depth and independent due diligence on the target company.