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Move fast and join things: the dawn of full stack businesses in India

13 Apr 2015  | Kartik Srivatsa

The success of Apple and Uber has given credence to full stack being indeed possible.

Why Google created a self-driving car and DuPont didn’t

10 Apr 2015  | Adam Hartung

Google’s leadership is able to overcome the desire to restrict the company’s options and look for future markets.

The danger of being Alexander

02 Apr 2015  | Venu Gupta

Leaders may find it tempting to wage ambitious crusades for personal reward, but eventually their troops can turn on them. Collaboration, often missed, can be a viable and sustainable alternative.

The eight most common big data myths

26 Mar 2015  | Joerg Niessing & James Walker

The hype surrounding “Big Data” does businesses a disservice by making it all look much too easy.

Why non-compete agreements are not always good for business

16 Mar 2015  | Jasjit Singh

Locking your employees in might seem tempting in order to protect your firm’s intellectual property, but have you also considered the potential downsides?

Budget 2015: FM raises a toast to Fund Managers

03 Mar 2015  | Siddharth Shah & Divaspati Singh

An indepth look at the key changes and announcements announced in the Budget 2015 which affect the Funds’ industry in India.

Will the Union Budget 2015-16 Provide a Shot in the Arm to the PE/VC?

28 Feb 2015  | Vijay Sambamurthi

May be this is not a blockbuster Budget, but it certainly is a pretty good Budget that focuses on some of the important nuts and bolts.

Private Equity in 2014: Lessons learnt and expectations in 2015!

17 Feb 2015  | Dipanshu Singhal, Deepak Jodhani & Ruchir Sinha

India witnessed an increase in the number and size of PE investments made in 2014 to around $11.5 billion, a 17 per cent higher compared to the same period last year.

Make mistakes part of your career success

05 Feb 2015  | Jane Williams & Gilles Hilary

Exposing yourself to risk and failure can help push you up the career ladder. Just make sure someone’s watching.

Negotiating deals from a position of powerlessness

09 Jan 2015  | Michael Schaerer & Roderick Swaab

When you are negotiating a deal it pays to have viable alternatives to fall back on – or at least that’s what most people think. New research suggests that being powerless can be liberating and help you achieve better deals.




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