Shoojit Sircar: The bankable storyteller
Shoojit Sircar stands apart in that he not only tells a tale well, but has an eye for economy—so important to the success of his movies where the real hero is the script based on bold topics.
Global trade: A necessity for SMEs
Not going global will not only halt their growth, but hamper their domestic existence amid increasing competition.
Betting laws need clarity
The irrefutable reality of gambling laws in India is that there is no clarity on what is permitted and what is prohibited.
What ho! What can captains of industry learn from cricket?
Like any sport, cricket offers valuable life lessons for business leaders. Here are 12 questions, many of them inspired by the 2018 South Africa-India series.
Restriction on layers of companies
The Layering Rules propose to check the malpractice of companies creating multiple layers of subsidiaries for diversion or siphoning off funds.
Execution excellence: Are you actively addressing it?
Implementation is doing what we need in order to turn a strategy into reality. Execution is the next step.
Battle for bling
Editor’s letter from the April 2018 issue
Some leaders are introverts, while others are extroverts, some are thrifty, others spend lavishly, some drive results, others collaborate. What are the collective set of behaviours that most describe someone on the right track to be a good leader.