The room for learning, growth and improvement exists when you are challenged by smart peers and colleagues
‘We are customer-driven’, ‘we are data-driven’. Those are typical refrains from companies. But are they really? It all boils down to culture
The world over, there is a “tribalisation of opinion”. Where are the spaces to listen to people not like us?
This month, we participate in the lives of a few Indore residents, and get a glimpse of unspoken realities and desires, as jobs in the formal sector define their self-worth
This Week in Disruptive Tech
February 17, 2020: A roundup of news and perspectives on disruptive technology. In this issue: Swiggy’s partnerships, Tesla’s pricing and Silicon Valley’s fascination with Yuval Harari
They stop us from digging deeper. We fail to see the downsides. We miss interesting opportunities. The antidote is to consciously seek the opposite
How to make both loonshots and franchises successful inside an organisation
In this extract from the book 'Midnight's Machines', Arun Mohan Sukumar asks the question, was it ambition or naïveté, or both, that nudged scientists towards unviable projects like the solar cooker?
Indian technology has evolved in the context of the country’s politics. A review of ‘Midnight’s Machines: A Political History of Technology in India’
To maintain speed, you need to take stock of your environment every now and then