Finding fulfilment at work, alternatives to GDP, McKinsey’s conflict of interest, choosing the right team mix for Mars, and disruptive technologies
The case is symptomatic of a wider issue: in the race to generate wealth for their partners, are management consulting firms in danger of losing sight of their original purpose—to be trusted advisors to CEOs?
This Week in Disruptive Tech
Feb 19, 2019: A roundup of news and perspective on disruptive technology from around the world. In this issue: artificial intelligence, augmented reality, ethics in tech
This Week: Scaling fast vs. having a viable economic model, Tim O’Reilly on Silicon Valley’s favourite growth strategy, and Twitter's travails
Twitter is not one, but three. It is a protocol, an app, and a media company. And being all the three is doing it no good
Leadership transitions at Yes Bank and Cognizant, is the Three Horizon model still relevant, interview with Raghuram Rajan, and an ethical dilemma for Silicon Valley’s next generation
On March 1, Ravneet Singh Gill will assume charge at YES Bank. Will the entry of the quintessential MNC banker from Deutsche Bank be able to calm the troubled waters swirling around YES Bank?
The media’s job is not to prosecute, but step in when regulatory authorities fail. And ask questions of antiquated laws such as Angel Tax
India needs more startups and entrepreneurs. Antiquated sections of the Income Tax Act must be reworked
The inside story of how Chanda Kochhar let hubris and greed implode her trail-blazing career at ICICI Bank