Uber got away because it was funded by private equity. But what about Tata Steel and ITC? What cloak do they wear to get away from scrutiny?
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This Week: Aadhaar and democratising data, Nandan Nilekani and Infosys, the startup ethos, and the importance of a questioning mindset
Much is being reported and celebrated on the return of one of the original co-founders of Infosys to its helm as chairman. But is that what he may have wanted? Is it desirable? What kind of lessons emerge?
This Week: Leadership, corporate governance and the Infosys saga; Gorakhpur—a long road to recovery; and living in a tech-dominated world
The Infosys founder has always claimed the high moral ground on good governance. But by taking on the current board in a high-pitched boardroom battle, he may have violated his own tenets and weakened the institution
We rarely get a live case study to engage with and test a proposition. The unfolding Infosys saga offers us a ready-made case to test my last week’s essay, ‘The leadership paradox’
A roundup of the events we’ve hosted, the stories we wrote, the books we’re following and the podcasts we’ve been listening to
AI, Infosys and e-commerce’s hour of reckoning
A roundup of the stories we wrote, events we attended and stuff we read
Clearly, the founders at Infosys have a right to be heard. But they may have raked up needless controversy, in a desperate bid to belittle the board and the CEO.