The millennials’ love for selfies is driving a change in what sells in apparel stores—and the rise of Jawed Habib
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In this podcast economist Ajit Ranade talks about the larger picture behind the culture of debt among urban youth that Gayatri Jayaraman describes in her book. And the real story is very different from what you’d imagine at first glance
This Week: Aadhaar and democratising data, Nandan Nilekani and Infosys, the startup ethos, and the importance of a questioning mindset
In her book ‘Who Me, Poor?’ Gayatri Jayaraman explores the aspirations and compulsions that fuel a culture of consumption and debt among India’s millennials. This extract examines the startup ethos in that context—an ethos that is about not paying attention to what went before
A lot many things got our attention this week. From astute observations on an eyeballs-focused media, to why the millennials are not too very different and changes at Tata House
The average age in companies is getting younger and these employees are wired differently. How do you deal with the organizational consequences of that altered reality?