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Corporate culture under the lens

Divya Khanna's book makes a case for a more humane and engaging corporate culture. She argues our status consciousness and competitiveness make our careers a collection of shorter sprints

The Company We Keep

The Company We Keep

Thiyagarajan Kumar
The Company We Keep – Insights into Indian Corporate Culture
Author: Divya Khanna
Publisher:  Penguin Random House
Pages: 264
Price: Rs 499

"Culture does not make people. People make culture,” says Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in We Should All Be Feminists.

Divya Khanna who is a management graduate and an experienced media professional having worked in the leading multinational advertising agencies (Lowe Lintas & J Walter Thompson), has brought out a perceptive book on Indian corporate culture, holding up a mirror to the conscious and unconscious biases and cultural conditioning we all have in our corporate life — the culture we have made over

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First Published: Mar 22 2023 | 10:50 PM IST

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