Startups are not confined to yuppies, bursting with irrepressible technology ideas
How a mythological story connects well with today's stories of governance failure
Here are five behavioural symptoms that bright, young founders should minimise, if not avoid
The 1990s Hubble Space Telescope episode can be adapted into a corporate governance tool if practitioners teamed up with academics/behavioural specialists to do so
In the frenzy of valuations and technology change, business planning should not become the casualty
In part 2 of a series, the author says the challenge for an incoming CEO is to clean up the mess, if any, quietly and without blame
In the first of a two part series, the author explores the delicate relationship between a predecessor and a successor
Can the Indian manager be even more successful abroad?
Power affects all, though in India, professionals can exercise power only with the promoter's support
National economic benefit is not only about creating wealthy entrepreneurs, but also about creating long-living companies
Directors need to be alert about behavioural changes in a powerful leader - a situation that could require quiet intervention
Dual-class share structures hinder corporate performance, according to academic research
Transgressions by leaders are no more acceptable. What was alright in the past, may no longer be so at present
It is true that many Indians make startling innovations, but these innovators also need the equivalent of the RAF order.
Management should be efficient; board should provide dignity