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Indian Management

Indian Management

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The cover theme of the June issue is sustainability.


Experts—Otto Scharmer, co-author of Leading From The Emerging Future & Stephen Kozicki, Managing Partner at Gordian Business—share their views on how it takes a journey to attain an ecosystem of sustainability & why sustainability is imperative for businesses to survive.


Dr Rupinder Bir Kaur, University Business School, Panjab University presents her views on employees of two major Indian IT firms Infosys & Wipro. Ingvar Jónsson & Sjoerd De Waal, co-authors of The Whole Brain Leader talk about the need for leaders to inculcate ‘whole brain thinking’ throughout the entire organisation.


Pallavi Jha, Chairperson & MD, Dale Carnegie India explains why it is important to think not just about the bottom line but also employee well-being in an M&A. We have also featured an interview with Dr Anil Kh&elwal, former CMD, Bank of Baroda. A P Ramabhadran CEO, Manipal ProLearn gives advice on building a path-breaking career.


Anne-Mette Røsting, author, The Law of Possibilities writes about her alternative take on what makes a great leader. Think your company has the perfect crisis management plan in place? Ramya Ramamurthy, author, Rebuild gives advice on how to be prepared for the unforeseen. Dr P Mary Jeyanthi, IMT Nagpur elucidates how managers can leverage the power of social media in order to make better decisions. Dr Abhishek Narain Singh, IMT, Nagpur opines that a shift from the traditional to the digital should be accompanied by a well-thought-out strategy.


Dr Aseem Chauhan, Suhayl Abidi, Prof Ashok Kumar & Prof Manoj Joshi suggest that bschools should look at the changing work l&scape & transform themselves accordingly. Hareendrakumar V R & Dr Suresh Subramoniam, CET School of Management advocate reward strategies for positive outcomes for both the employee & the employer. Dr Shibal Bhartiya, Fortis Memorial Research Institute sheds light on what could be done to improve the healthcare system in the country.



Indian Management strives to be a monthly management journal of high Quality targeted at middle and senior managers. It aims to be a credible source of insight, information and inspiration for management professionals. Through in-depth features, articles, live cases and caselets, research analysis, reports, reviews etc., based mainly on Indian experiences, Indian Management endeavors to consistently deliver to its readers a Journal that explores and imbibes the available knowledge and best practices pertaining to all aspects of management.