The cover theme of the October issue is ‘franchising’. Experts Rick Grossmann, author, Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise Bible 8th Edition and Michael A Peterson, President, Franchise Beacon and author, How and Why to Franchise Your Business weigh the benefits and drawbacks of this model and analyse if it is for everyone.
R Gopalakrishnan, an author, corporate advisor, and Executive in Residence, SPJIMR and Dr Ranjan Banerjee, Dean, SPJIMR present their views on the potential of made-in-India managers at a global level, whereas, Amit Sridharan, Director, US Venture Investments, Mahindra Partners, talks about what India can learn from Silicon Valley in the realm of native realities.
Rajiv Kumar, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, IIM Calcutta and Vidyanand Jha, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, IIM Calcutta discuss the importance of accompanying employee training with reshaping of the organisation’s environment.
Dr Neerpal Rathi, a faculty member, Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, IIM Nagpur advices on focusing on employee well-being in order to bring better results for the organisation. Mangesh Panditrao, CEO, Shoptimize India Private Limited speaks in an exclusive interview about how his company is boosting brands using AI and other latest technology.
Bhaskaran Srinivasan, Director – Academics, Manipal Global Education Services speaks about the role of transformational leaders in helping the organisation deliver to its potential with integrity and a value-driven culture. Muniinder K Anand, Managing Director- India & South Asia, Center for Creative Leadership reveals the surprising truth about what drives stress and how leaders build resilience.
Krishan Kalra is a retired corporate executive and former president of the All India Management Association. He does voluntary work in several areas, including environment conservation, as trustee of The Climate Project Foundation, India highlights the need to conserve water.
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