The cover theme of the October issue is ‘intrapreneurship’. Experts—Rajesh Pandit, a strategic advisor to startups and visiting faculty at various IIMs, Gib Bulloch, author of The Intrapreneur, Kevin C Desouza, Professor of Business, Technology and Strategy, at School of Management, Queensland University of Technology, Maggie De Pree, Global Catalyst at League of Intrapreneurs, and Gary Peacock, Head of Innovation and Research at Gordian Business give their perspective on various aspects such as the relevance, importance, scope, of intrapreneurship along with laying out the action plan to implement it.
Gopal Devanahalli, CEO of MeritTrac presents his views on the importance of reskilling of employees among the growing presence of technology. Sandra Jones, a business management consultant and coach in the area of strategic accountability and an Athena Award winner opines how a positive approach towards co-creation can foster creativity and lead to innovation and agility.
Dr Saumya Sindhwani, Clinical Assistant Professor in the strategy group at Indian School of Business and author of Nurturing Business Leaders and Creative Management talks about what makes a high performing work culture. Dr Abhishek Narain Singh, Assistant Professor, Institute of Management Technology Nagpur discusses the growing importance businesses in creating value for themselves, and thereby, the stakeholders. Rajiv Joshi, Associate Professor-General Management, Institute of Management Technology, Nagpur along with Santosh Shrivastava, Assistant Professor-Business Analytics, Institute of Management Technology, Nagpur present a detailed analysis of how talent management can be made more efficient with the use of human capital analytics.
Jose Costa, CEO, For Eyes and author of Leading With Edge, on the basis of his book charts out a plan for leaders to avoid failure and lead more effectively. Tanya Swetta, founder and Joint Managing Director, id8 Media Solutions and Aman Swetta, Joint Managing Director, id8 Media Solutions advise on employee motivation should go beyond outward rewards and should be based on the making the workplace ecosystem a more conducive one.
Sonu Goyal, Professor of Strategy, Dean- International Relations and Exchange Programs, International Management Institute, Delhi talks about the feasibility of internationalisation of management education. Apurva Chamaria, Chief Revenue Officer, RateGain, and author of You Are the Key and Master Growth Hacking advises startups—especially, those with a low marketing budget—how they can still reach customers online.
Sanil Sachar, co-founder and Partner, Huddle speaks about the importance of mentorship in forging good future leaders. Professor L K Ojha, faculty in marketing, IMT-Nagpur and EFPM scholar, IIM Lucknow discusses the role social media plays in marketing even the already popular destinations.
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