The cover theme of the January issue is ‘feedback’. Experts Douglas Stone, author, founder,
Triad Consulting Group, and Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School; Sandra Jones, a business management consultant and coach in the area of strategic accountability and an Athena Award winner; Dr Sandeep Bhardwaj, Dean-Academics, VESIM Business School; Kim Scott, co-founder, Radical Candor, a member of the faculty at Apple University and before that led AdSense, YouTube, and Doubleclick Online Sales and Operations at Google; Vivek Mehra, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Sage Publications India Private Limited; and Joe Hirsch, a TEDx speaker, columnist for Inc. and author, The Feedback Fix give opinion on the importance of feedback in an organisation, how it must be a two-way street, and its impact on overall productivity.
Lorraine Ferguson, author, The Unapologetic Saleswoman presents a road map for women to excel in sales. Dr. Abhishek Narain Singh, Assistant Professor – Information Management, Institute of Management Technology Nagpur talks about aligning everyone in the organisation to its digital transformation.
R Anand, author, principal consultant and advisor, HCL Technologies Limited, and board member, National HRD Network talks about employee well-being and how organisations can help in this regard. Dr Debashish Sengupta, Professor, Alliance University, and author, The Life of Y presents a case study about an accident at a workplace, with questions to be answered—who was responsible, how could it have been averted, what role could the management have played in aligning employees with its way or working.
Rupinder Bir Kaur, Assistant Professor, University Business School, Panjab University opines that the way you lead can promote or inhibit a culture of innovation. Dr Aseem Chauhan, Dr Manoj Joshi, Dr Ashok Kumar, and Suhayl Abidi discuss the need for bschools to adopt AI in their pedagogical approach.
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