Doubt and suspicion form dangerous biz creed
Oh, how a tiny news report tucked away in a foreign newspaper can set you thinking afresh! Yes, this is what happened to me when I chanced upon the news quoting Dutch historian Rutger Bregman at a literary festival.
Scams by the super-rich damage more than just reputation
Covid 19 has scared the wits out of us. Even the smartest don’t know what has hit the planet. No wonder, the fear of God has struck even atheists and agnostics.
After two years of the on-going pandemic,
The informal sector offers real-life lessons free
The informal business sector rules our streets, pavements, village bazaars and the remotest of locations. Operating out of tiny shops, tarpaulin-covered structures, bamboo kiosks, wheel carts and even bicycles, these small businesses cater to the bulk of our day-to-day
Young managers eager to adopt pandemic-induced changes
Covid19 has been plaguing the planet for over a year and a half. The end of the killer pandemic is nowhere in sight. Most facets of our life have been turned topsy-turvy. So it would be criminally clichéd to
The solution lies within. Introspect to create a caring world.
Reams have been written and un-measurable digital space has been devoted to one issue: the mystery behind Covid 19. But I, somehow, feel the eruption of this most lethal pandemic will remain an enigma. The immediate
But where are the strategies to fight it?
Never has the world come across an invader so savage and heartless as Covid 19. Its insatiable appetite for human lives is enervating. Many governments and dispensations have almost given up even before starting a fight against the
Role of HR in tackling troubles tactfully
I feel more than bemused when people talk of the post-pandemic economic scenario. Is Covid 19 dead? Has it ultimately bid goodbye to the planet? Will the recently launched vaccines triumph over the most deadly virus in living memory?
Women do not need doles, they deserve legitimate opportunities
Kamala Harris was sworn in on January 20 as the first woman Vice President in American history as well as the first woman with African, American and Indian lineage. She had reached the coveted position breaking barriers
Do you want to be the unquestioning subject who does what he is told or the thinking executive who questions, innovates and executes?
Winston Churchill had the gift of often coming up with prophetic statements. Many would still tend to agree with his following statement more
…if young managers use mind and faith during crisis
Fear, like wind, is invisible. It knows no boundaries. Therefore, its effect can be felt far and wide. Covid is today the world’s most globalised sentiment. Fright, anxiety, uncertainty, confusion, erosion of faith and loss of trust