A study conducted among Indian companies shows that IITs and IIMs are the largest source of business leaders for India Inc, accounting for more than half of the country’s professionals in chief executive or strategic business leadership roles.
The unprecedented economic slowdown may have shifted business focus to efficiency and cost cutting, but companies across the Asia-Pacific have reacted differently to the job loss issues. Smita Anand, regional director, Asia Pacific, Hewitt Associates, spoke to ET on a host of HR issues
Some enterprising individuals have taken the tough economic conditions as an opportunity to experiment with daring ideas and start their own ventures. In fact, debut successes during recession time are not a new thing for Indians.
SAS Institute (India) MD Sudipta K Sen talks about 'triple bottomline' indicators that impact businesses today.
Dhirendra Shantilal, senior vice president (APAC), Kelly Services, spoke about the major bottlenecks for filling the demand-supply gap and emerging trends in recruitment in India in the wake of the slowdown in the US:
As the US dollar struggles against other leading currencies, M&A commentators at KPMG have warned acquisitive companies to beware of the faltering green-back.
As the US dollar struggles against other leading world currencies, M&A commentators at KPMG warn acquisitive companies to beware the ‘siren call’ of the faltering greenback.
Ten years ago, during the dotcom mania, many were predicting the demise of exhibition, and the birth of a glorious new age of virtual trade shows.
Sanjiv Kainth, country manager, India and head-South Asia, Irdeto, shares his thoughts with ET on a wide range of issues on content business and the need for security.
Suparna Mitra, Marketing Head of Titan, spoke to ET about Titan’s blueprint for sustained leadership and plans to stay ahead in the game. Excerpts:
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