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    Dibeyendu Ganguly

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    Work-life balance, best part of their job, advice for others: Bosses on this year's ET Women Ahead list share insightsPuma India's MD Abhishek Ganguly found his best friend while travellingEnjoy highs, but be prepared to reset: Federal Bank MD Shyam SrinivasanOn PepsiCo India boss Ahmed El Sheikh’s bucket list: Brazil during carnival
    When Bhupen Khakhar came out, through meAfter years of secrecy, a victory for LGBTQ IncET Women's Forum: It’s always tricky trying to portray women, says artist Deepti NairGirl Effect rides on technology to empower poor adolescents
    Global IBM executives to work with NGOs in India, chairman Vanitha Narayanan excited to host themET's Young Leaders: India's top CEOs decode the making of future global chiefsThe Economic Times & Spencer Stuart present the definitive listing of India Inc’s future leadersIndia's best companies to work for 2017: Award ceremony reflects egalitarian spirit
    Digital Age: Companies invest in young leadersBeing bossy and confident helped me come out: Radhika Piramal, MD, VIP IndustriesGlobal corporates pushing women to the top of hierarchy through training programmesChallenges that women directors on company boards face
    Why Indian businessmen like Anand Mahindra, Rashesh Shah do not speak their mindHundreds of jobs opening up as companies sharpen CSR intentBe it Mumbai or Changi, what is local may not always be global in airport designFor HR chiefs, LGBT is the new diversity frontier
    Up Close & Personal with Nirmal Jain Chairman, IIFL GroupWhy doing business in India is still far from easyBusinessmen ditch briefcases, take the softer option of backpack or messenger bagHow liquor giant Diageo is changing and being changed by United Spirits
    Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy: Making of a legendHow newly-minted CEOs build their personal brandHow Kuoni India's Zubin Karkaria turned a small Indian operation into a global money-spinner440 cities in emerging markets will boost global GDP till 2025: Richard Dobbs, McKinsey
    Cultural instincts of different societies have major implications for Indian MNCsGurus are people with solutions looking for problems, says Stanford's Hayagreeva RaoManagement theories will start to emerge from India, says Emory University's Jagdish ShethIIMs are yet to produce a big management idea, says HBS's Vijay Govindarajan
    The struggle to survive left no time to explore new business ideas, says Ivey's Niraj DawarTime is ripe for the next big management idea, says Kellogg School's Bala BalachandranTime for Indian gurus to wake up and bring a difference, says McCombs School's Vijay MahajanExternal perspective is important for success, says Dun & Bradstreet's Bob Carrigan
    Axing the Bell Curve: Why Microsoft, Cisco did CTRL+ALT+DEL to this appraisal toolHow Medwell Ventures is turning home healthcare into a professionally-run serviceFaith@Work: CEOs wear spirituality on their sleeves in troubled timesWe work for God, not for a boss, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger
    Global corporates creating social service program that doubles up as a leadership development programHow Anand Mahajan turned Saint Gobain India into a market leaderFirms are building systems to manage ops in distant landsHow Durga Jasraj and Neeraj Jaitly are expanding the universe for classical music concerts
    MNC bosses give tips on how to make friends & influence global headquartersRewind & Play: Advice that top business honchos would like to give their younger selvesIndians have owned homes in London for a long time: Knight Frank head Alistair ElliottHow Gautam Singhania is refashioning Raymond for the digital age
    Why Michelin's Jean-Dominique Senard would be happy to sell fewer tyresCyber crime is much more prevalent than we realise: Amrita Chowdhury, Country Head, Harlequin IndiaHow CEOs hone their listening skills
    How CEOs hone their listening skills
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    India's Best Companies For CSR 2014: Tata Chemicals spends Rs 12 cr every year; wildlife conservation tops priority
    Decoding the Marwari model of business successHow Eureka Forbes invented a recipe for integrating its Swiss acquisitionGoing the extra mile: Mahindra & Mahindra’s board puts in longer hours for speedy returnsA healthy mix of old-timers & conservatism keeps HDFC board going
    Want to be a leader? Learn to become one through CSR activitiesReinventing Axis Bank: CEO Shikha Sharma brings in smooth transition, creating trustM&M empowers its managers to take risksICICI Bank hires astronauts & sportsmen to inspire its young managers
    Touch-screen kiosks, tablets for S&M staff - M&M drives digital to push sales'Maximum interplay and employee interaction boosts workplace productivity'Three books, many useful tips on the value of team-work & collaborationNR Narayana Murthy regains top spot in most powerful CEOs list, dislodges Mukesh Ambani to second position
    Infosys is like my middle child, says NR Narayana MurthyMy success lies in being able to balance the big and small: Chanda KochharFood for thought: What makes Mumbai's dabbawalas successfulEx-BP CEO John Browne champions LGBT rights at the workplace
    Move over family, Pidilite makes way for outsiders at the top rung'Bitcoin is bad in its current avatar. That’s why it’s the villain of my latest novel'.How scientific experimentation checks strategic uncertainty in businessMentor, Coach and Friend: Three attributes a CEO must have
    Best companies to work for 2014: How Marriott Hotels India climbed up to be in the top threeFor fifth year in a row, Google emerges as country’s best company to work for: SurveyMahindra rides on its tractor and SUV biz to sell two-wheelersMahindra rides on its tractor and SUV biz to sell two-wheelers
    Why performance is not the right measure to assess people for future rolesRural banking, priority sector lending: IDFC Bank looks forward to meeting stipulations others dreadBiki Oberoi built a global luxury brandHow Alfa Laval's Lila Poonawalla is leveraging lessons from career to promote higher education for underprivileged girls
    How Cyrus Poonawalla's son, Adar Poonawalla is boldly changing course of the family businessWhy Kishore Biyani is on a creation, preservation and destruction missionHow Zubin Irani is reorganizing United Tech biz around key clientsHow Tom Lynch transformed the scandal-ridden Tyco Electronics into TE Connectivity
    Jisang Yoo: Why Koreans consider CEO of Mirae Asset Global Investments to be the India-expertWhat skydiving and fire-walking taught John Holden about leadership and lifeL'Oreal builds Indian business painstakingly; now ready for the big leapGet ready to change your most fundamental beliefs: Alan Iny, author of Thinking in New Boxes
    Work-life balance in mind, Wilfried Aulbur shifts Roland Berger from Mumbai to PuneFull Circle: From selling milk to cities, Amul now selling value-added products back to villages
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