Prize-based public competitions are emerging as a smart way to encourage social innovation and technological development in a way that benefits mankind. An exclusive extract from the book 'Crooked Minds: Creating An Innovative Society' shows us how
Category : strategy-and-innovation
The Simputer showed that India can design an innovative tech product. What holds it back? Its capability in hardware manufacturing and very little experience in marketing a new category of devices.
New Rules of Business 2.0 / Disruptors
In this video, Kunal Shah, founder and chairman of FreeCharge, talks about the behavioural insights behind FreeCharge and how trust in people gets you the best outcomes
From a distance, India looks pretty. But the ground it stands on is shaky. Policies framed in Lutyens’ Delhi are distanced from Indian realities. Entrepreneurship is the victim
It is paradoxical—past data becomes more valuable just when current data diverges dramatically from past trends
Stories At Work
Deliberate practice can make you a natural storyteller
By integrating ideas from a host of new approaches like Design Thinking, continuous learning, coaching and facilitation, one can create distinctive and relevant learning opportunities
Literary agents in India can be more than a bridge between authors and publishers. They can add value to both at different stages of book creation.
People move seamlessly between the physical and the digital world. Shouldn’t your consumer experience too? A four-step model shows how to create a better experience
The ball is in Cyrus Mistry’s court. But does he really have enough ammo to make Ratan Tata blink? If he does, it could force a truce and a possible mediation. Here are some possible scenarios