Throughout his career, the spin wizard seldom pulled his punches. His aggressive brand of leadership defined the rise of the champion Ranji side—and for the first time challenged Mumbai’s dominance. An extract from the book 'The Sardar of Spin'
Category : leadership
The fees they earn is not a measure of how well a consultant has served the client. These three stories of change—of BP’s turnaround, Mexico City’s municipal workers, and of young consultants who want to make a real difference—show what a consultant's job really is. Extracted from Arun Maira’s latest book, ‘The Solutions Factory: A Consultant’s Handbook for Problem-solving’
To transform and build better governance, which of the two levers ought a leader use? Compliance? Or culture?
The post pandemic era will need fresh thinking and an ability to learn and adapt
Neha Singh, co-founder of Tracxn Technologies, talks about why she chose to be a generalist despite her techie credentials; how the startup ecosystem is evolving in India; and what founders ought to know about venture capitalists
How Leaders Can Embrace the Gig Mindset
Gig-mindsetters are any entity’s secret weapon in these volatile times. Who exactly are they, and how can leaders nurture them? Jane McConnell, Ravi Venkatesan, and Santosh Desai offer different lenses to understand and encourage this new breed
As I reflect on the initial months of Hustle Fuel, here’s a curated collection of the wisdom and helpful life lessons I’ve picked up from the leaders I’ve interacted with along the way
In honour of Pride Month, I reflect on how the lived experiences of openly gay leaders in the corporate sector can help us all prepare better for parity in the workplace
After scaling up, do you get a professional to lead as CEO or continue at the helm? Where do you draw the lines between ownership and management? Is it better to exit totally or wait until the kids have grown up? If they want to, how do you induct them? When a crisis happens, do you step in or let professionals handle it? These are questions that Anand Deshpande, founder and chairman of Persistent Systems, has wrestled with and opens up on in this candid conversation
On the virtues of underconfidence, saying yes to “no”, ending ‘manologues’, and more