The former McKinsey chief’s tell-all book is an attempt to offer his side of a story that sent shockwaves around the world. But the book is unlikely to sway his detractors. In an interview, Gupta shares some of the lessons he learnt from the crisis—and a lot more
Category : people
In his new book, Nobel Peace Prize winner Yunus argues that social businesses can help solve poverty, unemployment and pollution. However, we need to work hard to make it happen
If money be the only metric to measure the worth of a man, Ray Dalio is a hugely successful creature and his “Principles” are worth emulating. But the unexamined life is not worth living or emulating either
For all the hyperbole that exists around the idea of India, step into the real India, and all notions implode. Ours is a nation of young people with no idea of what to do with them
Sam Pitroda's biography, Dreaming Big, provides much needed perspective from the inside into how Indian telecom came out of the boondocks to be a force to reckon with
It's easy to blame the speed and reach of online technology for the problems leading up to Housing.com's CEO's resignation. But technology only quickens and amplifies people's actions
The state of journalism today came about because my tribe misused the power vested in them.
As organisations get more and more younger, Ram Charan focuses on how CEOs will need to change the way they lead.
The search for higher purpose
An effort to make sure that the best and brightest don’t get left behind merely because they were born poor or underprivileged