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Elements of excellence to bring about a 'C' change

  • Jun 13, 2019 | Economic Times

Nestle India CMD, Mr. Suresh Narayanan shares 10 C's Principle for a successful management career while delivering convocation address at Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon.

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A welcome initiative by Delhi University : Indrajeet Vadgama, PGDM 2018-20 quoted in a story

  • Jun 08, 2019 | The Hindu

The Delhi University has mandated that the academic documents of students seeking admission will be put through a forensic test, henceforth. Will this ensure greater transparency?

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Soul Factor, the missing link in B-schools : Article by Dr Jones Mathew & Dr Satish Kalra

  • May 31, 2019 | The Hindu Business Line

Apart from the 'hard' skills, B-schools must impart business leaders with humility, humanity, empathy and humour. Often two questions posed by students in higher education, about to embark upon a corporate career, are these: "Why do blue-chip companies never/rarely consider Tier 2 institutions for recruitment?" And, "Are graduates from the top B-schools really much better than us (Tier 2 schools)?"

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Are We All Going Over The Top? : Article by Professor Anirban Chaudhuri

  • May 31, 2019 | Business World

Technology and its continuous evolution is most palpable in our infotainagement (information and entertainment for engaging ourselves) behaviours.  And media explores every opportunity to mirror this societal shift. Internet increasingly assuming faster speed, stronger bandwidth and wider coverage, services that ride on the net are closely monitored by commentators.

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How to market content successfully-the Ramayana way : Article by Professor Anirban Chaudhuri

  • May 28, 2019 | Forbes India

The largest democracy has given its verdict, and social media has been a favourite platform for ideologies to have mock fights online. Interestingly, a mythological character keeps popping up in serious debates every time the country goes to election. With Ram Navami falling within the seven phased general elections’ period this year, it was evident to have posts and counter posts that refer to Rama of Ramayana. Amidst this hullaballoo one just got intrigued by the value of Ramayana as a piece of content, bereft of any political and religious ideological representation.

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#Digital Nomads: Unraveling the Millennials' Way of Working and Living - Dr Poornima Gupta quoted in a story

  • May 22, 2019 | Entrepreneur India

The world always had nomads. But increasing demands, altering lifestyle and living in a digitized world along with the restraints of time have made way for what nowadays are being called as the "digital nomads."

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Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon, conducts 8th Annual Convocation

  • May 21, 2019 | Careers 360

Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon, held its 8th Annual Convocation for the Class of 2019 at New Delhi recently with 239 students successfully graduating in a ceremony graced by Chief Guest, Suresh Narayanan, Chairman & MD, Nestlé India Ltd.

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Lessons from the best - How's India's L&M industry can take it up a notch : Article by Dr Jones Mathew

  • May 13, 2019 | Financial Express

The rise of licensing & merchandising (L&M) in India has been based on the advancement of technology, rapid expansion of the marketplace and a surge in brand consciousness. In India, licensing alone is worth $1.26 billion as per the 2018 WTR Forrester Report. Of this, $406 million comes from entertainment industry licensing. These figures constitute 5-7% of the global licensing and merchandising market.

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Employee Exit - To retain or let go : A case study by Dr Poornima Gupta

  • May 12, 2019 | Human Capital

Employee turnover remains as an issue of grave concern for employers, and according to a study by Gallup, an employee lost implies a loss of up to twice the employee's annual salary apart from the possibility of losing out on the brand value. An organization gets in to a Catch 22 situation when a potential talent is exiting, and is unaware whether to hold him back by rewarding him or let him go.

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Why Barbie, Legos and Hamleys struggle in the Indian toy market : Umashankar Venkatesh quoted in the story

  • May 09, 2019 | Quartz India

From stuffed dolls to tin soldiers, there’s a common thread that runs through almost all toys sold in the world: the “Made in China” label. Relaxedmanufacturing norms have made China the base from wherenearly three-quarters of the world’s toys originate.

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