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Mitigating risks

by Perry Carpenter
Indian Management October 2022

Security culture is not something that can be built overnight. Having said that, sustained investments in security culture will bring better security RoI in the long run and help organisations build a human defence layer that every industry today desperately needs.

Perry Carpenter is Chief Evangelist and Security Officer, KnowBe4. He is also author, The Security Culture Playbook: An Executive Guide to Reducing Risk and Developing Your Human Defense Layer.

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Harmony of body and mind

A sense of well-being—whatever that means to us—results in a number of benefits with research showing greater efficiency, more effective interpersonal interactions and taking of opportunities, greater motivation, and even greater cognitive flexibility (resulting in better problem solving and creativity).

by Audrey Tang
Indian Management February 2024

Tech for the world

New tech applications emerging in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) make it possible to leverage sustainable impact at scale, and at the same time, seize exciting market opportunities. Yet businesses have only tapped into a fraction of sustainable technology’s potential.

by Marga Hoek
Indian Management February 2024

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A sense of well-being—whatever that means to us—results in a number of benefits with research showing greater efficiency, more effective interpersonal interactions and taking of opportunities, greater motivation, and even greater cognitive flexibility (resulting in better problem solving and creativity).

by Audrey Tang
Indian Management February 2024

Rehumanising management

With the global realisation and attitude that ‘life is short’, people are putting themselves first more than they were before. How an employee’s values are met within their workplace can be make or break for an organisation. People are now voting with their feet, with staff more likely to jump ship and find new roles that align better with what matters most to them, rather than stick with the traditional stability of an unsatisfying and unrewarding job.

by Dominic Ashley-Timms and Laura Ashley-Timms
Indian Management January 2024
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