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The time has come

by Peggy Smedley
Indian Management July 2021

For years, the cost of sustainability is what held many businesses back. Now, we have reached the precipice where the cost of ‘not’ being sustainable might be too high. Sustainability is increasingly becoming a business imperative—one that organisations cannot afford to overlook as they build their post-COVID business strategies.

Peggy Smedley is founder and President, Specialty Publishing Media (SPM); Editorial Director, Constructech and Connected World; and radio host, The Peggy Smedley Show. She is also author, Sustainable in a Circular World and Mending Manufacturing

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Oh! Those lala companies

A generic name for family-run businesses in India, ‘lala companies’ have unique attributes—great rewards…and greater punishment, if the lala stops liking your face!

by Krishan Kalra
Indian Management December 2022

Find the balance

There is substantial research showing that people who are successful in a holistic way—not just at making money—have high emotional intelligence. Do not confuse intelligence quotient (IQ) with EQ. Effective leaders allow themselves to be emotional privately. They process it, then come back and give the public their best selves, communicating constructively and listening more than talking.

by Jill Bausch
Indian Management December 2022

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There is substantial research showing that people who are successful in a holistic way—not just at making money—have high emotional intelligence. Do not confuse intelligence quotient (IQ) with EQ. Effective leaders allow themselves to be emotional privately. They process it, then come back and give the public their best selves, communicating constructively and listening more than talking.

by Jill Bausch
Indian Management December 2022

The decade’s new currencies

No organisation or industry can think of having a future without incorporating data, talent, and learning in its operations. The future is still young and these three have a role to play in shaping it.

by Bruno Lanvin
Indian Management November 2022
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