Summary: Indian two-wheeler giant TVS Motor Company has evolved through the ages as not just one of India’s biggest two-wheeler manufacturer but also a responsible and ethical corporation. As the world grapples numerous man-made crises—climate change, air and water pollution, and their resultant repercussions—TVS’ policies and innovative approaches can prove to be a role model for its industry as well as others.
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).
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.
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!
A star performing employee gets elevated to a big leadership position, but one that is different from his domain. The situation throws up questions such as- ‘How does one learn to say “no” to an offer that is lucrative but not something that one wants do? Once one accepts this offer, but is unable to live up to the expectation of his/her bosses, how does one get out of this sticky situation?
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