The Business Today MindRush was introduced in 2013 to bring the
Indian business community in closer contact with global thought
leadership. It was conceived a platform for young CEOs and
senior executives, where they can come together and interact
with global management gurus, top Indian thought leaders,
executive icon, and spiritual gurus. MindRush is a platform for
the leaders of tomorrow to hone their management thinking,
business strategies, and spiritual and emotional happiness to
make for a happy and successful leadership of tomorrow’s
The theme for Business Today Mindrush this year is 'Rebrain or Rot', which is also the new theme of the Business Today magazine. It is about re-learning in an ever-changing world, said Prosenjit Datta, Editor, Business Today while delivering the opening speech.
Business Today's fifth edition of MindRush, with the stimulating theme 'Rebrain or Rot', took off with an interesting and an extremely relevant discussion on 'How to Make Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, Millennials Work in One Frame'.
It is important for organisations to nurture a growth mindset than stick to the traditional fixed mindset, in a world where change is the norm, said Eduardo Briceno, Co-founder of Mindset Works.
The panel discussion on 'Reinventing Organisations: Do you predict and control, or sense and react' highlighted that change is constant, and organisations should be looking at it at all times.
With dim hope of any revival in private investments, all eyes are on Budget 2018 for the much-needed push to the economy.
As the exhilarating day of BT MindRush was coming to a close, it was time to honour the best corporate leaders. The chief guest at the event, Jayant Sinha, Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation, handed over the awards to the winners.