'Rebrain or Rot' is the new theme of Business Today. It is all about learning and reskilling at all times and arming yourself with the tools to navigate in the present and the future, said Business Today magazine editor Prosenjit Datta in his inaugural address.
In the long run, you will have to look at concepts like Universal Minimum Income, said Abhinav Chopra, CHRO, Viacom 18.
We have to reflect as leaders as to what message we send through our words and actions. In learning zone, when we want to focus on something we haven't mastered yet, we are bound to make mistakes, said Eduardo Briceno, co founder, Mindset Works.
Inaction is a sure death. When you can not predict or shape the future, you need to be agile, said Janmejaya Sinha Chairman, BCG
Who we are is more important than what we do. Good leaders empower, they don't micromanage. No hierarchy, no bureaucracy isn't the answer to organizational issues, said Lisa Gill, founder of Reimaginaire.
Leaders may think that they change organisation, but in fact they change people, said Sunil Lulla MD & Chairman, Grey Worldwide.
The government needs to skill people for new kind of jobs, said Prakash Rao,Founding Member and Head of HCM PeopleStrong.
Each generation thinks it is smarter than the past and better than the future. I don't think that's going to change: said SV Nathan, Group HR Head, Deloitte.
Collaboration is the key. Be it academia, corporate or the government, said Rajkamal Vempati CHRO, Axis Bank.
Mark Inglis, the only double amputee to scale Mt Everest noted that every adversity brings with it an opportunity. "There's a mountaineer who will never have frostbite again and will never have to buy hiking boots," he joked.
One of the topics discussed at the Business Today MindRush, held in Mumbai on January 13, was-"Union Budget: Any scope for Good News?" The panel discussion was moderated by Rajeev Dubey, Editor, businesstoday.in and Business Television.
Eminent human resource professionals from across industries spoke about how today's disruptive workforce is also faced with balancing the vast and varied employee culture in an discussion on 'How to Make Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, Millennials Work in One Frame'.