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Sushma Vishnani
New Delhi, March 16, 2017
Disruption is often used as an effective strategy by a new and powerful entrant to outcast strong incumbent competitors.


Saurabh Sharma
New Delhi, October 28, 2016
Former Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry on Tuesday called Ratan Tata's brainchild Nano a loss-making project. He also said that any turnaround strategy for Tata Motors required it to shut it down, but was not done due to emotional reasons.


Josey Puliyenthuruthel
December 17, 2014
If India's leadership can focus on what's good for the nation and its people, it has an opportunity to catapult the country from global middle-income economies.


Clayton Christensen
December 13, 2014
In a rare interview, Christensen tells Business Today the relevance of his theory of disruptive innovation and explains with real-life examples how it could play out in today's context.


Akshay Mehra
December 2, 2014
Few common themes that Akshay Mehra sees across organizations that make innovation difficult.


Sanjeev Jha
November 26, 2014
Skill development remains one of our biggest challenges. The root of this imbalance lies in the low quality and efficacy of primary education.


Srivatsa Krishna
July 19, 2012
The book looks at real-life business cases and provides key insights into living.


PTI
New Delhi, July 21, 2011
Two Indian companies Hindustan Unilever (HUL) and Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) have featured in the ten most innovative companies in the world by the US magazine Forbes' latest edition.


www.businesstoday.in
June 9, 2011
Y V Verma, COO, LG India talks about the books that have made him what he is today.


T.V. Mahalingam
July 6, 2010
They say they touch more consumers than any other Indian company — and it's not just with soaps, locks and cupboards.


Team BT
May 2, 2008
For more than a decade now, Coimbatore Krishnarao Prahalad has been the best-known management guru from India. Professor of Strategy at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Prahalad shot to fame with his book Competing for the Future, which he co-authored with Gary Hamel. He spoke to Business Today's R. Sridharan on innovation and his own intellectual journey over the years.


www.businesstoday.in
April 1, 2008
The most innovative companies don't do different things, they just do things differently. And that seems to make all the difference.


Nitya Varadarajan
January 21, 2008
There are some great technologies available today but businesses need to choose the ones that best suit their requirements.


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