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Billy Paul Ebenezer
January 2, 2020
Paternalistic Leadership which used to work well once upon a time (might still work for formal Organisations) is no longer the preferred model of Leadership


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 14, 2019
Ayukawa says a major reason behind the decline in sales this year was lack of affordability -- cost went up due to various factors, including government regulations, he says


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 14, 2019
Narayanan says that consumption may have dropped from 11-12 per cent to 7 per cent, but the roof hasn't fallen. \"I am optimistic about the Indian economy. It may not be a quick fix, but it's certainly not doomsday\"


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 14, 2019
CAG report tabled in parliament says the rate of transition of below poverty line households to the continued use of LPG remains a big challenge; the average refill consumption of 3.18 crore PMUY beneficiaries as on 31 December 2018, was just 3.21 times a year, say the report


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 14, 2019
Leaders of today's organisations should learn from epics such as Mahabharata, Ramayana and ancient management expert Chanakya's Arthshasthra to bring in changes, said Radhakrishna Pillai, management expert and author of the book, Corporate Chanakya. Speaking at a session on Corporate Chanakya at Business Today Mindrush, he said ideal leaders require certain traits, as Chanakya had elaborated in his book. One of them is ability to gather and dissect information, by either directly pursuing or indirectly pursuing or through perceived or inferred collection of information.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 14, 2019
Speaking at the annual event BT Mindrush, Aroon Purie, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, India Today Group, stressed on the criticality of the job of a CEO. He explained how businesses were coping with blistering change. Watch the video for more.


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
The Indian industry is going through disruptions but that does not mean that you will die if you don't disrupt, said Pradhan, noting that data is the new oil and the government is formulating a new data policy. Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas and Steel was speaking at BT Mindrush 2019. Listing achievements of the Modi government, he said electricity has reached rural houses, cooking gas has been provided to the poor and toilets have been built to make India open-defecation free. Watch the video for his keynote address.


Aprajita Sharma
Mumbai, December 13, 2019
Recognised as one of the most coveted industry awards, BT Best CEO Awards are evaluated on several business parameters including the company's growth in revenue and profit, innovation and transformational changes, impactful strategies and contribution to the nation's growth


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
The worst is not behind us in terms of falling GDP, said members of a panel that discussed 'Disrupting The Slowdown' in BT Mind Rush. \"We are not seeing a bottoming out of GDP. There is a need to stop denying that there is a slowdown. This government takes too long to accept that there is a problem. This denial is causing the problem and also causing confusion,\" said Mahesh Vyas, CEO, CMIE. Samiran Chakraborty, Chief Economist, Citibank India, Ashima Goyal, a member of the PMEAC, Jay Panda, a politician  were also a part of the panel. Watch the video for more.


Nevin John
December 13, 2019
Smartphones have become window to the outside world for accumulation of information, entertainment, health, travel and sports, besides consumption, he said. According to Mardikar, a billion consumers migrated to the digital world in the last 3-4 years


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
India may be going through a slowdown, but it's certainly not doomsday, say CEOs of India Inc at the Business Today Mindrush event. Despite the automobile sector being the worst impacted in the current economic slowdown, Maruti Suzuki India, CEO, Kenichi Ayukawa, said that he looks at India as the most progressive market in the world. \"We are investing and preparing for the future.\" Suresh Narayanan, Chairman and MD, Nestle India said that consumption may have dropped from 11-12 per cent to 7 per cent, but the roof hasn't fallen. \"I am optimistic about the Indian economy. It may not be a quick fix, but it's certainly not doomsday.\"


Ajita Shashidhar
December 13, 2019
Despite the automobile sector being the worst impacted in the current economic slowdown, Maruti Suzuki India, CEO, Kenichi Ayukawa, said that he looks at India as the most progressive market in the world. \"We are investing and preparing for the future.\"


PB Jayakumar
Mumbai, December 13, 2019
The Indian industry is going through disruptions but that does not mean that you will die if you don't disrupt, said Pradhan, noting that data is the new oil and the government is formulating a new data policy


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
Co-working or flexible workspaces are growing at a scorching pace in India. There are over 300 operators and a recent report stated that flexible space operators were shifting focus towards leasing medium to large-sized spaces. The millennial employee is at the heart of the trend. Millennials want to work out of places that are closer to their homes. Most Indian cities are congested and people are placing a high priority on time. Watch as Harsh Lambah, Country Manager, Regus, Karan Virwani, CWEO, WeWork India, Ritesh Malik, Founder, Innova8, Dr Sandeep Sancheti, VC, SRM University discuss this mindset shift with Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today at BT Mindrush 2019.


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
Birla urged corporate India to have a framework which promotes acceptance of mental health. If a company's most talented employees begin to underperform for a prolonged time, if they are unable to cope with their daily deadlines or have suddenly turned quiet or overtly aggressive, then it's a red flag and employees' mental well-being has to be at once looked into. Birla launched Mpower four years ago. Watch the video for more.


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
\"Your lives are in danger.\" The warning marked the start of the session, \"Rethinking the Future,\" by Pranjal Sharma, economic analyst and writer who focuses on technology, globalisation and media. He was referring to the fact that automation - from drones to artificial intelligence (AI) to blockchain - will impact our jobs and lives in ways we still find it difficult to imagine. Watch the video for more.


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
At the end of 2017, India had about eight unicorns. Today, there are 30. Yet another nuance of the ecosystem is the fact that the time to becoming a unicorn is shrinking - while it took well over five years for Flipkart, Udaan, a business-to-business e-commerce firm, did it in two. Why is this time span shrinking? At Business Today's annual conclave MindRush in Mumbai, four venture capitalists got together to explain. Anjali Bansal of Avaana Capital, Karthik Reddy, Co-founder of Blume Ventures, Rehan Yar Khan, Managing Partner of Orios Venture Partners, and Tej Kapoor, Managing Director and Head of Fosun RZ Capital India, pointed to a confluence of factors. Watch the video for more.


BusinessToday.In
MUMBAI, December 13, 2019
Kavil Ramachandran, Professor and Executive Director, Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise, Indian School of Business,  Hyderabad spoke at the BT Mindrush 2019 event about strengthening family businesses. Speaking at the seventh edition of Business Today MindRush  event on the subject 'How to fortify family business', Ramachandran says family businesses should do a PEST (political, economical, socio-cultural and technology) analysis and scenario building, find opportunities in disruption, balance portfolio of products, quick but balanced response, sustain owner passion and bring in a board for constant monitoring and advice. Watch the video for more.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 13, 2019
Addressing the 'time' challenge, holistic fitness trainer and accomplished pilates teacher Vesna Pericevic Jacob said you don't have to slot a special hour in a day for exercise; take out time for small pockets of movement through the course of the day and you'll be good. Whereas, echoing the thoughts, fitness and wellness expert Nawaz Modi Singhania said there are exercises that give you high impact in less time. Jacob and Singhania were speaking at the seventh edition of Business Today MindRush. They also showed some easy moves to the power-packed gathering that one can perform sitting on the chair or standing across the desk. Watch the video for more.


Goutam Das
Mumbai, December 13, 2019
Technology companies will always push the envelope on regulation but the government must listen, say experts at BT Mindrush event


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