Has your Company adopted OKR?

By Salil Mathur, a Freelance consultant with IndusGuru Agile enterprises are progressively implementing a new approach for goal setting which is quite modestly called OKR (Objectives and Key Results). Unlike usual top-down methods of planning, OKR is a simple, fast-cadence, bottom-up process that engages with the team’s perspective and creativity. So what is the big difference […]

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Corporate Governance Issues in India

By Jill Mehta, Freelance Consultant @ IndusGuru “Disappointed, hurt and shocked” – Chanda Kochhar (former MD and CEO, ICICI Bank) Widely heard these words are spoken by one of the most iconic banking leaders India had. While there are many other cases that have raised our brows several times due to corporate governance lapses, classic cases like one […]

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As US Closes China Gate Will Indian Windows Open? What India must do?

By Salil Mathur (A consultant with IndusGuru) From soya beans to automobiles, from lumber to lobsters and from industries big to small the impact of Trump’s frown on China is only acquiring seismic proportions. India’s windows could be opening in both directions as Global Value Chain (GVC) see disruptions never experienced before. Its possible overflow […]

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The Youth’s War Cry “Save Our Earth”

By Pilli Chaudhuri Freelance Consultant @IndusGuru Margaret Mead, a famous American anthropologist’s saying “we won’t have a society if we destroy the environment” is a hard-hitting truth that every individual has to understand today. All human endeavors including extraterrestrial exploration, scientific progress, industrial prowess, economic upliftment and improved standard of life sound futile and pointless, without the […]

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Industry Expectation Will Compel Delivery From MODI 2.0

By Salil Mathur (A consultant with IndusGuru) As the nation moved closer to the general elections, the economists of political leanings churned out fervent essays, which were largely rhetorical and made little impression or were not even read. Through the 1990s and early 2000s the economists and planners worked strenuously to present Congress as the […]

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“Lifelong Learning and Professional Renewal”

By Pilli Chaudhuri Freelance Consultant @IndusGuru Science and technology have increased the average life expectancy of human beings by a decade since 1990’s, thereby extending the healthy lifespan of executives who retire at the, now, young and active age of 60. Science says work keeps humans healthy, both mentally and physically. But when the corporate framework retires […]

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IndusGuru – 3rd Anniversary!

As India draws towards the cross-roads again in an election-year, we at IndusGuru came to the end of another ‘event-ful’ year – in more ways than one! And time to reflect on promises made and promises kept, and then to make some resolutions for the future. IndusGuru – Gurukul’s launch event – “Thriving in the […]

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‘Thriving in the gig economy’ organized by IndusGuru got together more than 100 senior freelance professionals

By Brijesh Desai Published on April 1, 2019 on The Free Press Journal Freelancing has truly come of age for the modern corporate professional in India. In an era of increasing life-spans, and shortening career-spans, how can experienced professionals prepare themselves for the changing demands of jobs and careers? And how can they adapt and […]

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A DENT ON “RELIANCE”: The Fall of Reliance Communication

By Jill Mehta, Freelance Consultant @ IndusGuru “Every time you borrow money, you’re robbing your future self.” ―Nathan W. Morris The decision to go into debt alters the course condition of the company. You no longer own it, you are owned. Anil Ambani led Reliance communication had a similar experience with debt. Rcom’s debt increased to Rs. 47000 […]

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