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Infosys
Five change drivers that will shape its growth over the next decade
IBM
They have changed the way we shop, look after our health and make payments. And this is just the beginning
Infosys
The potential of third party platforms in managing governance and business
Infosys
What does it take to manage a global team in today’s dynamic and changing work environment?
IBM
Given the anticipated rise in urbanisation in the coming decades, cities are expected to transform to a place where many different people and companies collectively work to make lives better and more sustainable. The shift to smart buildings has begun
Sanjeev Gupta
Scarce resources should first be directed where necessary; health, security and safety must get priority
Kumar Parakala
About 80 percent of the people working in my team would quit or stay because of one thing—my own leadership
IBM
They can be used to share content and provide useful services in remote and less developed areas of the country
Infosys
Where should companies invest in order to make digital transformation economical in the future?
NextGen
Social media will create new and cheaper opportunities to reach out to stakeholders, conduct social audits and obtain information. While proactive companies can use such opportunities to grow, laggards may never know when they get trapped in a social media storm
 
 
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April 15, 2015 18:42 pm by Rakesh Pimplikar
Nicely written! Mobile apps have certainly become an integral part of our lives.
April 15, 2015 12:55 pm by Vineet
They make trash. I bought Sail sedan in 2013, drove it for 8 months and am now fighting a consumer court case for last 15 months. Car is an absolute trash - 20 repairs in 8 months including engine change/suspension repair/sounds from all over the dashboard/windscreen/vibrating window glasses etc etc...
April 15, 2015 08:59 am by Ganeshbabu Rajasekaran
Good thought points reflecting the true needs of the current day business. I personally like the idea of collaborating the internal and external innovations to achieve substantial business values.
April 14, 2015 08:31 am by Fix Moneycontrol Com | Home
[...] Why did Narayana Murthy come back to Infosys? | Forbes … – Until unless infosys changes his policy of recruiting the employees , they will be facing the same kind of problems in future too and also they are loosing the assets …… [...]
April 12, 2015 22:22 pm by Captain N Gopalakrishnan
Captain Gopinath's LCC model is really a wonderful modei. When Connor McCarthy of Ryan Air categorically stated LCC was not viable in India on four grounds, Gopinath proved it viable and successful. The failure occured due to non-consolidation of operation restricting to Tier II and Tier III cities...
 
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