The past decade has led to an explosion in tri-sector interaction frame-works in popular business literature with leading American Policy Academic Joseph Nye exalting business leaders to re-frame their capabilities as a ‘Tri-Sector Athlete’; by adapting the requisite tools required for each sector to maximize shared value. The Private Sector under the wider conceptual rubric … More Unpacking the Myth of ‘Shared Value’
The Food & Beverages Sector is the most segregated and stratified in the country as it ranges from the street corner fast food joint to a reasonable eatery to the ephemeral star hotels. An eatery has severe quality control limitations as an authorised eatery will have to get about 70 odd registrations and licenses done … More Lessons in Business from a Bottom up Urban Entrepreneur
Global Capital is accumulated and dispersed in the hyper-connected superhighways of the ICT Sector-Financial ‘fort’ Industrial Complex. Information Technology, Finance, Consulting are the jobs which the brightest of brains in the developing world are vying for. The Nehruvian Ideal of Industries being the Temples of Modern India are passe. Manufacturing in India has been a … More The tough questions for the knowledge sector?
With the triumphant win of the Narendra Modi campaign and the Right riding home with an absolute majority; the Political Right in India has gauged the pulse of the nation by moving away from faith based politics and riding the wave of the strong rhetoric of development and muscular leadership. In contrast, the Left of … More Reimagining the Left of Centre in India