By Navi Radjou & Jaideep Prabhu Frugal innovation is now a hot topic in India. Indeed, a few trailblazing Indian firms are already celebrated the world over for their frugal products and services. We believe, however, that Corporate India views ... Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
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Universities in UK and US are driving Indian firms expansion across the globe, new re claims. Among the bosses of top Indian companies who have been educated in the UK or US are Ratan Tata, the former Chairman of the Tata Group, who attended Cornell ...MyScience, 10 hours ago UK and US higher education boosts inward investment The University of Warwick, 3 hours ago
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) which send their employees to study abroad, particularly to developed countries like the US and UK, are more likely to grow faster and achieve more success, a recent study says. SMEs that send their employees to ...SME Times, 2 days ago Want your company to grow from 'zero to hero'? Send workers abroad to learn Oneindia, 1 week ago Want to grow? Send workers abroad to learn ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
Indirect learning in mature markets crucial to developing-country firms growth, says research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Concern about a brain drain of executives from developing countries who work in mature markets is misplaced because such ...PRWeb, 3 days ago Concern about executive 'brain drain' from developing countries is misplaced Benzinga.com, 3 days ago
How do some companies from less-developed nations go from "zero to hero" in such a short amount of time relative to large Western firms? A new study in the Journal of Marketing suggests that learning from the experience of others (indirect learning) ...Science Daily, 6 days ago
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VICTOR HUGO once said that nothing can stop an idea whose time has come. He failed to add that a lousy product launch can delay it. In the first decade of this century it seemed that frugal innovation's time had indeed arrived: to meet surging ...Global Advisors, 1 week ago
BENGALURU: WS Retail, the top seller on online marketplace Flipkart, is looking to spin off its logistics arm, Ekart, into a wholly owned subsidiary to make the privately held company comply with regulatory requirements of different states, two ...Economic Times, 1 week ago
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Vijay Govindarajan & Gunjan Bagla- Govindarajan is Professor at Tuck School of Business. Bagla is MD Amritt What they say: India enters 2015 facing a perfect storm of domestic and international goodwill. If Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivers on ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
Fresh useful insights for people advancing quality, innovative and sustainable journalism OFF THE TOP You might have heard: Reuters will no longer allow comments on news stories But did you know: TheWeek.com announces that it is closing its ...American Press Institute, 1 month ago
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