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Kanika Datta: TINA at Tata

Natarajan Chandrasekaran will be, in effect, the second TINA candidate to make it to this top job Business Standard, 3 days ago

Kanika Datta: 'Multinationals' without global brands

India Inc has barely taken a shuffling step forward
 Business Standard5 days ago

No holidays please! We are Indian

Repeated surveys have shown that India is among the world's top vacation-deprived countries. Kanika Datta reflects on our work-life balance — the lack thereof that is. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Work-life balance -- or the lack thereof -- is the Next Big Thing in corporate culture, right up there with gender equality. Achieving it is, apparently, such a complex business these days that it demands the services of professionally trained specialists called Life Coaches, with ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Letters: Vacations are important  Business Standard1 month ago Kanika Datta: The hard-working Indian  Business Standard1 month ago

The 'manufacturing nationalism' of Modi and Trump

Both have made factory jobs the centre of their economic agendas. Kanika Datta explains the practical limits to their ambitions. IMAGE: The branding versus manufacturing trade-off poses rather different conundrums for the manufacturing nationalisms of Mr Trump and Mr Modi, whose countries are at opposing ends of the development trajectory. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters. Here is some -- no doubt gratuitous -- advice for United States President-elect Donald Trump and Indian Prime ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Kanika Datta: Trump, Modi and the jobs conundrum  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Kanika Datta: 'Westernisation' & its discontents

Karnataka minister deplored westernisation for 'making young women irresistible to loutish men'
 Business Standard1 week ago

The queue jumpers of India

Kanika Datta reflects on Indians and our relationship with snaking queues from the license raj to demonetisation. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised the long-suffering citizens of India -- or, at any rate, those in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, the state next up for Assembly elections -- that the queue for cash would be the last line in which they would ever stand. Governments in the past had made them stand in line for rice, sugar, kerosene, he ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Kanika Datta: Lines of control  Business Standard1 month ago

Kanika Datta: Amazing grace and Amazon's message

It is hard to understand, though, why Indian corporate leaders should choose to prostrate themselves to political leaderships either
 Business Standard1 month ago

Kanika Datta: Tatas' unique governance challenge

Tata governing ethos is not all that different from the rest. Irony, perhaps, is that the culture is being put to a unique challenge in India's largest corporate group
 Business Standard2 months ago

Kanika Datta: Fashion statements

The incoming First Lady is a former model who has retained all the glamour of the ramp
 Business Standard1 month ago

Kanika Datta: Gender politics is not a vote winner

Notions of women's rights among women alone have many differentiators across income and education levels
 Business Standard2 months ago
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