I was speaking in a conference when I was asked about the Silver Spoon kids. This led me to write this article.
In defence of the Silver Spoon Kids, People Matters, January 3, 2018, https://www.peoplematters.in/blog/culture/in-defence-of-the-silver-spoon-kids-family-run-businesses-17144
My first article in an international publication!
7 considerations when hiring professionals for a family business 26th Sept. 2017, Inc.com USA. (https://www.inc.com/entrepreneurs-organization/7-considerations-when-hiring-professionals-for-a-family-business.html?cid=search)
On the Dabur Family http://m.economictimes.com/news/company/corporate-trends/a-family-that-deleted-the-ctrl-button/articleshow/60165818.cms
On the need for Family Businesses to Learn:
I just attended my convocation for my Ph.D. degree at BITS Pilani, Pilani campus on the 23rd July, 2017.
Seems so subliminal, working for over five years for this moment, and then it seems so simple and non-consequential!
Thank you once again, to all those who believed in me, I could not have done it without your support…
The lessons from Uber have had a few business leaders wondering what would the lessons be, if these leaders went back to B-school.
My tongue-in-cheek attempt at answering the question, What do leaders in top organisations need to know? My thoughts on “Lessons for Leaders” in the latest Forbes issue, thought leadership section. http://ow.ly/fz4H30dMsXB
I am happy that SPJIMR goes digital with over 50% of the textbooks in the incoming PGDM (2 year Management Program) batch have been delivered on the kindle. I am happy to have contributed to enabling this initiative, which, I am informed is for the first time in India. An unique collaboration with Amazon, Pearson, Harvard Business Publishing and SPJIMR! http://m.timesofindia.com/home/education/news/pgdm-students-at-spjimr-carry-fewer-textbooks-thanks-to-kindle/articleshow/59597848.cms
My take on the induction of professionals in the family business.. when should the family members be in the family business and when should they step down for the professionals? my take in the latest issue of Forbes, Thought Leadership.