My simulation on family businesses, Honey Heritage, published by Havard Business Publishing covered in today’s TOI
My thoughts on managing a balance between the two, in “Balancing business, family difficult but achievable,” Times of India, Mohnish Nelarwar, Jan 28, 2018. (https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nagpur/balancing-business-family-difficult-but-achievable/articleshow/62675060.cms)
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)
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
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.
An article in FT.com on Ferrero speaks on how the famous chocolate company is changing. It also refers to Nestle and Lindt changing accordingly in tune with the more health-conscious new customer requirements. A thought provoking article, for all family businesses to think, how do we remain relevant in today’s times?
My latest article in the latest issue of Forbes Thought Leadership. It considers recent actions by reputed companies and discusses these actions.
Ok I must confess that this piece in BusinessLine was somewhat not quite recent, but highly overdue. This took some time to get the research, but I consider this as a fascinating story of how one family patriarch, Y Hamied of Cipla has shown vision in ensuring the longevity of his firm. This is not …
The issue of LGBT in Business Families has never been discussed. My take on the issues that business families may have to face, in today’s Economic Times. I have addressed implications on marriage, employment, family dynamics, succession planning, level of comfort for the family members and social relationships.
Given how QSR (Quick service restaurants) are hot now, with venture capitalists chasing them and newer stores opening up everywhere, I often wondered how do the new startups manage growth? how are they able to leverage the competencies of the systems and their people to offer an uniform customer experience ? And I am disappointed …