ISB Insights

ISB Insights As the flagship research periodical of the Indian School of Business (ISB), ISBInsight features research-driven insight and evidence-based opinion for practitioners, with a focus on Indian and emerging markets.
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The flagship research periodical of the Indian School of Business (ISB), ISBInsight features research-driven insight and evidence-based opinion for practitioners, with a focus on Indian and emerging markets.

Can international marketing alliances in emerging markets be a source of competitive advantage? Indian School of Busines...
09/05/2019
Partners in Rhythm

Can international marketing alliances in emerging markets be a source of competitive advantage? Indian School of Business Professors Kiran Pedada, S Arunachalam and Texas Tech University Professor Mayukh Dass discuss how managers can leverage resources and market conditions to make international marketing alliance decisions in the emerging market.

#alliance #emergingmarkets #management #marketing

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/partners-in-rhythm/

Partners in Rhythm -

Should we keep our strong biases and opinions at bay during professional interactions? Does being judgmental have a plac...
08/05/2019
To Judge or Not to Judge: The Non-Judgment Paradox in the Workplace

Should we keep our strong biases and opinions at bay during professional interactions? Does being judgmental have a place in the workplace? Work occupies so much of our waking time and mental space. Our new Mental Health @ Work series by Dr Swati Desai explores how we can stay focused and calm in the face of workplace stressors.

#mentalhealth #workplace #bias

Indian School of Business 2Meditate

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/to-judge-or-not-to-judge-the-non-judgment-paradox-in-the-workplace/

To Judge or Not to Judge: The Non-Judgment Paradox in the Workplace - Current Issue

"Startups can be revolutionary in peer-to-peer lending. You need money. I have the money", Sridhar Sidhu who leads Enter...
03/05/2019
Cybersecurity, Fintech and Serving the Underserved

"Startups can be revolutionary in peer-to-peer lending. You need money. I have the money", Sridhar Sidhu who leads Enterprise Information Security at Wells Fargo in India and Philippines discusses the cybersecurity function and the agility of fintech with Poornima Bushpala and Syed Hussaini.

#studentchallenge #fintech #startup

Wells Fargo | Indian School of Business

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'Businesses are constantly being redefined and this is not new. Apple started as a computer company that ventured into t...
30/04/2019
Facilitating Innovation on the Digital Frontier

'Businesses are constantly being redefined and this is not new. Apple started as a computer company that ventured into the music industry and then into the phone industry', Gopichand Katragadda, CEO at Myelin Foundry discusses how organisations can build innovation cultures in the digital age with Indian School of Business Professor Anand Nandkumar

#innovation #digital

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Facilitating Innovation on the Digital Frontier -

'The Internet is changing things in fundamental ways. It is enabling people. Now companies have to think of creative way...
29/04/2019
What to Know About the Indian Market

'The Internet is changing things in fundamental ways. It is enabling people. Now companies have to think of creative ways to exploit this connectivity', Indian School of Business Professor and Senior Associate Dean Siddharth Shekhar Singh discusses the finer points of doing business in India with Sumita Thakur.

#marketing #indiainside #technology #innovation

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What to Know About the Indian Market - Current Issue

Weak or strong? Formal or informal? When it comes to intellectual property (IP) and innovation, should India learn from ...
26/04/2019
Innovation and the Intellectual Property Promise

Weak or strong? Formal or informal? When it comes to intellectual property (IP) and innovation, should India learn from the international experience or its own?

On the World Intellectual Property Day, read ISBInsight's latest issue on the Innovation and the Intellectual Property Promise.

Indian School of Business
#worldipday #Innovation #IntellectualProperty #India

When it comes to intellectual property (IP) and innovation, should India learn from the international experience or its own? That dilemma is at the heart of our new issue on the theme, guest-edited by Professor Anand Nandkumar.

Although certain states and industries in India are pioneering innovations, significant regional and sectoral disparitie...
24/04/2019
Regional Disparities in the Indian Innovation Ecosystem

Although certain states and industries in India are pioneering innovations, significant regional and sectoral disparities persist. Dr Amit Kapoor and Chirag Yadav explore the innovation landscape in India and make policy recommendations to bolster innovative capacities and drive greater economic prosperity.

#innovation #India

Indian School of Business Institute for Competitiveness, India

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/regional-disparities-in-the-indian-innovation-ecosystem/

Regional Disparities in the Indian Innovation Ecosystem -

As a rapidly growing economy, India will soon encounter the middle-income trap. Can IP-led innovation help India hurdle ...
22/04/2019
Can IP-Led Innovation Help India Hurdle the Middle-Income Trap?

As a rapidly growing economy, India will soon encounter the middle-income trap. Can IP-led innovation help India hurdle the trap? Drawing on findings from the 2019 International IP Index, Hemal Shah of the United States Chamber of Commerce Global Innovation Policy Centre presents a perspective.

#innovation #intellectualproperty

Indian School of Business

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/can-ip-led-innovation-help-india-hurdle-the-middle-income-trap/

Can IP-Led Innovation Help India Hurdle the Middle-Income Trap? -

IIM Bangalore
22/04/2019
IIM Bangalore

IIM Bangalore

“If you look at the evolution of innovation in India, there is a kind of duality. There are formal and informal streams of innovation systems that are running in parallel, and which need to meet more often.”
Professor Rishikesha T Krishnan, former Director of IIM Indore and faculty from the Strategy area at IIMB, shares insights in ‘The Changing Contours of Innovation in India’.
http://isbinsight.isb.edu/the-changing-contours-of-innovation-in-india/?
ISB Insights Indian School of Business

"The current challenge is not the early stage of the innovation process, but the ‘downstream’ steps of successful co...
19/04/2019
Indian Innovations: A Perspective from CSIR

"The current challenge is not the early stage of the innovation process, but the ‘downstream’ steps of successful commercialisation and adoption- i.e., taking innovation from lab to market.", Dr Girish Sahni, former Director General CSIR, India discusses the challenges that Government R&D supported chains of laboratories and many other research institutes in India face.

#innovation #technology #science #research

Indian School of Business

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/indian-innovations-a-perspective-from-csir/

Indian Innovations: A Perspective from CSIR -

"If you look at the evolution of innovation in India, what is also interesting is that there is a kind of duality. There...
18/04/2019
The Changing Contours of Innovation in India

"If you look at the evolution of innovation in India, what is also interesting is that there is a kind of duality. There are formal and informal streams of innovation systems that are running in parallel, and which need to meet more often.", IIM Bangalore Professor Rishikesha Krishnan shares his insights.
Indian School of Business

#innovation #technology

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/the-changing-contours-of-innovation-in-india/

The Changing Contours of Innovation in India -

Forbes India
17/04/2019
Forbes India

Forbes India

Some lessons for #pharma companies from #FMCG

How important are strong intellectual property rights to spurring innovation in India? Indian School of Business Profess...
17/04/2019
Are Strong Intellectual Property Rights the Future of Innovation in India?

How important are strong intellectual property rights to spurring innovation in India? Indian School of Business Professor Anand Nandkumar reiterates the importance of IP regimes but also argues for recognising the role of weaker IP regimes in fostering informal and grassroots innovation systems.

#innovation #intellectualproperty

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/are-strong-intellectual-property-rights-the-future-of-innovation-in-india/

Are Strong Intellectual Property Rights the Future of Innovation in India? -

Weak or strong? Formal or informal? When it comes to intellectual property (IP) and innovation, should India learn from ...
11/04/2019
Innovation and the Intellectual Property Promise

Weak or strong? Formal or informal? When it comes to intellectual property (IP) and innovation, should India learn from the international experience or its own?

Check out the new issue of ISB Insights,guest-edited by Indian School of Business Professor Anand Nandkumar.

#innovation #intellectualproperty

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/the-print-magazine/?1

When it comes to intellectual property (IP) and innovation, should India learn from the international experience or its own? That dilemma is at the heart of our new issue on the theme, guest-edited by Professor Anand Nandkumar.

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11/04/2019

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Through industry-relevant programming, the Munjal Institute for Global Manufacturing and the Punj Lloyd Institute of Inf...
09/04/2019

Through industry-relevant programming, the Munjal Institute for Global Manufacturing and the Punj Lloyd Institute of Infrastructure Management at ISB are leading the discussion about India’s Industry 4.0 future. Indian School of Business Professor Chandan Chowdhury elaborates on the goals of these centres.

#Industry #infrastructure
http://isbinsight.isb.edu/programmespotlight-march/

How has Merck, Darmstadt balanced family ownership with corporate governance in creating a sustainable business model? D...
08/04/2019
Family Business Governance Rooted in Values: The Case of Merck, Darmstadt

How has Merck, Darmstadt balanced family ownership with corporate governance in creating a sustainable business model? Dr Navneet Bhatnagar from the Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at the Indian School of Business reflects on his experience of writing the Merck case.

#familybusiness

http://isbinsight.isb.edu/the-case-of-merck-darmstadt/

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University of Washington Foster School of Business
04/04/2019
University of Washington Foster School of Business

University of Washington Foster School of Business

"But people don’t like to be stalked. What we are finding is that many customers feel very violated when they are over-targeted."

Read the full interview with professor Robert Palmatier, the John C. Narver Endowed Professor in Business and Administration at #UWFoster, from the Thought Leaders Conference on Managing Business and Innovation in Emerging Markets at the Indian School of Business.

"India’s contribution to the Fourth Industrial Revolution needs to encompass premium value creation, smarter infrastru...
01/04/2019
Smarter: India’s Fourth Industrial Revolution

"India’s contribution to the Fourth Industrial Revolution needs to encompass premium value creation, smarter infrastructure and increased female labour force participation", Indian School of Business Professor Chandan Chowdhury in conversation with Yogini Joglekar, ISBInsight.

Smarter: India’s Fourth Industrial Revolution -

"I think the privacy issues in using big data are very important. When firms know not only who you are but also where yo...
28/03/2019
IoT, Big Data and Privacy: Marketing Futures

"I think the privacy issues in using big data are very important. When firms know not only who you are but also where you are, it allows them to target you much better." University of Washington Foster School of Business Professor Robert Palmatier in conversation with Indian School of Business Professor S. Arunachalam

#Bigdata #IoT

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Professor Robert W Palmatier, the John C. Narver Endowed Professor in Business and Administration in the Marketing Department at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business, visited the Indian School of Business in April 2018 as part of the Thought Leaders Conference on Managing Busin...

"When you are young,you have a spirit of enterprise and daring,which keeps you going.I think that is the spirit of youth...
27/03/2019
The Gender Challenge - ISBInsight | Research Magazine | Indian School of Business (ISB)

"When you are young,you have a spirit of enterprise and daring,which keeps you going.I think that is the spirit of youth that is so fantastic",Mallika Srinivasan, CEO of Tractors and Farm Equipment Limited in conversation with Indian School of Business Professor Saumya Sindhwani.
http://isbinsight.isb.edu/the-gender-challenge/

Mallika Srinivasan, Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer of Tractors and Farm Equipment Limited, was the keynote speaker at the Indian School of Business graduation ceremony in April 2018. Saumya Sindhwani, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Strategy group at ISB spoke to Mallika Srinivasan abou...

'We are one of the ‘youngest’ countries in the world. Hence, there is an inevitability to our growth.'Rajendra Pawar...
26/03/2019
From Skilling to AI: An Indian IT Innovation Journey - ISBInsight | Research Magazine | Indian School of Business (ISB)

'We are one of the ‘youngest’ countries in the world. Hence, there is an inevitability to our growth.'

Rajendra Pawar, co-founder and CEO of NIIT in conversation with Reema Gupta at the Indian School of Business.

#IT #innovation #education #elearning #business

Rajendra Pawar, Chairman and Co-Founder of the NIIT Group and founding member of the Governing and Executive Boards at the Indian School of Business, visited the school in September 2018. Reema Gupta, Head of the Centre for Learning and Management Practice at the ISB spoke with him about NIIT’s jo...

Firms that have women representation on the board are found to perform better, reveals the research conducted by Dr Nupu...
22/03/2019
Standalone Family Firms Lead on Gender Parity - ISBInsight | Research Magazine | Indian School of Business (ISB) Current Issue

Firms that have women representation on the board are found to perform better, reveals the research conducted by Dr Nupur Pavan Bang, Professor Kavil Ramachandran, Anierudh Vishwanathan and Peter B. Gustavson School of Business Professor Raveendra Chittoor.

Indian School of Business
#womenleaders #directors #business #familybusiness

Research has found that gender diverse firms result in better shareholder value, say Dr Nupur Bang, Professor Raveendra Chittoor, Professor Kavil Ramachandran and Anierudh Vishwanathan. In India, standalone family firms are the leaders when it comes to gender-diverse Boards of Directors.

"Data dissemination without consent can result in employment termination of workers suffering from medical conditions, u...
21/03/2019
The Fine Print on Health App Privacy

"Data dissemination without consent can result in employment termination of workers suffering from medical conditions, unfair treatment of children at schools and bullying among peers," says Preeti Singh, Indian School of Business.

#helathcare #IoT #privacy #datasecurity

Although apps are useful for tracking health, significant privacy concerns remain.

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