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The ability to build consensus on economic reforms

Ahluwalia’s new book Backstage is a fascinating read. Irrespective of one’s political or economic learning, this book will kindle the interest of economists and policy enthusiasts. Let me start with the positives: the book seamlessly elucidates the intricacies of policymaking in India. The author has shared the nuances of various policy

Pioneer in hand surgery

RV’s focus was on recruiting quality talent, motivating them to render dedicated service, nurturing disciplined working, a patient-centric approach to delivering service and streamlined systems and procedures. It was a rich gathering of healthcare experts, including famous surgeons and physicians, insurance experts, a renowned former health secretary of Tamil Nadu who

Torchbearers to trailblazers

This book is for anyone who wants to know about the culture and work style of the Tatas. HBS scholar Shashank Singh has done a great job in documenting the best practices that have helped India’s most respected group move the distance from Good to Great. BEYOND A CENTURY OF TRUST The

The Titan world…

The Madras Management Association hosted Vinay Kamath’s book release on Titan Industries. T K Balaji, B Santhanam, L Ramkumar and Bhaskar Bhat - all alumni of IIM-A, discussed the book. Vinay, an Associate Editor with The Hindu Business Line, is known for his insights into the corporate world. He has delved