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Krishna Tanuku

Krishna-Tanuku
Executive Director of the Wadhwani Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (WCED) at the Indian School of Business (ISB).

The Idea of Scale

Is there more to expanding the scale of entrepreneurship than just growing sales volume? In this wide-ranging interview, Subroto Bagchi, Chairman and co-founder, Mindtree Limited and best-selling author of business books, including most recently, The Elephant Catchers: Key Lessons for Breakthrough Growth, speaks to Dr Krishna Tanuku, Executive Director of the Wadhwani Centre for Entrepreneurship Development at the Indian School …

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Deconstructing Innovation

Krishna Tanuku, Executive Director, Wadhwani Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (WCED) recently spoke with Arun Maira, Member, Planning Commission on research and development in the Indian context In conversation: Krishna Tanuku and Arun Maira Krishna Tanuku: I would like to focus on India’s R&D landscape and its role in addressing broader challenges for India. What role do you see the research community playing …

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Research to Marketplace: The Missing Links

This article examines research and innovation in the country and presents a model on how to improve the linkages from research to marketplace. A splendid economic growth and a rising socio-economic disparity characterise the dichotomous story of India. Sustaining this growth, while ensuring equitable development, hinges on inclusive innovations and pervasive entrepreneurship. The country’s major challenge today is how to unleash …

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Transformational Entrepreneurship

A holistic and integrated focus on SMEs, supported by an entrepreneurial ecosystem, can reshape India’s socio-economic landscape. India has an inspiring growth story. In a time when most developed economies are still reeling under the worst recession in decades, India is surprisingly untouched and has emerged resilient by posting commendable economic growth rates of over 6.5 percent in the FY 2008- …

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