Nirmala Vedula and Ashish Oke: What was your strategic assessment of the banking sector before you took up the IndusInd stint?
Romesh Sobti: Having worked in the state-owned sector for nine years and in multinational banks for 25 years, I believed the private sector banks had the most advantageous business model. The state-owned banks have always had big advantages in terms …Read More »
Solstice, the annual alumni reunion event at ISB was organised amidst colourful blitz and cheerful gatherings. This year’s event was hosted as a three-day social affair with over a thousand alumni, faculty and students from the current PGP batch participating. It served as a meeting point for reconnecting with fellow alumni and faculty through several professional speaker seminars, networking events, …Read More »
Data Science has become an indispensable skill for organisations that are on by the pursuit to integrate meticulous decision-making into their everyday activities. Newly developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities and the daily influx of large swathes of data have transformed various industries. The ISB Institute of Data Science organised the annual Data Science Summit 2019 on November 29, with a …Read More »
The Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) at ISB’s Mohali campus provides a platform that enables startups to leverage the opportunities available in their domain to become scalable and sustainable in their enterprise. The Centre is the incubation and acceleration arm of ISB which provides a state-of-the-art incubation space for entrepreneurs to collaborate and engage with academics, mentors and investors.
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Despite an economic slowdown in the Indian economy, ISB’s Class of 2020 received the highest ever number of offers from recruiters this year and saw a 124 per cent jump in their compensation compared to their pre-ISB CTC.
Professor Rajendra Srivastava, Dean, ISB said, "ISB was established with a vision to create future leaders for India and the world. Companies betting …Read More »
Compared to even five years ago we are noticing big shifts in the political environment today, around the world. What strategies can firms adopt to manage their regulatory, legal and political environments? Professor Srividya Jandhyala shares her research.Read More »
How should retailers organise and manage private label products to maximise their profit? Professor Murali Mantrala speaks about his research.
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Why should companies strive for sustainable value creation? What are the stages in the life cycle of a company? Does the culture of a place affect the strategies of a company? Professor Nandu Nandkishore explains.Read More »
Gender discrimination at modern workplaces operates in covert ways through stereotypes which are widely held, static, simplistic generalisations we make about people based on their gender. Societal norms impose certain behavioural expectations on men and women. They are expected to conduct themselves in certain ways. Such stereotypical belief systems percolate all aspects of our lives including work. Jobs are gendered …Read More »
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