Management Briefs

“We are Seeing Shorter Duration Programmes”

In the recent past, the executive education landscape has witnessed a transformation in a fast-changing business environment. Businesses are increasingly becoming cautious and, at the same time, more committed to their learning investments. Dr Steven Burton, who heads the Centre for Executive Education (CEE) at ISB spoke to ISBInsight about the significance of executive education today and how it is changing. 

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There is a Role for ‘Propertisation’ of Knowledge

Stuart Graham, Associate Professor in the Strategy & Innovation Management Group at the Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, was a guest speaker at the 2nd Indian Conference on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, hosted by the Indian School of Business. Bhagwan Chowdhry, Professor of Finance at ISB, caught up with him for a seasoned perspective on intellectual property.

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How Can Competition Mitigate the Antibiotic Crisis?

In recent decades, the stock of effective antibiotics has been depleted dramatically by the rapid increase in bacterial resistance to them. Can increasing competition in the market for antibiotics through judicious patent policy alleviate the antibiotic crisis? Professor Mukesh Eswaran and Professor Nancy Gallini elucidate.

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