By Somali K Chakrabarti Politics, pay and religion make interesting topics for starting a discussion; but such discussions, if not steered properly, can be polarizing and may become awkward after some time. However, that is not what this post is about. This post is specifically about discussions that you might have hesitated to have when you were particularly displeased with… Read More How comfortable are you to have an uncomfortable discussion?
By Somali K Chakrabarti So you have been working hard on collating your data and here is your chance to present it to your boss. You have an hour’s slot. Of course you want to present to the best of your abilities and you want to showcase the amount of efforts you have expended… Read More 5 Things you want to be sure of to make an effective presentation
In 2014, South Africa came to be known as the ‘safe haven’ for investors among the Emerging Markets. A comparison of the BRICS nations with developed nations on parameters of corporate governance, as reported in the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report 2013-14, shows us why. Good corporate governance and ethical practices by companies are considered… Read More 4 charts show why South Africa earned the reputation of ‘Safe Haven’ for investors
11th July was the World Population Day. Here are some facts about population Distribution in the World. Population Distribution in the World 7.2 billion people are estimated to be inhabiting the earth today of which 1.39 billion people are living in China and 1.29 billion in India. If all land on Earth were as densely populated as… Read More Some facts about distribution of population in the World
Economists, academicians for long have recognized the role of innovation in a country’s economic growth. National innovative capacity is defined as the ability of a country – as both a political and economic entity – to produce and commercialize a flow of innovative technology over the long term. As India takes on its path… Read More Six charts that show the state of Innovation in India
We can never stop marveling at the ingenious and unique ways in which Nature presents its designs. Translucent ants gain colour of the food they eat Dr Mohamed Babu, a scientist from Mysore, photographed ants with translucent abdomen changing colour as they sip on colourful drops of sugar. The ants seemed to prefer lighter colours such as greens and yellow… Read More Nature’s Ingenious Design
‘The importance of Gender Diversity at workplace’ is one of those issues that are often spoken about in conferences, reiterated in survey findings, and yet seldom are a priority unless there is a mandatory obligation for companies to comply with.
With the exception of a handful of countries such as Norway, New Zealand, Iceland, Australia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Canada, Philippines, women are generally under-represented in the corporate sector in a large number of countries all over the world.
Read on to find out how corporate culture impacts gender diversity at workplace and can something be done about it? … Read More Is Corporate Culture Impeding Gender Diversity At Your Workplace?