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Queen bee Syndrome – A known Devil

By : Shurlly Tiwari- HR Faculty,ISME Yamini, a young, management graduate, pass out from one of the reputed management institute, is all geared up for her first day to office. She got an HR executive position in a MNC in Gurgaon. A young girl in her early 20s, with a lot of dreams in her […]

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Innovation without Disruption: Is it Possible?

S. Shyam Prasad PhD Introduction Yes, It is possible! It’s a long-held myth that innovation must be disruptive. I hope that after going through this article the myth would be cleared. The credit for the concept and data for this article are attributed to an article titled “Nondisruptive Creation: Rethinking Innovation and Growth” by W. […]

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Good to Have – New Age HR Skills

Dr. Anju KumarISME Introduction Change in technology, business challenges, market trends and disruption, these are the buzzwords we often hear. Historically the HR function has always dealt with people and in aligning with this, people skills are the most important skills for these professionals. Adding to these most valued skills, People in the HR profession […]

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The importance of ‘Happiness at workplace” in improving employee productivity

By:Shurlly Tiwari-HR, Faculty,ISME Happiness at workplace is the most important and famous phenomenon in the corporate world. The “World Happiness report” (2017), show the importance of happiness at work and the buzz around the globe about it. Now a days organisations are concerned about it. Happiness at workplace is given a serious thought by the […]

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Don’t mix strategic tasks with operational tasks

Anshu Sharma A lesson learnt It must’ve been early 2015 and I was a young manager leading a consulting engagement where we were trying to optimize cost to serve for a leading alcohol-beverage client. This is when I learnt one of my most memorable and useful lessons in management. A lesson which no b-school education […]

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ALGORITHM TRADING-A PRIMER

Sudindra V R Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI), regulator of Indian security market issued a show-caused notice to some of the firms which are into security market broking and advisory services. The notice states the preferential access scandal and strategy building to enhance quick profit.  Regulator has further investigated into NSE co-location space, the […]

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ESG Investing: A Futuristic Responsible Investment

Vikku Agarwal, Faculty-Finance Introduction To address the global ecological issues and in line with the Sustainable Goals of the United Nations, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) has been increasingly gaining traction. ESG is the underlying criteria of measuring financial operations and investments by the companies worldwide. ESG measures the social and ethical impact of an […]

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The Trend of Banks Banking on Chatbots

Kiran Kumar K V, Faculty, ISME, kirankvk@isme.in Famously called Chatbots, the Artificial Intelligence based computer programmed platforms, are seen as new-age personal financial relationship managers. In an industry, that generally perceived to be complex service, yet inevitable to consume, financial service providers are increasingly attempting a host of alternatives to make the service as much […]

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MANAGEMENT CASE DEVELOPMENT AND WRITING

– Sudindra V R Let me ask one question, What is Case, Case Study and Caselet? I presume the collective reaction from most of the facilitators, no much dissimilarity and only depends on the magnitude of the of the case method what we use.  But the answer is no, magnitude does not matter when it […]

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