The third lecture in the series of ‘NITI Lectures: Transforming India’ will be delivered by renowned American business strategist, economist and author Dr Michael E Porter on May 25, 2017.
He was also felicitated with a Padma Bhushan, country’s third highest civilian honour, in 2007.
He was once a partner at McKinsey and Co and Managing Director, Courage Capital Management.
Report is based on a survey of 1,947 HBS alumni.
Dinesh Vazirani of Saffronart on their 100th auction in the city
MBA student Amrita Siagal won the grand prize of $50,000 in the ‘Social Enterprise’ category for her venture ‘Saathi’, which she co-founded with Oracle engineer Kristin Kagetsu.
Harvard MBA student Amrita Siagal won the grand prize in the ‘Social Enterprise’ category at the 18th Harvard Business School New Venture Competition.
India at 102 position trails Brazil which scores best among the group with a rank of 46 reflecting the most “balanced” social progress
Gino and Wiltermuth found that almost 59 per cent of the participants cheated by inflating their performance on the matrices in the experiment.
The business potential that India’s incredible heterogeneous family compositions provide seems to have bypassed most industries.
Nohria said a record 41 per cent of this year’s entering class of MBAs were women.
Khurana, 46, is currently ‘Marvin Bower’ Professor of Leadership Development at HBS.
A concerned Ratan Tata desperately eyed a ‘return to the normal world’.
Nohria,Dean of Harvard Business School,will join as a Non-Executive Director on Tata Sons board.
Despite dire snow warnings,the conference,presented by students at the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School,saw its largest attendance yet of over 600,the organisers said in a press release.