Harvard business school

Informal advice can be of particular significance in emerging economies like India where entrepreneurs often lack formal management training and capabilities.

How your peers can help your start-up

1 min read . 17 Aug 2018
When the second World War came to an end, despite the inclement economic climate, Hewlett-Packard saw huge potential in hiring from the legions of great engineers streaming out of closing or soon-to-close US military labs. Photo: Reuters

Hiring and firing in turbulent times

3 min read . 22 Dec 2016
Negotiating The Impossible—How To Break Deadlocks And Resolve Ugly Conflicts Without Money Or Muscle: By Deepak Malhotra, HarperCollins, 211 pages, Rs399.<br />

Quick review: Be a master negotiator

2 min read . 25 Sep 2016
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Imperatives for high potentials

6 min read . 02 Dec 2015
A firm would have to hire additional workers to achieve the same output they enjoy when they have a star performer, but toxic workers could prove to be more expensive to the company in terms of costs incurred. Photo: iStockphoto<br />
Roopa Kudva, managing director and partner, Omidyar Network, makes a monthly plan and even keeps some time for surprise events. Photo: Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint<br />

Make time your ally

4 min read . 29 Sep 2015
A number of scholars at Harvard Business School (HBS) are studying how crowds solve problems. Photo: iStock.<br />

Can you crowdsource a big idea?

3 min read . 05 Aug 2015