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When Pankaj Ghemawat arrived at a Pepsi plant in Punjab in the 1990s, he noticed a stern warning greeting the visitors: “Absolutely no AK-47s inside the building.” It was an early lesson in globalisation for him. It shocked him into realising the vast local differences faced in a global business. While Ghemawat has tried to understand globalisation for many years now, it has been an especially...
Mitali Patel reports on the efforts of Awaaz, which is campaigning against noise pollution
If the police in Mumbai respond to complaints about music blaring after 10pm during traditionally noisy festivals, then all thanks are mainly due to one feisty woman -- Sumaira Abdulali. It has not been an easy task though. For the past few years, Sumaira, along with a bunch of concerned individuals,...
Managers of the world, unite (and visit India), says Shreedhar Kanetkar, citing a new survey
It’s likely to be a while before I splurge on a Jaguar or a Land Rover, but that hasn’t kept me from following the saga of the Ford Motor Company’s sale of these marquee brands. At first, the question was: who would bid. For a while, Ford was coy about revealing the names of prospective purchasers....