Innovation need not only be jugaad. For the first time a book shows us how in India, innovation can be introduced in ones organization in a systematic, deliberate way.
The central viewpoint of this book - managerial decision making - informs the discussions on information technology and information systems, their use and management and their role in organisations. Most of the examples in the book are drawn from case studies in an Indian context.
This widely adopted, highly acclaimed and systematically organized text, now in its Fourth Edition, has proved to be an invaluable asset to the student community. It gives an in depth analysis of the principles of Financial Accounting and is characterized by its simplicity of style.
This book has selected cases which will help in further cementing the understanding of the fundamentals of good governance in the corporate sector.
The new revised and expanded fourth edition of Effective Training retains the integration of theory with effective training applications while enhancing the ease of reading and understanding.
In this era of globalization, every region and country in the world is pursuing some kind of integration to further its economic, geo-political, and strategic interests.
Trends associated with consumer behaviour in the emerging Indian context have certain unique aspects.
By the grace of Swamiji, Ramnath Narayanswamy has put together this extraordinary inspirational book. Beginning with the beautiful photographs of Swamiji; the one on the front cover looks quite simply ethereal and magical, showing Him in a state of blissful happiness!
The book contains a selection of papers presented at the Third International Conference on Public Policy and Management held in 2008 at IIM Bangalore, on Urban Governance in its multiple perspectives. The papers are grouped into sub-themes of Urban Growth and Plan, Governance through Partnership and Participation, and Financing Urban Infrastructure.
The collection of papers brings out the complexities in public private partnerships (PPP) in terms of types, conceptualization, structure, institutions, and financing. It covers a broad sweep ranging from infrastructure to services and utilities; from global to Indian states.