Corporate Strategy & Policy
India has hundreds of pressing social and economic challenges. Resource constraints prevent these challenges from being addressed through a process of imitation of the west. There is thus an urgent need for local public and social innovations that can address India's problems.
Role of Universities and Public Research Institutions as External Resources for Firms’ Innovation: The Case of the Indian Automobile Industry
The aim of this study is to highlight the ways in which universities help local firms obtain innovative capabilities through a variety of technology transfer and knowledge sharing activities.
Looking at growth options, the study aims at exploring and understanding the difference in the growth strategy relating to the dimensions of industry assumptions, strategic focus, customers assets and liabilities, product and service offerings, adopted by Indian IT companies who follow the conventional strategic logic and global IT companies who have adopted the val
The research project is part of the FP7 project funded by the European Union. The Copenhagen Business School is the lead partner in the project that intends to foster EU-India collaboration through providing businesses in both EU and India an opportunity to understand each others contexts and capabilities.
As part of its civil aircraft development programme, National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)Â wanted an approach to develop air traffic forecasts for small aircrafts. The focus is on small cities and estimating latent demand that can be tapped if air travel were to be made more attractive.
This research project on Creative or Cultural Industries, the umbrella under which a range of creative sectors are organized - performing arts (music/dance/theatre/visual arts), design (fashion/interiors), media and entertainment (film/television/media/publishing), architecture, digital (video/games/animation) and traditional crafts, seeks to understand the Indian cr
Under support from Ministry of Environment & Forests (MOEF), GoI, a research study on Corporate Environmental Management practices in the Indian industry was completed by IIM Bangalore. The methodology involved surveying secondary information disclosed by Indiaâ€™s most valuable companies on their websites and in their annual reports.
Corporate Environmental Management (CEM) involves activities undertaken by corporations to minimise the impact of their activities on both ecology and society. While a broad spectrum of activities ranging from simple measures to manage waste and pollution to proactive measures such as designing and managing products over their life time and disposal to minimise adverse impacts.