articles and reports
The expanding gig economy is the locus of evolving work culture and the changing attitudes of employees and employers. The rules for worker growth, stability, and protection are being seen through a new lens as an increasing number of jobs transition into gig-based or project-based opportunities, and more people opt for flexibility and freedom over permanence.
Are layoffs a reflection of mistakes that organisations have committed under the garb of growth? Sandeep Chaudhary, CEO, PeopleStrong, sheds light on the matter.
Where do organisations stand on moonlighting? Debabrat Mishra, Co-founder, BoardsNXT, answers critical questions about the practice in our podcast.
Embedding change management in the company’s fabric is essential to enhancing organisational effectiveness. Tune in to our podcast with Krish from Marg to learn how.
Can traditional banks and fintech players play complementary roles in India’s journey to become the world’s fastest growing economy? Rajnish Kumar, former chairperson, SBI, shares his insights.
Interconnections between fintech and traditional financial systems are proving to be challenging, as policymakers gauge what these entail for financial stability, writes Udaibir Das, former central banker.
"In a volatile and dynamic world, be ready for change. Always look at it as an opportunity to learn rather than resisting it due to fear of failure.” — Jerry Connor, Global Practice Head, BTS.
This report studies the multidimensional framework of a ‘Sustainable Food System’ which aims to provide sufficient and nutritious food, while maximising climate resilience and minimising resource demands as well as negative environmental impacts.
Nightlights as Indicator of Growth in Economic Activity in states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, and Goa
This report presents data and visualisations for all four states and provides pertinent insights from illustrations on the level and change in economic activity covering all assembly constituencies of these states individually.
Experts have been proclaiming that the healthcare industry is on the verge of technology disruption, but any material changes depend on a number of factors such as the rate of technology adoption and consistency in public health spending. Personalised delivery of healthcare innovation and services is one way to help improve both lifespan and the quality of life. Dr Jugnu Jain, Co-founder and CEO of Sapien Biosciences, writes how biobanks can prove useful in this regard.
This report provides policy recommendations for foreign direct investment in India leading to a customer centric e-commerce regime for India.
This report highlights that selective targeting of certain crops, primarily of cereals such as wheat and rice, through favourable agriculture investment and government procurement policies has led to decline in production as well as consumption of other nutrition rich food grains such as sorghum and millets.
The march of technology is inevitable. In this trend of rising artificial intelligence, how do we ensure a proportionate rise of human intelligence? Listen to this podcast.
“Innovation is an elixir of growth that continuously builds competitiveness and strengthens resilience in times of crisis. It is one of the most critical factors for being future-ready and to enable quick response to emerging trends.” — Sanjiv Puri, Chairperson, ITC.
The emergence of franchise cricket, especially the Twenty20 format, has introduced new avenues for fans to enjoy the game and for businesses to tap into this market. Digitisation of cricket, including the use of data analytics and gamification, is accelerating viewer engagement and retention. While COVID-19 has forced upon many modifications to cricket, several of these adaptations are likely to have a long-term effect and will only accelerate the game's evolution.