The author, Sandeep Das, is an MBA from IIM Bangalore, a management consultant, the author of “Yours Sarcastically” and a columnist.
All such professions are being driven by increasing millennial affluence, relentless peer pressure and the perennial syndrome of having to prove that someone has arrived in life
Cultural ramifications of prominent Asian economies can be surprisingly different from their Western counterparts
The latest fad that is taking over high end corporates is the philosophy of professional minimalism!
Whether people are office-centric or create complicated work conditions, there are certain things that work in India, but may be frowned up elsewhere
The fascinating, turbulent world of e-commerce told through the satirical eyes of Bhojpuri cinema can be quite interesting
Despite consistent criticism, we rarely end up reducing our love and admiration for the 'dickhead' leader in office
Good business transactions are often a product of tackling implicit cognitive biases rather than sound analytical rigor
Results from a prison experiment show how people go to terrible lengths to obey authority even when scenarios look suspicious or unscrupulous
It can be surprising to see hard-nosed, money obsessed, promotion focused IIM graduates trying to delve in the innovative world of creative arts
Viewing leadership through an unconventional chemical lens rather than the traditional lenses can be quite interesting, writes Sandeep Das