Category Archives: Education

Corporate Responsibility: How values can guide your organizational activities

So much has been said on stakeholder management, corporate responsibility (CR), CSR and community impact that it can fill volumes of books. Still something is missing even though there are more standards available to guide new start-ups like the GRI, … Continue reading

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Coca-Cola goes premium and loses its way – with its sexist advertisements!

CocaCola’s new Fairlife milk is to be launched next month in USA. The “premiumisation of milk” is a bit of genius – a new target category in a cluttered commodity like marketplace. They are focussing on product – the milk … Continue reading

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When Doing Good is Doing Harm: Responsible Intentions

Recently I had the privilege to visit Kenya and interact with some amazing school children. I firmly believe the strength of a nation is its youth and I was pleasantly surprised by my experience. It is a fact that the … Continue reading

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Cultural Nuances of “Help” for the World Traveller (any age) – Emergency Situations

This post is inspired partly by my experiences as an expat. We spend a lot of time thinking – I am connected – I have a mobile – I have business counterparts who can help, and we forget there are … Continue reading

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Women Power – Toys reduce the gender imbalance!!!

For many years, most toys representing the female sex were perceived as either sexist (Barbie) or patronizing (seen by the host of helpless baby girl dolls). There were few role models for a young girl and even if a super … Continue reading

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