The Fall and Fall of Punjab

In 1975, my earliest childhood memory of the state of Punjab is of being perilously perched on a horse driven carriage (tonga), and racing through waving green wheat fields on a wintery yet sunny afternoon, clinging to my mother, as she spoke of Punjab being the richest state of India. She pointed to sighing power […]

Managing Professional Growth – Trends that may transform or even eliminate the L&D function within in the near future!

Two strands of conversations have contributed towards writing this article – the first was with Srinivasa Addepalli of Globalgyan on designing leadership development interventions, and the second was exploring an aggregator model of coaching with G Pratap of Maersk, over the past few weeks.   For most firms, the ‘Make/Grow Talent or Buy Talent’ polarity […]