C. Gopinath is a professor and dean of the Jindal Global Business School, Sonepat, Delhi NCR, and is on the faculty of the Sawyer Business School, Suffolk University, Boston, USA. Prior to his academic career, he held executive positions at leading companies. His areas of specialization are strategic management and international business. His research has been published in several academic journals. His books include Globalization: A multidimensional system (2014, McGrawHill Education) and Strategize! Experiential exercises in strategic management 4ed. (2013, Cengage/ South-Western, with J. Siciliano).

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Indian banks must do some firm hand-holding at the right time. »

Can bureaucracies ever be efficient?

Decision-makers shouldn't be subjected to a witch-hunt. »

More to CSR than doling out cheques

CSR is not about making profits; it’s just the right thing to do. »

The search for quality in B-schools

We need a regulator for ensuring minimum standards. That’s about it. »

India, and the art of driving away FDI

Foreign investors want consistency in policy, not big bang announcements. »

Should we learn the English language?

When the general ethos is heavily oriented towards only one language (English), it inhibits creative activity in other languages. »

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Blaming palm-greasing on local conditions will not work. . »

A whole lot of foggy ideas about reforms

Reforms are more about being decisive, and moving fast. »

The system’s too confused

In India, it's often not clear what purpose technology is meant to serve. »

VIPs, do things yourself

By using your own product, you get to know more about it. Ditto for government employees and services. »
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