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About ISB Management ReThink

The idea of ISB Management ReThink was born out of the impending need to revisit and redefine the time-tested tenets of management, and at the same time, identify how they can still hold on to their relevance in contemporary times. With the ever-changing dynamics of management philosophies, and the associated classroom teaching methodology, it is about time to readjust the focus by shaking the fundamentals, breaking myths and bringing about the change necessary to survive in this cut-throat era of stiff competition.

With this platform, we extend our enthusiasm to collaborate with India Inc. on the latest trends and challenges in the industry, as the world economy stands at an extraordinarily crucial juncture. 


 

With the universe of business becoming more glocal (global+ local) than ever, connecting our worlds in remarkable ways, Indian industry is all set to play a key role in this disruption leading to a new world order.

Our endeavour is to collaborate across boundaries and share inspiration as an essential element of our comprehensive approach. To broaden our perspective and in order to inspire each other, we must be inquisitive about the world around us and open ourselves to new thinking.

Our aim is to forge new partnerships between academia and the industry via our erudite content. Empowering our readers with intelligent, contemporary and out-of-the-box content, we are keen to initiate a knowledge dialogue that would not only bridge the gap, but also impact the entire eco-system in a fundamental way


The Team

Editor-in-Chief

Professor Saumya Sindhwani


Editor

Geetika Shah


Content Team

Rajshree Shukla

Samriddhi Mukherjee

Srishhti Sinha

Smriti Sharma

Vinodini Saihjpal


Design

Manuk Prashar

     

Web Team

Arun Khan

Srikanth


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The idea of ISB Management ReThink was born out of the impending need to revisit and redefine the time-tested tenets of management, and at the same time, identify how they can still hold on to their relevance in contemporary times. With the ever-changing dynamics of management philosophies, and the associated classroom teaching methodology, it is about time to readjust the focus by shaking the fundamentals, breaking myths and bringing about the change necessary to survive in this cut-throat era of stiff competition.