IIM Calcutta Blog : Leading The Way

Consolidation in Indian Banking: Is it Still a Far Cry?

Posted by: Partha Ray
Professor, Economics, IIM Calcutta

Among both the supporters and critics of Indian financial sector reform there is near-unanimity that the pace of reform in…

Published on: Apr 03, 2015

New Dynamism in Money Market

Posted by: Golaka C Nath
Visiting Faculty, IIM Calcutta

Overnight Money Market is an important source of support system for Banks seeking to balance the temporary cash flow mismatches…

Published on: Apr 03, 2015

Auditors! Don’t Rush!

Posted by: Ashok Banerjee
Professor, Finance and Control, IIM Calcutta

Audit reports could be of four types- unqualified (clean), qualified, disclaimer of opinion, and adverse. An Unqualified or clean report…

Published on: Apr 03, 2015

Web 2.0 and Social Media – How Mass Collaboration is Transforming the World

Posted by: Somprakash Bandyopadhyay
Professor, Management Information, IIM Calcutta

“During the winter nights, the starling birds create one of the most spectacular things in nature called a murmuration. Somehow…

Published on: Apr 02, 2015

My practical journey with strategy theories

Posted by: Ramya Tarakad Venkateswaran
Assistant Professor, Strategic Management, IIM Calcutta
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The first time that I encountered the theories in strategy was in my MBA core course on strategy exactly 15…

Published on: Apr 02, 2015

What Drives Firms in India towards Green Initiatives?

Posted by: Debabrata Ghosh
Assistant Professor, Operations Management, IIM Calcutta

While the economics of green initiatives continue to be questioned and the debate on whether going green remains the prerogative…

Published on: Apr 02, 2015

The Country Manager is Dead! Long Live the Country Manager!

Posted by: Anirvan Pant
Assistant Professor, Strategic Management, IIM Calcutta

Power, in the traditional multinational corporation, used to flow from country-level markets and through the persona of the local chief,…

Published on: Apr 02, 2015

Tackling Rural Employment

Posted by: Pratyush Prabhakar, Student, PGPEX, IIM Calcutta


Feb 26, 2016

On one side, we have the world’s youngest workforce and rich demographic dividend and on the other side we have people with higher education degrees applying for Government jobs requiring much less

Book Review - Nine to Wine

Posted by: Khyati Sharma


Feb 17, 2016

Khyati Sharma, a student of PGPEX, has got her fiction cum poetry book shelved at Amazon, Flipkart, Googleplay, Bookadda, Ingraam, dailyhunt, infibeam, Kobo, and Scribbed. The book uniquely chronicles

Through a JOKAr’s lens: Cricket, Predictive Analytics and Management!

Posted by: Prateek Deo


Apr 15, 2015

“A year of being in Joka can be as eventful as you can imagine and a huge learning experience! Choices, managing the highs and lows of a year in a Bschool can teach you lessons for life…” *