Thursday, April 2, 2009

Nirmalya Kumar - Videos











Top thought about Indian companies going global

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Author reading the book (a snatch)

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Slumdog Millionaire, a brilliant movie presenting a bitter pill of harsh reality

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Lessons from Slumdog Millionaire for Indian businesses

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Lot of things we take as ordinary are significant for foreigners, for example Indian monuments

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Global traveller looks for heritage

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Do we spend enough to preserve our heritage

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Just being an old organisation or old brand is not enough, it has to have a value-creating model

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Family businesses which are professionally run can be successful

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Relevance of my four books to the current economic situation -- e.g. Private Label Strategy

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Lessons of 'Value Merchants' critical during recession

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'India’s Global Powerhouses' has cautionary messages that are apt for businesses now

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Aggressive acquisitions -- the downside

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Examples of cross-border deals that were not favourably seen by investors

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I do one thing at a time, giving it full attention

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Remembering my teacher

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Impact that university and primary school teachers can have

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Teacher has to encourage students to be sceptical

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Wrong marketing practices adopted by companies -- too much price competition

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Improve competitiveness during recession by reducing costs

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Making complex things simple is key

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What was the response to Private Label Strategy

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Competing on objective quality is vital in Private Label Strategy

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Value Merchants applies to B2B markets

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Next two books -- The Future of Outsourcing, Wealth Creators

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Does outsourcing have a future

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On the cover design

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Indian media should be more investigative and reflective when reporting corporate developments

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In general, India does not have a strong research tradition in the business education world

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I am always working on the next research project…

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How are Indian companies looking at the logic of acquisition differently -- a forthcoming article in HBR as a best practice in the case of Hindalco

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Marketing politicians, using social networking and other online platforms, as in the Obama campaign


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