by Divya Badri Davos is well known , during the meeting in January every year, to be the place where people meet old friends and contacts. It saves quite a few a lot of flights! I too met an old friend after 15 years! And it was a pleasure. This person is very accomplished and
by Divya Badri I live in Europe and when a detention centre opened in my neighborhood, it caused a strong debate on the potential impact of the presence of refugees on the local community. When I was at Davos, there was a simulation called A Day in the Life of a Refugee. Remembering this debate,
Friday, 25 January 2019 by Admin
by Satyadeep Rajan ‘Davos moments’ as the regulars call them, are when somethings unexpected and big happen to you – meeting a personal hero, or saving a head of state from slipping on the ice. As Davos week winds down, the ritual is to exchange one’s Davos moments with others over drinks. Just as I
Tuesday, 11 December 2018 by Admin
Harvard offers cases from around the globe, with a real-life perspective to their business courses. It follows the case study model in its pedagogical methods. The “Case Method,” which Harvard Business School follows, is the pedagogical system of choice at one of the world’s most elite business schools that asks students to put themselves in
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SLX is proud to announce its partnership with University of St. Gallen. Satyadeep Rajan will be part of the opening panel at the Asia Days 2017 organized by them on April 25-26 2017 where the topic this year is: Outlook 2020: The future of Asia in the global economy