Feb 13, 2020 - Indian IT becomes originator of innovation, no more playing catch-up

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Understanding the leader's 'identity mindtrap': Personal growth for the C-suite

If you're shackled to who you are now, you can't recognize - or reach for - who you might become next

Millions of years of evolution have shaped our brains, with nature selecting for many adaptive and energy-saving, if imperfect, shortcuts. Some are easy to spot - for example, how we systematically fall for optical illusions and how our loss-aversion reflex biases our choices. Other ancient shortcuts trip us up in subtler, more personal ways.

A CEO named Hans experienced this firsthand as he debriefed his executive team on what he'd learned at his leadership retreat. Hans gestured to a printout - a feedback report drawn from a combination of psychometric tests and 360-degree feedback. He told the team that the report found him intelligent, passionate, and purpose led. However, he added, he was also seen as too controlling, prone to quick judgments, and mostly certain of the rightness of his own opinions.

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Will Indian IT majors see Covid impact like Accenture did? There's one reason why they may not

Indian IT services peers of Accenture have faced challenges during the first quarter (April-June) due to delay or cancellation of certain projects in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. That said, Indian companies have comparatively less dependence on the segment that contributed majorly to the US giant's decline this quarter.



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The US Will Invest Rs 1000 Cr To Train H-1B Employees: How Will Indians Benefit?

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TCS opens National Qualifier Test to corporates for recruiting freshers

Young professionals with up to two years of experience can also apply for the test

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In a majority of the companies, the top-paid executive earned more than 100 times the median remuneration of their employees.

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