Year: 2024

Creative green economy

Revitalising traditional production techniques with innovation and scale Nepal’s indigenous communities possess unique skills and craft innovative goods for daily use. Yet, their traditional livelihoods face limitations. Many crafts are disappearing as younger generations are less interested in carrying them forward. This decline stems from a lack of recognition, marketability and integration into supply chains. …

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Journey to a Performance Culture – the Strategy Tree

Organisations around the world talk about being high-performance workplaces that demand the best from people, use resources wisely, and excel at reaching its goals. Indeed, some companies such as Microsoft, Siemens, Accenture, Google, Reliance Industries, Adobe, Marriott International, and IKEA are well known for their performance cultures while still being revered as among the best …

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Key Learnings from Goafest 2024 – Embracing Adaptability

This year, Goafest 2024 moved from its traditional home in Goa to Mumbai. As South Asia’s premier celebration of creativity and innovation, the festival adopted the theme ‘The Age of Adaptability’. Held from May 29 to May 31, at The Westin Mumbai, the event featured inspiring speakers and sessions focused on how to navigate growth …

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Cracking the Code – How to Fill Difficult-to-Fill Positions?

Finding top talent for hard-to-fill roles can be challenging. These positions often come with unique obstacles that require strategic solutions. This article explores key strategies to overcome these challenges and successfully recruit top talent. Initially, a comprehensive job analysis is essential in understanding the complexities of the position and its requirements. It provides a deep …

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Nepal on the path to Gender Equality and Social Inclusion

Policy advancements regarding Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI), within the corporate sector of Nepal have been shaped by various international human rights agreements. Nepal’s commitment to these agreements is evident through its participation in 23 human rights treaties, which have greatly influenced its legislative framework, particularly in supporting GESI. Key instruments include the Convention …

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CEO Conference discusses ideas, shares thoughts for navigating turbulent times

The Management Association of Nepal (MAN) – umbrella network of management professionals in the country – organised the one-day ‘CEO Conference’ under the theme of ‘The Future of Work: Adapting to Changing Landscape’ on May 31 in Kathmandu, which featured insights and research-based strategies from international experts. The event aimed at assisting stakeholders to understand …

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Overprotecting children in the family may ruin their leadership skills and willingness

Jonathan Low is a globally recognised leader in sales, service and leadership optimisation. With over 30 years of experience spanning five continents and numerous countries, he has empowered individuals and businesses to achieve remarkable results. Low is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) and a Fellow of the Global Speakers Federation. He is also a Master …

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Arts and culturecan be an innovative approach for the youth to take action against climate change

Helen Silvester is the British Council’s Regional Director for South Asia, overseeing its mission to build connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. She brings a wealth of senior leadership experience and passion to this position and is no stranger to the region having …

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We have more room to work in the innovative space for which I suggest professionals to connect, collaborate and create

Nabin Shrestha is the Strategist and Creative Head of Water Communication. He has extensive experience of working as strategy planner, brand manager and creative head for over 100+ local and international brands in the private sector including airlines, automobiles, hospitality, tourism, real estate, pharmaceutical, FMCG and in social sectors especially in tourism, health, environment, education …

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