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The Future of Innovation in India

India’s innovation future is a topic of much discussion, with many an opinion and a million different predictions. Some say good things lie ahead, others are more pessimistic, and others still are ambivalent. While there is a great deal of … Continue reading

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Food for Thought: Sneak Peek from Aditya Dev Sood’s book “India’s Innovation Path”

A chapter from Aditya Dev Sood’s book “India’s Innovation Path” will serve as a background note for CKS’ positioning on innovation in India at the upcoming Design Public Conclave to be held on the 29th and 30th of November in … Continue reading

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India Needs to Innovate: James Crabtree interviews Anand Mahindra

I just re-watched this excellent Financial Times video interview where James Crabtree talks to Anand Mahindra about the state of innovation in India, where he talks about jugaad, frugal innovation, and ‘Indovation’ in general, especially his skepticism of so-called ‘Indian … Continue reading

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What does Innovation look like in India?

Innovation is emerging as one of the most important rubrics in the discourse on how to bring about greater and more consistent economic and social development in India. One observes steadily growing investments in R&D across the country, the setting … Continue reading

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On India’s Innovation Path: Where is it Leading?

Over at 3quarksdaily, our own Aditya Dev Sood wrote a thought-provoking (if somewhat rambling) article on India’s Innovation Path. He talks about how discourse around innovation in India is still at a very preliminary stage, and so far has been … Continue reading

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