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Sketching, Soft-Board and Cubicle of thoughts

Early December 2014 – Vaccine Delivery Kit (VDK) Team shifted from that little round table to a designated cabin. Despite all the background buzzing noises & exit door just by the space, we still are very happy with the allotted … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Innovation

Is Innovation inherently unsustainable? Over at the World Policy Institute, Greg Lindsay writes about the unintended consequences of innovation — specifically, of frugal and user-driven innovations. Lindsay takes the example of the 1 lakh rupee (approximately $2500) Tata Nano car, … Continue reading

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One Size Doesn’t Fit All: An Interview with Ekta Ohri

By Ayesha Vemuri Ekta Ohri, the Head of Project Operations at CKS, recently attended a workshop organized by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) in Seattle. I spoke with Ekta about her experience there, and wanted to share some … Continue reading

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