India looks to Artificial Intelligence to solve Health Infra Problems

 In early June, the government think tank Niti Aayog unveiled its discussion paper on national strategy on Artifical Intelligence (AI) which aims to guide research and development in new and emerging technologies. While the paper per se focuses on five sectors for India — healthcare, agriculture, education, smart cities and infrastructure and transportation, this post will […]

Read More India looks to Artificial Intelligence to solve Health Infra Problems

The Digital Economy

The first time I heard the term ‘digital economy’ in the medical context, it was from a reputed doctor who was a co-panelist and speaker at a company town hall event on digital marketing. It did not surprise me one bit that the doctor knew more about the digital economy than most of the pharma […]

Read More The Digital Economy

TG – An Era That Passed

The news broke with dawn today. An era had passed. And it passed as peacefully and privately as he would have probably wanted it to. Tarun Gupta – professor to youngsters, boss and mentor to those slightly older, but ‘Sir’ to almost everyone in the vast Indian pharmaceutical industry, was no more. As the sun […]

Read More TG – An Era That Passed

Digital Darwinism

Digital Darwinism is when technology and society evolve faster than an organization can adapt. Digital Darwinism is a fate that threatens most organizations in almost every industry, but particularly in the pharmaceutical industry in India.

Read More Digital Darwinism

Selling in a digital era

Recently I decided to buy a laptop. As I looked around for the right one, I realized how little I knew about hardware. Having always used a company provided one, it was one of the things I had never bothered to educate myself on. As I always do for most things that I know nothing […]

Read More Selling in a digital era

Is Digital Transformation Difficult?

Over the last few weeks, I had the opportunity to interact with several senior executives of the pharmaceutical industry in India. Among other things, I was keen to understand how their organizations were preparing for or participating in the digital era. As I gently broached the topic, I expected animated discussions on the need for […]

Read More Is Digital Transformation Difficult?

Technology enabled Learning

Yesterday, a colleague asked me to make a short video on my thoughts on notable trends in the learning ecosystem. Knowing that he was more passionate than I on the influx of technology into the work-space, I decided to speak a bit on how technology is/will disrupt learning and development. Learning is essentially getting a […]

Read More Technology enabled Learning