Mumbai: Management colleges take Tata-Mistry fallout as topic of case study

MANAGEMENT COLLEGES in the city have taken up the recent Tata-Mistry fallout as a case study to engage students taking courses such as organisational behaviour and strategic management. After the board of Tata Sons, the country’s largest conglomerate, removed former managing director Cyrus Mistry from his post, the move has become subject of classroom discussions in in B-schools.S P Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai has introduced a month-long case study on the episode as part of its organisational behaviour subject. According to the institute, these factors can have…

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Philips launches new UK Population Health Management tools at EHI Live 2016

Healthcare provision in the UK is under increasing pressure with many healthcare stakeholders now recognising the urgent need for a wider system transformation. To date, our health system has been one that manages ill health instead of actively promoting good health practices. Placing increasing pressure on our healthcare systems to sustain the quality, access and affordability of care as the growing UK population brings new health challenges. As a leader in healthcare innovations Philips is well positioned to deliver meaningful solutions that will bring improved access to quality care at…

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