Hay Group to nurture 100 Indian startups`

Global management consultancy Hay Group will help 100 selected entrepreneurs transform their startups into successful companies of the future.

73% of biz leaders creating demotivating work environment: Survey

India can become a world-class manufacturing destination, but there is an acute deficit of "impactful leaders" in this sector and a vast majority of 73 percent business leaders were creating a "demotivating work environment", according to global consulting firm Hay Group.

Sr managers paid 11.7 times higher than lower level staff

Reflecting a increasing pay disparity in India during last six years, senior managers have been paid 11.7 times more than their lower level workers, according to a Hay Group study.

Entry level professionals lack soft skills to succeed: Report

Businesses across India are increasingly finding it difficult to hire graduates who have the self-awareness and self-management skills to succeed in their organisations, a Hay Group survey said.

P&G, GE world's best firms in terms of leadership: Haygroup

The global management consulting firm today released its ninth annual Best Companies for Leadership Study.

ITC, L&T, HUL India's most admired companies

FMCG giant ITC is India's most admired company, followed by engineering major L&T and Hindustan Unilever Ltd, according to a list compiled by Fortune India.

TCS India's most admired company

The top 10 of India's most admired companies also include SBI (5th), L&T (6th), Tata Steel (7th), ONGC (8th), Maruti Suzuki (9th) and ICICI Bank (10th).

`One-third of IPL team show depends on leadership style`

Captaincy does make a difference in cricket as leadership style directly impacts nearly one-third of performance of various teams at the Indian Premier League (IPL), a study has revealed.

Four factors put world's best cos ahead of the pack: Study

Global management consultancy Hay Group has identified four main factors that distinguish the world's most admired companies from the rest and said organisations should incorporate these to achieve "long-term success".

Average pay for CEOs crosses Rs 2-crore mark in India: Study

The average annual compensation for a CEO in India stands at over Rs two crore and is nearly 2.6 times the pay package for other top business executives in the country, as per a new study.