Entrepreneur India | December 04, 2016 Note To Entrepreneurs: Culture Eats Strategy for BreakfastProfessor Arun Pereira explains why the best of strategies are unlikely to succeed without the support of an appropriate organizational culture, in start-ups.
LIVE MINT | November 28, 2016 For those going the extra mileProfessor Arun Pereira writes an article on the importance on focusing on customer journeys rather than customer transactions. Read the article in the Mint today.
Entrepreneur India | November 03, 2016 Entrepreneurs: Beware of the Marginal Thinking TrapProfessor Arun Pereira's article in Entrepreneur India highlights the dangers of entrepreneurs falling into the marginal thinking trap.
BusinessLine on Campus | November 02, 2016 Ways to share ‘stolen knowledge’ in the classroomProfessor Arun Pereira discusses the power of learning through “stolen knowledge”at BLoc
Live Mint | October 17, 2016 Bet on the jockey, not the horseProfessor Arun Pereira writes about entrepreneurship in his article, "Bet on the Jockey, not the Horse" in today's Live MINT.
The Economic Times | September 03, 2016 There’s no success like failureProfessor Arun Pereira writes an opinion piece in the Economic Times about the "learning organisation" and the challenges of managing tacit and explicit knowledge.
The Financial Express | September 03, 2015 Indian and International B-school faculty vie for the ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition awardsMedia coverage on ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition 2015
Business Standard | November 07, 2014 ISB makes debut in online courses by partnering CourseraBusiness Standard carries a story on ISB’s tie up with Coursera with inputs from Professor Arun Pereira.
Hindu Businessline | November 03, 2014 Soon, ISB will teach you how to be happy, for freeHindu Businessline carries news on ISB associating with Coursera,  to offer online modules designed and developed by our faculty.
Economic Times | September 02, 2014 Indian case studies in demand in business schools across the worldThe Economic Times carries quotes from Professor Arun Pereira and about the cases developed at the CTLC in a story on the growing demand for Indian case studies
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