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Is responsible design driven innovation the need of the day? – Girish Prabhu, Co Founder and Director, Institute for Design (Led) Entrepreneurship

For many in today’s world, design success is defined by innovation and an ability to create something appealing that caters to end users and other stakeholders. The current framework for being Design-Driven explores Desirability (or user needs), Feasibility (or technology) and Viability (business value) using a human-centred approach such as Design Thinking. A typical Design Thinking approach to d...

LTTS Helped to Develop Scientifically Approved Site Master Plan for Expansion of Pharmaceutical Plant

The increasingly competitive pharmaceutical industry is facing demands to produce low cost, accessible medicines and explore viable ways to increase drug production.  Given this scenario, pharmaceutical companies are investing capital to expand existing operations while taking advantage of the latest manufacturing technologies. For expansion, companies must take stock of their existing assets and ...

EU GDPR: Issues identification exercise

With the EU General Data Protection Regulation, 2016 completing its first year into enforcement, NASSCOM-DSCI is organising ‘Policy Roundtable: One year of GDPR implementation’ to identify key issues that have impacted the industry while implementing the GDPR. The concerns raised by the participants will be documented and shared with the concerned government stakeholders in India and t...

Disruption is not good. It’s better.

Most great innovations come from shifting landscapes. On Day 2 of NASSCOM’s Leadership and Technology 2019 (NTLF 2019), at the panel discussion on Disrupt or be Disrupted – Present and Future, moderator Sandeep Chaudhary, Senior Adviser, Human Capital, & Former CEO, Aon questions the paradigm of disruption and the reconfiguring of jobs and business structures.  A slice of disruption  “Living t...

BREXIT Vote – Overview and Implications

On 29th January 2019, the UK Parliament voted in favour of PM May’s Brexit deal if alternative arrangements are found to the Irish backstop. By a majority of 16, Parliament supported May’s deal if an alternative can be found to the current Irish backstop proposal that aims to keep open the Irish border in all circumstances. UK Parliament also voted against no deal in principle: on a separate amend...

NASSCOM workshop on GDPR with the European Commission

guaranteeing legal certainty for businesses and the same data protection level across the EU for citizens. • Same rules apply to all companies offering services in the EU

Impact of GDPR implementation in the EU

On 25th May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took full effect across Europe, and all companies in the EU and those handling the personal data of EU data subjects now must meet the new privacy standards. Two months later, public authorities, businesses and the public are still getting to grips with the new rules, with guidance on certain aspects of the GDPR still to be issue...

Consumers in EU plan to exercise their GDPR SAR

As the countdown to GDPR D-Day continues apace, a new study claims that many organisations will be inundated with requests for personal information from UK consumers, with two in five (40%) already planning to take advantage of their data privacy rights within six months of 25th May, although most doubt whether firms will be able to find all their information. EU residents already have the right t...

Tech-à-tête with Billionaire Entrepreneurs

“Women cannot be pilots.” “Americans are too loud.” “Men should not cry.” “Irishmen are always drunk.” “Indian cuisine is all about butter chicken.” “Cats are mean and evil.” We have woven around ourselves a network of stereotypes and judgements, which we often justify under the garb of ‘normal and acceptable.’ Yet another stereotype has mushroomed over the years and is one that I find amusingly o...