Infosys Saga: Nandan Nilekani Appointed Chairman
Nilekani has come on the scene after an ugly public spat between former chairman N R Narayana Murthy and the Board following the resignation of Infosys' first non-founder CEO Dr. Vishal Sikka
Infosys Saga: Leadership Lessons For Founder-CEOs
Founder-CEOs must understand that they are no more the captain of the ship and that the show is going to be run by someone else now.
Infosys’ Blunder: Throwing Baby With The Bathwater
Narayana Murthy will probably go down in India’s corporate history as the only founder, ex-chairman who actively helped damage the company, explicitly and implicitly.
Infosys Blames Mr. Murthy For Vishal Sikka’s Resignation
Infosys said Narayana Murthy’s continuous criticism, including this latest letter, is the primary reason that CEO Vishal Sikka resigned despite strong board support.
Weekly Rewind: Top 10 Stories On CXOToday (Apr 3-8)
Category : Digital Enterprise
Here are some of the top stories of the week on CXOToday you would not want to miss.
Did NRN Give Corporate Ethics The Short Shrift?
Category : Blog
By doing what he has done, NRN has subverted the communication hierarchy in the corporate world. He has enabled the programmer in Infosys to question the COO’s pay and start drawing comparisons – in public.
Vishal Sikka's Strategies Driving Hopes For Infosys
CEO hopes In 2015, revenues have grown 6.4% in rupee terms and operational efficiencies have led to expansion in operating margin by 1.9%
Ratan Tata Joins The E-Tail Boom With Snapdeal Investment
Technology : Web Technologies
Today every business tycoon is looking at the e-commerce pie for growth and Ratan Tata sure didn't want to miss the boat.
Is V Balakrishnan next in line for the top job at Infosys?
Technology : none
There is growing speculation in the market that Infosys veteran leader V Balakrishnan could be the next CEO after Shibulal steps down
At Infosys, Narayana Murthy shows who is the boss
NR Narayana Murthy has overturned CEO Shibulal’s move to decentralise decision-making, thereby centralising all decision making.