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Leveraging Knowledge Networks for Enabling Innovations in Institutes of Higher Education in India and UK
(British Council Division India, 2013)
NKN organizational mechanisms in India are limited to the operationalization of the network per se. It is possible that some institutions would have undertaken initiatives to leverage the infrastructure for a variety of ...
Rajashree Cement: Engine on Load
The market share for cement transportation by rail had declined from 56% to 43% over the past decade. In an attempt to arrest the sliding market share, the Indian Railway (IR) wished to focus more on customer service by ...
Tata Steel Case Studies
Spectrum auctions in India: lessons from experience
(Telecommunication Policy 25(2001) 671-688, 2001)
Spectrum auctions have been used with significant success in many developed countries. From a regulatory and policy perspective, spectrum auctions ensure the efficient use of spectrum by allocating it to those entities ...
Expert systems: a management perspective
Expert systems are computer programmes that can reproduce the behaviour of human experts in specific problem domains. In many places, development of expert systems is the major focus of fifth generation software ...
Trucking business management: cases and concepts
(McGraw-Hill Education New Delhi, 2016)
Trucking Business Management is a compilation of cases authored by professors and researchers of IIM Ahmedabad in the field of road transportation. It is an attempt to fill the business-practice gap and impart a professional ...
Framework for evolving spectrum management regimes: lessons from India
India has seen a marked change in spectrum policy over the past decade from a legacy administrative regime to a more market oriented one wherein it has adopted auctions in the primary market, trading in the secondary market ...