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It may be time to do some soul-searching.
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Wells Fargo had been a darling of sorts in the financial services world. It was one of the few American banks which reported a profit increase the financial crisis. Until the news of the scandal broke...
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While it's true that corporate values are determined by the organizational aspiration, the context in which it operates and what the leaders feel very strongly about, I believe that there's one value that every single CEO should adopt. This value is very relevant and has universal application across contexts.
Without commenting on whether the tone of interaction is more acerbic in India or the debates more brutal, it's easy to point out that a much smaller fraction of highly educated youth want to enter politics in our country. There are notable exceptions, but by far, policy-making does not seem an attractive career choice for honest, studious, achievement-oriented types.