Japanese PCs will soon have a touch of Mysore Tech
Krithika Krishnamurthy, sales ET Bureau / 26 September 2014
Soon, 20% of the personal computers shipped out of Japan will be equipped with better energy conservation systems and technologies. However, this Japanese innovation has a Mysore connection. The solution was devised by a clean technology start-up in Mysore.
The big Idea: Eco-friendly computing
India Today / 23 June 2014
Green computing or the use of computers in an environmentally responsible manner is a tall order for most enterprises. Read more
The top 50 companies to watch out for
ChannelWorld India / 19 February 2014
These product firms are hot on their heels with a long-term vision and extreme innovation. Are these 50 promising companies on the radar of enterprise partners?
Vigyanlabs: The Power of Identifying the Right Challenge Book
Rishikesha T. Krishnan, Director, Indian Institute of Management,Indore
As an observer of innovation in India, one of the challenges I face is assessing how the quality of innovation is changing with time. Some of the questions I keep asking myself are: Are the ideas behind the innovations more powerful than before? Are the innovations likely to have a greater impact? And, are we going to see companies from India attain global leadership in their respective fields thanks to their innovative prowess? A couple of companies/innovations in recent months look particularly promising. Please decide for yourself whether these herald a new frontier in Indian innovation! Read more
Innovation in India: Where do we stand at the end of 2013?
ProductNation Network / 4 January 2014
As the new year approaches its customary to review the year that has passed. Here is my take on where we stand on innovation at the end of 2013.