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Arijit Goswami is an engineering student at University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Panjab University, Chandigarh. He is an avid content writer and is associated as a writer in the marketing department of AIESEC Chandigarh. He is also the Editor-in-chief at L@TEEN, the online newspaper module of Edurev. Moreover, he also takes keen interest in event organizing activities in his institute and has worked at executive position in SAE-Efficycle-2012, a national inter-collegiate tricycle design competiton. Being an executive member of the NGO Youth United, he has also worked as an organizing member of the event Smiling Future. This campus ambassador of Let Me Know, however, loves to read blogs and is always zealous to take online courses on Coursera and NovoED. When not sitting at his study table, he can be found chatting with his friends. He aims to be a social entrepreneur one day and work in cohesion with the people who want to be authors of a positive change in tomorrow's world.

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The Corporate Collusion

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

The Corporate Collusion

Arijit Goswami

Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode, India

 

Turn on your computers, rush to Google and type “oxymoron examples”. The words that will certainly make an entry in the top list are “Business Ethics”. Businesses…

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Moral leadership- an elixir for sustaining civilizations

Posted on December 29, 2013 at 12:27am 0 Comments

In today’s era, moral leadership has perhaps become one of the most glaring examples of academic oxymoron. Once was the time when the leaders were looked upon as apostles of high moral integrity and credibility. However, of late, with ever escalating number of cases of unethical conduct of leaders in political and business arena, common man is left to ponder whether moral leadership really exists on the planet.…

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