How will COVID-19 impact the global energy transition and energy in India?

What is the future of the oil and gas industry? Listen to Jarand Rystad and Sanjay Grover discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the global energy industry.

Nirmalya Kumar, a Cyrus Mistry aide who was forced to leave the Tatas, straddles both lives and work across continents. For management professor and consultant Nirmalya Kumar, it was, he says, a “traumatic” but also a fascinating experience. One moment, he was head of the strategy at the Tata Group, part of the core executive council formed by Cyrus Mistry. Then suddenly, he found himself in the eye of a corporate storm and out of a job when Mistry was forced out of the group.

Kumar is interviewed by Anita K. Traaseth.

In this video, Anita Krohn Traaseth & Nirmalya Kumar are discussing Indian and Norwegian cultural differences.

In this 3rd part, Nirmalya Kumar and Anita Krohn Traaseth are talking about the effects of corona on business.

In this video, the award-winning former journalist Anindya Upadhyay is interviewing Erik Solheim. Erik Solheim has a unique political experience as one of the most prominent figures in Norwegian politics.

A glimse of Indian defense strategy

The aerospace and defense (A&D) industry in India presents itself as a complex ecosystem of players under constant pressure to maximize profitability and improve operational efficiency.

Learn about Defense in India in this Front runner talk between Ganesh Raj, who heads Ernst & Young India Aerospace & Defence practice and Navjot Sandhu.

World Trade Organization + Sustainable Development Goals = TRUE

With 1.3 billion people and English as a working language, India has given the world many of its leading intellectuals. Our Front Runner for December is the founder of CUTS - Centre for International Trade, Economics & Environment, Mr Pradeep Mehta. In November, CUTS published a report " What would happen to a world without the WTO ".

The World Trade Organization, established 25 years ago, has transformed the world economy - to the benefit of developing and developed countries alike. But the WTO needs reform and the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is the appropriate framework to guide that work. This was the key message from a conversation between Pradeep S. Mehta of Jaipur, India and Thoralf Stenvold of Det Moderne India when the two met for our final Front Runner talk of this year. Mr. Mehta, a global authority on world trade and respected adviser to several governments and WTO director generals, underscored the importance of respecting all three dimensions of sustainable development – ecology, economy and society - as equally important and mutually reinforcing. He also confirmed that India continues to be a strong believer in the WTO as the cornerstone of world trade governance!

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