When a Facebook, Uber, or Airbnb of health care looks elusive

Okay, I used these big names in the headline to grab some attention. That said, few would disagree that there’s dire need for such unicorns to emerge in health care so that the benefits of network conditions make health care less expensive, more effective, and above all, participatory in managing chronic illnesses. One could argue […]

Make a Google in India. Sure, but who will cut the first cheque?

  Reading Mohandas Pai’s and Sharad Sharma’s commentary in The Economic Times yesterday, the first thought that came to my mind was aspiring for a global product company from India is almost our birthright but who will write the first cheque.   The two eminent Bangaloreans speak of Google and other global brands. Stanford professor David […]

How intelligent are hiring tech tools? Pretty dumb, if you ask me!

  A few weeks ago I got some emails from recruiters. They had shortlisted my resume for jobs in the hospitality industry. Frankly, it looked like a bad joke. Not because it was from an industry where I haven’t worked before but because this is one sector about which I’ve not written a single paragraph […]