Leading Experts in Creativity & Innovation
May 19, 2020

TOSB Editorial Desk

Creative expression has seen a new life under Corona. While individuals are getting in touch with their inner artists, brands are re-inventing to stay relevant. Storytellers have taken over our screens, from memes to TikTok and more. Innovation is no longer a buzzword, it’s a state of mind. Whether its new ways to keep the morale high or new technologies aimed at curbing the spread, innovative thinking is leading the way to what will soon be the “Post-Covid” world.

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Our most sought-after experts on leadership lessons in tough times
May 18, 2020

TOSB Editorial Desk

The Covid-19 pandemic has made us reshape and rethink how we work with our teams. Leaders are faced with making touch decisions in a time of rising uncertainty. Remote working is creating new dynamics that didn’t exist before, at every level of management. How you choose to respond at this time will have a lasting impact on the future of your business.

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Why You Must Stop Focusing on Customer Problems
May 11, 2020


A few days ago, in the quest for entertainment, my son and I were playing chess. For the first game, I used simple tactics, and I won. As we started with the second round, I tried to make it difficult for him to win. He improved his game, too, but eventually lost the second round. The third time, I amped my tactics further while he further enhanced. Yet, I won the third game. And before we could begin the fourth, he said, “Let’s play something else.” He changed the game and brought Snakes-n-Ladders, a game that leveled the playing field for both of us as we continued.

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Our Top Mental Health & Wellness Experts for Covid-19 Blues
May 7, 2020

TOSB Editorial Desk

These 10 mental health and wellness experts offer expert advice on dealing with the Covid-19 world through webinars and online masterclasses that tackle everything from age-old wisdom to learning hacks, mental resilience, self-awareness, releasing fear and anxiety, and much more.

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The covid crisis could help us create shock-proof companies
May 5, 2020

Jaspreet Bindra

As the covid-19 pandemic rages across the world, finding a vaccine for it has become the holy grail. Vaccines are curious things. They do not directly cure a disease, but help us do it. They introduce a weakened virus or its proteins or toxins to our body. This helps us learn how to create antibodies against these, so that if the virus actually strikes in full strength, we can identify it and generate the same antibodies to destroy it. Thus, a vaccine trains the human body to destroy the virus, rather than attacking it itself.


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Time to fix what’s broken
May 2, 2020

Philipp Kristian

Wherever you are on the spectrum of total acceptance to going nuts, one thing is sure: Life changed beyond recognition. Whatever it will go back to eventually will create a new status quo. I’m positive it will be a good one. But the sacrifice we embrace or endure right now will mould us into an updated humanity.

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“Hyper-learning” in the New World: How Covid-19 has changed our approach to learning
April 21, 2020

TOSB Editorial Desk

One of the biggest impacts of Covid-19 has been on the ways we work, especially as the Work from Home life becomes the new normal. There is a higher focus on learning and upskilling. Online courses are booming more than ever before. And self-assessment and discipline have taken priority.

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Women’s Day: TOSB speakers weigh in on what it means to be #EachForEqual
March 13, 2020

TOSB Editorial Desk

In conversation with TOSB speakers Deepa Malik, Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee and Shruti Swaroop for International Women’s Day 2020. TOSB’s exciting TweetChat with our leading women speakers offered some interesting takeaways on why individual action is important and what each of us can do in our own capacity to be #EachForEqual.

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Can Artificial Intelligence paint the next Rembrandt?
March 11, 2020

Jaspreet Bindra

I am not necessarily an art connoisseur, but a Rembrandt caught my eye. It is a portrait of “a Caucasian male with facial hair, between the ages of 30 and 40, wearing black clothes with a white collar and a hat, facing to the right”; it can be found on nextrembrandt.com. It is exquisite, a typical painting by the great Dutch Master, with his unique interplay of light and shadow and a liberal use of paint on canvas, in what is called the impasto technique. The only problem is that it was not painted by Rembrandt.

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