The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, June 25, 2000

Leadership and change are closely linked. An awareness of the changing atmosphere at the workplace calls for leaders who can understand and deal with the changing paradigms of corporate culture. No longer is it enough for a manager to limit his job to doing things on time, within budget and the way they were done yesterday, only five per cent better. Leaders are today treading on completely unfamiliar territory where yesterday’s rules no longer apply, notes Prerana Trehan.

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Indian theatre at the crossroads,
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Spiritual scarecrows,
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LIFE TIES: One false step,,
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FEEDBACK: What law cannot cure, society can
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