Corporate Social Responsibility
Non-State Players in Human Development Achieving India’s Goals
Tarun Khanna, Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor, HBS and Director, The Mittal Institute
Ashish Nanda, Robert Braucher Professor of Practice, Faculty Director of Executive Education, and Research Director at the Program on the Legal Profession, HLS; Director, IIM-A
V. Kasturi ‘Kash’ Rangan, Malcolm P. McNair Professor of Marketing, HBS
From February 3 to 6, 2014, The Mittal Institute collaborated with the World Bank and the Government of India’s Department of Public Enterprise to organize a four-day Executive Development Program titled “Non-State Players in Human Development – Achieving India’s Goals” The workshop took place at the Harvard Business School Classroom at the Taj Land End Hotel in Mumbai, India.
The workshop was facilitated by Kash Rangan, HBS, Tarun Khanna, The Mittal Institute and HBS, and Ashish Nanda, HLS and IIM-A. Assisting with the program was Shashank Shah, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Management Studies. Namrata Arora, The Mittal Institute Associate Director of the Mumbai office, and Payal Narain, The Mittal Institute consultant, coordinated the program. The 47 participants were mainly top-level managers and executives from the large and medium-sized Indian public sector corporations, and some private sector companies.
Media and Resources
A pool for do-gooders
By Tarun Khanna, The Indian Express
Harvard University CSR sessions for India execs