India has realised, later than many other nations, that in order to
prosper in the new world economy it will need to successfully
manage its knowledge assets. This book investigates the rise of
entrepreneurship and knowledge management. It looks at the high
tech sector, how it is at present and it's prospects for growth. It
then goes onto analyse the effect that the knowledge economy will
have on labour, business strategy and corporate restructuring and
highlights the challenges that India will face, not least whether
it can offer enough employment potential for 1 billion people.
|Country of origin:
• Parthasarathi Banerjee
||Electronic book text
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