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Harvard Business School's programme features designer Ritu Kumar

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As a part of an ongoing initiative at HBS, they identified top business leaders who have created and managed businesses in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America over the last four decades with the aim to offer compelling insights into their strategies and wider societal responsibilities.

New Delhi: Veteran Indian designer Ritu Kumar has featured in the Harvard Business School's (HBS) programme, wherein students are made to study and understand emerging markets through the viewpoints of successful business leaders across various domains.

As a part of an ongoing initiative at HBS, they identified top business leaders who have created and managed businesses in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America over the last four decades with the aim to offer compelling insights into their strategies and wider societal responsibilities.

The school conducted interviews of the leaders, exploring pivotal moments of corporate transition, strategic shifts, and responses to economic and political crises with a vision to show how businesses navigate turbulence, and can create value for their societies, said a statement.

The interview transcripts and supporting resources provide compelling new empirical evidence and perspectives on business, management and entrepreneurship in emerging markets which is intended to transform research and teaching on the subject.

first published:August 10, 2015, 17:42 IST