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Articles & Speeches by Ravi Chaudhry

Beyond CSR: Emergence of SRC – A Socially Responsible Corporation 

Article on beCause blog : 8th March 2018

A new yardstick: Base camp traits not enough for leaders to steer businesses in 21st Century

Why we have Fewer Good Leaders: Article on beCause blog

The Biggest Obstacles to a Country’s Growth lie within the Country and not Outside
Interview with The Slovenia Times, Ljubljana – 19 August 2015 

EthicMark – A Global Initiative to make a Difference 
Article by Ravi Chaudhry, Member, Judges Panel, EthicMark Awards ©

The Future of India Russia Relations
Article published by Russian International Affairs Council, Moscow – December 2014

People all over the world have more that unites them than divides them
Article written for BMW Global Foundation, Berlin – October 2014

Responsible Entrepreneurship is the Key Driver of Responsible Leadership in the Nation
Address by Ravi Chaudhry, Chairman of CeNext Consulting: 23rd March 2013, at The Next Great Entrepreneur Meet: 2013, New Delhi
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Ravi Chaudhry’s Address on Transformimg India at IIC New Delhi – 9Jan2013
I am most humbled that in our Winter of Discontent, such a distinguished group of knowledgeable citizens have braved real winter to join our dialogue today.
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Lure of the Green Card for Sustainability
Ravi Chaudhry’s Article in Business Standard – issue dated 7th January 2013:

Corporate Social Responsibility – A pre-requisite for Success Hereafter
Ravi Chaudhry’s Address at 2nd Annual Canada-India Business Forum, New Delhi 6th November 2012
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Re-inventing Strategy to Cope with Future
Ravi Chaudhry’s Address at Pakistan India Management Summit, Lahore, Pakistan. 20 September 2012
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Interview with Financial Express
A company that makes only money is considered to be a poor company
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Speech on Exceptional Leadership Award for Ratan Tata
Fellow residents of Planet earth, we are gathered here this evening to honour Mr Ratan Tata.
What exactly do we mean – when we say – honour someone.
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