by Anshuman Rawat on Apr 18th 2016
Internal communications ought to facilitate decision making at the top via quality ‘floor feedback’ and encourage employee participation and output via clear and compassionate responsibility delegation – leading to overall benefit of the organization, the management and the employees.
by Anshuman Rawat on May 26th 2015
‘Friend’ is a rather strong word, but I believe Sabeen Mahmud and I considered each other almost that – despite not being in touch lately. We had first got talking in 2006 due to our common links then with The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE).
by Anshuman Rawat on Mar 4th 2015
As I grapple with the initial, broad mapping of content and technology architectures of a news journalism product that I plan to launch in India, I must admit that I am unusually distracted by the state of brand equity – and the consequent future – of the product category itself.
by Anshuman Rawat on Sep 29th 2013
Evicted from Bhutan at the age of 11, Vidhyapati Mishra spent two decades in U.N.-funded Bhutanese refugee camp in eastern Nepal before resettling in the United States. The self-learned journalist Mishra featured in the New York Times with his powerful narrative story about the other side of the Bhutan’s gross national happiness.
Anshuman RAWAT (born 9 Oct 1974) is an Indian journalist-editor, communications specialist, author, filmmaker and serial media entrepreneur. His long-term ambition is to play a leading role in the development and spread of social welfare-oriented convergence of communication and technology in India - and indeed across the developing world. He currently lives in Ahmedabad, India.