Anthropology and Design Thinking
Is it time for a ‘designthropologist’ to work alongside the ‘designeer’?
Innovating in Distributed Organizations
Seven trends defining change and transformation within distributed organizations in a pandemic reality.
Gender, Duty, and Unequal Balances During the Pandemic
What the turn to online education has meant for members of the faculty at an Indian business school
Lost in Translation
Language serves as a measure of culture and inclusion in the world of Wikipedia. Yet this is trickier than we think.
Putting the C (Culture) into CSR
The right culture is necessary for realizing CSR which supports real social innovation.
Livelihoods in delivery and logistics in India
Through research, we identified key opportunities to enable livelihoods in the sector.
Transforming to a platform-led business model
Our insight led framework spotlights key considerations for organisations to build readiness.
Our team's publications in peer-reviewed journals :
SAKSENA, G. & A. MOHANTY 2022. Information, and liable relations of wellbeing during COVID19: An ethnographic exploration of disruption in London.
SAKSENA, G. & A. MOHANTY 2021. Reimagining livelihoods : An ethnographic inquiry into anticipation, agency, and reflexivity as India’s impact ecosystem responds to post-pandemic rebuilding.
SAKSENA, G. & A. MOHANTY
Mohanty, Abhishek (2021) 'Opinion Piece: Are Big Data Judgements About Health Or Personality More Accurate Than Those Made By Humans? An Anthropological Critique In Relation To The Quantified Self Movement.' The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, 13 (2019/2020). pp. 206-215.