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- What skill does the innovator’s mind need to develop in college and the early years of working?
- What should be the approach to re-skilling and learning while a young professional is at work?
- The topic says – Inside the innovator’s mind. How does Pranav Mistry think before he works on a technology to make products?
- How should the youth think about developing new products and/or services?
- What factors should be considered when aiming for the sky, if you have an innovative bent of mind?
- You may be great at innovation. How does have a sharp business acumen make the product that people are looking for?
- How can formal or classroom education help drive the innovation mindset? Or, can it?
- How can India’s youth play a larger part in the global tech revolution? As a country, we still seem to be at the fringes?
- Did you ever think that the technologies that you worked on could disrupt and reshape industries? At what stage did you realise that you were doing that?
- What key qualities should the disruptors of tomorrow have?
- In all your interactions with the Indian tech community, which city has the best raw material to be the disruptor using technology?
- Your email is public. How many emails do you, typically, get in a day? How do you manage to go through them? Any tech that helps you?
- How can the average person take care of the digital junk?
India is a giant for tech outsourcing services? How can it identity its niche is products and breakthrough technologies?
PRANAV MISTRY, Former CEO And President Of Samsung Technology And Advanced Research
- Ashutosh Sinha, Senior Editor, The Economic Times (Moderator)