Shaping Tomorrow is working on various activities held in each of its five Centres of Excellence. The projects taken up by Shaping Tomorrow are housed in one of these Centres, drawing knowledge and resources from other Centres also when required. The projects of are often interdisciplinary in nature, giving the Centres much wider reach and perspective in their activities.
Centre for Competition & Corporate Law
The centre will focus on creation, dissemination & application of competition, consumer & corporate laws for supporting governments, regulators, corporates & citizens. This centre will work for citizen empowerment and making markets fairer & more competitive.
Centre for Corporate Finance and Management
The centre will work with premier business schools and industry for creation, collation & effective application of state-of-the-art knowledge in the areas of corporate finance, strategy & management, with focus on managing businesses in tomorrow's world.
Centre for Governance Start-ups and Reforms
The centre will be a catalyst for promoting and assisting initiatives for disruptive innovation in governance, facilitate setting up of governance start-ups, and support governments in creating internal and external policy and eco-systems for ushering in future-ready governance for the world of tomorrow.
Centre for Sustainable Development Goals
The centre will partner with, and provide creative support to, governments, multi-lateral agencies, businesses, institutions, academia, experts, civil society and other stakeholders, for achievement of sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations on 25th September, 2015.
Centre for Foresight
The centre will collate, create and disseminate knowledge on foresight (futures studies), and assist governments, corporates, institutions and people in its application for helping shape a better tomorrow.
Competition Regulation & Competitiveness In India
IIM Kashipur prepared this report on the "Third International Conference on Competition Regulation and Competition" held in India on 5th February 2016.
12 Disruptive Technologies by McKinsey
McKinsey Global Institute has identified twelve potentially economically disruptive technologies. These are advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy.
Decoding & Implementing SDGs
SDGs present a holistic dream & a huge opportunity to create a healthy, prosperous & sustainable State/India with happy people.
The Revolutionary Blockchain
The blockchain technology that underlies crypto currency has the potential to disrupt a wide variety of transactions and processes beyond the traditional systems.