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His father was a well-knownSanskrit scholar and judge in Chennai. He worked there for four years. Prahalad called his Union Carbide experience a major inflection point in his life.
Four years later, he did his post graduate work in management at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. At Harvard Business School, Prahalad wrote a doctoral thesis on multinational management in just two and a half years, graduating with a D.
The late C. Prahalad was more than an academic; he was one of the foremost business thinkers of our time. He was elected as the most influential living management thinker in and by Thinkers 50, compiled by The Times of London and Suntop Media.
During his long career, he wrote five seminal books on strategy. His book, The Multinational Mission coauthored with Yves Doz set the framework for understanding global business. His book with Gary Hamel, Competing for the Future, hailed as the best business book of , first introduced the idea of "core competencies. Business Week described it as a book "full of disruptive ideas". Prahalad pointed out that the corporate sector can help the poor — profitably.
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C. K. Prahalad
His father was a Tamil scholar and judge in Madras now Chennai. Four years later he did postgraduate work in management at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. At Harvard Business School , Prahalad wrote a doctoral thesis on multinational management in two and a half years, graduating with a DBA degree in Prahalad is the co-author of a number of works in corporate strategy, including The Core Competence of the Corporation with Gary Hamel , Harvard Business Review, May—June which as of [update] was one of the most frequently reprinted articles published by the journal. His last book, co-authored by M. A Mashelkar which was chosen as a Harvard Business Review Top 10 articles on Innovation  and focuses on how developing nations are leading the way in innovation that focuses more on affordability and sustainability as opposed to the common premium pricing model Prahalad was co-founder and became CEO of Praja Inc. The company had goals of providing unrestricted access to information for people at the "bottom of the pyramid" and providing a test bed for various management ideas.
C. K. Prahalad: El hombre que reinó en la cúspide de la base de la pirámide
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