Aparna likes exploring intersections – primarily of business, design and leadership. Her popular column, Head Office, in the Mint newspaper, features CEOs, founders and heads of organizations, and looks at leadership through the joint lens of workspace design and management workstyles. The column led to her first book, Working Out of the Box: 40 stories of leading CEOs. She has previously written for the UK’s Weekend Financial Times, and is currently on the Board of Studies and a Visiting Faculty Member at the Anant National University in Ahmedabad, dedicated to the study of the built environment.
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