Ganesaraman Kalyanasundaram

Ganesaraman Kalyanasundaram
Indian Institute of Science | IISC · Departments of Management Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Ganesaraman is working as Vice President and head of Global Internal Audit at [24]7.ai. He is passionate about creating positive community impact and leads [24]7.ai's corporate social responsibility initiatives as a CSR trustee. Previously, he spearheaded the development and management of Information systems. He has deep expertise in financial management, and he was part of the team that completed a few M&As at [24]7.ai He has earlier worked at GE Healthcare, Visteon, and Lucas TVS.

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Technology startups are exposed to multiple challenges. One of the key challenges is conflict, as it has a decisive role in the technology startup evolution. This study examines the effect of conflict on the following two counts: How do conflicts differentiate the success or failure of technology startups? How do conflicts impact the startup lifecy...
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Purpose Entrepreneurs nurture their ambitions of founding tech start-ups that facilitate significant innovations despite vulnerability and considerable uncertainty by resolutely addressing multiple challenges to avert failures. The paper aims to answer how soon do tech start-ups fail, given their lifecycle comprising multiple stages of formation an...
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The entrepreneurial journey is not short of challenges, and about 90% + tech start-ups experience failure (Startup Genome, 2019). The magnitude of the challenges varies across the tech start-up lifecycle stages, namely emergence, stability, and growth. This opens the research question, do the profiles of a start-up and its co-founder impact start-u...
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Tech start-ups bring innovative products and services to the market but experience multiple challenges across the start-up life cycle. Only a few start-ups are successful and a large proportion of the start-ups in India as well as across the world encounters failure. Early identification of a critical incident leading to start-up failure will help...
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Year of enrolment: 2016 Expected final date: 2021 Existing State-of-the-art: Entrepreneurship is the leading indicator of economic growth of a nation and it has a positive impact on employment generation. Entrepreneurs establish technology start-ups and bring innovative products and services to the customers. But technology start-ups encounter mult...
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In an entrepreneurial ecosystem, the failure rate of startups is extremely high at 90%, and every startup that fails becomes an orphan. This phenomenon leads to higher costs of failure for the entrepreneurs in the ecosystem. Failed startups have many lessons to offer to the ecosystem and offer guidance to the potential entrepreneur, and this area i...

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