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HABITS MATTER

Hosted by Shreyasi Singh, Founder & CEO, Harappa, Habits Matter Explores The Human Side Of How Things Really Work At Work—Stories, Goof-Ups And Triumphs. Meet A Roster Of Entertaining Guests, People Who’ve Sifted The Good Habits From The Bad, And Are Now Telling It Like It Is

Featured Guests

Peerless convergence from the world of work and academia

Harappa Resources

Blogs

curated reads for impactful learning

1700 Articles
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Podcast

a podcast about work that works

28 episodes
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TV

Original videos for transformational success

300+ videos
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Insights

benchmark though leadership reports

3 reports
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Underground

behavior experiments at the workplace

4 experiments
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Events

dialogs with industry experts and academics

10 events
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Frequently Asked Questions

Harappa is an online learning institution of the future that blends time-tested pedagogy with innovative learning experiences and byte-sized content tailored to the busy lives of professionals on-the-go. With academically robust and application-oriented frameworks, learners get a chance to build Thrive Skills to help them navigate their most crucial career cusps. Our unique curriculum helps learners build skills to succeed at every stage of their careers. Our development programs are sharply targeted for different career stages and include interactive elements like behavioral assessments, virtual workshops and practice exercises to enable the application of course concepts.

Thrive Skills are an essential set of cognitive, social and behavioral skills that enable individuals to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career. Thrive Skills form the bedrock of all Harappa programs and are ever-evolving. They are informed by contemporary thinking on essential workplace skills, conversations with talent development experts and Harappa’s point of view on what it takes to truly make an impact at work. For more information, click here.

Thrive Skills are relevant for professionals to build essential competencies that’ll help them navigate their most crucial career cusps. We believe Thrive Skills should be exciting for the learner, meaningful for their employers, and inspiring for Harappa’s courseware designers and facilitators!

The Harappa Advantage is rooted in outcome-based online learning. At the beginning of the program, we benchmark learner skills to set the baseline. The benchmarking exercise takes into account a learner’s specific context and workplace environment. The benchmark is then used to map a learner’s progress over the course of the program.

Our imaginatively-curated global faculty are a convergence of the world of work and academia, enriching course and program content with their anecdotes and fascinating lived wisdom. Meet our rockstar faculty here.

Pramath Raj Sinha (Founder & Chairman) and Shreyasi Singh (Founder& CEO) are Harappa’s chief inspirer and warrior respectively.

Pramath is a pioneering force in Indian education and has played crucial roles in establishing ISB and Ashoka University as top-notch higher education institutions in India. He has also been a media entrepreneur, education consultant and management advisor at the 9.9 Group, which he founded, the CEO of the Ananda Bazar Patrika Group, and a Partner at McKinsey & Company.

Shreyasi’s journey to entrepreneurship, and higher education, is itself symbolic of the diversity and opportunities of modern careers. She began her career as a journalist, and spent more than 10 years in media, across news agencies, broadcast and specialty print media. She was the editor of the Indian edition of Inc., the iconic American business magazine, and has written books on entrepreneurship. A few years ago, she switched to higher education, driven by how higher education can transform lives and aspirations by innovating on curriculum.

With shared roots in Bihar, their common code of values offsets their unique personalities, varied perspectives and diverse life journeys perfectly. What binds them now is their singular vision: to build a learner-centered institution of the future.