With the successors to iconic industry leaders like Ratan Tata, N R Narayana Murthy and others all under debate, is India Inc facing a crisis in leadership?
The successors to iconic industry leaders like Ratan Tata, N R Narayana Murthy and others have been under debate in recent times. Do you think India Inc facing a crisis in leadership?.Initiated by Keshav Kumar on 28 Apr, 2011 | Total Comments: (34)
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THE successors to iconic industry leaders like Ratan Tata, N R Narayana Murthy and others India Inc facing a crisis in leadership?.
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Yes. There is indeed shortage of leaders at present who can lead India..
.our mostly leaders are Corrupted. Our countries 90% population
having no future life. So it is impossible for them to think
INDIA.S FUTURE and who will the ideal leaders.
Yes . There is indeed shortage of leaders at present who can lead India ..our mostly leasders are corrupted. our countryies 90% population having no future . Posted by anil ranchandra, consultant at sai pigments | 12 Mar, 2013
- India is very tipical country, any one can be leader, any one can lead the mobe, only thing, the leader has to win the heart either on humanity, or on sympathy. Leaders are many in India but requires money power to impress the grass root level people, the mobe, the group, group of same interest, www.nkgktg.wordpress.com, Thanks for visit to my profile, U may visit to, https://sites.google.com/site/saibabamemorial/home/happy-greetings-of-the-day Posted by Krishnakant Gandhi, Desire to work Director, MD, CEO,Consultant at Retired | 28 Oct, 2012
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- When industrial leaders taking country in the global market with all sorts of magnificent colors, nation starving for bold and dynamic leader in politics. Posted by rajesh kumar Joshi, Advocate at Private legal practitionar | 05 Sep, 2012
I do not think so, India has superb talent to name few with recent news of Mr Tata on Mr Anand Mahindra is a step how the younger talent is making its waves, Mr Ambani or their Mrs too are making challenging roles in the shaping of India in various fields
Mr Navin Jindal jee , Mr Aditya Birla jee , and others . I feel our chambers of commere whether it is FICCI, or PHD and others stand testimony to these .
I respect and appreciate the foot steps laid by Shri Ratan Tata jeeand Shri Narayan Murthy jee and others Shri Azim Prem jee for bringing confidence among us all to make a Glorious India , which is capable of to produce and offer to world. These are The views are my personal please. Posted by s k kaul, Regional Manager at MSTC Ltd | 22 Aug, 2012
- IN my opinion not only India inc even India is facing leadership crisis, we are living in past and aiming at great future but no body can explain the present position. The paradox prevailing in our society has no explanation. The worst part is there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel. Be it education, management or HDI. Posted by Parmod Sachdeva. CFP, Financial Planner & Trainer at (Self Employed) | 01 Aug, 2012
- Surely India inc is facing a leadership crises , even if the professionals are groomed inside to take up the managerial role , India Inc is not been able to groom-up professionals to take up the mantle of a good leader , unlike Motorolla & P&G which never faced leadership crises at the top. Posted by Utsav Jha, Assistant Manager- Internal Audit at PACL India Limited | 08 May, 2012
- Due to our psychological set up we Indian mostly remain duty oriented than right oriented.This lead to creation of more followers than leaders. We have to change our mind set and start thinking in the context of right and should take lead in justification and-execution of our rights. Posted by Dr.Tabrez Ahmad, Professor and Associate Director at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies ( College of Legal Studies) | 13 Mar, 2012
- There is no crisis in the leadership.All Top companies are grooming their subordinates to should higher responsibilities in case of crisis. Posted by RAMESH KUMAR WANGNOO | 08 Mar, 2012
- Any country or a company or a sports team which has larger than life leaders tend to think who will be next after the departure of the iconic leaders. Didn't we not think the same way "After Nehru who?". But we got a top and perhaps most powerful leader in modern India. No wonder the times are changing and it will inevitably throw up new role models or new leaders. In the course of time if these companies may have had meticulously planned the succession well in advance-as a top company is expected- they will get the new set of leaders soon otherwise these companies may not last long, if they have to and at bet remain mediocre company for a long time till they throw up a charismatic leader who has the gut to take forward the ...See More Posted by Prabhakar Srivastava, Director at Indo Western Tradelinks Limited | 30 Jan, 2012
- India has a rich pool of talent. Only issue is that most of the business houses in India want to retain the top leadership positions within the family and that is the reason that this rich pool of talent which is available outside the family is not being tapped and provided an opportunity to lead. NR Narayana Murthy and Ratan Tata have set an example by choosing the leader from this available pool of talent outside the family. Posted by Ritu | 19 Jan, 2012
- India is on growing path in Industrial Sector, we do not get affected by overseas recession & growth is on our own. The credit must be passed on to the major Indutrialist, since they are the main contributors to this growth. National leadership at government level is frankly not available, some how they are running the government. The only state is Gujrat where the leader is effective & the leaders in rest of the part of India is for name sake. They do not have vision & they are expert in retaining majority for which they can go to any level. My suggestion is if all the major Industrialist unite together & take lead then India can be No.1 in the world. Infrastructure is lacking & the existing leaders play a role " How it should ...See More Posted by C V Deshpande | 29 Dec, 2011
- India has a rich pool of talent. Only issue is that most of the business houses in India want to retain the top leadership positions within the family and that is the reason that this rich pool of talent which is available outside the family is not being tapped and provided an opportunity to lead. NR Narayana Murthy and Ratan Tata have set an example by choosing the leader from this available pool of talent outside the family. Let us hope that other business houses will also follow these examples and industry will not face a crisis in leadership. Posted by Rajesh Verma, Group Financial Controller at QuarkCity India Pvt Ltd | 25 Nov, 2011
- Change is the most important feature of a living thing .the old ones get depleted to give way to the new ones and everyone has to respect that.There has to be something to look for and that has always been a change ,becoz whenever the demandcomes at large the supply has to respond and only when there comes a prime need ,,,a leader comes out from the crowd to let others follow him .The dearth or hole will get filled soon by the optimistics and self believers becoz only they are the real achievers.ambanis can be in large numbers but people like n.murthy comes after hundred years..jai mata di lets rock.... Posted by ashu Verma, IT specialist at freelancer | 07 Oct, 2011
Leadership can be defined as one's ability to get others to willingly follow. Every organization needs leaders at every level. Leaders can be found and nurtured if you look for the following character traits.
A leader with vision has a clear, vivid picture of where to go, as well as a firm grasp on what success looks like and how to achieve it. But it’s not enough to have a vision; leaders must also share it and act upon it. Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric Co., said, "Good business leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision and relentlessly drive it to completion."
...See More Posted by Subal Mahato, Asst. Manager at Automat Industries Pvt. Ltd. | 14 Sep, 2011
- I don't think their is a dearth of leaders in this country but yes there is a problem in the process of grooming leaders from within. Reasons could be multiple - ability of the current leader to groom successor, internal politics as everybody wants to be a leader whether he/she has the leadership skills or not, etc. Also in our country a 'Manager' tag is given more 'respect' so everybody tries to acquire it. Posted by Ziauddin Syed, Consultant at Dicetek Singapore | 06 Sep, 2011
- Top leaders are selected from the lot who got elevated to that slot from the lower levels. It takes years for the lower cadres to reach to that level. It is the resultant of likes and dislikes that evaluated a person for many years in an organisation that suddenly expose him or her as suitable for selection as a top leader. But then what would happen when the grooming process in itself has gone faulty over the years. You are likely to have a lot with more or less the same characteristics to select from. Such a situation has arisen because quick success and profitability on short term basis was given more importance than organisational culture and employee satisfaction. More over the process of evaluating an organisation has been ...See More Posted by Rajan C Mathew, Dy General Manager at Steel Authority of India Limited | 17 Aug, 2011
- I do not think India Inc is facing any kind of crisis in leadership. We have great pool of leadership talents and dynamic professionals in their own field.What is more important to note that leadership skills are undermined in our present polluted environment of Governmental and political system. Leadership skills cannot be measured in polluted political system in the country.Debate should be not on the iconic industry leaders but it should be on how to purify this country from corrupt politicians and bureaucrats and for this if we get solutions we need not worry for successor to iconic industry leaders. I once again reiterate there is no dearth in our country to assume inspiring leadership role in ...See More Posted by gopal naik, Sr. VP & Head - legal at Aditya Birla Retail Ltd | 13 Aug, 2011
One thing is certain, these companies are successful because of certain DNA developed by their founders and leaders. The DNA drives the company. I have personal working experience of big companies like L&T, TATA. The companies ethos and relationships especially with senior colleagues are important as the latter are actually the prime movers of various depts in a company. The Head and various limbs are well linked so that limbs follow every thought created by the Head.
Yes, it is true that industry has got caught with rapid growth in businesses in India, they have gone for globalization and, are facing global competition at home so also manpower skills shortage, constantly firefighting due to ripple effects ...See More Posted by Mahendra Kapadia, ex-GM at Tata Projects Ltd. | 11 Aug, 2011
- No..........I dont think so......because in India lot of born leaders are their, only thing is to find out such leaders to lead the team. Posted by B D S Kumar, Asstt. Manager - Customer support at KCPL | 11 Aug, 2011
- Ratan Tata's image got significantly tarnished after the Radia disclosures, though for the Tata house he possibly continues to be a model head. Both Tata and Narayana Murthy have chosen their successors from among outsiders rather than insiders, which does not speak of their own skills in grooming up their successors in-house, which in my opinion diminishes their leadership skills significantly. Posted by Chandra Shekhar A.K., Retired Director Finance at TCIL New Delhi | 14 Jul, 2011
- INDIAN OR WE CAN INDUSTRIES ROUND THE WORLD ARE FACING ICONIC LEADERS GLUT AND WHEN THE INDUSTRY THEY DO NOT TRY TO KEEP THEM OR RETAIN THEM ARE GENERALLY SEEN WITH CONTEMPT BY ONE GROUP OR THE OTHER Posted by PRADEEP AGARWAL, SOUTH HEAD (F&A) at Ahluwalia Contacts (I) Ltd. | 21 Jun, 2011
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- RATAN TATA, N R NARAYANAN MURTHY AND OTHERS ALL ARE GETTING EXCESSIVE MEDIA EXPOSURE MORE THAN THEY DESERVE. LOOK AT INDIAN PROFESSIONALS MIGRATED ABROAD, THEY ARE MORE PROFESSIONAL, SUAVE PROBABLY MORE EXPERTISED THAN THOSE STEALING LIMELIGHT NOW. MAKE THE SLATE CLEAN THERE ARE HUGE INDIAN DIASPORA TALENT POOL THEY CAN TAKE OVER AND INDIA CAN SEE A QUANTUM JUMP IN ALL SECTORS. EVEN TODAY INDIANS VIRTUALLY RULE VAST OF AFRICAN RESOURCES AND INDUSTRIES FOLLOWING MORE STRICTER RULE THAN INDIA, THAT TOO NO BUSINESS IS FACING SHUTDOWN LIKE WHAT HAPPENS FREQUENTLY IN SOME SECTORS IN INDIA. SO NO POINT TO THINK THAT TATA AND MURTHY ARE THE LAST HOPES FOR INDIA. NRI INDIANS ONLY EXPECT A CLEAN GOVT. SYSTEM AS PREVAILING ONLY IN THE ...See More Posted by DEBASIS MAJUMDAR, GM-POWER PLANT at KSPL | 08 Jun, 2011
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- On the contrary, I think there are more corporate leaders then ever before who are worthy and capable. It is a passing phase and we will soon move on with the current dilemma of current leadership crisis. Posted by www.rentanaddress.com | 15 May, 2011
yes India is facing shortage of leaders in both indian industry and goverment .
billion rupee scams are coming underway so i think there is more need of leaders in india's goverment Posted by burhan ratlamwala, Director at Mh steel | 14 May, 2011
- Yes . There is indeed shortage of leaders at present who can lead India . This being felt more in coallation times. Posted by Satya Narayana Palukuru, Advocates & Mediators at Advocate , Hyderabad | 09 May, 2011
- india want silent leader which can take place all the aspect accordingly without any disturbance to run the tenure of the governament so india inc is not facing a crisis in leadership Posted by Zulkharnine Sultana, Director Finance at Zunine Consultant | 04 May, 2011
- There is no dearth of leaders but while I type this reply, KVK is already identified to head Infosys. Now I feel there is dearth of efforts in searching for an appropriate leader. Business sucess depends on three factors - first the leader, the second the leader and the team and the third the environment. I think people should not be Fooled by Randomness as described by Nassim N Taleb and by chance performance should not be mistaken as related to skill. Top Management is only paid for the result - no matter the process. There seems to be no such thing as a foolish decision if it results in profits. Every one wants to succeed in life. But the causes of sucess remains mystery - is it skill, strategy, timing or something ...See More Posted by NAGARAJ H N, Deputy General Manager at State Bank Of Mysore | 01 May, 2011
- that's true. Posted by Suryanaryana Rajeshakar | 28 Apr, 2011
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