CEO of Smartlink Communications. Global analyst, consultant and trainer, passionate about leadership, global communications and competition.
Seventy-five years after starting a new chapter in its own history, India, Indian businesses and Indian entrepreneurs often find themselves at the intersection of others’ history as India prepares to assume the presidency of the G20. Whether it is international affairs, business or economic policy, Indian decision-makers often find themselves pivotal.
In themselves, the achievements might seem disparate and even heteronomous:
• In terms of entrepreneurs, we see Indian professionals leading many of the world’s most successful companies—with examples such as Google’s Sundar Pichai, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella and Twitter’s former Parag Agrawal being among the most well known—while leaders of large, family-led, domestic companies, such as the Ambani family of Reliance…