Do the Indians drive on the left side of the road or on the wrong side? What seems strange to one makes perfect sense to the other.
In a world that is shrinking, India continues growing.
One of the world’s largest economies with the fastest growing middle class, over 20 million millionaires, the fastest growing Telecommunications, Automotive and Pharmaceutical industries to name a few, India continues to evolve as a powerhouse.
India is a land of social, linguistic and religious contrasts. It lives in several centuries simultaneously. Consequently, it is as modern as it is conventional, as rich as it is poor and as advanced as it is traditional.
Religious beliefs are often the driving force behind business decisions. The poorest hawker to the richest hedge fund manager starts his business day with a prayer.
Economic progress may have led to the adoption of western management styles, but it has also led to the reassertion of traditional business values.
Challenges to consider:
- Is there a recipe for simplifying the collaboration process with Indians?
- How do I ensure reliability in my interactions with Indians?
- How do I ensure HQ/subsidiary alignment?
- How do I accelerate decision implementation?
- How do I achieve efficient time management?
Bridge cultural divides for better results.
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