What Western CEOs can learn from their Indian counterparts

US companies often think about strategy in terms of chasing customers or pursuing market opportunities, but Indian firms will more often start by identifying their strengths, identifying their customers' needs, and then try to meet those needs.

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Shadi Katyal

7 years ago

It is difficult to evaluate as we comparing apples with oranges.Most of Indian companies and management is held in families and it is whom you know are hired so how does one evaluate?
Secondly if management spends 60 days for training why is productivity so low?
How does one compare West MNC with India family owned company?
If employees are3 that well trained why so many tool hours down ?
Nice to learn that progress is on the way

Are US vineyards trying in vain?

The dollar value of US retail wine sales dropped 3.3% to $29 billion in 2009 after rising every year and almost tripling from 1991 through 2008. More than 30 wineries are for sale in California, Oregon and Washington, the most ever.

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Toyota Prius sales accelerate in Japan

Toyota’s Prius hybrid outsold all other car brands in Japan last month. The world’s No 1 car company moved 27,000 units of the car off dealer lots. It is the 10th straight month in a row that the Prius was the top-selling car in Toyota’s home market.

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