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Indian Management Giants

Posted by iBlog on August 9, 2007

India and other developing countries face a deficit of available human intellectual capital necessary to manage and sustain their rapidly transforming economic enterprises and capital markets, huge inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI), and the shift caused by outsourcing businesses in today’s globalizing world. India’s diverse culture, English-speaking talent, and emerging economic power have stimulated its business schools (B-schools) to diversify their programs to make students cognizant of the latest technologies and to create cross-cultural adaptability through off-campus activities. Their rapid development is essential to bridge the intellectual gap between developed and developing countries. B-schools have the potential, through innovative educational programs, to train global managers and leaders to collaborate and to view the world through a global lens. Through these programs, Indian B-schools can create more awareness about India itself as well as develop economic strategies aimed at achieving a high economic growth rate.

Read the full article in Harvard International Review

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