- Paperback: 208 pages
- Publisher: Westland; 2015 edition (10 March 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9384030848
- ISBN-13: 978-9384030841
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.1 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,75,461 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Make it in India: Global CEOS, Indo-US Insights Paperback – 10 Mar 2015
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About the Author
Ranjini Manian, Founder and CEO of Global Adjustments, is an inter-cultural coach to heads of multinational corporations and the Editor of Culturama, India’s only culture magazine for expatriates. She founded the India Immersion Center and is the owner of the global Indian brand. She has lived in India, Japan and France. Educated in Mumbai University and Sorbonne Paris, she served on the Women’s Leadership Board at Harvard. Joanne Grady Huskey, and North American Representative, is a cross cultural trainer and international educator and has worked with many international companies in China, India, Kenya and Taiwan to assist their employees in transitioning to international living. Educated in Harvard and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she is the vice-president of iLIVE2LEAD: Young Women’s International Leadership Program. Part of a Foreign Service family, she has lived and worked in eight nations in Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
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As a young Indian expat posted in Singapore to oversee Asia Pacific and Australia, 15 years ago, I could relate with amusement to many of the anecdotes and tips shared by these very imminent and successful CEOs .
“ Make it in India” is as relevant to young Indian expats as much as to professional and entrepreneurs in India who are engaging Globally and equally relevant to Global individuals who want to successfully engage with India
That said my personal experience has been that while a number of Indian expats who have gone overseas have been very successful in adapting and becoming Global citizens , they have struggled engaging Indian colleagues back in India .
Interestingly many Indian Expats who have returned back to India continue to engage every successfully with overseas colleagues but continue their struggle with engaging with Indian colleagues in India .
"Make it in India” is very relevant for expats coming into India as well .Relatively speaking viz the number of expats in senior and CEO positions in Asia are significantly higher and very successful.Many of the examples and anecdotes shared in the book will augur very well as India becomes a very important Global destination for overseas professionals .
When I was first introducing “Make it in India” , my first impression was that the book would focus on what and how these imminent CEO’s view the debate on “Make in India for the World" or "Make in India for Indians” . I was pleasantly surprised that the book has given a new perspective on multicultural and inter personal dynamics in "Making it in India"
The tips and facts mentioned in the book will help every individual to understand the culture and business aspect.
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