Kaushik Basu, the outgoing chief economic advisor to finance minister, on interest rates: Part 3 of an exclusive interview to Gautam Chikermane.
Kaushik Basu, the outgoing chief economic advisor to finance minister, on politics: Part 4 of an exclusive interview to Gautam Chikermane
Kaushik Basu, the outgoing chief economic advisor, on inflation: Part 2 of an exclusive interview to Gautam Chikermane.
Kaushik Basu, the outgoing chief economic advisor, on economic growth. Part 1 of an exclusive interview to Gautam Chikermane
For Vinita Bali, one of India's popular business figures, leadership is about pursuit of excellence, which eventually helps achieve success, Rachit Vats reports.
How can India strike a balance between development and environment protection?
WAPCOS Limited is a "mini ratna" public sector enterprise under the Ministry of Water Resources. WAPCOS provides consultancy services in all facets of water resources, power and infrastructure sectors. Its chairman and managing director RK Gupta spoke to HT on a range of issues. Excerpts:
Naina Lal Kidwai, group general manager and country head, HSBC India, spoke to Hindustan Times
on issues ranging from the importance of values, the need for a consultative approach and the role of intuition in decision making. Excerpts:
A leader’s job, says Chanda Kochhar, MD and CEO, ICICI Bank, is to be a step ahead of competition by thinking ahead of the game, even as she herself gets down to the task of giving shape to her legacy — propel the bank into the league of the world’s top 20 banks by size — within her tenure. Excerpts:
Projects and Development India Ltd (PDIL), was established as a technology wing of Fertiliser Corporation of India (FCI) in 1951 with an objective to obtain technological self-reliance. PDIL became an independent entity at the time of re-organisation of FCI in 1978. Its chairman and managing director Medithi Ravi Kanth spoke to Hindustan Times on a range of issues.
His management style has evolved through years of hands-on experience of leading his company, a style which has filled in nicely for the absence of a management degree on his curriculum vitae.
Success formula : Martin Brudermüller, vice-chairman, BASF
He is nearing 70, but Onkar S Kanwar, chairman Apollo Tyres, is like his company — fitter than ever before. Operating in an industry beset with old technology and archaic business ethos, he has successfully managed to steer the company to the position of India’s first global tyre manufacturer, with two overseas acquisitions — South Africa’s Dunlop in 2006 and the Dutch Vredestein in 2009.
Hubert Joly, president and CEO, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.
Founded in 1935 as Bell Aircraft Corporation, Bell Helicopter has set the pace for the industry. Besides being the first to obtain certification for a commercial helicopter, Bell has delivered more than 35,000 aircraft around the world. John L Garrison, president and CEO, Bell Helicopter talks to HT on growth opportunities in India. Excerpts: