Best CEOs 2019
India's Best CEOs

Mukesh Ambani was chosen as the champion of champions by the jury from the four winners of the size categories.

 
 

Vinod Dasari's focussed leadership helped debt-ridden Ashok Leyland avoid a crash and turn around.

Despite no big product launches in the US last year, Natco Pharma gained from its strategy of focussing on a few big products. It now hopes to build on this.

The shortlisting process accounts for both quantitative as well as qualitative aspects.

Sajjan Jindal, Chairman of JSW Steel, buys when everyone sells.

Kenichi Ayukawa led Maruti to a position of historic strength in 2017/18 and is prepping the company for future challenges.

CP Gurnani's formula is to break down complex issues and tackle the parts one by one.

From human hair to shrimp feed to related opportunities - Alluri Indra Kumar can find the link, and make it work.
 
 

Britannia Industries' MD Varun Berry is set to turn the company into a total foods company.

Rajeev Jain has the unique ability to think like a customer and come up with marketable products.

Shree Cement believes in being different. So, it expanded during a downturn, and even bought a Gulf-based company. The bold bets are set to pay off.

Mukesh Ambani is betting on consumer businesses to take RIL's story forward.

IS Jha's focus on speed of execution of projects has done wonders for PowerGrid.

Alliances with right partners will be key in building a sustainable and smart business ecosystem.

Azim Premji is not only one of India's biggest entrepreneurs, he is also the face of corporate philanthropy.