Leaders today step back and share credit with their team and promote others. We have gathered here to learn from the best, said Raj Chengappa, Group Editorial Director (Publishing), India Today Group in his welcome speech.
"India is a land which celebrates contradictions," said Bhaskar Bhat, Managing Director, Titan Company, in his keynote address on 'Future of Consumption in India'. The modern Indian consumer is a bundle of contradictions. To start with, she aspires to own the most swanky car or watch, wants to send her children to the best international schools, but at the same time, she is value-conscious.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari confers Tech Mahindra CEO CP Gurnani with India's Best CEOs award in the IT & ITES category.
The larger debate is not about online versus offline but a synergy of both. One of the key questions confounding companies-if online can stand without brick and mortar businesses-was the topic of the Brick vs Click session at the 6th edition of BT MindRush.
Aroon Purie, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief, India Today Group (left) and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari inaugurate Business Today's special issue of India's Best CEOs at MindRush 2019. The annual Business Today Best CEO survey throws up new insights into what separates the truly great business leaders from the rank and file.
Recognised as one of the most coveted industry awards, BT Best CEO Awards are evaluated on several business parameters including the company's growth in revenue and profit, innovation and transformational changes, impactful strategies and contribution to the nation's growth.
Pradeep Kumar, Additional Secretary, Department of Industry, Bihar and MD, BSIDC, threw light on the initiatives taken in the state at the Business Today's 6th edition of MindRush. Kumar spoke the economic growth trajectory in Bihar.
CP Gurnani (Left), Managing Director and CEO at Tech Mahindra in coversation with Rajeev Dubey, Editor, BusinessToday.In and Managing Editor, Business, TV Today at MindRush 2019. Gurnani urged organisations not to get paranoid about technological changes but be decisive.
Wars of the future are going to be cyber, says Janmejaya Sinha, Chairman (India) at Boston Consulting Group.
Team is more important than technology and resources; a competent CEO will face problems if he doesn't have a good team and turnover increases, says Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.
Machines are doing the job humans did -- this is a trend that would accelerate in the years ahead. The question then is what should humans do? And how should organisations adapt for this sort of a future, Mike Walsh, CEO at Tomorrow discussed during the first session Dictionary for the Future.
In the session Brick vs Click, speakers discussed about the increasing trend of online shopping and its impact on the performance of retail stores.
David Wood, Coach & Trainer on Enhancing Productivity during his master class said the reason we stay in our comfort zone is because we are afraid we would stand out.