CEOs are not born. They are made. They grow into that position. We asked our CEO winners if they had any weaknesses and how they overcame them. Here is what they said:
The process is followed strictly in most global multinational companies. Every organisation starts with a pool of talent, which it recruits either from educational institutions or laterally.
Sehgal, the chairman of India's largest auto component maker, has been declared as the best CEO (auto ancillaries) by Business Today in 2013.
What traits should a CEO possess to be succesful? Much depends on the environment in which his/her compny operates. Still, there are some qualities the CEO of every company in India had better possess if he hopes to go far.
Ram Charan speaks to N. Madhavan on the changing role of CEOs, whether they are born or made and most importantly, if they should be loved or feared
The IT czar, who bagged the Business Today's Best CEO 2013 award, has never attended any management school. His lessons in running a company have come from real-life experiences.
They have led their companies with elan and vigour, ensuring high growth despite the difficult economic environment. Business Today, with knowledge support from PwC India, presents India's Best CEOs in 2013.
The companies they head have defied the slowdown, runaway input costs, high interest rates and adverse market conditions to deliver stunning results. Presenting the BT-PWC India Listing of India's top 100 CEOs -
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