Changing Currents in Indian Corporates
Even the smallest of changes can impact us in a big way. In a world that is witnessing a pace of change that was hitherto unthought of, corporates have to adjust and adapt continuously. Indian corporates have been able to not only embrace but also to accelerate disruption by leveraging the ability of Indians to combine affordability with excellence across multiple sectors. However, the road ahead is fraught with challenges.
There is an urgent need for the Government and the corporate world to come together and face these challenges through the development of a better governance system for corporates, increase in transparency, improvement in project implementation, and investment in key areas such as education, infrastructure, health, connectivity, etc.
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