There are some who insist it’s a natural corollary of India’s rapid rise on the world stage. Others point to the economically hit global powerhouses seeking new thoughts from lands far away. Either way, there’s no denying the phenomenal rise of thinkers of Indian origin in management globally. While all of them doff their hat to the motherland, these new gurus signal an Indian “school of management” that global audiences are fast seeking to tap into.
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