About the book
The need of the hour is to develop a more nuanced anddeeper understanding of each others' cultures, workingstyles and professional concerns. Make it In India isa treasure trove of insights to questions such as these,answered by CEOs, both Indian and American, aboutdoing business successfully in India and abroad.
By candidly talking about their own experiences, elevenCEOs from major international corporations give you aclose-up look at what it takes for a successful internationalcompany to prosper and thrive in today's India.From impressive first contacts, human resourceand human relations issues to negotiations, genderaugmentation and increased efficiency in meetings, thisbook talks to all your needs which impact the bottomline.
"This book, Make it In India comes as a powerfulinstrument to help people of India and the USA achievea comfortable and valuable working relationship.''
N R Narayana Murthy, Founder, InfosysIndia needs infrastructure, and technology for twenty-first century manufacturing US needs talent inengineering and science to help keep it as the Innovationleader of the world. There is a synergy between thetwo great democracies that should be enabled throughnecessary policy changes on both sides.
About the Author
Ranjini Manian, Founder and CEO of Global Adjustments,is an inter-cultural coach to heads of multinationalcorporations and the Editor of Culturama, India's onlyculture magazine for expatriates. She founded the IndiaImmersion Center and is the owner of the global indianbrand. She has lived in India, Japan and France. Educated inMumbai University and Sorbonne Paris, she served on theWomen's Leadership Board at Harvard.
sJoanne Grady Huskey, and North American Representative,is a crosscultural trainer and international educator and hasworked with many international companies in China, India,Kenya and Taiwan to assist their employees in transitioningto international living. Educated in Harvard and theUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, she is the vice-presidentof iLIVE2LEAD: Young Women's International LeadershipProgram. Part of a Foreign Service family, she has lived andworked in eight nations in Central America, Europe, Asiaand Africa.