Friday, February 22, 2008

Isn’t this the right time, to plan, on shifting to India?

Isn’t this the right time, to plan, on shifting to India?

Ony of my US friend and successful entrepreneur, Anthony Mitchell from Seattle, wants to Shift back to India. Anthony helps Indian companies to expand their presence in the U.S. market through traditional marketing campaigns, institution building and management training, and through acquisitions of U.S. businesses that have not made strong tie ups with Indian ITeS service providers. For additional information, see: .

He recently wrote some thought provoking articles on the Job transformation scenario of India middle managers in high tech companies :

Customer Relations Managers Face Job Transformations - Part 2

Customer Relations Managers Face Job Transformations - Part 3

He also wrote something about how middle managers will upgrade their skills to face this job transformation . Test Your Global IT Business Skills,

India has emerged as a significant player in the international landscape. The perception of the outsider about India ‘as a land of opportunity’ is obviously creating positive image to engage more investor in the ‘Indian Economic Development’ process. We are moving towards better life standards collectively. Data wise, we are having significant growth which I suppose , will continue ,while we move towards next Union Budget which is the ‘Nation’s largest Financial plan’ on 29th Feb, 2008.

However, there are lots of question, about whether the economic growth is trickling down to the agricultural sector. Farmer suicide has become common phenomenon, largely due to inability of paying back of loans, which shows again that economic development is limited to certain key sectors of population. We still do not show a good picture on terms of ‘Human development Index’. Apart from certain ritual exercise on certain significant days, the thinking on ‘nation building’ is rare.

There are few, who pinpoints conceiving and implementing economic liberalization, as only element for India’s recent growth. They had to be reminded, that we did not choose the starting up of economic liberalization process. We were forced to do so, due to our sad economic state at 1991.

The fact is , India is one of the oldest civilization in the world , and during time ,it had its own process of material growth, which was not dependent in any key people or policy . We had cycles of spiritual and material growth throughout the history. There are foreign invaders who came, destroyed, and ruled. However, India continued its spiritual and material journey, without bothering about who came and who went away. As Vivekananda, pointed out that the greatest quality of India, is its tolerance. Sri Aurobindo said it as “Unity without uniformity” which is better described as India’s tolerance to all sorts of culture, nationalities, and communities and how they are united together without loosing their own identity. Due to this , India was prosperous earlier, and it will be the world’s most powerful nation, within a decade .It is destined to be so.

So, welcome back again to India … the land of prosperity and peace. Spirituality and materiality. For all the Indians, who have shifted abroad in search of prosperity. In addition, to all the others, who wants to come to India, for search of prosperity.



If another Raj Thakre is born at Kolkata and growing?

Joydip Chakladar said...

My Dear Friend Headheartjournal,

I didn't understand what context you are leaving that comment.

I think , the concept of India is not limited to Eastern, Western,Northern and Southern India.

I believed in the concept on One India and as people of India , anybody can stay anywhere in India.

We have lived long , on terms of division , which are mostly a product of personal and political interest ,and its time to live in terms of unity.

A broader unity which also takes a sense of internationalism and invite people of other parts of world to stay with us.

That was the message of the post .

Please need to re-read again to understand the message.

It's not a message of division , its about unity.

Unity without uniformity