The increasing size of infrastructure projects requires innovative leaders with the talent to command increasingly complex projects.
While the total number of infrastructure projects is declining, a dramatic increase in the size and complexity of new projects demands a new approach to fundraising and project management.
But with a global talent shortage set to hinder all but the biggest projects, infrastructure organisations require tools that will allow them to attract exceptional leaders.
At Odgers Berndtson, our global Infrastructure Practice supports businesses in securing creative leaders with the experience to manage complex projects, engage investors as well as a diverse workforce, and deliver outstanding assets.
The next decade will see unprecedented investment in infrastructure in India.
$1trillion of investment is needed for the Indian economy to realise the “Make in India” ambitions of the current government. Domestic and foreign private investment will contribute a large proportion of this, generating competition and demand for the best leaders and technical talent.
Odgers Berndtson works with world class infrastructure providers operating in India’s infrastructure market to appoint leaders who can navigate this complex and challenging market.