The Indian Automotive sector is facing a period of unprecedented opportunity. However, the complexities of the regulatory landscape, a volatile market and constantly evolving global market & technological forces present probing questions before the sector. Perhaps the most critical is – “What kind of leader is needed tomorrow to help companies navigate this complex maze and emerge as winners?

Manish Varghese, Head of India Automotive practice for Odgers Berndtson, writes about the changing face of leadership in the sector. This paper has been influenced by a recent automotive business leaders’ survey and a round-table discussion on the subject hosted by Odgers Berndtson. It shares the industry perspective on the essential attributes that the leaders of tomorrow must possess to help organisations achieve success.

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Manish Varghese

Manish Varghese is a Consultant in the India office of Odgers Berndtson. He co-leads the Industrial practice for the firm in India and has a specialist focus on the Automotive, Discrete Manufacturi...

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