Contrary to our perception, India has progressed quite well in the digitization initiatives that have transformed manufacturing and for someone like me coming from a Mining & Metals space, the field has widened in the last few years quite dramatically.
Returning to the Society, the country, the World I am reminded of my humble grand-parents whenever I come across the topics of sustainability, which to me simply meant ‘to live for giving’. With modest beginning in an Indian village, my
Dear Colleagues and fellow participants from the manufacturing industry space, I am indeed honored to be part of this manufacturing colloquium and I wish that I could bring value to the discussions by sharing some of our experiences. Running after
Globalization, in its path of ascendency, created more disruptions to the global economy than all the changes in the past several decades. It created a plethora of challenges for people, cultures, economies, politics, and life in general but it ushered
Globalization, Liberalization & Privatization is all over the place. There is no denying that it is one of the most irreversible of all the changes that had sequestered this last decade from the rest. In a moment I shall qualify