Eduring an economic slowdown, India remains one of the world's most compelling markets, providing exciting business opportunities for Indian firms and multinational companies alike. To capitalize on these market conditions, leaders must have a clear understanding of India's volatile, economically uncertain, and sometimes ambiguous business environment. Drawing lessons from companies in India and other rapidly developing regions, faculty chair, emerging-market expert, and author of the book "Winning in Emerging Markets," Tarun Khanna will lead a dynamic exploration of how organizations can overcome cross-border issues, take advantage of opportunities resulting from the downturn, and expand operations globally.
Putting the spotlight on India, this leadership development program explores how local businesses and multinational companies can position their organizations to succeed when the economy recovers. Tarun Khanna will lead you on an exploration of best management practices—helping you develop the strategic skills to tackle cross-border challenges and effectively expand your global footprint.
Through cases based on established companies from India, the Middle East, China, Brazil, and United States, you'll examine how business leaders are capitalizing on market trends and building enterprises that can compete on a global stage. You'll emerge with the skills and frameworks to design strategy, improve leadership, and manage talent in a highly mobile market.
This program is designed for senior managers of large growing Indian companies and multinational companies, executives of large established firms based outside India, and private investors with substantial current or planned exposure to India.
As part of Harvard's mission to build a truly global university, HBS has been cultivating stronger and deeper connections with India's business community for more than a decade. We began by conducting case studies on companies operating in India. Over time, our commitment has expanded to include development initiatives for faculty in India, specialized education programs, analysis of local business challenges through the India Research Center, and a state-of-the-art classroom at the Taj Lands End in Mumbai. Now, more than ever, HBS is dedicated to fostering a worldwide exchange of knowledge that will drive economic growth in India and around the world.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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