Leading Companies Run by Indian CEO’s. Why not Chinese?
India and China are among the ten biggest economies in the world in 2018. According to IMF 2018 data, Chinese economy (i.e $14 trillion)is more than Indian economy( i.e $2.85 trillion). Despite of economic growth, Chinese hasn’t been able to place in the Silicon Valley or in other US-based companies.
The Global Times (a Chinese newspaper) in the recent article, states that “Why Silicon Valley companies have Indian CEOs”. Chinese are good at manufacturing high-tech product but not good at leading companies that are making these products.
Indian Origin CEO’s
Silicon Valley is dominated by Indian-origin CEOs like Satya Nadella, who replaced Steve Ballmer as the Microsoft CEO back in 2014, Sundar Pichai, who has been leading Google since 2015. They are not the only Indians leading multinational companies based in the United States. Adobe’s Shantanu Narayen, SanDisk’s Sanjay Mehrotra, PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi, and Cognizant’s Francisco D’Souza have been leading their respective companies for nearly a decade now.
Chinese Analyze Reason
On the contrary, not many Chinese hold top positions in Silicon Valley firms. China-based “The Global Times” points out reason behind this, lies in the adaptability of the Indians and their “polarizing MBA” degrees.
India is fare better at US-based tech firms is because of their adaptability. Chinese are less proficient in English,whereas most of Indian students are adept at English which makes it easier for them to adapt when they move to the US, the UK or Canada.
Most Indians, start as an engineer and then manage products by pursuing MBA Degree. For better understanding of the firm’s strategies and operations, it’s crucial for those who wish to pursue high-level management posts.
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Chinese is always confined to chinese centric production. They have disallowed all the global social media networks by disconnecting china people from global economy.
Chinese are good at manufacturing. Their strength is labour work force availability that comes at a rate twice cheaper than india. Their second advantage is that they have cheaper electricity rates and cheaper land rates to operate their manufacturing plants. Their third advantage is their Goverment is more proactive in avoiding any tax burden on manufacturers.. Their fourth and decisive advantage is their “ease of doing business” facilitation from their Goverment which has lesser corruptions and lesser bureaucratic bottlenecks. Their fifth and final decisive advantage is their export policy promotion execution and backing that their Goverment organises at international level for exhibiting their manufacturer product iof China to give a push-up for sale of chimes products across the world
When it comes to India, the Indians are good at Software Development because:
(1) it has got workforce of software developers and programmers who come from great technical & engineering institutes that are too much as against the other verticals of educations. The quality of work force for software engineering is unparalleled in the globe due to the stringent entrance test that an engineering aspirer as to go through.
(2) Promotion Policy is Software is led by First Movers & Giant Companies like Infosys, TCS, Wipro, etc., who took the advantage early 2 decades back and still front runners thereby giving advantage only for other Indian software companies who mostly are operated by ex-employees of old software giants or startup’s funded at IIT incubation cells.& IIM Management Hubs.
(3) Indian Software companies earn their major revenues from foreign projects and their foreign offices set across US, Middle East, East Asia and Europe.
China is the world’s most important manufacturer and industrial producer. And this is reason why China is world’s 2nd biggest economy and India is in 7th position.
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