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  • 1. Welcome to all…
  • 2. Presentation by M.Settu President, Coimbatore Productivity Council Chief Executive Officer, Syndicate Exports Pvt Ltd Director General, Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College & Former President , Coimbatore Management Association 19 th August 2010 Vision for MBAs
  • 3. Vision for MBAs   “ MBAs must have the best capability towards Creation of Wealth , in the right way adopting the principles of Good Corporate Governance , to benefit all the stakeholders of the organization and they must be ready to share a portion of the Profit with the needy people of the society as a Corporate Social Responsibility and contribute their best to build a Great Nation of Peace and Happiness ”
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    • MBAs must have the best capability towards Creation of Wealth
  • 5. J R D Tata Bill Gates Henry Ford Azim Premji Ambani N R Narayanamurthy
  • 6. How did these people create wealth? How did they become great leaders?
  • 7. The first thing is to have a VISION
  • 8. ‘ Where there is No Vision, People Perish’. “ We go where our Vision is”.
  • 9. Tata and India must be inseparable... JRD Tata
  • 10. “ A computer on every desk and in every home, all running Microsoft Software”
  • 11. “ Our vision was to start India’s first software company for the professional, of the professional, and by the professional. We wanted to prove that we could generate wealth by leveraging sweat equity, or brains, without much finance”. - Mr. Narayanamurthy, Infosys
  • 12. Our dreams have to be bigger. Our ambitions higher. Our commitment deeper. And Our efforts greater. This is my dream for Reliance and for India. … Ambani
  • 13. of market capitalization of the Bombay Stock Exchange. 7% of exports. 5% of indirect tax collections. 10% of GDP of India without accounting for multiplier effects. 3.5%
  • 14. There is a great opportunity now to create enormous amount of wealth through industry, manufacturing and services.
  • 15. Ref: Business India April 8, 2007 In 2007 50% Indians Below the Age of 25 years 65% Indians Below the Age of 35 years
  • 16. China and Japan: Mirror Image Demographics
  • 17. India: The Right Demography
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  • 19. Source: A.T. Kearney Index (GRDI) Large Market: Retail Market Size: US$ 330 billion Unsaturated: Modern Retail Penetration <3% India: #1 Emerging Retail Growth Market A.T. Kearney Global Retail Development Index (GRDI) 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Rank GRDI Rank 2010 G R D I R a n k 2 0 09 G R D I R a n k 2 0 07 G R D I R a n k 2 0 05 G R D I R a n k 2 0 04 GRDI Rank 2003 Malaysia Slovenia Brazil Chile Vietnam Saudi Arabia UAE China Russia India #1 Russia Peru Uruguay UAE Chile Brazil Saudi Arabia India #3 Kuwait China Saudi Arabia Slovakia Thailand Tunisia Turkey Vietnam Croatia Latvia Slovenia China Ukraine Russia India #1 Mexico Malaysia Latvia Chile Ukraine Vietnam China Russia India #1 Sl o v a k ia Vietnam Turkey Egypt Vietnam Morocco Latvia Turkey Croatia India #5 Slovenia Hungary China China India #2 Slovak Republic Russia Russia
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  • 21. Projected GDP till 2050
  • 22. India: The Future Economic Superpower Rank 2000 2006 2050 1 USA USA China 2 Japan China USA 3 Germany Japan India 4 China India Japan 5 India Germany Germany Source: Time August 13, 2007( For 2000 & 2050), BRIC’s Report for 2006
  • 23. India is now emerging as, The New Land of Opportunities
  • 24. An urge towards innovation and creativity
  • 25. “ I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” - Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943 “ Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons. ” - Popular Mechanics, 1949 “ There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home. ”- Ken Olsen, founder of DEC, 1977 “ 640K ought to be enough for anybody. ” - Bill Gates, 1981 “ Prediction is difficult, especially about the future” - Yogi Berra
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  • 27. No. of Connections in millions Growth of Telephone Connections Year as on 19 March 2009
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    • MATSUSHITA : 250 / 300 New Products per year
    • Mobile companies like Nokia, Blackberry (RIM)..
    • Computers / Fax Machine
    • Indica / Indigo / Nano cars
  • 29. “ Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference” - Robert Frost.
  • 30. Dhirubhai Ambani
  • 31. Ambani’s most outstanding achievement has been to introduce the equity culture to every small town in India .
  • 32. Reliance today attracts the world’s largest shareholder population over 4 million .
  • 33. Reliance started hiring huge football stadium to conduct its General Body Meetings.
  • 34. “ I consider myself a pathfinder. I have been excavating the jungle and making the road for others to walk. I like to be the first in everything I do”… - Ambani
  • 35. Readiness to face the Challenge of “Change”.
  • 36. It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. - Charles Darwin
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    • ICICI BANK, HDFC BANK
    • Slow & Steady may not win the Race;
    • Fast & Steady only will win the Race.
  • 38. Wipro is a great example; Azim Premji
  • 39. W estern I ndia Vegetable PRO ducts Ltd: from the vegetable oil business to one of the world’s largest ‘IT’ majors.
  • 40. Having a strong will power and passion to succeed even in the most critical business situations .
  • 41. “ Successful persons never put in 100% efforts… … they always put in 200% efforts”
  • 42. L ife of A braham L incoln.
  • 43. W hen he was 7 years old, his family was forced out of home on a legal dispute.
  • 44. At 9 , H is mother died. At 22 , H e lost his job as a clerk.
  • 45. A t 25 , H e was defeated in a legislature election .
  • 46. At 27 , H e had nervous breakdown. A t 28 , H e lost his beloved.
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      • At 30 , H e lost the election for the post of a speaker.
      • At 35 , H e lost the congress election.
  • 48. A t 46 , H e lost the senatorial elections - around the same time he lost his son.
  • 49. At 47, H e lost the vice-presidential elections.
  • 50. These failures could not shake his self-confidence.
  • 51. At 52, ?
  • 52. He became the President of USA
  • 53. “ Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm”. - Sir Winston Churchill
  • 54. “ Most people who fail in their dreams fail not from lack of ability but from lack of commitment”
  • 55. Vision for MBAs MBAs must have the best capability towards Creation of Wealth, in the right way adopting the principles of Good Corporate Governance…
  • 56. “ A Business that makes nothing but money is a poor kind of Business” - Henry Ford
  • 57. Transparency International: Corruption Index India has been ranked as the Most Corrupted Country in the world
  • 58. http://www.transparency.org 180 178 147 134 121 126 141 92 85 72 18 16 1 4 5 1 2008 Rank 180 178 146 139 143 130 168 97 84 79 19 17 3 3 6 2 2009 Rank 180 179 145 140 135 134 133 96 74 73 20 13 5 4 2 1 2007 Rank Myanmar Denmark Pakistan China India USA Sweden UK Srilanka Iran Libiya Nepal Somalia Russia Singapore Finland The Least corrupt Countries
  • 59. Estimated proportion of the Indian economy that is accounted for by unaccounted money: 40%
  • 60. The problem of the Bottleneck is that the neck of the bottle is at the top.
  • 61. “ The punishment suffered by the wise who refuse to take part in the govt., is to suffer under the govt. of bad men”
  • 62. “ No success or achievement in material terms is worthwhile unless it serves the needs or interests of the country and its people and is achieved by fair and honest means.” … JRD Tata
  • 63.
    • Profit with Integrity
    • Growth with Ethics
    • Wealth with Values
  • 64. Only Bharatha Ratna from Industry Social Audit by CAGI
  • 65. Vision for MBAs MBAs must have the best capability towards Creation of Wealth, in the right way adopting the principles of Good Corporate Governance, to benefit all the stakeholders of the organization…
  • 66. The benefits must reach not only the promoters but also all the stakeholders of the business.
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    • To the shareholders in terms of best dividends
    • To the bankers and the Lenders in terms of prompt payment of interest and principal
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    • To the Government in terms of prompt payment of taxes and duties.
    • To the employees in terms of best compensation and other facilities
  • 69. To the customers in terms of best price, best quality, prompt delivery and excellent customer relationship…
  • 70. Vision for MBAs MBAs must have the best capability towards Creation of Wealth, in the right way adopting the principles of Good Corporate Governance, to benefit all the stakeholders of the Organization and they must be ready to share a portion of the Profit with the needy people of the society as a Corporate Social Responsibility..………..
  • 71. Sharing the fortune with the society is a great corporate social responsibility.
  • 72. Water is now the No.1 problem in urban India
  • 73. India has 100 million cases of diarrhoea a year and 5 Lakh children die of the disease.
  • 74. The condition of health services in India is very poor and dismal. Indian health service
  • 75. Source: Centre for Social Education and Development (CSED) THE HINDU, 14-12- 2004 Young children are anaemic 75% Are stunted 46% Are born under weight 30% Under three years are severely malnourished 18%
  • 76. HIV Source: Time, June 6 2005 110 million By 2025 25 million By 2010 10 million Now 2005 4 million Dec 2002
  • 77. 32.7 2002 40.0 2008 Diabetics Patients in India 57.2 2025 (Projection) In million Year
  • 78. “ 44% of Indian Population is below poverty line on the basis of the international benchmark of one dollar a day poverty line...” - World Bank Report
  • 79. India Ranks No.1 worldwide in terms of number of orphaned children Source: ‘The State of the World’s Children 2005’, UNICEF
  • 80. Global Hunger Index GHI
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    • The proportion of undernourished as a percentage of the population (reflecting the share of the population with insufficient dietary energy intake);
    • The prevalence of underweight in children under the age of five (indicating the proportion of children suffering from weight loss); and
    • The mortality rate of children under the age of five (partially reflecting the fatal synergy between inadequate dietary intake and unhealthy environments).
    The GHI : Three equally weighted indicators:
  • 82. source: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) The Global Hunger Index by country, 2009 GHI (Scale & Hunger Level) Zambia Srilanka Zimbabwe Nepal Peru Egypt Tanzania Indonesia South Africa Turkey Eritrea Bangladesh Philippines Colombia Malaysia Ethiopia India Nepal Thailand Brazil Burundi Pakistan Nigeria China Algeria 30 & above (Extremely Alarming) 20-29.9 (Alarming) 10-19.9 (Serious) 5-9.9 (Moderate) <4.9 (Low)
  • 83. India Today
  • 84. Suffer From Malnutrition 10 Crores Of School - Going Age Not Attending School 20 Crores Children Not Connected to Safe Drinking Water 30 Crores Below Poverty Line 30 Crores Illiterates 35 Crores INDIA TODAY
  • 85. Professionals with great values and compassion can only appreciate and contribute to the nation at large.
  • 86. Just See these pictures…
  • 87. This is the brand they use….
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  • 127. Look around you… Thank God…
  • 128. Remind yourself to ask less, and thank more!!!
  • 129. Vision for MBAs MBAs must have the best capability towards Creation of Wealth, in the right way adopting the principles of Good Corporate Governance, to benefit all the stakeholders of the Organization and they must be ready to share a portion of the profit with the needy people of the society as a Corporate Social Responsibility and contribute their best to build a Great Nation of happiness and peace.
  • 130. Thus, the ultimate Vision must be to build a great nation for our next generation………
  • 131. A GLORIOUS PAST ( % share in world GDP) USA INDIA USA INDIA
  • 132. The strengths of our 5000 yrs old culture, the intelligence of our Human Resources and the availability of vast natural resources should be used to build a great nation.
  • 133. Human Development Index (HDI)
  • 134. Comparative Analysis of Standard of Living Rs 17,00,000 $ 40,000 (Approx) Developed Countries Rs 2,10,000 $ 5,000 World Average Rs 21,000 $ 480 India Indian Rs US$ Standard of Living (Per Capita GDP)
  • 135. 10.56 99.5 65.5 Russia 22.58 90.0 72.4 Brazil Source: UNDP 4.85 99.0 79.4 UK 90.8 49.9 99.0 99.0 93.3 61.0 Literacy rate (%) 18.57 72.4 Sri Lanka 65.14 65.5 Pakistan 6.26 78.2 USA 2.79 82.6 Japan 20.25 73.0 China 30.15 64.7 India Infant Mortality (Per 1000) Life Expectancy (Years) Country
  • 136. Human Development Index (HDI) Ranking India Ranks 134 th among 182 Countries
  • 137. 70 75 Brazil 121 129 South Africa 128 134 India 2 1 Norway HDI Ranking (Source: UNDP) 171 146 141 102 92 71 23 22 21 13 10 4 3 2009 Rank Ethiopia Bangladesh Pakistan Sri Lanka China Russian Federation Singapore Germany United Kingdom United States Japan Canada Iceland Country 169 140 136 99 81 67 25 22 16 12 8 4 1 2008 Rank
  • 138. 2006: 126/177 2008: 128/177 2009: 134/182 HDI Index
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  • 140. The Entrepreneurs and Professionals like us should do our best to bring this HDI Ranking in the Top Ten
  • 141. Source: CII Global Competitiveness' Index: Ranking of various Factors 32 Innovation 12. 27 Business sophistication 11. 5 Market size 10. 69 Technological readiness 9. 34 Financial market sophistication 8. 89 Labor market efficiency 7. 47 Goods market efficiency 6. 63 Higher education and training 5. 100 Health and primary education 4. 109 Macroeconomic stability 3. 72 Infrastructure 2. 53 Institutions 1.
  • 142. 64 Brazil 45 South Africa 77 Sri Lanka Source: The Global Competitiveness Report 2008-2009 © 2008 World Economic Forum 101 Pakistan 9 Japan 1 USA Global Competitiveness' Index Ranking 08-09 comparisons 132 Burundi 51 Russia 50 India 30 China 16 France 12 UK 3 Denmark Rank Country
  • 143. An Analysis shows that a Nation’s Level of Happiness is most closely associated with Health, followed by Wealth, Education and good political governance.
  • 144. http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/20-most-happy-countries-in-the-world/ INDEX OF HAPPINESS (Most closely associated with Health, Wealth and Education ) 178 Burundi 167 Russia 125 India 90 Japan 82 China 62 France 41 UK 23 USA 1 Denmark Rank Country Most Happiest Countries in the World
  • 145. Vision for MBAs   “ MBAs must have the best capability towards Creation of Wealth , in the right way adopting the principles of Good Corporate Governance , to benefit all the stakeholders of the organization and they must be ready to share a portion of the Profit with the needy people of the society as a Corporate Social Responsibility and contribute their best to build a Great Nation of Peace and Happiness ”
  • 146. Conclusion
  • 147. “ You can complain because roses have thorns, or you can rejoice because thorns have roses”. - Ziggy
  • 148. “ A Business that makes nothing but money is a poor kind of Business” - Henry Ford
  • 149. “ No success or achievement in material terms is worthwhile unless it serves the needs or interests of the country and its people and is achieved by fair and honest means.” … JRD Tata
  • 150.
    • Matha
    • Pitha
    • Guru
    • Desam
    • Theivam
    The new Mantra for Emerging India must be:
  • 151. Become great leaders; create wealth, share with the society and build a great nation for tomorrow
  • 152. And you, the MBAs must be the best examples BSMED
  • 153. All the best…
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