Imagineering india - Possibilities, Realities, Way Forward & The Essentials

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Imagineering india - Possibilities, Realities, Way Forward & The Essentials

  1. 1. Imagineering  India   SATYA  CHARI   2014  
  2. 2. Contents   Execu3ve  Summary   •  The  Paradigm  Shi7,  Reali:es   Obstacles   •  Clarity,  Frameworks,  Poli:cs,  Bureaucracy,  Society   Naviga3ng  India   •  Awareness,  Empathy,  Interest,  Collabora:on   Clarion  Call   Compelling  Opportuni3es   Imagineering  India:  Value  Proposi3on   Next  Steps  
  3. 3. Execu3ve  summary   Following  the  1991  fiscal  crisis,  India  commenced  a  paradigm-­‐shiG  towards   becoming  a  market  economy  and  assuming  global  ci3zenship:   •  Moved  away  from  Fabian  Socialism  via  a  directed  market  par:cipa:on   approach.   •  Deviated  from  Non-­‐Aligned  Self-­‐Sufficiency  (Swaraj)  doctrine  towards  a   realis:c  mul:-­‐polar,  geo-­‐polity  and  socio-­‐economic  co-­‐existence.   However,  India's    market  economy  push  is  encased  in  several  historical,   poli3cal  and  socio-­‐economic  reali3es:   •  A    highly  heterogeneous  society  with  a  rich  history,  long  legacy  and  strong   cultural  values,    India  is  now  undergoing  a  transi:on  from  "Karma  to   Consumerism”.   •  Need  to  find  working-­‐balance  between  internal  nostalgic  sen:ments  vs.   external  prac:cal  and  acceptable  disposi:ons.   •  India's  economic  architecture  con:nues  to  be  dominated  by  large,   inefficient  regulatory  bodies.   •  Central  planning,  resource  alloca:on  controls,  and  the  role  of  public   sector  enterprises.   •  Fragmented  poli:cal  landscape,  independent  but  slow  judiciary,  and  a   regressive  policy  &  regulatory  framework.   •  There  exists  a  complex,  interconnected  world  of  poli:cs,  commerce,   religion  and  the  private  sector,  each  driven  by  self-­‐interest,  which  con:nues   to  impair  the  poten:al  with  entrenched  and  widespread  inefficiencies.   Successful  naviga3on  of  the  Indian  opportunity  therefore  requires  a  nuance   based,  adap3ve  strategy.  
  4. 4. India's  progress  con3nues  to  face  obstacles   Lack  of  Clarity:   •  No  clear  and  deliberate  "To  Be  State"  or  “Our  Place  at-­‐large”  vision  outlining  associated  structural  and   execu:on  impera:ves.   •  Protracted  decision-­‐making  cycles  caused  by  divergent  coali:ons  and  interest  groups  at  centre,  state,   regional  and  local  levels.   •  Compe:ng  layered  agencies  driving  opaque,  delayed  and  wasteful  decisions.     Essen3al  Frameworks  Deficit:   •  Lack  of  outcome-­‐driven,  consistent  and  enabling  regulatory  framework.   •  Lack  of  efficient,  transparent  and  ecumenical  law  enforcement.   •  Lack  of    diaphanous  and  performance-­‐based  alloca:on  of  /  access  to  resources.     Hamstrung  Bureaucracy:   •  Lack  of  independent,  empowered  and  adequately  resourced  bureaucracy,  which  is  held  accountable.     Poli3cal  &  Social  Divide:   •  Growing  socio-­‐economic  inequality  and  in-­‐equitable  access  to  resources  /pathways  to  progress.   Successful  naviga.on  of  the  Indian  opportunity  therefore  requires  a  nuance-­‐based,  adap.ve   strategy  
  5. 5. Naviga3ng  India  requires  a  nuance-­‐based   adap3ve  strategy   Work  Effec3vely  with  Government:   •  Effec:ve  engagement,  expedited  outcomes  and  sustainable  opera:ons   require  Government  support  at  all  levels  (Federal,  State,  Regional  and   Local).   Harness       Diversity     Understand  and  Comply  with  Policy:   •  Reflec:ve  understanding  of  policies  in  place,  will  minimise         objec:ons/resistance  and  increase  the  odds  for  success.   •  Facilitates  full  inter-­‐rela:onship  operability  whilst  compliant.   Leverage   Work    with   Media   Govt.   Work  inclusively  with  Stakeholders:   Rela3onships   •  Key  requirement  of  success  in  India  is  "bringing  along“    stakeholders  for  the  journey.   Leverage  Media  &  Communica3on:   •  Leverage  media  assets  and  communica:on  channel  capabili:es,           Manage     Navigate   Stakeholders   Policy   both  commercial  and  social.   Find  Unity  in  Diversity:   •  Understanding  personal  differences  opera:ng  with  commensurate   sensi:vity  is  a  dis:nct  source  of  compe::ve  advantage.   Success  requires  awareness  of  history,  empathy  for  present,  and  an  interest  in  India's  future    
  6. 6. Clarion  call:  India's  demands  are  clear,  present   and  growing   Capital:   •  India  lacks  sufficient  funding  from  internal  savings,  tax  base   and/or  trade  surpluses  to  fund  major  and  essen:al  programs.   •  Infrastructure  projects   •  Urban  planning  and  development   •  Educa:on  and  Healthcare   •  ...   Technology  &  Best  Prac3ces:   Technology  &  Best   Prac:ces   •  India's  growth  poten:al  demands  innova:ve  technologies.   •  Waterways  rejuvena:on   •  Low  cost  preventa:ve  healthcare  delivery   Capital   •  Food  processing  and  preserva:on   •  ...   •  There  exists  a  large  upside  to  introducing  best  prac:ces.   •  Integrated  logis:cs  management   •  Electricity  transmission  and  distribu:on   •  ...   Access  to  Markets:   •  Numerous  opportuni:es  to  improve  inter  &  intra  market  access.   •  Internal  barriers  to  flow  of  goods  and  services   •  Working  bilateral  &  mul:lateral  free  trade  agreements   •  ...   India  needs  capable  and  understanding  partners  today   Access  to  Markets  
  7. 7. Opportuni3es  across  various  sectors  have   already  emerged   Area  of  Focus   Relevant  Subsectors  &  Considera3ons   Infrastructure   •  Energy  (Power:  Genera:on,  Transmission  &  Distribu:on)   •  Transporta:on  &  Integrated  Logis:cs  /  Warehousing   •  Road,  Rail,  Port  &  Air…   Agriculture   •  •  •  •  Integrated     Water   Management   •  Urban,  Rural  &  Irriga:on   •  Rejuvena:on  of  Waterways…   Urban  Planning   &  Development   •  Sustainable  Ci:es   •  Mass  Transit  Systems…   Mining   •  Land  Management   •  Technology  &  Best  Prac:ces  (Produc:vity  and  OH&S)…   Agile   Manufacturing   •  Engineering  Design  &  Program  Management  Capabili:es   •  Automobile  Components  /  Systems…   Educa3on   •  Industry  Specific  &  Voca:onal   •  India  needs  to  create  100+  Million  new  jobs  by  2020…   Health  Care   •  Accessible  &  Affordable  Public  Health   •  Preventa:ve  &  Pandemic  Management…   Progressive  &  Produc:ve  (high  yield)  farming   Dairy  &  Meat   Food  Processing  &  Preserva:on   Farm  to  Fork  Logis:cs…  
  8. 8. Value  Proposi3on   Results   Project  Management  &  Decision  Support  Services   Government   Stakeholders   Central;  State;  Regional;  Local   Customer;  Incumbent;  Local  Community;   Religious/  Social  bodies;  NGOs   Legal  &  Commercial     Media  &  Communica:ons   Policies    &  Regula:ons   Bureaucracy     Strategy;  Execu:on  Leadership   Knowledge;  Experience;  Insight;  Network  &  Rela:onships    
  9. 9. Next  Steps   v  Work  together  to  build  in-­‐depth  awareness  and  understanding  of  the  India  opportuni3es   v  Collaborate  with    businesses  to  help  sharpen  their  strategies  for  success  in  India   v  Work  with  all  the  stakeholders  in  collabora3on  to  drive  op3mal  policy,  regulatory  &   opera3onal  outcomes   v  Imagineering  India  to  take  up  and  drive  specific  ini3a3ves  towards  collabora3ve  and   sustained  results     Satya  Chari   Imagineering  India     Email:  schari13@gmail.com   Cell:  +61  413  078  871   5,  Chipping  Hill  Court   Wheelers  Hill   Melbourne,  Victoria  –  3150   Australia  

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