Recent scandals at some of the world’s largest and most respected companies are seeing corporate governance back in the headlines and a hot topic of discussion in boardrooms. These events have massive and potentially long-term ramifications on the industry, regulation, the economy, society, shareholders and of course the company’s hapless employees, most of whom are not complicit in the events. These global occurrences though thousands of miles away are a wake up call for board members in India. Incidents that discredit the reputation here would put the spotlight squarely on the board as much as management.
Apart from constant resource infusion into research for indigenous solutions for our problems, the Start Up India umbrella would need interventions to bring talented youth to take risks
We are living in a globally connected world, fuelled by the growth in connected-devices and advances in communication technologies. The digital age and the inherent connectivity of people, devices and organizations is rapidly providing opportunities for innovation, and businesses have turned their attention to significant benefits such as creation of new products/markets and better understanding of the consumers.
2015 was a good year for the EY Advisory India Blog.
For our last post of the year, we thought we’d do something a little different – we trawled through all the blogs of 2015, and pulled out the five most read .
India continues to be one of the most preferred destinations for health care outsourcing. With the regulatory push from the US government, the payer outsourcing market is expected to grow around 10% YOY in the next three to four years.
Every day, there is a story or two on e-commerce startups. The regularity of the stories would lead most to believe that India has made its mark on the world’s entrepreneurship landscape. This can be analysed by seeking answers to two key questions:
- Is entrepreneurship thriving in India?
- Is entrepreneurship sustainable in India?
A leading elevator manufacturing group helps transit over a billion people on a daily basis. Although it isn’t easy being one of the Big 4 elevator companies in the world by simply relying upon mechanical systems and equipment, but by wielding the power of analytics and digital transformation, it is possible.