13 Feb Tata Sons’ N. Chandrasekaran and Xynteo’s Osvald Bjelland on staying ahead of the curve
To reinvent the way we grow, leaders need to be able to join the dots between unrelated data points and engage with trends before they become ‘clear and apparent’.
Speaking at the Leadership Vanguard exchange in Mumbai, Chandra said: “Solutions for the world’s largest challenges will require leadership and diversity of thoughts.”
Chandra took on the role of chairman at Tata Sons after having built TCS, a leading global IT solutions and consulting firm, and also one of the group’s most successful companies.
He also told participants: “Everyone wants to solve the problems by themselves. We need to collaborate to arrive at solutions.”