Indian Business Women

Another boring lecture.. and as usual I had nothing to do.. so this time I thought about business in India…recently I read Business Today Feb 07 issue about Best Indian Bank in this issue I came to know about top bank in India and what I observe that only two woman in top management of this banks.. one in ICICI and 2nd in HSBC.. so I thought about writing this article on Indian Business Woman..

In India we have very less woman in company’s top management compare to other countries like US,UK. in US there are many woman in top management of some of the best well known company.. but now picture in India is changing too… many woman in India playing significant role in Indian company and many MNC also. But still entrepreneurship is somehow not very popular among Indian businees woman except few woman entrepreneur like,Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Shahnaz Hussain.

Here I listed some of torch bearer business woman in India

1) Kiran Mazumdar Shaw (Chairman, Bicon)
2) Chanda Kocchar (Deputy MD, ICICI Bank)
3) Lalita Gupte (Joint MD, ICICI Bank)
4) Naina Lal Kidwani (Chief Executive, HSBC India)
5) Shahnaz Hussain (CEO, Shahnaz Herbals)
6) Ela Bhatt (Founder, SEVA)
7) Simone Tata (Chairman, Trent Ltd)
8 ) Sulajja Motawani (Joint MD, Kinetic Engineering)
9) Vidya Chaabria (CMD, Jumbo Group)
10) Renu Karnad (Executive Director, HDFC)

Globally also some of Indian woman mark their presence in top management. Like,

1) Indra Nooyi (President, Pepsi Co.)
2) Padmasree Warrior (Chief Technology Officer, Motorola)
3) Sukhinder Singh Cassidy (VP- Asia Pacific & Latin America, Google)
4) Naina Lal Kidwani (Board of Directors, Nestle)

there is not many reference book available in India regarding woman entrepreneur, but one such book on woman entrepreneur is “The Voyage to Excellence” written by two student Debashish Ghosh (IIT, Madras) & Nischinta Amarnath (Stella Mary’s College, Chennai).

let’s hope next generation of Indian business woman follow same path and make a difference in corporate world.

Some useful link :

50 Most Powerful Women in Business

10 Highest Paid Woman

Rising Star

Update : I find an interesting survey about indian businesswoman on

Ques : Biggest obstacle an Indian businesswoman faces..

           (1) Glass ceiling
           (2) Family pressure
           (3) Males don’t want female bosses

Result :  Total 3089 votes
             36% Glass ceiling (1140 votes)
             31% Family pressure (977 votes)
             31% Males don’t want female bosses (972 votes)

PS : for those who don’t know Glass ceiling. Click Here

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Formula for successful company and business career

This post will be interesting to read.. Go Ahead… read it..

I was getting bored in HBO (Human Behavior in  Organization) that teach us how to behave in Organization… I never find this subject interesting… they can’t teach us how to behave in real life just by teaching us theory in classroom, so I have nothing to do in this lecture.. I started wondering anything.. and then one idea struck in my mind.. What is secret behind some of biggest and well known companies in the world?

with little bit brainstorming I get this two thing common in some of successful company of world.. here it is

1) To start your own company, you should get your best friend with you and
    start  your business, bcoz I find some of the world best company started
    by two best friend. Like,

     Apple – Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak
     Microsoft – Bill Gates & Paul Allen
     Yahoo! – David Filo n Jerry Yang
     HP – David Packard & William Hewlett
     Google – Larry Page & Sergey Brin

     Wikipedia – Jimmy Donal Wales & Larry Sanger

2) Start your company in garage 🙂
    yes, you read it right…  some of the best company initially started in garage
    some of them are,
    HP, Apple, Infosys, Google (Google’s first office was in garage) and
    Amazon (not much sure).

   and if you live in India there is 3rd option for you. study from study engineering    from IIT and MBA from IIM.

 Some of well know person who studied from IIT/IIM

 Rajat Gupta  – B. Tech (mechanical eng), IIT-Delhi (McKinsey)

 Arun Sarin – IIT Kharagpur (Vodafone CEO)

 N R Narayanmurthy – IIT Kanpur (Founder of Infosys)

 Nandan Nilekeni – IIT Bombay ( Infosys CEO)

 Indra Nooyi -IIM Calcutta (Pepsi Co. President)

 Arun Netravali – IIT Bombay (former President of Bell Laboratories)

 Suhas Patil – IIT Kharagpur (Founder Cirrus Logic)

 R Subramanian – IIT Madras & IIM Ahmedabad (Founder of Subhiksha Retail )

 Sanjeev Bikhchandani – IIM A (Founder of

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I’m back

Hi Friends..

this blog not regularly updated form last 1 month, bcoz I was busy with my MBA exam. Now exam is over 🙂 so back to blogging.

I am thinking to update this blog and add some new feature like Guest book and one new category “Book Review” in which I will post review abt many good book I read and some other recommended for  good reading.

So, keep visiting for more update soon.

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