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Outlook Business Leading Edge 2019: Full Coverage

Outlook Business brings to you Leading Edge 2019, a one-day event which brings together global management thinkers and CEOs of leading Indian companies. Follow our live coverage here.

Outlook Business Leading Edge 2019: Full Coverage
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Outlook Business Leading Edge 2019: Full Coverage
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2019-01-17T19:52:05+05:30

At Outlook Business Leading Edge 2019, global management thinkers and CEOs of leading Indian companies talked about economic environment prevailing in the country and discussed leadership challenges.

Live Coverage: 

Stuart Diamond, Professor of Law at University of Pennsylvania and author of best-selling book Getting More on The art of negotiation spoke  on negotiation .

Addressing a keynote speech, Railways and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal spoke about building a 'New India' and how the current government has focused its energy on the building blocks which were necessary to prepare India for a sustained period of growth.

"Unless we dream and dare to dream big, we are not going to see a New India," Goyal said.

Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation Suresh Prabhu too shared his vision for India Inc.

Talking about business outlook for India, Prabhu said, "I believe that the business outlook for India is extremely positive and going to improve as we go along.Leadership will drive growth and in the next 10 years India will be on the top league."

He also said "India is a leading edge because we have all that is required to grow".

Milind Deora, Shaina NC, Arvind Mayaram, Rashesh Shah, Ajay Vir Jhakhar and Haseeb Drabu spoke on ‘Building a Resilient India’.

R Gopalakrishnan, D Shivakumar, Ranjan Banerjee, Bharat Puri, Rajiv Kaul and A Vaidheesh shared insights on what Indian managers need to learn from their western counterparts.

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