Systematical management makes business grow
The CEO of an organisation should be knowledgeable to handle the
political barriers imposed on the businesses to have a sustainable
growth at any circumstances, Leader-India Practice Machinsey and Company
Inc, Adil Zainulbhai said, at the CEO breakfast meeting arranged by ACCA
Sri Lanka on a topic of "Organise to grow" at Cinnamon Grand yesterday.
He said, Indian businesses have been successful by overcoming the
hurdle of the politics imposed by the governments through ethical
managerial tactics. "Our businesses are very successful though there are
changes in Governments and political policies.
The sustainability of the business depends on the managerial
qualities of the CEO," he said. "India face various kinds of shortages
of resources on managing businesses. Many companies know that the
businesses grow, since those entities are managed systematically. People
are managed systematically according to the vision of the chief of that
business", he said.
Zainulbhai said the businesses are successful globally when they are
chosen at the right time. The ability to choose the correct step to
diversify will enrich the company. Many numbers of implementations are
available under sky. the sustainability depends on the business chosen
by the entity," he added.
Globally thirty per cent of the developing market know well about
their businesses and work accordingly. That made them survivable in the
market", Zainulbhai said.
"A business entity should not stick to a business line or a
geographical area to cater to their consumers.
They should consistantly think where its growth come from. We should
consider the profit generating factor irrespective of time and any
factors," he said.
Adil Zainulbhai currently heads McKinsey's operations in India. He
has been with McKinsey for 20 years, working in various industries, but
primarily focused on the telecommunications and wireless space. Most
recently, he has worked extensively with large companies developing
telecom strategies and in helping venture funded startups within the
telecommunications and wireless industries.
Zainulbhai has an MBA from Harvard Business School and is a Bachelor
of Technology, with distinction, in mechanical engineering from the
Indian Institute of Technology.