NILF 2015 Archive

India in 2020 : Enablers and Blockers of Digital India

Speaker: RS Sharma, Secretary, Ministry of Communications and IT
Chair: BVR Mohan Reddy, Chairman, Cyient & Vice Chairman NASSCOM
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The winning mantra of ‘The young and restless’

Panel members:
Amar Goel, CEO, Komli
Deep Kalra, CEO, Makemytrip
Kunal Bahl, CEO, Snap Deal

The young achievers, in conversation with Shireen Bhan, Managing Editor, CNBC TV 18
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Leadership for Disruptive Innovation: How to be the catalyst for organizational innovation

Moderator:
Salil Parekh, Member of the Group Management Board and CEO, Application Services One, Capgemini
Speakers:

  • Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto
  • Pravin Rao, Chief Operating Officer, Infosys
  • Aditya Ghosh, President and Executive Director, Interglobe Aviation Ltd.

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Japan Rising

With an India panel member seated right in the middle of four Japanese panelists, the session was a perfect representation of Japan’s and India’s harmony and keenness to blend. His words ‘Think of Japan – think Quality. Think of Quality – Think Japan’ reverberated across the hall pack of boardroom audience and met nodding affirmations. But there was more that stood out. First up, the session struck a chord with one and all when the moderator Shegeaki Namiki from Accenture India Pvt. Ltd made each speaker break ice with the audience by sharing their firsthand experiences of working across India and Japan.japan_rising more

Digital Enablers – Stepping stones to a Digital Future

Mr Bharat Desai, Chairman and Co-Founder, Syntel also the session chair, initiated the proceedings and made the following opening remarks. Rather compelling.
- Digital economy, if it be termed that, is by far the fastest growing economy today. This has not only to be sustained, but grown many times over at a very high pace. For it to proliferate, several stakeholders need to come together, who can passionately embrace digital economy and commerce. It of course, cannot happen in a jiffy. Enterprises have to be cognizant of the fact that investments will have to come through in multiple areas (to bolster the eco- system):digital_enablers more

Quick Grabs – How to be ahead of disruptions

Rajan Anandan, MD, Google India introduced the session on a rather poignant note. Ten years from now, in 2025, he said, when NASSCOM stages NILF yet again, there’s a strong possibility that only 5 percent of those sitting at the plenary, would still be in their present organizations. He said this to impress upon the fact that we are stepping into a world which is increasingly getting disruptive. In such an environment it will not suffice to simply know this, but to comprehend the exact nature of this disruption, and where exactly is its source.
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