I was delighted to catch up recently with one of my teachers, and found her as passionate about educating children today as she was three decades ago, when I was in school. We had a great conversation, but I must admit to a sense of disquiet as I heard her opinions about the next generation.
"When you grow up, what would you like to be?" That's a question parents, relatives, and even complete strangers direct at children in India. As a result, the journey through life begins with the desire to be somebody tomorrow: An engineer, a doctor, a pilot... kids start working their way to a Point B that lies in the future.
als in a democratic way, and the next walls they must bring down are those between their customers and them. In the case of technology outsourcing companies, for instance, clients are not looking merely to reduce IT costs, which constitute just 3% to 10% of their revenues. They want outsourcing companies to share their long-term vision, risks, and rewards.
Students all over the world are hard at work in school at this time of year. There’s a buzz on every campus as young women and men learn the rules of life, challenge them, and try to develop their own ideas, values, and principles.
High quality talent needs to be available across the globe.