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Kumar Mangalam Birla - Quotes

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The work environment is very important in determining how enjoyable work is. It is very important to work with smart guys who have a superior level of intellectual bandwidth and still have softer skills as well. ---->>>

Well, I think the golden rule I can think of is the fact that you must follow your passion and do something that's close to your heart. And I think that that's very important, well, to be successful and to be happy. ---->>>

It's not a good idea to always look for new frontiers, especially when you have opportunities in your existing businesses, in your own backyard. ---->>>

I don't think the western world is questioning capitalism. Capitalism as a concept is not something that society has written off. But today, there is degree of caution around capitalism. We believe in compassionate capitalism. Growth for growth's sake can never be an end in itself. ---->>>

First create jobs, and then provide skills to people. ---->>>

In 1991, the government unleashed the power of India and created a partnership between itself and industry. As a result, India has emerged as an economic success story, and that is a matter of pride for all of us. ---->>>

Very often, we think of leadership being at the very top of an organisation. I think what's unique about ABG is that we have a very strong cadre of leaders across the organisation who are highly empowered and therefore play a very major role in the growth and evolution of the organization. ---->>>

Jack Welch is someone who I have always admired. In India, Narayana Murthy is someone who I have great respect for. ---->>>

The one important factor that keeps me going is the kind of people I work with. ---->>>

I think a leader has many roles to play. So, you know, one role is that of incubating talent; the other is that of being a strategist. It's a very interesting job I've got. ---->>>

One feels very blessed to be born into a family like the Birla family, which is a household name in India, which stands for tradition, is yet contemporary, stands for trust. ---->>>

Being a conglomerate, each of our businesses has a different challenge; business landscape is different for each business. It makes it challenging as well as exciting. ---->>>

My father taught us that to thrive, excellence in technology, quality, and customer service along with cost competitiveness is a prerequisite. His contribution to business, the economy, and society at large can never be underscored enough. ---->>>

The License Raj in India was a time when, to set up an industry, you needed a license. Which made the government an omnipresent and sort of all-pervasive authority. ---->>>

The culture of caring and giving permeates many Indian families. In their own way, they are engaged in philanthropic pursuits. ---->>>

I was very fortunate, because I don't think many people get to spend time with their great-grandfathers. So, he passed away when I was 15, so I spent a lot of time with him. We lived together. He traveled a lot, but when he was here, we lived together. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Indian
Born: 06-14, 1967
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Occupation: Businessman
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Kumar Mangalam Birla (born 14 June 1967) is an Indian industrialist and the chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, one of the largest conglomerate corporations in India. He is also the chancellor of the Birla Institute of Technology & Science.(wikipedia)