Nirmalya Kumar: India’s invisible innovation

Posted By: Rise Team|Dated: February 28, 2014

Can India become a global hub for innovation? Nirmalya Kumar thinks it already has. He details four types of “invisible innovation” currently coming out of India and explains why companies that used to just outsource manufacturing jobs are starting to move top management positions overseas, too.

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About the Author

Nirmalya Kumar is a professor of Marketing at the London Business School and a passionate voice for new entrepreneurs in India. He has taught at Harvard Business School, IMD-International Institute for Management Development in Switzerland, and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He is currently a Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of Aditya Birla India Centre at London Business School. Kumar has served as a consultant to over 50 Fortune 500 Companies, worked on the board of five Indian firms, and has published six books — including, most recently, India Inside: The emerging innovation challenge to the West. In 2011, Thinkers50 named him number 26 of the “50 most influential management gurus.”

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  • Satish Nimesh

    I am impressed and would like to be a part of it.

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