Narayana Murthy, an Indian IT Industrialist and Infosys Co-founder, the corporation helping with technology and outsourcing services. Narayana Murthy has been one of the greatest entrepreneurs who described the Indian IT sector. He is refered as the Father of the Indian IT Sector.
The Infosys Co-Founder was in Mumbai last week and spoke about the City’s system. The occasion was Fourth Annual Independence Day Lit Live lecture in Mumbai and also makes out valid points, taking out the differences between Indian and Thai Bureaucrats.
Indian cities are still far from world class and Narayana Murthy citied the difference by quoting several numbers and international examples. Narayana Murthy spoke to many Governments and realised why thing don’t gear up and it’s because due to the know it-all attitude.
Murthy shared an incident of Nandan Nilekani, the force behind Aadhar Card where Nilekani shared that the very first hurdle that you have to come across is bureaucrats while the Thai bureaucrats made a presentation and he would give suggestions and how they implemented all the suggestions.
In an interview given to Economic Times, Narayana Murthy said that, “The biggest challenge for all of us, not just politicians or bureaucrats, is that we, Indians, have the highest ego per unit of achievement. I would humbly request, we be open-minded to those who have performed better than us.”
Narayana Murthy believes in implementing the suggestions before executing and then taking it to another level.
Lessons to Learn from this Incident
- We need to develop more n more in order to make growth
- Suggestion in implementing a plan is always good.
- Execution only leads better if plans works well.