Is your Industry eating itself?
February 12, 2020
Hosted by Mahesh Joshi
As someone committed to your career and your industry, you should worry if your company doesn’t look like it’s trying to bite its own tail, with investments into technology and taking business risks. If your company is not investing in eating itself fast enough, you can be sure that a tech or hyphen-tech company will have your company as a snack. Your company is not a safe haven. It will either eat itself, or be eaten by technology. Because the technology treadmill runs very fast, the new jobs are not safe from obsolescence. So as an individual with a few decades of work left inside you, you have to learn to eat and reinvent yourself perpetually, like the ouroboros. In this fascinating talk, our frequent guest, Gaurav Rastogi, tells us why the ancient image of a snake biting its own tail will be the defining portrayal of careers in the decade to come.
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Global Business with Mahesh Joshi spotlights not only mega trends in global business but provides unique insights into the global business which affects you whether or not you are aware of all the facts. You’ll get to know the interesting facts which are normally not easily available. Our guests include senior business executives as well as Academicians and views from theorists as well as practitioners.
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Mahesh is a true Global Business Executive with extensive experience in developing, managing and growing global businesses. He brings in the perfect balance of academics and practical experience in understanding of global affairs and businesses. He has lived in three continents (Asia, Europe and North America). He has conducted business from all three continents as well as studied in these continents which has allowed him to build a very rounded personality with understanding of different cultures and value systems. He studied at Delhi Technological University in India for engineering degree, and Murray State University in Kentucky for MBA. He completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School in the USA and the Advanced Management and Leadership Program at Oxford. He is currently pursuing his Masters in International Strategy and Diplomacy at London School of Economics in London. His diverse educational background has allowed him to not only build his intellect but also provided exposure to people from various cultures in a learning environment.
He has managed global business successfully at large multinational corporations in senior leadership roles, including General Manager of the business unit at Ingersoll Rand Inc. and President of a business at Cameron International as well as Group President, Energy at Circor International. In his current position, he is responsible for growth in the area of global business.