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Interview with Jittu Singh on Global Economy and Global Managers

October 2008 - By Dr. Nagendra V Chowdary

Unfortunately, much of business is driven by the pressure to meet short-term targets. An obsession with meeting them by any means and at any cost has prompted managements to adopt very questionable methods. While they yield results that seem to satisfy immediate goals, they compromise long-term organizational health.
— Dr Jittu Singh
Effective executive interview with Dr_Jittu_Singh on Global Economy and Global Managers

Jittu Singh worked as an academician-cum-administrator at XLRI and subsequently as a senior executive at Tata Steel. His earlier stint at the institute, spanning 10 years, culminated as Dean for a 4-year term. He taught a variety of courses in the Organizational Behavior, Economics and General Management areas in the postgraduate and executive development programs. He also conducted a large number of in-company programs for leading companies. At Tata Steel, he played a pivotal role in designing many of the HR systems and practices for which the company is renowned. He also spearheaded its

learning centers for 20 years. He has now returned to XLRI as the "Tata Steel Chair Professor of Organizational Development.

Useful for Understanding of:

  • Defining moments of corporate history
  • Critical principles that the companies should follow to form and manage successful collaboration programs.
Originally Published in Effective Executive, IUP
Effective Executive Reference No. 03M-2008-10-10-06
IBSCDC Reference No. INT0074
Year and Month of Publication October 2008
Keywords Dr Jittu Singh, Defining moments of corporate history, Critical principles that the companies should follow to form and manage successful collaboration programs

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