Ashutosh Sinha has earned his stripes as a business reporter and news anchor across India's print and television media companies over the last two decades. He lives in Delhi.
'If you produce what you have promised to, no one would want to come in your way' S. Ramadorai, former vice chairman, Tata Consultancy Services 'Relying on conventional wisdom is never a smart idea in an emerging business' Akhil Gupta, vice chairman, Bharti Enterprises 'Do your duty to the best of your ability, without attachment to the results, and remain calm in both success and failure' Venkatesh Kini, president, Coca-Cola India and south-west Asia 'Planning is academic. Action decides the winner' Rahul Bhasin, managing partner, Baring Private Equity Partners
These are some of the life lessons that 30 of India's most celebrated managers share in The Executors, a personal account of how they came to run influential companies such as Bharti, Bennett Coleman, Tech Mahindra, Apollo Munich, Convergys, Yum! Brands and Max Life Insurance, among others. Packed with inspiring stories of struggle, this book culls out the wisdom that these leaders have imbibed over the years and are keen to impart to others. Ashutosh Sinha insightfully explores their management style, philosophy and how they lead from the front.