During recession, when companies chased customers, he put employees first at HCL Tech. When CEOs in their fifties were wondering which company to head next, he was selling his shares worth Rs.1.3 billion to start Sampark Foundation to teach children in rural India. And when leading Indian businessmen were narrating their success stories at Outlook Business’ Leading Edge 2019, he spoke of his failures including getting rusticated from school. If Vineet Nayar had to be described in a word, it would be ‘disruptive’. Therefore, he was the right candidate to speak on ‘dealing with disruption and leading with compassion’.
Vineet Nayar | Sampark Foundation | Dealing with disruption
Vineet Nayar, founder and chairman of Sampark Foundation and former CEO of HCL Technologies, believes in taking wild chances
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