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What you think the appointment of K V Kamath as Chairman would mean to Infosys?

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Asked by Good Citizen, 02 May '11 11:00 am
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As its said that da chairman need not have an IT background, so Kamath seems 2 b a good choice, a banker after all, wid his vast experience wud certainly yield positive result...
Answered by beena john, 02 May '11 11:06 am

 
  
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The company by appointing Kamath as Chairman is trying to make a good future as far as top management is concerned . He will define a neat succession plan for all top rank executives and more responsibility to top brass . Kamath has done this in ICICI and he will be successful in Infosys also. He has a plan to run the company with management like TATA ....self perpetuating MNC .
Answered by sk singh, 02 May '11 11:31 am

 
  
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Nfosys, which on Saturday appointed KV Kamath as chairman in place of its iconic founder NR Narayana Murthy , will now draw up a succession plan for the eventual exit of all founders and the appointment of young professionals to run the company.

Kamath, whose tenure at ICICI Bank coincided with the appointment of many women professionals to important positions and who oversaw a similar succession at the bank during a troubled time in 2009, will help prepare such a plan, a person close to the development said. He will oversee the process of identifying and grooming people to fill important roles either at the board level or at the level of the management council, the software services firm's next big decision-making body. Kamath's skills at pushing growth and getting his managers to capture market share are well known and ICICI Bank grew to become one of India's biggest banks during his tenure. But in Infosys, Kamath faces a different set of challenges. The old guard is exiting and ...more
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 02 May '11 11:07 am

 
  
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No need to push a runing train
Answered by mohd basheer, 02 May '11 11:40 am

 
  
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