Winning accolades seems to have become the norm for Natarajan Chandrasekaran, the chief executive offer of one of the world’s leading information technology companies, Tata Consultancy Service.
Earlier this month he was in Bangkok where TCS received the Asia Business Leader award, which came just a week after it achieved a major milestone. TCS is now India’s most valuable company by market capitalisation, ending Reliance Industries’ decade-long domination.
The 49-year old CEO, one of the youngest for a company that was also India’s first IT business to cross the US$10-billion mark in revenues in 2011, remains modest. Every time TCS wins an award, he says, it’s a signal to move ahead and also reflect on the past to find ways it can improve the way it works.
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