News: India Inc moves to 'young' brass

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India Inc moves to 'young' brass

The age profile of senior management executives — typically managing directors, chief executives, presidents and those in higher ranks — at Indian companies is undergoing a change, slowly but steadily. If a few recent reshuffles are anything to go by, the norm for these positions — being in one’s 60s or 70s, with a wealth of experience — seems to be changing in favour of relatively young professionals.

The age profile of senior management executives — typically managing directors, chief executives, presidents and those in higher ranks — at Indian companies is undergoing a change, slowly but steadily. If a few recent reshuffles are anything to go by, the norm for these positions — being in one’s 60s or 70s, with a wealth of experience — seems to be changing in favour of relatively young professionals.

Read the Business Standard news report here.

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