Video: History lessons with management guru Dr Athreya


History lessons with management guru Dr Athreya

The appetite for management learning has increased tremendously over the past four decades
Since the 60s, there has been a tremendous appetite for management learning in India. However, there was a frustration about implementation as that time we were a highly controlled licence permit Raj. So, a lot of the ideas could not find voice. But, soon after liberalization, Indian managers could get work done as they had invested heavily from 1970 onwards. Within that, there was a lot of interest in the public sector and so a lot of the talent made a beeline for the companies in the space. Soon, they moved to the private sector as well.
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