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Monthly Archives: December 2019

Building a digital company of the future

indian-economy-imgFrom an organizational standpoint, the criticality of digital transformation cannot be over-emphasized. Resisting digital adoption is akin to signing up for irrelevance in double quick time. Analysts believe that at least 50% of the Fortune 500 companies won’t be around in the next ten years as mortality rate is at an all-time high. Arguably, most new companies would consider themselves lucky if they cross the 20-year mark. Having said that, the pace at which various industries continue to adopt digital, is hardly uniform and leaders must not allow complacency to set in. Continue reading

Actionable for Today’s Pharma CFO

pharma-thumbnailVUCA-manifested compulsions coupled with frenetic pace of tech adoption, makes us distinctly uncomfortable. Walking the tightrope and balancing the twin needs of profit maximization vis-à-vis, shareholder’s wealth, has never been easy for CFOs. A Pharma CFO’s role is also guided by these factors including the stage of maturity the company is in with respect to the industry – remember the BCG growth matrix? Stars (high market share in a high market growth) would behave differently from Dogs (low market share in a low growth market). Continue reading

Indian Economy – The Paradigm Shift

indian-economy-imgAnother quarter of lower GDP growth. Another round of grief and wailing. Another round of debating who is to blame. And multiple economic theories by anyone and everyone who has a view. Continue reading

Business Transformation of a Two-wheeler product Company – From Rs 2 Crores loss per month to cash breakeven in 12 months

chemistry-still-strongThe Company had a cash burn of Rs 2 Crores a month with a 200 days working capital cycle, impacting cash flows. Continue reading