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Countries can or cannot support

the talent needs of

the future, due to low birthrates, inferior education systems or inflexible labor laws.

About 60 per cent or more of the Indian leaders are found to be more effective than their Chinese counterparts when it comes to excelling in five critical skills required for successful leadership The survey spans 2,600 companies in 74 countries. About 76 per cent Indian leaders are better at identifying and developing future leaders compared to 56 per cent of Chinese counterparts. About 51 per cent of the Indian leaders are satisfied with the current quality of leadership, compared to a mere 38 per cent of their Chinese counterparts.

Rank (2011)

Country

Rate 22.17
21.48 21.47 21.32 21.11 21.08 20.97

78 Nepal
79 Namibia 80 Cape Verde 81 Kuwait 82 Fiji 83 Malaysia 84 INDIA

Country (2011) Himachal Pradesh Tamil Nadu OECD Average (439; 95%) Shanghai-China South Korea Finland USA Brazil Russian Federation Indonesia Mexico Turkey Argentina

% at or over baseline 10.8 17.3 81.2 95.9 94.2 91.9 82.4 50.4 72.6 46.6 9.9 75.5 48.4

Sector Elementary Secondary Adult Higher Total

2008-09 56.32% 14.45% 1.17% 28.05% 100.00%

2009-10 48.75% 15.57% 1.02% 34.66% 100.00%

2010-11 50.23% 13.71% 2.61% 33.45% 100.00%

Allocation

2008-09 5.16%

2009-10 4.36%

2010-11 4.50%

Management to consider shifting resources from one country to another, more promising talent supplier over time

Casting the direct tax net wider and ease the fiscal pressure by:
Privatizing coal mines; Encouraging Indians

to bring back their overseas wealth, and Building inventory of government assets other than PSUS

Cascading impact of DDT be removed, Depreciation rate be restored to 25% and Tax exemption of income from investment in infrastructure and other projects be restored under section 10(23G) Encouraging R&D Indirect tax reforms (CST to 1%)

Helping manage talent better to avoid a crisis or shortage

Attracting and retaining talented people; Improving organisational capabilities, Developing leadership skills, Managing workforce diversity, Talent management of the multi generational workforce; Training workforce in new technologies and outsourcing.

Note: Future of the global workplace in 2020, The Economic Times

Rank 33 34 35

Country China Russia India

Point 41.1 40.8 40.5

Rank in 2015 31 32 33 34 =35 =35

Change +2 -4 -10 --+3

Country China Argentina Greece Russia India Mexico

Rank 46.3 46.2 45.7 43.1 42.2 42.2

2011-15 Change +5.2 +1.6 -1.0 +2.3 +1.7 +2.5

Rank in 2015 54 55 57 21 24

Change +2 +2 +2 +1 +3

Country Pakistan Indonesia Sri Lanka Korea Japan

Rank 30.8 30.2 29.2 51.6 48.0

2011-15 Change +3.8 +3.7 +2.9 +3.2 +3.0

Someone dreams India is the Mightiest Are we ready?