Focus: Competitive India
Opportunities and challenges in a new economy
Economists agree that changes emanating from the financial crisis are going to be significant and lasting. Rapidly evolving technology, innovation, and infrastructure have intersected, creating The Big Shift—a transformation that will alter the foundation of our global economy. The world is becoming more competitive and both private and public organizations must refocus their efforts on non-traditional indicators to assert their leadership position in a new era.
This changing landscape will be challenging to navigate, especially as the basis for competitive advantage of nations shifts from natural resources to talent. But for many countries that are emerging as leading global players, this shift will provide an opportunity to stake a claim in the new world order.
Explore the links below to learn how nations, like India, can leverage their strengths and overcome obstacles to compete in a rapidly changing economic landscape.
This report highlights five key opportunities and challenges that India must face to continue to drive its economic growth in the future.
Also, view and download DTTL Public Sector Industry leader Greg Pellegrino's presentation at the 37th annual National Management Convention in Calcutta.
|Back from the brink
This point of view examines how governments can best position their economies for growth in the new world order using a new set of metrics to evaluate competitiveness and determine which assets, policies, programs, and practices have the greatest potential to generate long term growth.
|The Shift Index
Performance pressures will continue to increase for business leaders, and they must be ruthless about deciding which assets, metrics, operations, and practices have the greatest potential to generate long-term profitable growth and be willing to shed those that do not. Business leaders must continually return to the most basic question of all: “What business are we really in?”
|Podcast: Public-private intersection - The Big Shift
This podcast highlights the shifts, emerging new indicators for public policy developers, and how the public and private sectors can adapt in the wake of a new era of growth.
Competition sparks new opportunities
Greg Pellegrino featured in The Economic Times, 4 Nov 2010
India economic outlook
India after the slowdown.
2010 Global Manufacturing Competitive Index
Talented workforce key to driving global competitiveness.
Riding the transformation wave
Assessing New Zealand's opportunities to emerge from global recession.
Deloitte Center for the Edge
Emerging opportunities in business and technology.
The future of collaborative government.