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A leader’s perspective

January 5, 2009

He sees the big picture, the small picture, and the long-term picture. He is also very purposeful and all times wants to get on with the job, or life for that matter

Unperturbed, M merely said: “Things happen.” Some time later, he told a journalist about the incident: “I concentrate on things that have a large impact.”

“There is a rule we follow, personally propounded by M. When you get up from the negotiating table, both the sides must be smiling.

M makes two claims:

The first is that none of his partners lost money, and the second

that if any of his erstwhile partners were to come back to India, it would first talk to him.

“At the end of the day, it is all about logic. Either we make our point and convince you, or you make us see your logic. There is no other secret. We stay on the straight and narrow. Many of my industry friends take so many shortcuts I wonder why they do it. The long-term implications are big,” says M

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