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BBC "The Bottom Line" program diskuterer HCL's ledelsesfilosofi "Employees First"

Nyhed   •   Feb 17, 2011 16:16 CET

Vineet Nayar, Vice Chairman & CEO HCL Technologies featured in BBC The Bottom Line Programme, The view from the top of the business.

This show is presented this week by Stephanie Flanders, the BBC Economics Editor. Joining Stephanie in the studio was Tim Watkins, vice president of the western arm of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei; Richard Fenning, chief executive of global security consultancy Control Risks and Vineet Nayar, Vice Chairman & chief executive of Indian IT services company HCL Technologies.

Stephanie and the panel of top executives discuss the impact of political instability on the way they do business and how they value their employees.

Vineet outlines his management philosophy Employees First, Customers Second. He highlights that focusing on Employees in this economic condition is a strategic way for companies to outgrow their competition.

'The Bottom Line' is one of the top premier business programmes produced by the BBC. This is a business conversation show with people at the top giving insight into what matters and cuts through confusion, statistics and spin to present a clearer view of the business world, through discussion with people running leading and emerging companies.

The show broadcasts for 26 weeks a year on Thursdays (and repeated Saturdays) on BBC Radio 4 in the UK . There are also broadcasts on the BBC World Service Radio, which has a global audience in English of tens of millions. And since early 2009, the programme series is broadcasted on the BBC News Channel in the UK, and on the BBC World News channel.