MindTree's Gardener

Rai, Saritha
May 2008
Forbes Asia;5/19/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p20
The article presents information about Subroto Bagchi, MindTree Ltd.'s chief operating officer. In April 2008, Bagchi was moved back to India from the U.S. to tend to staff shoots. At a time when India's outsourcing companies battle a rising rupee, mounting staff salaries and a looming U.S. economic recession, this Bangalore-based company is hoping to buck the trend and grow to a billion dollars in revenue. In his new role Bagchi, will repot, fertilize and weed the human resources.


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