Military and chaos are the two flipping sides of the same coin.
Raghu Raman, former CEO of the Indian National Intelligence
Grid apprises about how planning undertaken by the elite
forces during peacetime aids in bringing the worst of chaotic
situations such as a terrorist attack to order. His belief in an
Indian soldier’s momentous decisiveness when in crisis and
strategic preparation when the need be is what he talks about.

Raghu Raman was the former CEO of National Intelligence Grid(India).
Raman joined the Indian Military Academy in 1986.He then left
the army and went on to become the chief of operations of
Mahindra Group’s used car business. Later in 2000, he shifted to
the Mahindra Special Services Group before taking over as the
CEO of the joint venture between Mahindra and British
Aerospace, Mahindra Defence Land System, in 2009.
Raman teaches “leadership” at business schools such as the
Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, Welingkar Institute of
Management Development & Research, Mumbai, and several
other institutes.

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