There is a strong demand for the next generation of leaders in India.
There are many opportunities out there for companies and their executives to explore, so it is time to start looking for the right people.
The next generation needs to understand the market and the role of the consulting firm in that market, especially the role that it plays in it, says Mckinney Consulting, a consulting company that offers services to companies, government bodies, public sector undertakings and universities.
In a recent survey, Mckinson Consulting found that the median salary of Indian executives was about Rs. 5,200, while those in the corporate world earn about Rs 5,300.
It found that among India’s top 250 companies, only eight earn more than Rs 10,000.
The reason for this is that the consulting industry is dominated by a small number of large companies that are not as agile or innovative as the startups that have emerged, Minkinney Managing Director Gopalkrishnan said.
The Indian IT market is among the most fragmented.
India’s top IT companies, which include Infosys and Wipro, have had to take risks in order to survive.
The companies have also been hit by a slowdown in the Indian economy.
The average salary for top executives in India’s biggest IT companies was Rs. 4,400, according to Mckina.
In India, a senior executive’s salary was around Rs 4,300 last year, according a survey by Infosis.
Even if an executive is a successful founder of a startup, the value of his or her experience is limited and the business is still struggling.
That has not stopped some companies from looking for executives with expertise in various fields.
The most lucrative opportunities are in the healthcare, IT, and telecom sectors, according Mckinnons research.
The top 10 highest-paid Indian executives were all engineers or technology specialists.
In the healthcare sector, the top 20 Indian executives earned an average of around Rs. 3.5 million a year.
The average salary of an Indian chief executive in the country is Rs. 6,000 a month.
Mckinneys findings show that many Indian companies are not equipped to run their own consulting companies.
The research shows that the average salary paid by top executives for consulting firms was only Rs. 1,500 a month, and that they were paid a median salary around Rs 5.5 lakh.
There are many reasons for this, including the lack of resources, the lack the right tools and the lack a market-based approach.
For example, the firms are not required to pay their employees a bonus.
Instead, they can offer them a severance package for the length of the contract.
This is not to say that a consulting business does not pay a salary, said Goparkrishnan.
There is no doubt that it helps a business.
However, the salaries are not enough.
The consultants also need to build their own business model and learn how to navigate the complexities of the Indian business environment.
The key, Gopack said, is to understand what the market wants, which is what a consulting consultant does.
“The business model is not what the customer wants,” Gopank said.
“They want a business that can provide value and be sustainable.”
In the IT sector, most of the top-paid executives are in government bodies.
For instance, in the government of Karnataka, the average chief executive earned around Rs 6.8 million in 2014.
But, according the data of a company that tracks executive pay in India, only four Indian government bodies earn more.