Defining organisational purpose is one of the top challenges facing business leaders today: RRA’s Sachin Rajan

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一月 24, 2022
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Defining the sense of purpose for business – one that resonates across workforce and leadership – transcending generations if necessary, is one of the top challenges facing business leaders today, says Sachin Rajan, Country Manager, Russell Reynolds Associates, India

Excerpt from the article originally published in PeopleMatters, featuring an interview with consultant Sachin Rajan.

Russell Reynolds Associates Consultant Sachin Rajan was interviewed in the PeopleMatters article, "Defining organisational purpose is one of the top challenges facing business leaders today: RRA’s Sachin Rajan." The article is excerpted below.

Sachin Rajan is the Country Manager, India at Russell Reynolds Associates and a member of the executive community, RRA. He advises local and multinational corporations at the board, CEO and CXO levels and coordinates the healthcare practice across the Asia Pacific region.

Sachin joined RRA from a leading global search firm where he served for a time as Office Manager for the India offices. He also co-led the firm's global generics initiative within the Healthcare Sector. While Healthcare was his prime focus, he was also active in the Consumer Sector.

What's your thought about ‘work’ with the Omicron variant of coronavirus destabilising companies' return-to-office plans?

The "Omicron wave" has perhaps had the least destabilising effect on businesses relative to previous waves. Organisations are well suited to part-time or full-time work-from-home formats at this point; if anything, this has reinforced the need for organisations to embrace hybrid models as a more permanent way of working.

What are the top two trends that you believe will shape work this year?

Accelerated digitisation of the way we work – internally as well as how organisations go-to-market and engage with customers. Agility to pivot – to new emerging market opportunities, as well as ways in which to conduct business.

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