Are the Indian companies coming of age? From the also rans – to now ones that celebrate and harness the leadership and prepare leaders of the future, Indian companies have been a revelation in this year’s "The Top Companies for Leaders 2007" list from Fortune. There are 4 Indian companies in the first 20. The age old HLL, which has arguably the BEST sales training program in the world is #4 in the world with respect to creating leaders (mind you the list does not say Unilevel but Hindustan Unilever – a rare case of a local subsidiary been a benchmark and better than the parent itself!). Apart from the US companies, you have one from Finland, One from Britain, two from Spain, one from Brazil and 4 from India! So, other than US, the next best place to work – if you want to become a leader is India!
|1||General Electric||Fairfield, CT, U.S.|
|2||Procter & Gamble||Cincinnati, OH, U.S.|
|4||Hindustan Unilever||Mumbai, India|
|5||Capital One Financial||McLean, VA, U.S.|
|6||General Mills||Minneapolis, MN, U.S.|
|8||IBM||Armonk, NY, U.S.|
|10||Infosys Technologies||Bangalore, India|
|11||Inditex, S.A.||Arteixo, Spain|
|12||Medtronic, Inc.||Minneapolis, MN, U.S.|
|13||Eli Lilly and Company||Indianapolis, IN, U.S.|
|14||McDonald’s Corporation||Oakbrook, IL, U.S.|
|15||Whirlpool Corporation||Benton Harbor, MI, U.S.|
|16||Natura Cosméticos||Itapecerica da Serra-SP, Brazil|
|18||Australia and New Zealand Banking Group||Melbourne, Australia|
|19||ICICI Bank||Mumbai, India|
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