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Many of the Indian organizations are flexing their muscles in the global economy after becoming convinced of their ability to compete globally. The Indian companies have announced more than 661 foreign acquisitions in 2007. Continuing this trend, more and more Indian organisations are shopping abroad for their suppliers of technology, materials, talent, capital etc. In the current Indian economy, private as well as public sectors are becoming more and more aggressive in acquiring foreign customers and markets. As more and more Indian managements are setting out to create global footprints, Indian managers and CEOs are coming under the scanner. Does their Indian DNA allow them to perform effectively in an alien culture? Can they blend Indian management practices and Indian values seamlessly with European, American and Eastern practices? Fierce competition is forcing Indian companies in India also to work to global standards of efficiency, productivity and customer service. But is the Indian manager equipped?

The paper therefore, attempts to look closer at the human dynamics of the Indian journey addressing various strategic dimensions related to the globalisation journey being undertaken by Indian organisations.

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