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Thursday, April 13, 2006
Here comes the news that Chaitanya `Chet' Kamat, head of Accenture's delivery operations in India, quit his position recently citing personal reasons. Kamat was instrumental in building Accenture's delivery network capability in India from scratch over the past five years. Accenture as I recently covered was seen to executing very well in terms of building the offshore capabilities and independent reports wrote that Accenture has done a brilliant job in adopting to the changing reality and has built good delivery mechanisms centered on India. I wrote recently about new entrepreneurial forces emerging out of the Indian offshoring enterprises (I wrote therein that I expect more activities - strongly pronounced ,to emerge from this ecosystem moving forward), those were meant to come form indian headquartered firms. While I do not know the specific reasons behind such exits, It is common knowledge that top level changes are not necessarily good for a growing organization ( the depth of residual talent can mitigate to an extent) and here's wishing the new management all the best.
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