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Technology, Design, and Innovation strategist at the Office of the CEO, SAP,  focusing on technology and architecture strategy and strategic operational, product, and management innovation.  Adjunct faculty at Santa Clara University and San Jose State University with the department of computer engineering teaching graduate classes.  Frequent speaker at conferences, special events, Chirag blogs at Cloud Computing.

3 responses to “India Needs Public Policy And Service Innovation And Not Web 2.0 Companies”

  1. anix

    I think both are needed; its very wrong statement that India “dont” need a Web 2.0 companies;

    it would be the web 2.0 companies who could help india generating the revenue which could be used to make the building public policy and Social Innovation as you mentioned.

    As you see today – India is growing; and Indian ITs / BPO’s and other knowledge based industry have a gr8 contribution to it [Web 2.0 is also the part of it] … and a gr8 source of employment in this developing country.