Strategic Path to PSU Sector Transformation: 10 Key Steps by Golok Kumar Simli, Principal Adviser and CTO, Passport Seva Programme, MEA

As one of the most anticipated gatherings in the sector, the 2nd Edition of PSU Transformation Conclave spotlighted the outstanding accomplishments and forward-thinking leadership propelling the transformation of PSUs in India. During the conclave, Golok Kumar Simli, Principal Adviser and CTO, Passport Seva Programme, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, highlighted the strategic initiatives, required to transform India’s Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) into global powerhouses, aimed at enhancing competitiveness, innovation, efficiency, and global presence of PSU sector. He shared some of the key steps that can be implemented to enhance and transform India’s PSUs.

  1. Strategic Vision and Leadership
    Develop a clear strategic vision and roadmap for transforming PSUs into global players. Prioritise investment on innovation, R&D and new technologies.
  2. Innovation and Investment
    Foster a culture of innovation and invest in research and development (R&D) to develop cutting-edge technologies, products, and services that meet global standards and address emerging market needs.
  3. Strategic Partnerships and Collaborations
    Forge strategic partnerships and collaborations with leading global companies, research institutions, and industry associations to access new markets, technologies, and best practices.
  4. Enhanced Operational Efficiency
    Focus on improving operational efficiency, productivity, and cost competitiveness through process optimization, automation, digitalization, and lean management practices.
  5. Talent Development and Skill Enhancement
    Invest in talent development, training, and skill enhancement programs to nurture a skilled workforce capable of driving innovation, productivity, and growth. Encourage cross-functional collaboration, knowledge sharing, and continuous learning to foster a culture of excellence and performance.
  6. Market Diversification and Export Promotion
    Diversify into new markets and sectors, both domestically and internationally, to reduce dependency on specific industries or regions. Develop export-oriented strategies and leverage India’s competitive advantages to increase market share and revenue from global markets.
  7. Customer-Centric Approach
    Prioritize customer satisfaction and focus on delivering value-added products and services that meet the evolving needs and preferences of customers worldwide.
  8. Comply to Regulatory Reforms and Policy Support
    Foster a conducive business environment and align to policies to compete globally.
  9. Imbibe Dynamic Corporate Governance and Transparency
    Strengthen corporate governance practices, transparency, and accountability to build trust among stakeholders and attract investment.
  10. Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
    Embrace sustainable development practices and integrate CSR initiatives into business operations to create long-term value for society and the environment.

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