• Indian system works best when decentralized and federated
  • Use the lightweight micro-organization model (compact organization to reduce paperwork and overhead)
  • Personnel (directors, executive officers) MUST NOT overlap anywhere
  • It is perfectly fine to build this model utilizing a specific linguistic/regional constituency (Hindi in HRA’s case)
  • The organizational doctrine that works the best is decentralization and aggregative to form a bigger whole
  • Do not try to build unmanageable monoliths
  • What matter is that the job gets done on the whole upon aggregation
  • Do not waste time in directors/officers business. Just have bare minimum for legal standing. Assign work based on who can do what.
  • Each country can have chapters in every city wherever it is possible. The HRA in a country can be controlled and managed in one city.
  • Build strong and intellectually sound leadership. The leader (in each city) must speak assertively and must write columns to express politically. Do not make bureaucrats and inarticulate persons as leaders.
  • Promote female leadership wherever possible.
  • Special emphasis on professionally and intellectually accomplished people – Ph.D.s, professors, doctors, engineers, etc.