Ever since India-born Parag Agrawal declared his appointment as the CEO of the microblogging site Twitter, people realized that a majority of the tech giants including Google, Microsoft, Adobe, IBM among others are now led by people of Indian origin. While congratulations were in order, the world also spoke greatly of Indian talents.
USA benefits greatly from Indian talent!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 29, 2021
Now, people online are discussing the skills and other qualities that they can learn from us Indians after a user posted this:
Parag Agrawal, another INDIAN born American has taken over as CEO of Twitter. Google. Microsoft, they lead almost everything. So much to learn from India.
— Dr. Dípò Awójídé (@OgbeniDipo) November 29, 2021
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From work ethics, discipline to digital skills, people listed scores of things there are to learn from Indians in the wholesome thread. Take a look:
Its predicted that indian gdp will rank 2 in 2050….. also we have plenty of good institute like iit bombay , iit delhi, iit roorkee etc …. Many of indian ceo are iitian
— Aman Gupta (@Amangupta1311) November 29, 2021
One thing I will give them is their work ethic and discipline. They are also very humble.
— matt (@matt06995746) November 29, 2021
I’ve always held this thought. There must be something they’re doing right!! They head almost every sector in the UK as well, let’s not even talk health ..
— Ro Po (@ropoOGDR) November 29, 2021
Had the opportunity to work with some of them. Their work ethic is off the charts. Plus, they truly understand management. Especially as it regards utilizing resources; doing more with less.
— His Majesty, the King (@theTosin_A) November 29, 2021
As I discussed with someone that every country has its area specialty. It has nothing to do with the population.
Indian 🇮🇳 have proven that over time in the area of tech .
— Amani (@Uncle_Amani22) November 29, 2021
Indians are taking over tech.
And I don’t have an issue with it because they are super cool guys.
What is your country known for?!
— Amani (@Uncle_Amani22) November 30, 2021
Indeed so much to learn,
An Average Indian are more likely to have one or two if the digital skills they have master.
You can find everywhere,
Youtube, Freelancing Site and boom they will deliver!
Will even sell there skills for a lesser price!
Indeed they is a lot to lear
— Ogbemudia Samuel (@digitalsam21) November 30, 2021
Told a friend of mine couple of months ago that Indians would become the next China of the world… Told him they might not rule through nuclear weapons and all but rather the 4th Industrial revolution A.I tech.. This guys are good & their leadership beginning to take shape….
— Emmanuel Ekanem (@EkanemSnr) November 29, 2021
In my little years in design, Indians are the best designers I have seen. I’m not surprised they’re taking over tech industries.
— Elixir Atule-Alexander 💦 (@Eli_Atule) November 29, 2021
Honestly Indians are amazing, before you even start calling these big companies just go on YouTube, there’s no topic you’re finding it hard to comprehend and need better explanations on, you’d definitely find one by an indian. Indians have done lesson videos on almost everything.
— Tomisine🧚♀️🌷✨ (@SalawuOlaoluwa) November 30, 2021
They have this high level of competition imbibed in them to strive to outshine one another, However, the way they collaborate so well and seem to have infiltrated all nooks and crannies of this planet should really be studied
— CHAYA (@Adebayocares) November 29, 2021
What a powerful thread. This just makes me proud.