Mr. Arvind Balaji, President ACMA, Launches the Book ‘Apparent in Hindsight’ Authored by Vector Consulting Group

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PRnewswire.com | October 13, 2015

Mr. Arvind Balaji, President ACMA, Launches the Book 'Apparent in Hindsight' Authored by Vector Consulting Group

'Apparent in Hindsight' was launched by Mr. Arvind Balaji, President ACMA, during ACMA’s (Automotive Components Manufacturers Association) western region meet, recently held in Pune.

The book delves deep into the chronic problems faced by almost all companies in the Indian automotive industry. It closely examines and challenges the fundamental assumptions that have held firm since time immemorial and guided the management of these companies in procurement, operations, distribution and sales.

The book is also a commentary on the cathartic state of much haloed improvement techniques being employed by companies for decades – large and small alike, with little improvement to show for the humungous efforts being put in. What it also presents is the only practical way to improving the state of affairs of such companies which is extremely powerful because it is very simple.

Mr. Arvind Balaji, President ACMA, Launches the Book 'Apparent in Hindsight' Authored by Vector Consulting Group

Presented as a story of two key managers of a company – the narrative follows their personal and professional struggles as they deal with conflicts and contradictions that life is presenting to them and their attempts to surmount their problems.

The book is available in all leading e-commerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, etc., and in over 350 book stores across the country.

About Vector Consulting Group

Vector Consulting Group is the leading consulting firm in the space of Theory of Constraints consulting in India, It engages with organizations to help them gain market share by building unique supply chain capabilities that provide a competitive edge in the market. Vector Consulting Group is engaged with India’s most renowned industrial houses such as Tata, Godrej, Bajaj Electricals, Cummins Group, Raymond, and Kirloskar Oil Engines etc.

About ACMA

The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) is the apex body representing the interest of the Indian Auto Component Industry. Its active involvement in trade promotion, technology up-gradation, quality enhancement and collection & dissemination of information has made it a vital catalyst for this industry’s development. ACMA’s charter is to develop a globally competitive Indian auto component Industry and strengthen its role in national economic development as also promote business through international alliances. ACMA is an ISO 9001:2008 certified Association.

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