India's economy is booming, and experts say U.S. business leaders could learn a thing or two from their subcontinental counterparts. According to a study, India's CEOs invest heavily in their workforce, spend months training new hires and place more emphasis on social progress than on pleasing their shareholders. "Indian leaders lead with a sense of social purpose," says Wharton professor Peter Cappelli. "... One of the things these leaders all said was more important to them than shareholder value was being a personal role model for their employees."

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