Indra Nooyi, women from India became CEO

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Not a new thing for a woman running a business. But a 'businesswoman' influential certainly not many women can achieve it.

One influential woman is Indra Nooyi, who ranked first of 50 most powerful women in business by Fortune Magazine. She beat the other influential women business executives in the United States.

So, who really Indra Nooyi?

Indra Nooyi is Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, food and beverage companies of the world. Some business units namely Quaker Pepsi, Pepsi Cola-, Tropicana, and Gatorade, and making food packs in 200 countries. With revenues of U.S. $ 60 billion, Pepsi Co. employs 285 thousand people around the world.

Nooyi was the primary architect of PepsiCo's growth strategy. He served as chairman and CEO on October 1, 2006. She designed the company's global strategy more than a decade and led the restructuring, including the divestment of restaurants YUM! be successful, the acquisition of Tropicana and the merger with Quaker Oats.

Before becoming CEO, she became president and Chief Financial Officer from 2001. She is responsible for starting of finance, strategy, business processes, enterprise and innovation platform.

She graduated from Madras Christian Colleh, get an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta, and a Master of Public and Private Management from Yale University.

But the real struggle of the mother of two daughters is truly extraordinary. Nooyi was born in Madras India 1955 is growing among the middle class and conservative rule.

She joined the women's cricket team, she also even play the guitar in her band who are all women at the time of study at Christian College Madras. After earning her bachelor degree in chemistry, physics, and mathematics, she went to register at the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta.

After working at several companies in India, she then moved to America to study in the United States, and was accepted at Yale University Graduate School of Management in New Haven. Surprisingly, her parents agreed and let her move to America. In fact, in 1978, never heard that an Indian girl studying to fly far across the country.

To fight in America, she had worked as a receptionist at night. She claimed to do all the work in the summer by using sari cloth not being able to buy clothes. Even when she went to interview at a prestigious business consulting firm, he uses the sari fabric because it can not afford a suit of clothes.

In America she worked for a prestigious consulting firm, Boston Consulting Group in 1980, and various projects for international companies, she worked to Motorola in 1986 and became a senior executive. Leadership makes it ogled by the Head of General Electric CEO Jack Welch and PepsiCo's Wayne Calloway, but he chose to work at Pepsi.

She then became the main determinant of Pepsi's strategy. She is not simply urging PepsiCo rebuild their identity and assets, but she was also influential in a number of important decisions. She made a deal negotiator with a high level. Pepsi then decided to separate the restaurant division in 1997, and make KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell into a separate company.

She also became the chief deal maker for two important acquisitions of Tropicana orange juice companies buy U.S. $ 3.3 billion in 1998 and Quaker Oats for U.S. $ 14 billion.

With that success, Nooyi was promoted to chief financial officer in 2000. That is the highest position among Indian women in American companies. A year later, she had been named president

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