8 Indians Among Top Global Management Thinkers

1. Vijay Govindarajan is a well known professor of international business at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He is considered to be one of the leading experts in strategy and innovation.

2.Nitin Nohria is the current Dean of the Harvard Business School. Infact, he is known as the second Dean who is a non- American after John H. McArthur.

3.Nirmalya Kumar is the current Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of Aditya Birla India Centre at London Business School.He became a prominent figure after introducing a new culture to the world of business called ‘3Vs’. The 3Vs stands for valued customer, value proposition and value network.

4.Pankaj Ghemawat went to Harvard College at the age of 16. He was later allowed to take up his Ph.D programme in the same school at the age of 19.

5.Vineet Nayar started his career with HCL technologies in 1985. He worked at different stages in the company as a Product management, Sales, and Marketing executive for seven years. Later on in 1994, he found ‘HCL Comnet’ to provide IT infrastructure and many networking services.

6.Rakesh Khurana is a Professor of Leadership Development in organisational behavior at Harvard Business School.He has also written books and articles on drawbacks of a charismatic leadership. One such book was ‘searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs’.

7.Sheena Iyengar is a professor of Business in the Management Division at Columbia Business School.Amazon.com published Iyengar’s award winning book ‘The Art of Choosing’ which talks about the mysteries of choice in everyday life.

8.According to Thinkers50, Subir Chowdhury ranked 50 on the Global Thinkers’ list. He is the chairman and CEO of ASI Consulting Group.He advises CEOs and senior officials on strategies and leadership management.



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