Stephanos has spent a decade in research and consulting, and focusing on innovation in the field of management and strategy, he has worked in healthcare/pharmaceuticals, electronics, software and infrastructure industries. As a member of the Blue Ocean Strategy (BOS) Network, he has worked with Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne in the development and delivery
Ravi brings over 25 years of leadership, executive expertise and experience in achieving strategic business growth across Asia Pacific and Japan.
As a Certified Professional Coach, Ravi has worked as executive/ business coach both within Hewlett-Packard and externally with clients across the region, improving their skills and competencies to become effective business leaders. He has
Prasun is one of the founding Directors of Avenir, a consulting firm focused on facilitating organizations achieve exponential growth. With more than 14 years of consulting experience, he has led key engagements with Fortune 100 organizations such as Burlington Resources Europe and Philips International as well as medium sized organizations across the world resulting
William started his career in academia. Before his extra-curricular activities prevailed, he served as a tenured Professor of Management at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, from 1985 to 1998. He was also Research Director for the Harvard Multinational Enterprise Research Project at Harvard Business School. He was acknowledged as the
Dr. Lilach Nachum is a Professor at Zicklin Business School, Baruch College, New York. Prior to joining Baruch College in 2002, Lilach Nachum was a Senior Research Fellow at Cambridge University, UK, where she was involved in a number of research projects on the activities of foreign firms in London. Earlier, she held a
Dr. Karl-Erik Sveiby is often described as one of the “founding fathers” of Knowledge Management, having pioneered several of the fundamental concepts. In 1986 he published his first book in Swedish, “Kunskapsföretaget”, which became the source of inspiration for the very early Swedish movement in knowledge management in both research and practice. His book
Arvind has over 30 years of operating experience across retail and consumer product companies. He was formerly the CEO of Domino’s Pizza India (currently Jubilant Foodworks), where he reinvented the business model and restructured the team to achieve a turnaround.
Subsequent to this, he was the CEO at Jumbo Electronics, where he managed 18 divisions,