Building on the momentum of ongoing executive programs delivered to Tata group of companies, Aravind Chandrasekaran, associate dean for graduate programs and executive education in the Fisher College of Business, traveled to India in May to meet with existing and potential partners. Manoj Garai, assistant director, India Gateway, facilitated meetings with Indoco Remedies, TMTC Pune, Mahindra Leadership University, MIQ, SPJIMR and IIT Bombay.
MIQ leadership, Vijay Kalra, head, and Rajinder Singh, dean, hosted a meeting to discuss the partnership between Ohio State and MIQ and strengthen the relationship in the areas of sustainability, supply chain and leadership. Chandrasekaran also met with Pratik Mehta, head, Mahindra Leadership University.
Chandrasekaran conducted a session called ‘Future Proofing – A masterclass on building learning organizations’ for executives from Learning and Development Department of Tata Group of companies on May 27. Air Asia, Tata Tele Service, TCS, Tata AIA and Tata Motors all participated. Chandrasekaran described the session as a, “learning retreat featuring great conversations with the leaders on how to prepare next-gen change agents for growth and transformation.” The session is a good step toward strengthening the partnership between TMTC Pune and the Fisher College of Business.
Organized by the India Gateway, 23 new Buckeyes from around India attended an in-person pre-departure orientation for graduate students in Mumbai on May 28 that featured host Chandrasekaran, as well as Fisher College colleagues who joined virtually.
For further information, please contact Manoj Garai.