Aravind Chandrasekaran, associate dean, graduate programs and executive education, travelled to India in October to expand the scope of partnerships the Fisher College of Business maintains with local businesses. Chandrasekaran traveled to Pune and Nashik to meet with partners at Tata Motors and Mahindra. He met with Mahindra’s manufacturing plant department heads at Nasik. In Mumbai, he delivered a session on “Creating a Culture of Innovation and Learning” at Shreyans Prasad Jain Institute of Management and Research.
Chandrasekaran also met with potential partners State Bank of India Mutual Funds (SBIMF) and Pricewaterhouse Coopers India (PWC) to discuss executive education opportunities.
Other Fisher faculty members who travelled to India this year include Lori Kendall, Roger Baily, Ty Shepfer and Tanya Menon.