Digital transformation coach, Author & Former CLO, Wipro
Abhijit Bhaduri is one of the 10 most influential learning professionals in the world. Prior to his role as the Chief Learning Officer of Wipro, he led HR teams at Microsoft, PepsiCo, Colgate-Palmolive and Tata Steel. His much awaited newspaper columns are drawn from his practical experiences of working with CEOs, CXOs and leaders in India, US, Europe and Asia Pacific countries. He blogs for The Times of India and writes regularly for The Economic Times, People Matters and The Indian Economist. His writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal and Forbes. His writings on LinkedIn and Twitter have attracted thousands of readers making him among the most powerful influencers on social media according to SHRM.
Abhijit is the author of the ever popular book ‘Don’t Hire The Best’ which explains how to hire someone who fits the culture of the organization. His most recent book ‘The Digital Tsunami’ is a handy guide on how organizations and individuals have to reinvent themselves to succeed in the digital world. It “captures this change whose magnitude is so reverberating that it is often called an industrial and societal revolution.” SAP chose him as a “Digitalist Thought Leader’ to acknowledge the impact of his ideas in shaping conversations in the C-suite.
Abhijit is on the advisory board of the prestigious Penn CLO program at the University of Pennsylvania, US and a member of the Governing Council of MICA, India’s premier management institute for strategic marketing and communication. He has taught students at some of the top B-Schools in India and addressed CXOs in the executive education programs run by IMD Lausanne.
He has written two bestselling works of fiction and is a skilled storyteller. He has been invited to speak at TEDx, NASSCOM, CII and at the INK Conference.