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Professor Srivatsan [VRS hereon, B.Tech IIT-Madras 1985, PhD Columbia Business School 1993] has a 25-year history [Sep 1992-Aug 2017] of teaching a wide variety of courses in Global Business at NYU’s Stern School of Business [adjunct 1993-99, Associate Visiting 1999-2002, Associate Clinical 2002-2017] and at Columbia Business School [adjunct 1992-1999 – courses on Leadership, MBA & Executive MBA programs]. Starting September 2017, he becomes a global citizen [rural South India & NYC, USA] who teaches as an adjunct in universities, and hopes to train and advise corporate executives, governmental organizations and multilateral institutions  – worldwide. [To learn more about how he can can add value for you and yours, go here].

This blog that is maintained by VRS – and for which he assumes responsibility – represents both his personal opinions, as well as his summary of discussions with a select group of friends, relatives and guides [both earthly and ethereal].  This explains the use of the pluralistic pronouns – we, us and our – instead of the singular versions.

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