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Pandavas: The Tech Warriors Paperback – 15 Jul 2017
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About the Author
Anil Chawla is Head of Human Resources for TCS-North. His 40-year professional career has imbibed a cocktail of disparate streams. After a master's degree in physics from Banaras Hindu University, he flirted with business for some time but soon got fed up. His next job was at the State Bank group where working with diverse people excited him much more than balance-sheets and ledgers. In 1994, he completed the Fellow Programme in Management at IIM Ahmedabad with a specialization in organizational behaviour. He joined Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) as a management consultant where he advised companies in different industries on strategy, restructuring, HR, BPR, MIS and IT. In his 20+ years with TCS, he moved across functions and domains a few times before finally landing in human resources, where he found his true calling. He has a strong penchant for understanding business landscape, strategy, organizational design, organizational effectiveness, creativity and innovation. He likes learning and teaching through stories, anecdotes and case studies. He coaches thousands of employees each year using provocative and experiential learning paradigms.
His multi-faceted professional experience has helped him come up with many story ideas of which this book is an outcome. His reading interests include fiction and management. He likes to watch tennis, cricket and his favourite movies—sometimes on fast-forward. Debashis Ghosh grew up in a family of doctors, but it was engineering that drew his interest. After completing his Bachelor of Engineering from Jadavpur University and Master of Technology from IIT Kharagpur, he joined TCS in 1990. This was when the Indian IT industry was known to very few people in the world. Over the last 27 years he has performed every role possible for an IT professional. He has managed TCS’ New York operations and was behind many pathbreaking transformations programmes executed by TCS. He has lived in the US and Canada for more than a decade. In 2010, TCS nominated him to the prestigious Harvard Business School where he completed the Advanced Management Programme. Currently he is President of a cluster of business verticals in TCS. He is also responsible for TCS’ North India Operations. As part of his work, he extensively travels to more than a dozen countries across the globe including US, UK, Australia, Japan, Germany, France, Spain and Switzerland. His extensive travel exposes him to various cultures and provides rich and varied experiences, ranging from participating in a football clinic in FC Barcelona to building a friendship with a retired Lebanese Airline pilot who now runs a taxi company in Paris. He is a connoisseur of fine wines and international cuisines and has a collection of paintings by the Tagores, Husain, Raza and Souza. In his leisure time, Debashis Ghosh enjoys listening to Bengali music and binge-watching American sitcoms.
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Top customer reviews
While vindas Kalpu & fun loving Pantu draw maximum attention, some more space could have been given to the introvert Sri. The dramatized death of Sammy could be symbolic; more action could have been developed around this character (drawing from the sensational financial scam of an IT firm in India).
This book can definitely stand along books like ‘English August’, ‘Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard’, and such books first authored by many now established Indian English writers.