Resilient Leadership & Change Masters
Fraunhofer Germany selects RLaCM as a consortium partner for Technology Innovation to enhance Supply Chain Resilience and Sustainable Manufacturing for Atmanirbharta.
Congratulations to Professor Meenakshi Gopinath who has been nominated as Distinguished Chair Professor, AICTE.
Dear Friends, Glad to inform that a book on Leadership has been published by Harper Collin’s written by Bharat and his two former TAS colleagues. The link is provided here.
RLaCM and EBTC Ink Agreement to Establish Hotspot for Economic Resilience and Development of SMEs (HERDS)
GOLD Masterclass ‘Preparing Leaders for the Era of Uncertainty’, Due to 3rd wave of the C19 pandemic, we have to reschedule our program, Fresh date to be announced.
News: Our Advisor Dr. S.Guruprasad discuss Self-Reliant India on DD National
Congratulations to Prof Bimal Kumar Roy for his selection as Chairman of National Statistical Commission.
Congratulations to Prof. Prem Vrat on his appointment as Chairman Board of Governors, IIT Dhanbad ( Indian School of Mines) and IIT Mandi.

Jayant Krishna

Senior Fellow, CSIS, Washington, DC, & Executive Director, Public Policy, WF.
Former Director & Global Delivery Head for Life Sciences, TCS,
Former COO, NSDC.

Jayant Krishna has been appointed the Group Chief Executive Officer, UK India Business Council (UKIBC). He had previously led key initiatives of the Prime Minister’s Skill India mission as CEO, and Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer of the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Prior to this, Jayant was with the Tata group, India’s largest conglomerate, for over two decades. A British Chevening Scholar, he held various leadership roles at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), including Director, Life Sciences & Healthcare (UK & Europe), Regional Director (UK & Ireland), Regional Manager in London, Global Delivery Centre Head in India, and Global Relationship Manager for one of TCS’s top five clients worldwide.

Earlier, Jayant was a management consultant at a division of Tata Sons and worked on interventions funded by the corporate clients, World Bank, UNICEF, UNFPA, and the government. He has also been Senior Fellow at the think-tank CSIS in Washington, DC and Executive Director, Public Policy at the Silicon Valley non-profit WF, focusing on Indian economic reforms. He has served on multiple committees of the Government of India, chaired several taskforces of the Confederation of Indian Industry, and is an Independent Director on the Boards of few companies.