Overview

Saumya Sindhwani is a clinical assistant professor in the strategy group. Her research interests are at the intersection of strategy, leadership and society. She actively looks into the challenges faced by organisations while designing and implementing strategy, given the highly volatile, uncertain and complex business environment we live in today. She also has keen interest in the role of women as economic change agents, including their leadership styles. She has published two books, one on leadership and the other on the role of creativity in business. Prior to entering academia she has spent many years as a consultant with Aon Hewitt and also worked with British Broadcasting Corporation. She regularly publishes in applied journals and presents at various academic conferences and corporate events. She is an award winning teacher. She is also a poet, her poems have been published in various anthologies.

Education

  • Ph D , Manchester Business School 2005
  • M.sc , London School of Economics and Political Science 2001
  • B.Sc. (Hons) Gold Medalist , Business and Management Studies, University of Bradford 2000

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