Early Life and Education of Abhijit Bhaduri
Abhijit Bhaduri was brought up in New Delhi. He received his school education from St. Xavier's School, Delhi. He received his graduation degree in Economics from Shri Ram College of Commerce of the Delhi University and a Post Graduate in Human Resources from XLRI, Jamshedpur. He is an LLB from Delhi University, India.
Career of Abhijit Bhaduri
Presently, Bhaduri is working as the Chief Learning Officer for the Wipro group. He is on the Advisory Board of the prestigious program for Chief Learning Officers that is run by the University of Pennsylvania. Earlier, he has led HR teams at Microsoft, Pepsi, Colgate and Tata Steel and worked in India, South East Asia and US. He has also taught HR at his alma-mater, XLRI, Jamshedpur in between 1989-1994.
His writings have appeared in several prestigious newspapers like The Wall Street Journal, The Economic Times, the Hindu Business Line, People Matters, and Operations Research & Management Sciences Today. Apart from this, Bhaduri is a regular speaker and among his prominent speeches are the ones at the Lift Conference in Geneva and at TEDx Gurgaon.
Books by Abhijit Bhaduri
Bhaduri has penned down three books till date. Mediocre But Arrogant is his debut novel which throws light on love and life in a Business School. His second novel in the MBA Series, Married But Available, follows the life of the protagonist Abbey through the first ten years of his life as a Human Resources professional. Both of these books are expansions of the acronym MBA. Dont Hire the Best is his third novel which explains why personality fit with the role and culture is the only way successful hiring can happen. The book is a guide to picking the right team.
In addition to this, Bhaduri is an avid blogger and his posts appear under the Human Capital Exchange section of The Conference Board and for The Times of India. His website is listed in the Directory of Top Blogs in India and Most Widely Read Indian Bloggers.
Personal Life of Abhijit Bhaduri
Abhijit Bhaduri is married to Nandini. The couple is blessed with two children namely Eshna and Abhishek.
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