Indian Institute of Management Bangalore


Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Thomas Kuruvilla is a member of the Global Board of Arthur D. Little and leads Arthur D. Little’s operations in the Middle East. He is also Head of the Strategy and Organization practice in South Asia and Middle East. He has been with Arthur D. Little for over 15 years and was earlier responsible for Arthur D. Little’s Singapore office. He is a member of the Industry Advisory Panel of S. P. Jain School of Global Management and a part-time faculty at the Indian Institute of Management Udaipur and Great Lakes Institute of Management. He is also a speaker in conferences in the areas of Leadership Development, International Strategy, Turnaround Management and Corporate Venturing.

Thomas has strategy consulting and operational/management experience in the Middle East, Europe and South Asia in the areas of strategy development & implementation, international expansion, economic policy development, merger and acquisitions, and performance management – both in public and private sectors. He has a Bachelors degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Kerala University and MBA from the Melbourne Business School, Australia/Asian Institute of Management, Philippines. Before joining Arthur D. Little he worked with Larsen and Toubro for five years and for a brief period was a Pilot Officer with Indian Air Force.

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