I co-founded Biosense, an internationally recognized med-tech company designing and building innovative, disruptive diagnostic technologies. 
In the past, I have worked at Mckinsey & Company, on client engagements across the Banking, Technology, Pharma and Healthcare sectors. I have been a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where I was part of the team that conceptualized and built the Copenhagen Wheel, an innovative electric bicycle concept demoed at the United Nations Climate Summit 2009. I acquired a PhD in Management Information Systems from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, by studying how Wikipedia's interaction networks create quallity content and publishing papers on this. My undergrad was in Electrical Engineering, at the National Institute of Technology, Bhopal. 

I'm currently working on a first-of-its kind initiative to create impact-at-scale through innovation, via a powerful consortium of industry houses and government bodies called I4C.

Feathers in my cap:
  • Emerald loves my work on how open social systems like Wikipedia work
  • TED and the Unreasonable Institute love my work in med tech and entrepreneurship
  • Dr Mashelkar loves my work in affordable excellence
  • CNN, The BBC, The Guardian, The New York Times, WIRED, TechCrunch, The Economic Times, The Times of India and other publications have featured my work at various times.

Interests: Strategic management, Product management, Innovation management, Human computer interaction, Interface design, Social network analysis, Marketing of technology, Financial modeling, Systems modeling, 
Managing new ventures, Writing, Teaching and Football.

Apparently, this  is what I am good at:.

Top Skills (as per # of endorsements on linkedin)

Sadly, my interest "football" does not register even a single endorsement. Oh well, back to my "football manager" save-game, then....