Srikanth Datar, of Indian descent, was appointed dean of Harvard Business School

Datar is an alumnus of Mumbai University and Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Arthur Loves Dickinson is a professor of business administration and senior associate dean of university affairs at Harvard Business School (HBS).

On January 1, he will take over as the school’s next dean, President Larry Baco said.

Baco described Datar as “an innovative teacher, a distinguished scholar, and a deeply experienced academic leader.”

“He is a leading thinker on the future of business education and has recently been instrumental in HBS’s creative response to the challenges posed by COVID-1P (epidemic diseases) all over the country (or (epidemic disease)) epidemics. Barco said he has held several positions at HBS over the past two years. He has also collaborated on novels with other Harvard schools.

Dattar said he was taking “equal and respectful” measures to take on the new role.

“The Harvard Business School is an institution that has a remarkable legacy of the impact of research, teaching and practice. Yet the events of the past year have led us to an unexpected future, “he said.” I look forward to working with my schoolmates and friends, who will surely realize that “our goal will undoubtedly be a new era.”

The donor will be the 11th dean in the history of business school. After ten years of service last November, Nohria, who announced his plans to end the deanship by the end of June 2020, will succeed.

Novria had agreed to stay this December in the wake of an epidemic, according to a statement published on the Harvard Gazette website.

Datar graduated from Mumbai University in 1 to 33. As a Chartered Accountant, he obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and completed his Ph.D. in Statistics and Economics before completing his Ph.D. In business from Stanford University.

From 1984 to 19, he was an assistant professor and then an associate professor at the Carnegie Mellon Graduate School of Industrial Administration Administration, where he was honored with the George Leyland Bach Teaching Award.

From 19 to 1996, he worked at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he became a Littlefield Professor of Accounting and Management, and was recognized by the school’s Distinguishing Teaching Award.

The statement also said that as a native Indian who travels extensively on behalf of HBS, donors bring a broad international perspective to their work.

He has presented his research to academic and executive audiences in North America, South America, Asia, Africa and Europe.

He has led discussions and workshops on management education across multiple continents, authored numerous papers and articles focusing on overseas-based industries, and is co-chair of the faculty that started HBS Senior Executive Program-Africa 201 fac and subsequently offered programs. For officials in South Africa, Rwanda, Ghana and Mauritius.

He also serves on the Board of Governors of the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.

The statement said that since joining the HBS faculty in 1996-1996, Datar has held a number of important positions such as school senior associate dean responsible for faculty recruitment, faculty development, executive education, research and present university work.

Since 2015, he has served as Professor President of Harvard Innovation Lab, or i-Lab. Recently, HBS has worked very hard to envision and implement innovative hybrid teaching and learning models in response to the epidemic Covid-1p, the statement said.

Baco added that the donor will come to the deanship with a broad international outlook, decades of close engagement with the business, and a strong commitment to building a growing diverse and inclusive HBS community.

“He is also a warm, generous and thoughtful colleague and mentor – with leadership experience, intimate knowledge of HBS, deep devotion to the organization, and the art of structural change that promises to serve schools and universities, crucial moments for business education. “

Novria said Datar is the “best choice” as the next dean of Harvard Business School and has thought deeply about the challenges and opportunities facing management education, and has set a record of collaboration, innovation and leadership not only at HBS but also at Harvard. And other institutions here.

Co-author of several books, Datar was instrumental in initiating both the Biotechnology and Life Sciences (with Arts and Sciences and Harvard Medical School faculty) and the MS-MBA (including Harvard Paulson) in Engineering. School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) Joint Degree Program.

Donors currently serve on the boards of companies such as Novartis and T-Mobile US.

Founded in 1908, the 40-acre business school is located in Boston. Its more than 200 faculties offer MBA and doctoral degrees, as well as more than 70 free-enrollment executive-education programs and 55 custom programs, and Harvard Business School offers full-time programs offering online, digital-learning platforms.

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