Navin Agrawal, Partner, KPMG addresses PGDM participants at SPJIMR, Mumbai

 | September 13,2012 11:10 am IST

Mr. Navin Agrawal, Partner, KPMG addressed the PGDM participants at SP Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) on The future in Management Consultancy.

Mr. Navin Agrawal heads the Information Security Business, e-Governance Practice, Government & Public Sector and Sales for Management Consulting at KPMG. He has more than 19 years of experience and has managed projects in several countries including India, Scotland, UAE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Mauritius, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Qatar, Kuwait and Oman. He has been on the panel on prominent events of the Government and Public Sector. He is currently a part of government committees and is working actively with industry bodies such as Assocham, CII & Nasscom.

During his interaction with the students Mr. Agrawal addressed the challenges faced by management consultancies, which included unavailability of the right kind of resources and need for the right kind of skill, vision and processes for a company. He also predicted the future growth in Human Capital Advisory and consulting for the government sector. He provided the students with a crisp, sector wise view of the consulting world, and trends in financial services, consulting, IT consulting, outsourcing and management consulting.

Mr. Agrawal also addressed the questions raised by the students and shared his experiences the high points and challenges faced and the differences in working for the government sector and private enterprises.

The guest lecture was organized by the Consulting Committee, 2012 which is an integral part of ADMAP (Assessment and Development of managerial and Administrative Potential) program at SPJIMR. SPJIMR always strives to maintain strong relationships with industry leaders. The institute believes in providing first-hand information about the industry & the business environment with the help of the expertise & experiences of industry leaders and stalwarts.