Bhaskar Chakravorti is Senior Associate Dean at The Fletcher School at Tufts University, the founding Executive Director of Fletcher’s Institute for Business in the Global Context and Professor of the Practice of International Business. A former Partner of McKinsey, Distinguished Scholar at MIT and Harvard Business School faculty, he was a leader of McKinsey’s Innovation and Global Forces practices and taught innovation and entrepreneurship at Harvard. In a 20+ year career, he has advised over 30 companies in the Fortune 500 and worked across multiple geographies: the Americas, EU, Asia and Africa. His Amazon best-selling book, “The Slow Pace of Fast Change: Bringing Innovations to Market in a Connected World” was chosen among the year’s best business books by multiple publications. With over 40 articles in top-tier peer-reviewed academic journals, multiple books and articles in widely-read publications, e.g., Harvard Business Review, New York Times, WSJ, Financial Times, etc., Bhaskar’s interviews are featured in BusinessWeek, The Economist, Fortune, WSJ, BBC, Financial Times, Fast Company, CNN, Public Radio International, MSN, etc. He is a regularly invited speaker at global conferences, e.g. the World Economic Forum, The Economist, Bloomberg, as well as on Capitol Hill and to a US Presidential Task Force.