Dan River's transformation under Sanjay was featured in several business periodicals and is a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill case study.
The exodus at Infosys continues with its Executive Vice-president and Global Head of Consulting Sanjay Purohit being the latest to quit the company.
So much so, the company is now struggling to beat even the average industry growth rates.
An internal restructuring, a leadership vacuum, complacency towards customers, rigid contracting terms, and a stubborn high-margin pricing model have made recording growth at Infosys as difficult as walking on wet tar.
Sanjay has been a guest speaker at premier business schools across the world including Harvard Business School and Kenan–Flagler Business School, where his work in business transformation is a reference case study.
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Zurich, Switzerland – February 19, 2016: Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services, today announced the appointment of Michael Pesch as Chief Executive Officer of Infosys Consulting Holding AG (formerly Infosys Lodestone), strengthening its focus on creating an integrated, consulting-led business to help clients renew their existing IT landscapes non-disruptively, while simultaneously bringing innovation and new technologies to their businesses.
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Sanjay oversaw restructuring at organizations including Silicon Graphics and Great Wide.