After the first podcast with Sudhir we had an interesting conversation about the fear associated with AI. Sudhir used an intriguing metaphor sharing his own embracing of Lotus123 and then Excel early in his career. Albeit caution is required to check facts (note experience of a lawyer in NY who used it to cite cases as reported recently in the NY Times).We think this is useful for those people who are hesitant to dip their toe in the ocean.
Sudhir Swamy is a strategy consultant and business advisor to start-ups, small & medium enterprises and non-profits. He has over 30 years of experience in strategy & operations consulting and project management. Sudhir specializes in mentoring start-ups and SMEs on business planning and performance improvement. He has successfully advised organizations across sectors such as automotive, education, engineering, healthcare, insurance, non-profit, and technology.
Currently, Sudhir is a mentor with NSRCEL IIM Bangalore, IIT Bombay (E-Cell), BNI (Business Network International) and others.Previously, he was with Ernst & Young (EY) for over 17 years and was a Director in the Consulting practice. Prior to EY, he worked in the IT industry for companies into simulation software, real-time systems and enterprise solutions.
Sudhir is an Engineer by qualification, PMP (Project Management Professional) Certified from the Project Management Institute, IIMB and IIML Alumni. He is also an AITA (All India Tennis Association) Certified Tennis Coach and the founder of Hello Tennis – a grassroots tennis program targeting children 10 years and below.
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