Abhijit Bhaduri, Wipro's Chief learning officer, quits to start own venture
He will, however, continue with Wipro in an advisory role
Apurva Venkat |
Last Updated at August 30, 2016 01:02 IST
Abhijit Bhaduri, Wipro’s chief learning officer, has quit and plans to start his own venture. Bhaduri was instrumental in leading the firm’s Global 100 programme, to identify and groom the next generation of leaders. "Wipro Ltd confirms that Abhijit Bhaduri, currently the Chief Learning Officer, has decided to pursue his entrepreneurial ambition after a rewarding career with the organization.
Given this, Abhijit will continue with Wipro in an advisory role, from October 1. We wish him all success in his future endeavors," said a statement by the ...
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First Published: Tue, August 30 2016. 00:28 IST