april 14, 2018

emerging markets summit

as global markets shift, so should the way you do business

Global Panel - BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
"Transformation Stories"

How to manage change in large-scale organizations? Which frameworks could help plan and execute a turnaround of a public or private institution? These and many other questions will be addressed by our panelists, who will share their lessons from leading transformations at Indian Satyam, Ukrainian Central Bank and the Brazilian government.


T.N. MANOHARAN

Chairman, Canara Bank India; Padma Shri Award Recipient

  • T. N. Manoharan is the current chairman of Canara Bank—Indian Public sector bank. He is a Padma Shri (4th highest civilian award from Government of India) and was recognized as a person of the year by multiple news agencies for his turnaround of Satyam Computers (India's version of Enron).

VLAD RASHKOVAN

Alternate Director, IMF; ex-Deputy Governor of the Ukrainian central bank

  • Vlad Rashkovan currently represents Ukraine in the IMF. Before being appointed to the IMF, in 2015-2016 Vlad led the organizational transformation of the Central Bank of Ukraine. As a Deputy governor, he was in charge of the program management office, coordinating dozens of initiatives (from the centralization of support functions to the redesign of procurement processes).

JOAO PEDRO GEBRAN NETO

Higher Court Federal Judge, Appeals Court of Brazil

  • Joao Pedro Gebran Neto is a higher court federal judge responsible for prosecuting politicians in “Operation Car Wash”, an ongoing criminal investigation into corruption in Brazil that has convicted more than 90 people involved in the scandal. He is one of the three judges that in January 2018 convicted the former president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva to 12 years of jail after his appeal in court.

CHRIS COLLINS

Associate Dean of Leadership Development, Chicago Booth

  • Chris Collins is the Associate Dean for Leadership Development at Chicago Booth. He is responsible for the leadership development activities for MBA students, including the Leadership Effectiveness and Development (LEAD) class. Chris has worked as a coach and advisor for sixteen years, helping various leaders and organizations to clarify developmental needs and priorities for improving personal and organizational performance.