Ram Charan is a best-selling author, economist, business and advisor who brings 35 years of experience garnered while working for top companies, CEOs, and executive boards.
Ram is known for cutting through the complexity of running a business in today’s ever-changing environment and providing actionable real-world solutions—the kind of advice you can use Monday morning.
He began his business education early in his life while working in the family shoe shop in northern India. As a young engineer, his bosses recognized his business talent and encouraged him to develop it. He went on to earn MBA and doctorate degrees from Harvard Business School, where he graduated with high distinction and was a Baker Scholar.
The author of fifteen books that have been translated into over a dozen languages, Ram’s Execution, co-authored with Larry Bossidy, former CEO of Honeywell, was a #1 Wall Street Bestseller and on the New York Times Bestseller list. He has also written for a number of publications, including Fortune, BusinessWeek, Time, Harvard Business Review, Fortune, USA TODAY, and Chief Executive.
Ram’s interactive, energetic style has not only won him a number of awards but had him coach many leaders who went on to fulfill the role of CEO. The global speaker and coach, due to his keen observations and insight, is able to give up-to-date insider views of economics and the operations of different companies.
Ram’s talent aids business leaders face tough challenges regarding growth, talent development, corporate governance, and profitability. Ivan Seiderberg, the former Verizon CEO, described Ram as his ‘secret weapon’.
Ram Charan’s an expert in Leadership, Execution, and Innovation in Challenging Times
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“Ram Charan is a wise counselor and keen observer on the front lines of the American board revolution”
“Ram Charan [consults] for the largest and most powerful companies . . . even more than his dedication, it's his insights that have won him the ear of hundreds of top managers. . . . What Charan loves to do is to solve business problems. With his plainspoken Socratic approach, he helps demolish organizational silos or persuade entrenched executives to change their points of view. . . . Companies seek him out for his 'wise man' approach rather than choosing a consultant with a narrow specialty.”
“His valuable views and opinions come from years of consulting with some of America's best-known and most successful chairmen and CEOs, who also share their direct insights on the most controversial of topics.”