Tech leadership: We'll be convening (virtually) on June 18 for a CNBCatWorkSpotlight experience, featuring in-depth discussions on the future of 5G w/VMware's Pat Gelsinger, Honeywell’s Que Dallara & Genpact's Tiger Tyagarajan. Request an invite here:
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“TIGER” TYAGARAJANBased in New York, Tiger is credited as one of the industry leaders who pioneered a new global business model and transformed a division of GE (formerly GE Capital International Services) into Genpact, a global professional services firm focused on delivering digital transformation for its clients. Genpact has 90,000+ employees and annual revenues of US$3.00 billion as of December 31, 2018.
In his current role, Tiger spends a lot of his time with the C-Suite of large global corporations, helping them drive change globally and get more competitive in their industry. He frequently writes and speaks about digital disruption, global talent issues, continuous skill development, and the importance of building a strong corporate culture. He is especially passionate about diversity, serving on the Board of Catalyst and as one of the founding supporters of the U.S. chapter of the 30% Club. He is an active member of the Fortune CEO Initiative and the World 50.
Tiger began his career with the Unilever Group in India where he spent seven years in sales and marketing and then three years with Citibank’s Consumer Financial Services businesses in sales, operations, and credit. He joined GE Capital in 1994 as head of Risk in India and went on to become CEO for GE Capital's Global Consumer Finance and Auto Financial Services business in India.
In 1999 he became CEO of GE Capital International Services, significantly expanding its service offerings and operations. In 2002, he transferred within GE to the Global Commercial Lending Businesses in the US as Global Operations and Six Sigma leader.
Tiger rejoined Genpact in February 2005 as EVP of Sales, Marketing and M&A, was promoted to the position of COO in 2009, and was named to his current role as President and CEO in June 2011.Tiger has a degree in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, and an MBA, majoring in finance and marketing, from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.Read more: CNBC »
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