Through executive seminars and open lectures, Ranjay creates a forum for the development and implementation of business strategies for the challenging market conditions we face today. Each lecture is customized to fit the audience and their circumstances.
He has also been active in on-campus executive education at HBS and previously at the Kellogg School of Management. Over the years he has directed successful executive programs on topics including “Managing Strategic Alliances and Acquisitions,” “Winning Strategies for E-Business,” “Managing Customer Relationships in the Network Economy,” “Building and Leading Customer Centric Organizations” and “Sustaining Competitive Advantage in the Network Economy.” At Harvard he has served as the chair of the Advanced Management Program for several years.
Ranjay uses instructional methodologies that include proven and effective adult learning tools including, but not limited to: lectures, cases, case discussions, simulations, interactive exercises, small group exercises and events, small group analysis and discussions, team presentation and “action learning.” The learning style tends to be very interactive, both in the full classroom setting as well as when participants have the opportunity to work in smaller groups.