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Accenture’s Jayesh Pandey joins PwC as partner
Lipi Agrawal | HRKatha | New Delhi | Monday, 09 January 2017

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Pandey transitions from a talent-focussed role at Accenture into a larger business-focussed one at PwC.

Jayesh Pandey, managing director- strategy, talent and organisation, Accenture has moved into a business role at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He has joined as partner-customer consulting , thus transitioning from a talent-focussed role into a business role.

An engineering graduate, Pandey completed his postgraduation in marketing & operations from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, in 2000. After completing his engineering in 1994, he started his career as the executive-corporate quality, at Godrej GE Appliances.

In 1998, he quit Godrej GE Appliances to join a business management course at IIM-B. After this, he joined Accenture in 2000, where he stayed for over sixteen years handling talent and leadership building.

Additionally, he was the Leadership Centre of Excellence APAC lead at Accenture. He was also a member of the Leadership Business Council. He headed the Accenture Management Consulting - Sales & Customer Service practice, and was responsible for its stability and growth in 2013. He was also the lead for the health & public service business in 2014 for Accenture Strategy.

With over 19 years of experience across Indian and global MNCs, Pandey specialises in sales transformation, leadership development, operating model and organisational design.

Having worked with C-suite executives in metals, telecom, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals and industrial equipments, he brings with him a rich experience to develop and implement business transformation strategies.

Hence, with his versatile experience and strong leadership development capabilities, Pandey will now take up a larger role at PwC, leading the customer consulting practice for the company.

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