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Prof. Tarun Khanna is the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor and a Novartis Fellow at Harvard Business School. Currently, he teaches in Harvard's comprehensive general management executive education programs.

Prof. Tarun Khanna is the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor and a Novartis Fellow at Harvard Business School. Currently, he teaches in Harvard's comprehensive general management executive education programs. His current research focuses on understanding the drivers of entrepreneurship worldwide.

Prof. Khanna has served as course head of the strategy course in the Harvard MBA program, and chaired the executive education program on Strategy, Leadership and Governance. He is actively involved in mentoring startups in Asia. His scholarly work has been published in a range of journals over the past fifteen years, he is also serving as a co-editor of several prestigious economics and management journals. His first book, 'Foundations of Neural Networks', has been translated into Italian and Japanese, and is widely used as a reference text in engineering and applied science departments.

Serving on the advisory boards of several multinational and emerging market companies in the financial services, automotive, life sciences and agribusiness sectors, Tarun Khanna has experience in a wide variety of industries.

Providing valuable insights into emerging markets, strategy and leadership and business in China and India, Professor Khanna is in great demand with audiences worldwide.

As a frequent commentator on several television programs, Tarun Khanna is at home discussing a variety of issues in front of worldwide audiences and has a captivating and confident presenting style which transfers easily to audiences of any background.

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