Achiever's Success Story
Dr. Abhijit Sarkar’s Success Mantra
“You’ve got to think about big things while you’re doing small things so that all the small things go in the right direction, if you don’t have a vision you’re going to be stuck in what you know”, says Dr. Abhijit Sarkar.
Dr. Abhijit Sarkar is Currently working with Sharekhan Ltd, a 100 percent Subsidiary of French Multinational Bank, BNP Paribas. He is the Senior Vice President and Country Head- Administration & Procurement. He is also an Advisory Board Member for an association called iNFHRA and is associated as one of the advisory members for various associations working for travel, real estate and procurement fraternity. Dr. Abhijit is an MBA- HR, Doctorate in Management Studies and is a qualified interior designer, Certified Sig Sigma Black belt and Certified Scrum Manager also a Fellow with Royal institute of Chartered surveyor London. He is also certified professional in procurement & supply chain management from University of Houston & also a Member of Leaders Excellence, Harvard Square.
He is also the Member of various Admin & Infra forum and has appeared in various conferences and seminars as a Speaker for Admin & Facility, Infrastructure, Travel, Security, Technology, Real Estate and procurement fraternity. He has been contributing his articles pertaining to Facility Management, Travel, Infrastructure, Procurement, Security Management, Real Estate, etc. He has been instrumental in visiting various management schools and counseling students on various aspects of carrier and on corporate world. As a Prominent Figure in the fraternity, he has made significant contributions to the industry wherein he has been involved with industry bodies, business conferences and multiple avenues that allowed him to share his knowledge, expertise, and vision to improve the industry. He has been instrumental in sharing various best practices with the fraternity and team.
As a Leader he believes in acknowledging his mistake, learning from it and teaching others on those learning’s and to move beyond those mistakes.