Partha S. Ghosh Senior Advisor at Schlumberger Business Consulting is a true global citizen. He is a policy advisor and a strategist for Corporates and Governments. He is known worldwide as an innovator of Business and Economic models and currently enjoys advisory relationships with multiple organizations in more than half a dozen nations. He helps boards of companies to be strategically more effective and corporate governance more trustworthy. In the last thirty-seven years as a professional consultant to leaderships of prestigious organizations worldwide, he has been involved in a broad spectrum of strategic and policy issues in technology based industries. He has done extensive work to assess strategic and technology issues in the Energy Industry both conventional and emerging renewable systems. Partha Ghosh believes that in the next 25 years the world economy will undergo profound changes which civilization has never experienced before. Industries and governments will need to reinvent the basic tenants of capitalism implying fundamental transformation of industry and economic models. His clients view him as a “creative problem solver” and a “visionary leader.” More recently he has been teaching Globalization & Economics, Advanced Analytics at Tufts Gordon Institute, Innovation & Strategic Technologies at the Fletcher School, and Leadership at MIT. Earlier Mr. Ghosh was a partner at McKinsey & Company and is the founder/Managing director of Strategy/Policy advisory firm Partha S Ghosh & Associates. He also chaired several start-ups such as Boston Analytics, Intersoft. He has two advanced Engineering and Management degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He did his undergraduate work at Indian Institute of Technology. An avid public servant, he is one of the founding members of The Boston Pledge, and is involved with multiple philanthropic initiatives around the world. Given his wide range of interests from education reforms, philosophy, international relationships, science & engineering, business & economics, country management, public service, and his experience across cultures and industries, people who know him well, describe him as “modern day renaissance man”.