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Raj was born in India and spent parts of his childhood in Barbados, California and Canada. He was educated as an electrical engineer from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS, Pilani). He pursued an MBA in Marketing from the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies in Mumbai after which he earned a Ph.D. in Marketing and Business Policy from Columbia University.

Until 1998, he was the Director of Executive Programs and Associate Professor of Marketing at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. From 1985 to 1988, he was Assistant Professor of Marketing at Boston University.

He also spent 15 years at Bentley University as Trustee Professor of Marketing, Department Chair and founder/director of the Center for Marketing Technology. Raj is a trustee of Conscious Capitalism Inc. and a member of the board of directors of The Container Store. He has consulted with and taught executive programs for numerous companies, including AT&T, Nokia, LG, DPDHL, POSCO, Kraft Foods, Whole Foods Market, Tata, Siemens, Sprint, Volvo, IBM, Walmart, Rabobank, McDonalds and Southern California Edison. Raj is an American citizen residing in Lexington, Massachusetts.


award winning

AUTHOR

Raj has published nine books and over 100 academic articles. His work has been featured in the Wall Street journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Financial Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, CNBC and many other media outlets.

Explore All of Raj's Books

CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM

FIRMS OF ENDEARMENT

THE RULE OF THREE

EVERYBODY MATTERS



opinions &

THOUGHTS

Dec 14, 2015

Inno-Versity Presents: Raj Sisodia's Conscious Capitalism.

Oct 29, 2015

Sum and Substance: Raj Sisodia.

Apr 25, 2014

Raj Sisodia on Building Fully Human Organizations.

Nov 20, 2012

Bridge Alliance City Events: Raj Sisodia (Conscious Capitalism).

Nov 20, 2012

Reimagining Capitalism with Higher Consciousness: Raj Sisodia at TEDxNewEngland.

To reimagine America, we must reimagine capitalism. Capitalism has been extraordinarily successful over the past two centuries at raising human living standards, life expectancy and life satisfaction. But the old way is not working any more...

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