Malur Narayan is a proven technology business leader having distinguished himself through his broad business experience in software, telecom, networking and IT products and services.
Malur is also actively involved with several startups as an advisor, investor, and a mentor – specifically as co-founder of BoardSeatMeet, an online platform for diversity in Boards, and with Webware.io, a toolkit to help businesses go online.
He has over 28 years of industry experience having worked in all five continents. He has held a broad range of senior management roles at Nortel and Tata ranging from sales, business development, product management & marketing, and product development/engineering.
Malur was in a senior leadership role, reporting to the CEO of TCS, to bring TCS's technology solutions to benefit the Tata group companies — specifically digital transformation — including a Big Data Customer insight program.
Malur pioneered self-managed teams in software development in the early 90s. His research in Reverse Engineering, Inverse resolution and Induction led to the introduction of Adaptive learning algorithms in Machine Learning in 1991.
Malur holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering, a Master’s degree in Computer Science from University of Western Ontario, Canada and a MBA from the University of Ottawa, Canada. He began his career as a software engineer at Nortel.
He has been a speaker at several International business forums including EMBA programs at Cornell University, Imperial College of London, IIM-Ahmedabad and Queens University in Canada. He is known for his positive attitude, people skills, great sense of humor, and is immensely passionate about trail hiking/running, creating music, gardening and writing. He is actively involved in charitable activities for mental health care and awareness.
His story on building relationships and personal brand has recently been featured in a book titled “Get your Next Promotion”, by Manbir Kaur
Malur is based in Austin, Texas.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support
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