Parthajeet Sarma is a senior associate at AWA, leading strategy and change roll-out assignments in India. He is also regularly involved in projects with global mandates.
Having spent more than 25 years in the changing landscape of workplace transformation, Parthajeet brings originality to assignments by challenging established norms. With a keen personal interest in communications and human connections, he brings to the table a consulting approach that is genuine and devoid of pretence.
Parthajeet puts empathy at the centre of everything he does. He takes care to ensure proposed solutions are not only aligned with the leadership’s vision, but are based on a deep understanding of the feelings and aspirations of the organisation’s employees.
Since gaining a degree in architecture and a subsequent MBA, Parthajeet’s career has seen him move from leading office design projects, to leading the strategy behind them. Over the course of more than 300 assignments, he has worked with a variety of organisations including Actis, Amnesty International, Reinsurance Group of America, Metlife, AIG and the Henry Ford Foundation.
Parthajeet is a Chevening Scholar from Oxford University. He is a regular speaker at industry forums and leads IFMA’s Workplace Evolutionaries chapter in India. He has been featured on television programmes such as CNBC’s Young Turks and is the author of The radically changing nature of work, workers & workplaces.