Vikrant Gujral

Partner and Advisor (Steel and Mines)


Mr. Gujral has over 50 years of experience in India and Globally in the steel industry. He has lead very large organisations in Public sector with his last assignment being the Managing Director of one of the largest steel plants, Bhilai Steel Plant of the SAIL from January 1994 for a period of approx. 8 years. Before this he was the Executive Director of IISCO, where he worked last as Executive Director in-chargeHe worked for IISCO for a period of approx 30 years. As a senior board member of Steel Authority of India he was also a Chairman of IISCO and Director in-charge of Salem Steel and VISL. Post this he joined the private sector and was Vice Chaiman and CEO for Jindal Steel and Power Limited and also incharge of Global ventures. He also headed various Global projects for ESSAR Steel as the Resident Director based in Delhis During all the assignments Mr. Gujral was instrumental in exceptionally profitable growth in domestic markets and establishment of a Global footprint for the Indian Steel Companies. Mr. Vikrant Gujral is a winner of Rajiv Gandhi Excellence award, TATA Gold medal from Indian Institute of metals and National Metallurgist award

R B Mishra

Partner and Advisor (Power Sector)


Mr. Mishra has approx. 40 years of industry experience in Power Transmission, Power Generation, Turbine Production, Transmission Towers Infra and Structures (30+years) and has pioneered /worked on Solar Power Projects and management (last 9 years). Mr. Mishra Retired as Exec. Director and region and division head, from POWERGRID Corporation after 17 years (1991-2008). At PowerGrid Corporation Mr. Mishra was Involved in interstate transmission of bulk power. Prominent areas of work were planning, design, project execution, Grid management, commercial and coordination with Regulatory Agencies and senior Govt. functionaries. He also worked in all the fields of transmission technology. Before Power Grid Mr. Mishra worked in NTPC (12 years) and managed high capacity thermal generation plant including the design, engineering, commissioning and operation. Was also responsible for implementation of new technologies, like HVDC Systems, super critical generators, EHV transmission etc. and worked at Korba, Vindhyachal, Singrauli, Rihand, Kanpur, Delhi, Jammu, Nagpur, Goa, Bangalore and Chennai etc. Prior to NTPC, Mr. Mishra worked in BHEL, from 1970 till 1982, (12 years) at Bhopal and Hardwar. In BHEL, I WORKED IN Design deptt. Of heavy Electrical Machines. During this tenure was also responsible to bring 500 MW Thermal generation technologies from Siemens Germany to India..s

Lokesh Bhan

Managing Partner

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Lokesh Bhan is the Managing Partner of the consultancy and is working in the areas of Interim Management, Turnaround Management, Performance Management and Crisis Management. Prior to managing this consultancy, he was the Managing Director of the Indian Subsidiary of a Swiss multinational, Huber+Suhner(India), for approx. 8 years (out of total work-exp. of over 30 years) and President for an Indian telecom equipment manufacturing company. Amongst the various assignments Lokesh handled during his various roles includes-- Setting up and managing large KEY ACCOUNT sales teams, Managing regions and CUSTOMER OPERATIONS, s Setting up and managing MANUFACTURING / setting up of medium sized assembly operation global standard, Managing PROFITABILITY and a TURNAROUND of the Indian Company, MARKET RESEARCH and customer census for market mapping, Developing and converting the SALES and PRODUCT strategies for Solutions Sales Achieving multifold increase in TOP LINE & BOTTOM LINE. Lokesh is an MBA from Manchester Business School, UK and presently lives with his family in Gurgaon, Haryana, INDIA.

GREAT PERFORMANCE DOESN'T HAPPEN BY ACCIDENT... IT NEEDS - a PLAN - a PROCESS & lots of PERSEVERANCE......SOCIAL COSTS OF A FAILED ENTERPRISE FOR STAKEHODERS ARE FAR BIGGER THAN JUST THE FINANCIAL LOSSES - Lokesh Bhan
"I never did anything worth doing by accident, nor did any of my inventions come indirectly through accident, except the phonograph. No, when I have fully decided that a result is worth getting, I go about it, and make trial after trial, until it comes." -- Thomas Edison
"Would you like me to give you a formula for success? It's quite simple, really: Double your rate of failure. You are thinking of failure as the enemy of success. But it isn't at all. You can be discouraged by failure or you can learn from it, so go ahead and make mistakes. Make all you can. Because remember that's where you will find success." -- Thomas J. Watson