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Designing Democracy for better eGovernance – Anupam Saraph – 26 Nov

What: Talk on ‘Designing Democracy for better eGovernance’ by Anupam Saraph, CIO of Pune City
When: Thursday, 26th November, 6pm onwards
Where: ThoughtWorks Technologies, Tower C, Panchshil Tech Park, Yerwada
Registration and Fees: This event is free for all to attend. Register at: http://www.thoughtworker.com/banyan-tree-talk-anupam-saraph-register

Dr Anupam Saraph, CIO of Pune, will speak at Thoughtworks’ Banyan Tree Series of Talks. Dr Saraph will be talking about IT strategies that have the potential to revolutionize eGovernance not just in our city, but the whole of India.

About the Speaker – Anupam Saraph

Anupam Saraph has served as advisor to CM of Goa, lectured at Lally School of Management and Technology at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and has been advisor to various international and national organizations including UNESCO, Lead International and the Asian Dialog Society. Today he holds the unique position of CIO of Pune, a post envisioned by our city for the first time in India. When not in this seat, Dr Saraph is a consultant and leadership coach to individuals and organizations around the world.

Some of his accomplishments while in office include Pune’s contributions to the Giki, and Design For Pune which won him mention in CIO Magazine’s CIO 100 listing.

See Anupam Saraph’s profile on the PuneTech wiki for more. Also check out his PuneTech article giving his vision for e-governance in Pune.

About the Banyan Tree Series

The Banyan Tree Series are a series of talks where ThoughtWorks invites luminaries from other fields in an attempt to learn from their experiences.

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