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Prof. Mukul Joshi

Prof. Mukul Joshi

PhD (IIT Kanpur); MBA (IIT Kanpur); B.Tech. - Mechanical Engg. (NIT Jalandhar)


Contact: 011-41242468

Total Years of Experience

5 Years 2 Months

Brief description of Experience

Dr. Mukul Joshi has a Ph.D. in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from IIT Kanpur. His research aims to develop insights into human-centric problem-solving approaches by startups and innovative entrepreneurs. He is interested in unraveling creativity, design thinking, and strategic innovation principles. He has been teaching Design Thinking, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy Business Simulation courses for post-graduate students. He also teaches doctoral-level courses on qualitative research methodology and the startup ecosystem.

He has been a resource person for training and MDP programs for GAIL and Bayer. He has presented his research at reputed international conferences organized by Strategic Management Society (SMS) and Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Exchange (ACERE). He has been awarded Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) by the University Grants Commission (UGC). Before his Ph.D., he was an associate consultant with Infosys Limited.

Research Interest Areas

Frugal Innovations, Inquiry into Experiences, Design Thinking, Innovative New Ventures, Entrepreneuring, Alternate Paradigms of Inquiry, Qualitative Research Methodology

Consulting Interest Areas

Creative Problem Solving, New Venture Creation, Strategic Innovation Management, Qualitative Research, Design Thinking

Executive Education/MDPs

FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.