Euvin Naidoo is Thunderbird School of Global Management’s Distinguished Professor of Practice for Global Accounting, Risk and Agility. Professor Naidoo also serves as the director of the Thunderbird Case Series and serves on the editorial board of the Thunderbird International Business Review.
The focus of Professor Naidoo’s work is on accounting, financial controls, corporate governance, risk management, innovation and agility. Naidoo pioneered and launched Harvard Business School’s first short intensive program on Agility, focused on how organizations, senior leadership teams and boards can move from a survive to thrive mode in an ever-increasing VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) global economic and governance ecosystem.
Over the past several decades, he has served as the former Africa-wide partner and managing director for the Boston Consulting Group’s Banking and Public Sector Practices with a focus on financial services, risk and controls. He has served on the World Economic Forum’s U.S. Global Agenda Council for two terms, and is one of the only members from Africa to serve in this capacity. He regularly co-publishes with some of the leading players in management, strategy, innovation, risk and implementation including McKinsey & Co. and the Boston Consulting Group.
- MBA, Harvard Business School
- B.A. in Law and Politics, University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal, Durban