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P. Mohan Chandran
Hyderabad, India

P. Mohan Chandran is a business writer, tech writer, creative writer, poet, teacher, and researcher. He holds masters in Management (MBA) and English (M.A.), and a PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication. He is now an entrepreneur, offering all kinds of content development, and research and training services through his company - CPG Knowledge Solutions - TM (www.cpg.co.in). He was earlier associated in different capacities with organizations such as the Indian School of Business (ISB), Verizon, iPrex Solutions (an IPR company), Lok Satta (India's largest democratic people's movement for political and governance reforms) and ICFAI University. 

In his first stint as a 'Research Associate' with ICFAI Center for Management Research (ICMR), Mohan developed about 20 management case studies on diverse topics, of which 7 became international best-sellers.

Mohan's case studies were bought and read by leading international B-Schools and top organizations across the world. One of his case studies titled "Wal-Mart's Supply Chain Management Practices" became an international best-seller, and was bought/read by more than 100 universities across the world, including top B-schools/Universities such as Harvard, Stanford, Purdue, Michigan, Virginia, Georgia Tech, INSEAD, London Business School, London School of Economics, IMD, IIMs, IITs, Indian School of Business, Oxford, Cambridge, etc. Organizations such as Booz, Allen and Hamilton, McKinsey, Eli Lilly, KPMG, AT Kearney, Ernst & Young, Accenture, Unilever, Citibank, Siemens, Rolls Royce Plc, TATA Management Training Centre, Lombard, and CII have also bought/read his case studies. 

Mohan has a profound passion for English, research, and writing. He is also a poet, with more than 600 poems in English and about 25 poems in Hindi to his credit. He also worked as a freelance Copywriter for an ad agency in Hyderabad, and volunteers for social organizations.   

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