- School Schools of Management
- Department/Programme BA
Dr. Vishal Talwar is the Dean – School of Management, BML Munjal University. Prior to Joining BMU, Dr. Talwar was the Head of Campus (Mumbai) and Assistant Dean of S.P. Jain School of Global Management – Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore & Sydney. Dr. Talwar had spent close to 12 years in the United Kingdom and returned to India in 2013 as Dean – JRE School of Management, an Educomp-Raffles Joint Venture.
Whilst in the UK, Dr. Talwar worked as faculty in leading universities and business schools such as the London School of Economics and the Henley Business School, University of Reading. At Henley, he was awarded the ‘Outstanding Contribution to Learning and Teaching Award’ in recognition of his consistent endeavour to improve the student experience.
Dr. Talwar has presented his research and/or taught in countries such as the UK, USA, Canada, Italy, Finland, Spain, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Dubai. With research and consulting interests in customer portfolios, marketing resource allocation and consumer ethics, Dr. Talwar has published in leading journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics (a Financial Times Top 45 Journal), International Journal of Market Research and has even received best paper proceedings at the Academy of Management in the US. He has also presented his research at prestigious conferences such as the American Marketing Association Conference, Informs Marketing Science Conference, Academy of Marketing Conference and the International Marketing & Purchasing (IMP) Conference.
Dr. Talwar is a PhD from Manchester Business School where he was awarded a doctoral scholarship by the Shell Oil Company. With a first degree in mechanical engineering and a post graduation in management, Dr. Talwar has worked previously in the automotive as well as advertising industries in firms such as Exide Industries and Euro RSCG Advertising. He has been featured in Monocle Magazine, the Times of India, Economic Times, Daily News & Analysis (DNA) and the Hindustan Times.