Mind Without Fear: The Rise and Fall of Rajat Gupta, Logan Center for the Arts, Monday, 20. May 2019

**This event will be filmed and distributed by Chicago Booth Review. No food or drinks will be allowed inside the venue.** 
In 2003, Rajat Gupta stood at the pinnacle of corporate America. The first foreign born chief executive of McKinsey & Company, during his nearly decade long tenure, he had spearheaded dramatic growth at the storied consultancy, opening offices in 23 new countries, doubling the number of partners, and increasing revenue 280 percent. Beyond the corporate boardroom, he had served in leadership capacities for the Gates Foundation and the United Nations, co-founded the Indian School of Business, and served in distinguished advisory roles for a number of top American business schools, including Harvard, Wharton, Kellogg, and Sloan. In 2013, one decade later, he was serving a two-year prison sentence for insider trading.
A free man, again, Gupta tells his own story in Mind Without Fear, a newly released memoir in which he chronicles, as the book's cover attests, "[t]he extraordinary story of the rise and fall of a global business icon." On Monday, May 20th in the Performance Penthouse of the Logan Arts Center, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science, John Paul Rollert, will host Mr. Gupta for a discussion about his new book and the lessons we might take from his remarkable experience. 
This event is sponsored by Chicago Booth Review in partnership with the Harry L. Davis Center for Leadership. 

Mind Without Fear: The Rise and Fall of Rajat Gupta

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