Infosys Founder to Speak in Great Journeys Series

N.R. Narayana Murthy, the founder of global software services company Infosys, will be featured in the Great Journeys Inspirational Series at the Lubar School of Business on Friday, April 30. The virtual webinar will run from 8:00-9:00 am CDT.

The series, which emphasizes the values of business ethics, integrity, and social responsibility, is sponsored by the M&I Marshall & Ilsley Center for Business Ethics.

Under Murthy’s leadership, Infosys became a leader in innovation in technical, managerial and leadership training, software technology, quality, productivity, customer focus, employee satisfaction, and physical and technological infrastructure.

His leadership prowess has been widely recognized, including being ranked among Fortune magazine’s 12 Greatest Entrepreneurs of Our Time, among The Economist’s 10 Most Admired Global Business Leaders, among CNBC’s 25 Global Business Leaders, and among the Financial Times top 10 Business Pioneers in Technology. He is the first Indian winner of Ernst and Young’s World Entrepreneur of the Year award.

Now retired from Infosys, he currently serves on the boards of Ford Foundation, the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University, and the United Nations Foundation. He has served on the boards of HSBC and Unilever, both headquartered in London.

More information and registration can be found here.

(A link to a recording of this webinar will be available at the M&I Marshall & Ilsley Center for Busiiness Ethics website following the live event.)