The Five Strategies: Interview with Dr Anju Jain (Part 3)

Interested in Becoming a Member?

An SIM Membership like no other, provides you with an abundance of tools, resources and opportunities to help you achieve your professional and personal success at every step of the way! Be part of our learning community of more than 34,000 corporate and individual members.

For more information about membership, please click here »

Member Login

If u are a subscriber, please use ur subscriber login.
If you are a SIM Member, please use your SIM Membership login.

Forgot your password?

Member Login

Forgot your password?
login  Cancel

Sign Up

If you wish to sign up for a SIM Membership, please click here


If you wish to subscribe to Today's Manager, please click here

If you wish to subscribe to Singapore Management Review, please click here

Website maintenance notice: Website will not be accessible from 27 June (11 pm) to 28 June (9 am) due to scheduled maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Home > Articles > The Five Strategies: Interview with Dr Anju Jain (Part 3)

 The Five Strategies: Interview with Dr Anju Jain (Part 3)

March 16, 2018
​In the last of three clips, Dr Anju Jain discusses the five strategies or the five circles for success: onboarding oneself, onboarding one’s family, onboarding the organisation, onboarding networks, and the Partner Strategy.

DR Anju Jain leads human resources for Caterpillar India and is the founder of Chai Pe, a platform for developing professional women. She has a PhD in developmental psychology from Pennsylvania State University. Dr Jain has a collective experience of over 20 years in academia, business, and entrepreneurship. She is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, has worked across organisations in the US and Asia, and is the author of Step Up. Currently, she lives in Singapore with her husband and two daughters.

Opening SIM Management 360 animation courtesy of Arvind T. 
Copyright © 2018 Singapore Institute of Management

Browse Articles

By Topic
By Industry
By Geography