Our leadership comes with extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of sustainable development initiatives globally. Their cumulative experience covers the broad spectrum of the social and development sphere, sustainability and climate change issues, and ethical business imperatives. They are further supported by a select team of professionals with expertise in different aspects of sustainable development, such as strategic management, social research, need and impact assessments, EHS and social regulations, resource conservation, supply chain dynamics, etc., thereby, creating a win-win solution for the triple bottom line of business.
“Sustainable development today is a central topic of discussion in organizations, academic institutions, offices and in boardrooms across the world, since it has come to define almost every aspect of human endeavour. Given the complex and often unpredictable nature of the risks involved, organizations must use innovative approach to mitigate them. We at TTC, through our cross-cutting solutions and multidisciplinary expertise, are ideally equipped to be a key partner in our clients’ sustainable development journey.”
“Resource efficiency and sustainability have become drivers of cost reduction and risk management for organizations. With the cost of the natural resources projected to increase, and availability being scarce, companies which manage their impact responsibly and internalize them effectively through a solid sustainability strategy, stand a better chance of sustaining in the long term. The emphasis on the Sustainable Development Goals in the coming years is expected to necessitate fostering the synergy between corporates, government, academia and civil society like never before. Our dedicated and experienced sustainability and climate change professionals help clients derive maximum value from our focused solutions in the domains of strategy, resource efficiency, energy and climate change.”
“A Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) framework provides an understanding of the strengths, weaknesses and bottle-necks of a project. Impact assessments help measure the true impact of sustainable development projects and programs. Taken together, these two aspects are critical to get a well-rounded picture of the actual achievements of programs. At TTC, our experienced team specializes in developing robust M&E frameworks and carrying out thorough impact assessments”
“With enforcement of Section135 of the Companies Act 2013, companies are looking to optimize resource efficiency and enhance social impact through strategic CSR initiatives. Organizations worldwide continue to grapple with strategic management choices, approaches and practice for creating sustainable impact. We assist organizations in accelerating organizational growth through visualizing and planning the growth road map.”
“Donor agencies face several challenges in ensuring that funds are used for intended purposes, as they often find it difficult to partner with credible organizations who share their vision. Community Based Organizations need the requisite expertise as well as robust systems to improve transparency and credibility. We at TTC offer a range of services aimed at finding innovative solutions for these concerns.”
"There is a greater need to identify the gaps in accessing development programs and understanding people’s perspective. We at Thinkthrough aim to create a feasible environment for progressive social development programs through social research, market assessment, market landscaping, program documentation, process mapping and scoping/feasibility studies."
“Human Capital is the backbone of every organization. Sourcing, retaining, assessing, training and motivating workforce is a key challenge to progress in today’s dynamic business environment. Establishing and maintaining effective and efficient HR systems and processes is critical to organizational sustainability. We support development sector organizations in meeting these critical requirements.”
“The healthcare sector is a one of the building blocks of any nation’s development, but it is especially central to India’s development given the widespread socio-economic disparity present in the country. To ensure the sustainable growth of the economy it is not only critical to create jobs but to also create a workforce unencumbered by nagging illnesses and injuries which can be prevented by providing basic healthcare. The healthcare sector in India has challenges across its value chain, and at TTC we have experts with functional experience and scientific expertise in this sector and who can deliver insights and solutions to critical stakeholders such as the government, not-for-profits, companies and donor agencies.”
"Sustainability has become the tool for future readiness. An assessment of the baseline scenario of material sustainability aspects, a look into the potential future scenarios from risk and opportunity point of view, and identifying the interventions that ensures sustainability in a longer time horizon is the key. Our outlook at TTC is aligned to the same with our expert professionals equipped with the vision, the psyche and the tools for delivering the same to our clients."
Rajan is a strong leader and mentor with over 30 years of experience across Social and Corporate Sectors. He is a highly motivated individual accompanied with sharp business acumen, people leadership skills and an ability to build high performance teams. A post graduate in business management from Calcutta University and a graduate from St Stephen’s college New Delhi, he has an excellent understanding of business development, marketing, new service/product development, Finance, Legal & other business activities that helps to ensure there is linkage with the overall strategy and vision.
During his expanse career, he has developed strategies and policies - conceptualized, managed and supervised intensive programmes.
He has also mentored and managed large cross cultural teams across national and global platforms covering a wide range of senior positions in general management, sales, marketing, hospitality, travel & tourism and financial services. He has interacted closely with a spectrum of bilateral donors, UN partners, print and electronic media, NGOs, Corporate and the Government institutions. Successfully set up Greenfield projects; gained market knowledge, acquired negotiation skills and nurtured relationships across diverse sectors and Industries. His strong analytical skills and ability to adapt to diverse situations has helped him in executing successful business and operational strategies with complex distribution channels. He has a good knowledge of South Asia and Far East markets and their culture.
“Health plays a cross-cutting role across the three elements of sustainable development which are economic, social and environmental. The disease burden, for both communicable and non-communicable diseases, still remains high in countries like India. Adequate attention is required towards healthcare and poverty alleviation, which would address the issues of malnutrition; health risks and determinants beyond communicable diseases; impact of strategies, policies and practices on health. An in depth understanding of the public health issues allows us to think through on innovative approaches and solutions.”
"Social research has three distinct facets to it. ‘Research for a Program’ that can critically inform the design of an initiative; ‘Research on a Program’ that analyzes an initiative’s performance and provides necessary course correction and/or inputs for future endeavors; and ‘Research as a Program’ where the research piece is an initiative directed at identifying new approaches to policy formulation and program design and implementation. At TTC, we understand these facets to social research and are geared up to strategically align our advisory to the clients’ needs."
“In this dynamic world of changing funding mechanism, the only way to achieve sustainable development while addressing the resource scarcity is systems thinking. In TTC, we provide sustainable solutions so that your vision is not truncated for shortage of resources.”