Announcing New Advisory Board Member – Ann Lustig

Pune, India – September 2017:

Sproutlogix, a talent lifecycle management solutions company, is pleased to announce the addition of Ann Lustig to its Board of Advisors.

The board provides leadership for reviewing the firm’s business strategy and promoting its vision globally.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Ann Lustig to our board”, said Devang Shah, CEO. Ann is known for her strategic focus in bringing together Leadership, Organizational Planning, Employee Development, and Data to create effective solutions to organizational challenges.

Ann brings close to 30 years’ experience in all aspects of organizational and employee development, including organizational alignment, operational planning and design, career path planning, succession planning, leadership development, performance management, and training. She also provides both personal and professional coaching and mentoring.

As the Director of IT Business Operations at both Standard and Poor’s and Citi Alternative Investments, Ann was responsible for the overall business management of the Information Technology Group, a global leadership role in which she successfully managed large-scale transformations and solved complex organizational challenges.

Ann holds a BA in Psychology from Rider University and an MS in Group Process and Group Psychotherapy from Hahnemann University (now part of Drexel University). She has extensive training and experience in running experiential groups, used to change behavioral patterns and applied this to her published master’s thesis, entitled: Management Training Programs: Meeting the Demands for Leadership in Organizations Through Small Group Experience.

About Sproutlogix

Found in 2016, Sproutlogix is a disruptor in the talent management space. The company is focused on transforming talent management with AI-based tools, actionable analytics, and research-backed behavior analysis.

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