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Sanjay Pathak
Managing Director Toronto
2015

"Today, I lead our Enterprise Architecture Capability in Canada, managing many different aspects of that business, including developing our people, growing our practice and helping to execute and deliver on the Accenture value proposition. This job is never boring!"

2011

"I was promoted to Managing Director in the IT Strategy and Transformation practice. This was the most important promotion of my career, a huge personal goal and extremely satisfying given all the mental and physical energy that went into making it. I also remember the incredible support I received from so many who believed in me."

2010

"I met with Bill Morris, our Country Managing Director, seeking career advice. He asked me a very simple question: “Who is Sanjay? What is your brand? ”. I realized that I thought I knew what to say, but I couldn’t articulate it properly. I learned that knowing my brand and concisely articulating it was as important a skill as any other I’d developed at Accenture.​"

2009

"I started working on a highly strategic banking engagement, where I built a long term and meaningful CIO relationship by developing and implementing the strategy for one of the largest IT Transformation programs in Canada, and across our Financial Services clients in North America."

2008

"I participated in Accenture’s Leadership Development Program, where I worked closely with our most senior leaders from around the globe over the course of a year. In addition to broadening my personal and professional horizons, I helped solve some real challenges that we face as a business across people, technology and geography dimensions."

2007

"I started working with a communications and media client, where I began to truly appreciate what a value-driven business relationship means to me, to Accenture, and to our clients. I still keep in touch with many of the clients and colleagues I met and worked with there – a bond forged in deadlines and hard work."

2005

"Hard work AND focusing on “the right skills” pays off: I got promoted to Senior Manager. It was also around this time that I started to focus on what getting to the next level *really* meant to me; what kind of skills I needed to develop and how I could start to make an impact in my new role and at my next career level."

2002

"My first IT Strategy/Enterprise Architecture project for an Insurance client, where I started to gain a real appreciation for what “effective oral and written client communication” means. This is a skill that is so important in our business, for all people at all levels."

2000

"I got my first taste of “real” project management and what it meant to plan a project and lead a team at a dot-com start up in Toronto. This was a really important step for me to learn not only “what” we do, but also “how” we do it – and my first shot at taking ownership of the technical and people aspects of a project. This led to my promotion to Manager in 2001; and also when I started to really feel what that responsibility meant!"

1999

"My first overseas assignment in Tokyo, where I spent 3 months in the middle of the ‘dot-com’ craze helping to build our Internet Applications Group in Japan."

1996

"The year I joined Accenture – my first job out of school and first step in my career journey."

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