Gartner Expert

Anish Roy

Principal Analyst

Anish Roy is a Principal Analyst developing research in the area of Strategy, Execution and organization. He primarily focuses on advising clients on Organizational change management, organization design, workforce strategy, Culture, Talent development, and management.

Previous experience

Prior to joining Gartner, He was helping the COO of Toyota Lift with insights and working as a Research Associate. He has worked with organizations like Fidelity National Information Services, Larsen & Toubro, Aditya Birla Group, and Essel group in the past on projects like Mentoring, Human behavior change, and communication plans, Developing a learning culture, etc. He started his professional career as an Assistant Manager in Nayara Energy (formerly known as Essar oil ltd) in 2014.

He went to Imperial Business School, London, to study Business strategy and consulting. He had done his master's in Organization Development and Change from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. He holds a Bachelor of Technology from Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun, and another master's degree in Economics from Indra Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi.

Professional background

Nayara Energy

Assistant Manager

Toyota Lift Northwest

Research Associate

Areas of coverage

CIO Leadership of Culture and People

Future of Work Reinvented Resource Center


Business Strategy and Consulting, Imperial Business School, London, Student Exchange programme

M.A., Organisation Development, Change and Leadership, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai

M.A., Economics, IGNOU, New Delhi

B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering, Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun

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Top Issues That I Help Clients Address

1Organizational change management and Culture

2Future of work and high performing teams

3Talent Development and management for digital transformation

4Developing behaviors with constant change, enhancing employees Motivation, and engagement

5Organization Design and Structure