Prashant is a Managing Director and co-leader of the Healthcare Practice at Innosight, a global growth strategy and innovation consulting firm, built on HBS Professor Clayton Christensen’s theories of disruptive innovation. An architect of strategic transformation, Prashant has collaborated with senior executives at Fortune 50 companies to develop new growth strategies, identify and pursue “white space” opportunities, design innovation capabilities, and create disruptive new products, services, and business models. Prashant has specialized domain expertise in Healthcare (Providers, Payors), and Life Sciences (Medical Devices, Pharma, and Biotech).

Prior to Innosight, Prashant worked at Advanced Technology Ventures, a 30-year-old venture capital firm managing over ~2 Billion. At ATV, Prashant increased deal flow in disruptive new ventures, oversaw all phases of the investment process, and advised entrepreneurs on successfully launching and scaling new businesses. Previously, Prashant was a consultant at Deloitte, where he advised Fortune 100 clients in Europe, Asia, and North America across industries such as Consumer Goods, and Media Distribution. Prashant is also the Co-founder of Navya, a healthcare technology firm in clinical decision-making, and an advisor to KAHM Capital, an early-stage Investment firm for Healthcare startups.

Prashant’s personal vision is to contribute towards global health equilibrium and a world without cancer. He is a featured speaker on innovation and growth and has delivered keynotes to major companies, national conferences, and large universities. He is the co-author most recently of “Emerging Stronger from the COVID-19 Crisis” and “When Kitchens Go Dark: How COVID-19 Could Transform the Restaurant Industry.”

Prashant earned his MBA from the Yale School of Management, focusing on strategy, innovation, entrepreneurship, and venture capital.




Closing time in a professional kitchen.“When Kitchens Go Dark: How COVID-19 Could Transform the Restaurant Industry”
Innosight, December 2020



Businessmen keep the chart profitable“Emerging Stronger from the COVID-19 Crisis: Recover, Reposition, and Redesign”
, September 2020