As an engineer, well cognizant of the term “Kaizen” and its far-reaching implications, I would depict my academic and vocational journey through a series of events. Over the long-term, these events have made me evolve into a competent professional with more than three years of experience in supply chain, analytics, and consulting. I want to be a paradigm shifter, and that requires advanced education, innovative perspective, and technical expertise. Bolstered by my strong academic background and internships at Toyota, Krishna Maruti, Polestar Solutions & Services, and professional tenure at MG Motor and Magicpin, I was poised to take another step in to my academic career by pursuing a Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management at the Michigan Ross School of Business so I can bridge the gap between the next echelons of my career path. The most intriguing part of this program is the course structure in regard to the overall supply chain module, which mirrors real-life simulations while we receive professor’s support and guidance. After improving in applied analytics, operations, and accounting, I wish to go back to work at all of my prior companies. With my improved skills, I know the amount of impact I could drive would be exponentially greater. The incredible efforts by our Career Development Office (CDO) resulted in myself being reached out to by multiple recruiters and employees of multinational organizations for several strategy and management roles. That may not have been possible without the perseverance of our CDO team.