Theme: Corporations, Government, Society and Development – Role of Management Education
Indus Business Academy, Bangalore
Date: 19th – 21st December, 2015
The international conference focused on modern management practices which could be applied by managers for better results and to achieve an overall sustainable development. The conference started off with a motivational speech of the session chair. It was then followed up by other eminent speakers who mainly stressed upon – Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), challenges faced by the present and future economy, methodologies for attaining growth in the economy and various other management procedures in order to overcome the upcoming challenges.
The presentations were truly enlightening, like Ms. Harshitha analyzed the performance of BSE 500 companies and listed the companies according to their profitability and liquidity, Mrs. D’Souza discussed on the share price and functions of stock market and the changing nature of capital market, Prof. J. B. Shetty compared some developing countries like India and China with respect to their overall growth, GDP, per capita income and retail sales profile, Dr. Parag Arun Narkhede talked about employee engagement and commitment, Mr. Kala C. Seal enlightened the audience with the knowledge of new technological usage of mobile phones and their benefits, Ms. Parvathi assessed the Green IT Readiness and laid down different dimensions of Green IT and towards the end Dr. Sreesha and Dr. P. Gnanakumar spoke about India’s financial literacy and entrepreneurial growth.
The conference was truly an aggregation of different researchers, scholars and activists gathered to share their knowledgeable information. Research papers were presented by dignitaries like Mr. Krishna who unveiled the business history of India and linked it with the present and future organizational management, Prof. Suresh V. Chandra gave the concept of “Lean Management” through which waste can be reduced in manufacturing better quality products. Mr. Madhu made a study on Automobile Industry and explained the impact of product innovation. At last but not the least, Mrs. Sreesha talked about Green HRM as one of the dimensions of sustainable development.
At last, all the presenters were honored with the certificates of participation and in this way, the AIMS International Conference came to an end under the guidance and co-ordination of Prof. Narendra Babu with the taste of success, positivity and hope that the next International Conference would again be a great triumph.