Mr Vikas Sharma
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All India Management Association (AIMA) is set to hold the third edition of its popular crisis leadership series - BusinessUnusual.
Business environment has been changing rapidly since the outbreak of covid in 2020 and companies have had to adjust to shifting goalposts frequently. The nature and the extent of the business issues are being continuously altered by an evolving pandemic, emerging consumer needs, lockdowns, policy changes, fast-moving geopolitics and technological advances.
The programmes under BusinessUnusual Series guide business leaders and executives in overcoming disruption challenges, spotting growth opportunities in the crisis, and managing fundamental business transformation.
The programmes under 3rd BusinessUnusual series are designed to help companies rethink their business recovery and rebuilding strategies and prepare leadership for capitalizing on the opportunities emerging from the crisis.
The series would consist of one-day programmes that would focus on specific business issues or particular leadership areas. The speakers for the programmes will consist of renowned CEOs, celebrated business founders, star experts and top strategy and technology consultants.
The programmes would be interactive and a lot of time would be set aside for the delegates to ask questions and seek advice. The number of participants in each programme would be restricted to enable greater interaction between the speaker and the audience."
Theme : Future now: Upgrading for the unknown
As the economy returns to some level of normalcy, enterprises face the challenge of predicting the future while adjusting to the ongoing changes in business dynamics. The pandemic experience has shaken the confidence in the long-term stability and forced an acceptance of continuous uncertainty. The assessment of what could go wrong, or right, is no longer limited to survey findings or generic variables. Now, the enterprises must be ready for radical and sudden shifts in business conditions and trends. While they build capabilities for resilience and growth based on the current experience, they must keep an eye on the fast-approaching future. Enterprises must treat the future as the present and upgrade for both the known and the unknown
All participants joining the programme will be awarded the 'Certificate of Participation' from AIMA after the programme.
RA Mashelkar Former Director General, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research deliberating on how to attain Competitiveness through Invention.
Akshay Bhalla, Office Managing Partner – North, KPMG India deliberating on Agile Risk Management and Strategies for Growth with Adaptability