Transformation for Continuity: Innovative practices for resilient organizations
Ms Poonam Rawat, Manager-CMD
Mob. 9818381229, E-mail: email@example.com
Ravi Jangra - Deputy Director
Mob. 9811811231, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each organisation needs to transform to stay relevant and to grow over a period of time. Many a times the transformation journey is internalised, yet sudden and exceptional events such as the Covid-crisis act as catalyst to transverse onto the journey of modernisation and resilience.
The corporate sector has responded very well to this adversity and has not allowed the operations and supply chains to collapse. The employee welfare has taken welfare and so has the care for stakeholders of business and community at large There are lessons to be learnt and good practices to be shared. Without exception each department of the organisation be it production, quality control, logistics, finance, HR, Marketing, Sales and Service have risen to the occasion and devised ways and means to keep the customer and the business running. Another development has been focus of the businesses towards Business Responsibility with every organisation working to help communities at large through innovation in their own and related lines of business. News of PPE Kits, ventilators, temporary shelters, opening of the premises to offer shelter and food to the affected have made for pleasant reading. The National Competition for Young Managers 2021 seeks entries and case studies of any such wonderful ways in which your organisation changed and helped the other communities and the government in its efforts to fight the challenges from this event
Elaborate all the above in light of ensuring Continuity through Transformation – be it in business operations, lines of product & services, business responsibility and any other.
All India Management Association has been organising the National Competition for Young Managers (NCYM) annually since 1974, with a view to recognise competitive excellence among young managers and by providing them an unparalleled opportunity to hone their analytical, creative thinking, problem solving, team working and leadership skills in a national-level competitive setting. The competition has continued to gain in strength and popularity year after year and corporate organisations have recognised its value as a useful tool to groom their young managerial talent for higher responsibilities. The NCYM today is one of the foremost and hugely popular pan India National-level Competition meant exclusively for the young managers working in public and private sector organisations in business and industry. The competition brings disparate teams of young executives from the corporate world on a common platform to research, analyse, discuss and deliberate on a theme of contemporary managerial interest and national significance.
The teams are required to first submit a soft copy of the synopsis between 1500-2000 words (maximum 4 pages) to the NCYM official mail id i.e. email@example.com. Reports should be based on live case projects of their current company, innovative ideas backed by research and analysis of data from pertinent sources, both primary and secondary, including the team's experience of his/her own organization (wherever applicable). Team will then make the presentation before a panel of judges online. Thereafter, two best team from each region will be selected to make final presentation at the Grand Finale to be held at New Delhi.
A three member team of executives less then 35 years of age (as on January 1, 2021) is eligible to participate. The team should be from an organisation only. Organisations are also free to nominate as many teams as they wish.
Each team will be require to send the mandatory non-refundable entry fee, alongwith the registration form. The fees should be sent by a crossed demand draft/cheque in favour of All India Management Association, New Delhi and is payable in advance (at least 10 days ahead of the competition).
Each team will be required to send the mandatory non-refundable entry fee, along with the registration form. The fees should be sent by a crossed demand draft/cheque in favour of All India Management Association, New Delhi.
|East Region||25 August, 2021|
|West Region||1 – 2 September, 2021|
|South Region||7 – 8 September, 2021|
|North Region||14 – 15 September, 2021|
|GRAND FINALE: 17th September, 2021 Online|
(*For a team of three persons)
|For Members of AIMA||Rs. 30,000||Rs. 28,000||Rs. 26,000|
|For Non-members of AIMA||Rs. 32,000||Rs. 30,000||Rs. 28,000|
|For Academician `15,000/- per team|
|Year||Champion||I Runners-up||II Runners-up|
|2020||Robert Bosch||IOCL and Bosch Ltd|
|2019||KHS Machinery||Rashtriya Ispat||BHEL|
|2018||Bosch Ltd||BPCL||Robert Bosch Engineering & Solution Ltd|
|2017||Bosch Ltd||BHEL||Bosch Automotives|
|2016||Bosch Ltd||GE T & D Ltd||BPCL|