N.R. Narayana Murthy speaks about how values are an integral part of companies for good governance and how a better world can be created by the creation of jobs with better incomes.
Bunker Roy says that people in rural areas need to be skilled in order to be made employable to cultivate inclusivity. Dilip Asbe talks about how digital payments have to be more modified with local languages integrated into the systems to foster inclusivity.
Shiv Shivakumar talks about how leadership needs self education in order to stay relevant and how a leader needs to be a follower, to be a successful one.
Debashree Mukherjee talks about how a good leader uses institutional and structural opportunities to make things better and shares their vision with the team to realise it.
Sanchit Agarwal talks about how companies should have an ecosystem focused on women professionals’ health and wellness at work.
Dr. Parag Agarwal talks about the various crises faced by the Water Sector and explains how democratising can help reach the unreached, aid water conservation and bring about sustainability.
Kris Gopalakrishnan talks about how the IT Sector has created 5 million jobs and become a global industry, and how it is still focused on profitability and sustainability.
The panelists talk about the challenges faced by Asian economies due to the growing friction in global trade and finance, and the different beneficial ways of Regional Co-operations for the New Global Order.
The panelists discuss how Asian economies can coordinate their resilience measures against crises that are happening in the world, and what are the best ways of regional collaboration for businesses within Asia.
Rajive Kaul delivers the Introductory Remarks, Shrinivas Dempo delivers a Special Address and SK Cheong offers a Vote Of Thanks.
Amit Shukla explains how to use the right technology for government initiatives and how businesses can collaborate with the government to not only scale up but work towards the country’s development.
Vanitha Narayanan talks about how leadership should be “gender agnostic” and how the subject of gender equality should not be overhyped but approached in a neutral manner.