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7th Business Responsibility Summit


(L-R) Rekha Sethi, Director General, AIMA; Vineet Nayar, Former CEO, HCL Technologies and Founder, Sampark Foundation; Rajeev Bhadauria Summit Chairman & Director Group HR, Jindal Steel & Power Group of Companies; Sudipta Das, Advisory Partner and Climate Change & Sustainability Leader, Ernst & Young and Miniya Chatterji, Programme Director and Chief Sustainability Officer, Jindal Steel and Power Group of Companies
 
 
The 7th Business Responsibility Summit, held on 23rd of June 2014 in New Delhi, was chaired by Mr Rajeev Bhadauria, Director Group HR, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd. and Ms Miniya Chatterji, Chief Sustainability Officer, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd. was the Summit Director. The inaugural session was addressed by Mr Vineet Nayar, Former CEO, HCL Technologies and Founder, Sampark Foundation. Some of the other speakers included Mr Sudipta Das, Advisory Partner & Climate Change & Sustainability Leader, Ernst & Young; Ms S M Swathi, Executive Director, Bharatiya Mahila Bank; Mr Santosh Shidhaye, Senior Vice President - Corporate Sustainability
 

Vineet Nayar, Former CEO, HCL Technologies and Founder, Sampark Foundation addressing the session
  Cell Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd. (IL&FS); Mr Chandraprakash Joshi, Senior Vice President, Food and Agribusiness Research Management, Yes Bank; Mr Yogesh Kochhar, Independent Consultant and Former Director Strategic Engagement, Microsoft Corporation India; Mr Sunder Subramanian Independent International Development and Infrastructure Consultant/Advisor and Researcher; Mr Jaideep Gokhale, Marketing Communications Director, Region South Asia, East Asia & Oceania, Tetra Pak; Mr Yogendra Saxena, Regional Director - CASI Global and Former Chief Sustainability Officer, Tata Power; Mr Vikas Shah, Chief Operating Officer, WaterHealth India; Mr Indra Guha, Director, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Ernst & Young; Mr Ranjeeb Sarma, Head of Social Compliance Marks and Spencer India;
Ms Sumana Sarkar, Head- Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility, Ericsson India Pvt. Ltd.; Mr A B Chakraborty, Chief Sustainability Officer, NFCSR Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) and Former Executive Director and Chief-Carbon Management & Sustainability Group, ONGC; Mr Ananda UVL, Head, Governmental & Stakeholder Affairs Sustainable Business Development, Bayer Group and Mr Munish Chander, Head TCI Foundation and General Manager, Transport Corporation of India Limited. The best case studies on theme 'Commitment towards Responsible Business- Practical Cases with Tangible Benefits' was also showcased. Infosys BPO was the winner of the case study contest this year. The event saw a participation of over 200 and was very well received.
 

Winning team of Case Study Presentation - Infosys BPO
 
 

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7TH BUSINESS RESPONSIBILITY SUMMIT
"Commitment towards Responsible Business- Practical Cases with Tangible Results"
23 June, 2015,
Case Study Template
 
Directions: Please complete this form in its entirety, and send to All India Management Association. All information in the form will be kept confidential and will only be used for evaluation purposes.

Note: All case studies to be strictly as per the template. The last day for submitting the case study is 31st May 2015.

Guidelines for the Case Study Contest
 
Topic: “Commitment towards Responsible Business- Practical Cases with Tangible Results

The case study should broadly cover the following aspects:

  • Triggers to the Practice/ Initiative
  • Details and Description of the CSR/ Responsible Business Practice/ Initiative
  • Statement of Purpose of the Practice/ initiative (How is your Practice/ initiative unique and path breaking?)
  • Barriers faced (if any) and how did you overcome the barriers
  • Results of the Practice/ initiative for the wider good (covering various Stakeholders)
  • Specific Effects on Environment and Specific Benefits to Society

Qualification Criteria: To be eligible to qualify for an award:
  • The case study demonstrates its alignment to responsible business objectives.
  • The intervention has clearly defined objectives.
  • The case study highlights a recent initiative by the company (last 3 years).
  • The case study clearly highlights the target beneficiaries of the intervention.
  • The case study provides sufficient detail on the methodology of how the project was implemented, and the learnings for improvements
  • The case study provides information on the monitoring mechanisms and quantifiable information on the results achieved.
  • The case study indicates that the results achieved have been verified by a third party.
  • Visual evidences, pictures, highlighting details of the initiative have been presented as part of the case study
  • The case study highlights upon management approach to responsible business practices
Section 1: Submission Details
Name of Company:  
Address:  
Telephone number:  
Company website:  
Contact person for application submission:  
Contact‘s email ID:  
Contact’s mobile number:  
Contact’s direct line:  
 
Section 2: Summary of key features of case study
  • Summary:
  • Background (incl. implementation year):
  • Outline of the Initiative:
  • Initiative Highlights & Achievements:
Section 3: Details of the Project and Contribution to Business Responsibility
  • The Challenge:
  • Improvement Intervention:
  • Benefits Achieved and the Beneficiaries:
  • Implementation Process and Cost to Company:
  • Monitoring and Continuous Improvement:
  • Obstacles Faced (if any during the implementation process):
  • Management Role and Approach to Intervention:
 
Section 4: Has the case study previously won or been nominated for any awards? If so, give the name and type of awards
 
SIGNED UNDERTAKING
I have read the rules and regulations and agree to comply with them. I understand that the jury's decision is final and that I will not enter into any dispute regarding this. I certify that all information provided by me in this form is correct to the best of my knowledge.
 
Name of individual:
Designation:                                                              
Signature and seal of Organization:
 
 
6th Business Responsibility Summit 2014
Theme: “Business as Partners in India's Development”
&
Case Study Contest on “CSR Practice contributing towards Responsible Business - Practical Cases with Tangible Results”
27-28 June, 2014, Hotel Le-Meridian, New Delhi
 

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The 6th Business Responsibility Summit, held on 27th-28th of June 2014 in New Delhi, was chaired by Mr. Shankar Venkateswaran, Chief, Tata Sustainability Group, Tata Sons. The inaugural session was addressed by the Summit Chairman, Mr. Parul Soni, ED, Ernst & Young; Mr. Ashok K. Pavadia, Jt. Secretary, Dept. of Public Enterprise; Mr. Vijay K Thadani, CEO, NIIT & Founder NIIT University and Ms Rekha Sethi, DG, AIMA.

The Summit is focusing on three key aspects of business responsibility: corporate transparency and accountability, providing goods and services that support sustainability and inclusive growth. On the first day of the Summit, focused sessions were held to discuss the business responsibility in the areas of water conservation and management, healthcare and nutrition, and inclusion. Some of the other speakers included Mr Rajan Sankar, Country Manager & Senior Advisor South Asia, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition; Mr Manoj Kumar, CEO, Naandi Foundation Programme; Ms Anuja Bansal, Director – Operations, Oxfam amongst others. The first day of the summit rounded off with the 3 winning teams of the case study contests presenting their case studies.

On day two of the summit, Mr. D Shivkumar, Chairman, Pepsico India and Immediate Past President, AIMA, stressed upon the importance of equality at the start rather than as an outcome. Some of the other speakers included Mr Ashok Bharti , Chairman, National Confederation of Dalit Organisations, (NACDOR); Mr Govindraj Ethiraj, Founder-Editor, India Spend; Mr Bharat Wakhlu, Resident Director, Tata Group; Mr Jagdeep S Chhokar, Founder Member, Association for Democratic Reforms, Founder Chairperson, Aajeevika Bureau, Mr Shekhar Singh, Coordinator, National Campaign for Right to Information amongst others.

 

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Email: sbit@aima.in