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Business Leaders Programme

Postby admin » Sat Aug 07, 2010 12:04 pm

Business Leaders Programme

September 11 – 14, 2010: The Westin Sohna, Haryana

Consistent performance and abundant skilled manpower have enabled Indian businesses to grow rapidly in size, scope and global reach. However, in the long term, this trajectory cannot be achieved at the cost of an already fragile environment and social imbalances. Rapid geopolitical shifts, resource constraints, rising social and investor expectations, and social and environmental legacy issues jostle for attention of the corporate decision-makers as they tend to focus more on short-term profit maximization. In short, today’s business leaders operate in an increasingly complex world marked by tough choices, and they need to be able to convert challenges to opportunities.

In contrast to adopting only traditional management approaches, businesses need to identify and deploy environmental, social and economic imperatives to achieve growth, stability and prosperity, leading to a better quality of life for all concerned through (a) nurturing internal capabilities (b) engaging external constituencies (c) accelerating innovation & repositioning (d) crystallizing the company’s growth path & trajectory.

It is with this background CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development in partnership with Cornell University, The Johnson School, Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise is organising an annual executive education programme “Business Leaders Programme” with the objective of developing Strategies & Leadership for Creating Sustainable Organisations. The programme is anchored by Prof. Stuart Hart from Cornell and the Guest Faculty includes Mr. Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Sons Ltd. & Mr. Y C Deveshwar, Chairman, ITC Ltd.

I am writing to invite you to consider attending and nominating your senior colleagues to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity by participating in this incredible programme. A copy of the programme brochure is enclosed herewith for your reference and use.

We accept limited no. of participants every year and I am pleased to inform you that some of the industry majors, such as Infosys, Intel, ITC, Jubilant Organosys, JCB India, JUSCO, Kirloskar Brothers, L&T, Rio Tinto, Sesa Goa, Tata Power and TCS have already confirmed their participation.

We look forward to your early and positive reply.

Kind regards,

Seema Arora

Principal Counsellor & Head

CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development

2nd Floor, Thapar House, 124, Janpath, New Delhi 110 001

Tel.: 91 11 4150 2309 / 2310, Fax: 91 11 4150 1924 / 25


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