LM Thapar School of Management Organises 1st International Conference on ‘Indian Management’

HTCampus Expert updated on : 18 Nov 2016

LM Thapar School of Management successfully hosted its first international conference on Management: Thought, Practice and Transformation’. Read on.

LM Thapar School of Management organised its first international conference on ‘Indian Management: Thought, Practice and Transformation’ on November 14, 2016.
The objective of this conference was to foster a provocative discussion on various facets of what together comprises the Indian ethos.
The event saw participation by research scholars from all across India and even overseas. With sessions conducted by Prof. P.K. Singh (IIM Indore), Prof. Subhash Sharma (Director IBA Bangalore), Prof. Hemant Merchant ( Florida Atlantic Univ. USA), Dr. Ananta Kumar Giri ( Madras institute of management studies) among many others.
Conference Themes:
  • Culture: Its impact on corporate & professional behavior
  • Political Economy & Indian Ethos
  • Influence of Manu-Smriti & Caste system on individuals, business communities, society and business
  • Role of Gita, Mahabharta & Ramayana in shaping lives of Indians & Professionals
  • Influence of Chanakya-niti on professional life
  • How scriptures can guide sustainability
  • Problem solving approach in Indian context
  • Work ethics in Indian context
  • Time management in Indian context
  • Team work in Indian context
  • Jugaad in Indian context
  • Communication style in Indian scenario
  • Hero Worship in Indian context
  • Organized chaos and complexity
  • Joint family system in India
  • Societal attitude towards Law & Morality
  • Role of women in society and business
  • Power distance and hierarchy in Indian society
  • Gandhian Philosophy and Nehruvian Ideologies
  • Indian Education System
  • Changes in Indian consumer behavior
  • Case studies of Corporate Leaders Indian Corporate World
  • Cultural transformation in Post Liberalization era
  • Cosmopolitan Culture in Indian metros
  • India vs Bharat: Many Indias within India
Source: Deepak Nanda, HTCampus Specialist 

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