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“The Future of Organisations”

Joined by a panel of distinguished speakers and moderators, The All India Management Association (AIMA) and Gandhi Centre for Inclusive Innovation at Imperial College Business School invite you to the conference on 30 April 2018

With the rigorously increasing use of technology, there has been a tremendous change in how we run our businesses. This conference in a three panel discussion will shed light on the impact of digitalization and artificial intelligence on our methods of trade in future; The role of government in planning and how the advancement in technology will affect our social values and structures.

The panel of distinguished speakers are:

Francisco Veloso : Dean, Imperial College Business School
Prof David Gann, CBE : Vice President (Innovation), Imperial College London
Rekha Sethi : Director General, All India Management Association
TV Mohandas Pai : President, AIMA
Sunil Kant Munjal : President, AIMA and Chairman, The Hero Enterprise
YK Sinha : High Commissioner of India to UK
Sanjay Kirloskar : Vice President, AIMA and Chairman & Managing Director, Kirloskar Brothers

G P Hinduja : Co-Chairman, Hinduja Group
Pramod Bhasin : Founder, Genpact; Chairman, Clix Capital
Rajive Kaul : Chairman, Nicco Group
Anil Agarwal : Founder and Chairman, Vedanta Resources Plc
Dr Mark Kennedy : Director, Imperial Business Analytics; Associate Professor, OB & Strategy, Imperial College Business School
Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE DL : Chairman, Cobra Beer Partnership

AIMA

Our Partner

The All India Management Association (AIMA) is the national apex body of the management profession in India. AIMA was created with the active support of the Government of India and Industry in 1957. Over the last six decades, AIMA has contributed immensely to the enhancement of management capability in the country.

IOD

Our Sponsor

Institute Of Directors (IOD) was established in India on 12 July 1990, as an apex association of Directors under the India’s Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, to improve their professional competence. It has since grown to associate with more than 30,000 senior executives from Govt, PSU and Private. Today It organises a number of international events each year in India and other select countries.

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