Event: Creating an Organizational Architecture for Business Leadership

 
  • When: Thursday, 22nd of August, 2013, from 8:30 am to 11:00 am
  • Location: Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon
  • Price: By invitation only
  • Who should attend: This roundtable is designed for Business Heads, HR Heads & Senior HR Professionals from across industries. This Roundtable is by invite only.
 

The event is a discussion among 25 HR and Business Leaders who will aim at defining the right architecture for leaders to efficiently translate vision into execution. Further it will detail the key elements to ensure business leader preparedness as well as possible road blocks in getting the right result.

The discussions will span across transcending the managerial mindset and creating the conditions for successful execution. Creating a systematic approach for organizational effectiveness will include creation of an inclusive culture. The discussion will enable sharing of best practices on how to make managers more effective and ultimately how that translates into organizational effectiveness. In addition, the session will focus on how an organization can set itself up for successful execution by putting together steps and processes to build the conditions for successful execution.

Speakers


Vinay Kumar

Vinay Kumar

Director - Client Engagement, C2C
Ester Martinez

Ester Martinez

CEO & Editor-in-Chief, People Matters Media

Agenda

What organizational structures are the most effective?
This roundtable session will be aimed at sharing thoughts and opinions on practices for transcending the managerial mindset and creating the conditions for successful execution. The participants will also discuss ways to create a systematic approach to organizational effectiveness.

Venue

Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon

Leela Kempinski, Ambience Island, National Highway 8, Gurgaon, HR 122002

For more information contact…

Akanksha Mishra
akanksha.mishra@peoplematters.in
9899713450
+91 (0) 124 4148 101/02

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