NATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE(NamCon)

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Prof Biswajeet Pattanayak, President, ASBM UNIVERSITY with Mr. C Parthasarathy, Chairman, Karvy Group. Also present are Mr. Rajiv Singh, CEO, Karvy Stockbroking and Dr. Phalgu Niranjana, Pro VC, ASB
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Prof Biswajeet Pattanayak with Mr. Srinivas Vedumula, Director, BFIL and Mr Murli, Head HR BFIL
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ASBM organized 9th National Management Symposium- HR
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ASBM NEW BATCH 2019 INAUGURATED
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15th Foundation Day celebration
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Paper Submission Guidelines

  1. The Cover Page Of The Paper Should Contain The Title, Authors' Name And Affiliation, Address And Email Id.
  2. The Length Of The Paper Should Not Exceed 5000 Words Excluding Title Page And Reference.
  3. It Must Be Accompanied By An Abstract/ Summary (In About 200 Words) And 4-5 Keywords.
  4. It Should Be Typed In Times New Roman Style, With Font Size 12,1.5 Line Space And 0.75 Inch Margin On All Sides.

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Business is not always smooth sailing. It faces uncertainty and inclement weather as it goes through ups and downs. The twenty first century has no doubt brought in more opportunities, but also more complexities simultaneously. Business has become multifaceted, and at the same time it has to face much more rough weather. Not all organisations can sustain in such a situation. Some quit or die, some sustain and exist; only a very few not only sail through, but also grow, despite bad weather. The organisations today face the challenge of not only withstanding exposure to the vicissitudes of a complex business environment, but also of growing despite all the problems.

This calls for building a strong, stable and resilient organisation that can survive the challenges posed by business cycles, technological expansion, political upheavals, demographic dilemma and other multidimensional problems. It also calls for taking a holistic view of the emerging opportunities, and threats as well, to pave the way for organisational agility and sustainability. Ultimately, a culture has to be built that can sustain the organisation thorough good times and bad. Thus the traditional concept of ‘challenge’ itself has to be challenged to build a ‘weatherproof’ organisation that can thrive and develop in all seasons. This national convention will provide a platform to academicians, research scholars, industry practitioners and students for multi-layered discussion from different dimensions – Human Resource, Marketing, Finance, Logistics & Supply Chain – that can ultimately make business weatherproof.

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

Confluence The Alumni Meet 2019
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9th National Management Symposium-MarkLogistics
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