Apeejay School of Management (ASM) organizes ICMPR

Platform for Charting out Business Strategies for the Next Decade

Apeejay School of Management (ASM), India’s one of the premier B-Schools, today organized 2nd International Conference on Management Practices & Research with the theme – Business Strategies for the Next Decades, at its campus premises in New Delhi.
Apeejay School of Managment- International Conference on Management Practices & Research-Lamp lighting Ceremony
The conference, being interdisciplinary in nature, explored some of the underlying opportunities and challenges in Management Practice & Research such as Infrastructure Management, Technology, Knowledge Management, Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Relationship Management, Rural markets, Fair-play in Business and Case Studies etc.

The key speakers of the conference were Shri Bhartendra Singh Baswan, IAS (Retd.), Prof Inderjit Singh Mann, Eric Sprott School of Business, Carleton University, Canada, Shri Rajkumar Jha, Ogilvy Outreach Prof Dinesh Kumar, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Apeejay School of Managment- International Conference on Management Practices & Research
The conference provided a forum for dissemination of research findings, practices and techniques in Management among academicians and practitioners through publication of quality papers. The conference aimed at providing a platform to bring together academicians and practitioners with research interests in the field of finance and enable them to exchange ideas on the new developments in management practices and research.

The conference, organized for the second time by ASM, seeks to create a platform to share the practices of Management with special attention on research for Entrepreneurship, Infrastructure & Knowledge management within a context of multiculturalism and diversity. It also aimed at reflecting on the strategic issues of the next decade in view of fast changing scenario in businesses, public policy, environment, climate change, energy needs, demographic changes, public health, lifestyles and consumerism, socio-cultural milieu, world politics, international trade, regional trade blocks, etc. Paradigms of doing business and the management practices in the next decade are bound to change. Perhaps, it is imperative to start looking at the future now so that we are well prepared for next stream of transformation across the world. It would be interesting to see on how the practicing managers and academics visualize the scenario in the next decade and how they wish to prepare for the future.