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KMA to Observe Management Week

The Kerala Management Association (KMA) will observe February 21 to 28 as ‘Management Week’ and various programmes will be held to mark the week.

Published: 19th February 2014 08:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th February 2014 08:39 AM   |  A+A-

The Kerala Management Association (KMA) will observe February 21 to 28 as ‘Management Week’ and various programmes will be held to mark the week.

Talks will be held during the ‘Management Week’ on issues that affect the management fraternity, both in the Kerala and globally.

The theme for this year’s celebrations has been chosen as ‘Responsible Management’, emphasising on the need for greater societal responsibility among professional managers.The KMA will organise two commemorative lectures -- 2nd KT Chandy Memorial Lecture, to be held at Center Hotel, Panampilly Nagar, on February 21, and 4th MKK Nayar Memorial Lecture, to be held at Gateway Hotel on February 28.  B Muthuraman, vice-chairman, Tata Steel Ltd, will be the chief guest at the inaugural function.

The KT Chandy Memorial Lecture will be delivered by M K Sharma, chairman, Thomas Cook Ltd, and former vice chairman, Hindustan Unilever Ltd, on the theme ‘Corporate Governance’. R Gopalakrishnan, director, Tata Sons Ltd, will deliver the

MKK Nayar Memorial Lecture on the theme ‘Corruption: Its history and future’. This will be followed by the release of book ‘Comma in a Sentence’, authored by R Gopalakrishnan.

The finals of the Young Managers’ Contest will be held on February 25. About 31 teams from various corporates of Kerala have presented papers in this competition.

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