Convention 2016 brochure - M A D R A S MMVA‘ MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION:srn I 955 MADRAS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION PRESENTS MMA Annual Con Saturday 13th

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Unformatted text preview: M A D R A S MMVA‘ MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION _:srn. I 955 _ MADRAS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION PRESENTS MMA Annual Con Saturday, 13th February 2016 (9.30am «5 £513?th telTaJ Coromandel. Chennai / Context and Objectives of the Convention India is ready to dream again. By many measures, our economy is doing well relative to our peers. With GDP projected to grow at ~ 7.5% this fiscal, India leads the pack not only in performance but also in its resilience to the global environment. At a time when FDI into emerging markets has shown decline, it's never been higher in India. Financial reforms such as digital payments aspire to have every Indian banking within 10 years. Slowly but surely the third largest start-up ecosystem in the world is emerging, with nearly 3-4 ideas coming to life every day in 2015. Our castle of dreams however is rising on weak foundations. Infrastructure remains a massive bottleneck. Land acquisition challenges are crippling projects in major sectors threatening dreams such as ‘Make in India‘ and ‘building 30 kmlday of road infrastructure'. Nation-wide deficits in power Inaugural Session | 09.30 AM - 11.00 AM Special Session 1 l 11.30 AM - 01.00 PM A New Generation of Change Leaders generation continue with states struggling to lead rather than lag demand. Center-state coordination failures and factional politics point to a broader leadership crisis building up in the country. At stake is the future of 600 million Indians below the age of 25 years who are learning to take charge. They will steer the course of our nation over the next 50 years towards glory or doom, depending on how much of their full potential is realized. Castles, big or small, are built alike — brick by brick. Even as we 'wait for someone‘ to erect the grand Indian dream, perhaps it is for each one of us to decide which brickls) in our ecosystem we will be responsible for and lay ourselves. The MMA would like to celebrate 2016 as the year of taking charge of our dreams and leading the change. By 2020. India will become the world's youngest country with a working age population of over 600 million. This is over twice the current capacity of our public and private education and vocational training sectors. What will it take to fully develop India‘s human capital advantage? In this session prominent leaders in the space share what has worked, what hasn‘t and some implications for how each of us can help shape a new generation of leaders. Special Session 2 l 01.45 PM A 03.00 PM Leading with Ownership and Accountability What does it mean to 'own‘ a task and 'be accountable‘ for its outcome? Many of us have seen this in the private sector which forms the country's largest employer base. The environment here is much more complex, volatile, uncertain And unforgiving. In this session, we celebrate and learn from a few examples of ‘owning an idea‘, giving it a grand vision and being accountable for translating it to impact. Special Session 3 l 03.00 PM- 04.30 PM Leading Change in Our Ecosystems Each one of us lives in a city and is part of a certain microcosm of society. We are also hugely influenced by this environment we choose to surround ourselves with. Yet, every day we wake up to plaguing issues in our ecosystems that affect not only us but coming generations as well. Often, we find little time or opportunity to help resolve these. In this session, we demystify what it means to take charge of our ecosystems and discuss how each one of us can lay a brick towards a better society Valedictory Session | 04.30 PM - 05.45 PM Your Key Takeaways The MMA Annual Convention 2016 will equip the delegates with an appreciation of the following: 0 The future of 600 million Indians below the age of 25 years who are learning to take charge and will steer the course of our nation over the next 50 years towards glory or doom. How to utilize their potential fully? o What will it take to fully develop India's human capital advantage? 0 Prominent leaders will share what has Worked, what hasn't and some implications for how each of us can help shape a new generation of leaders. 0 What does it mean to 'own' a task and 'be accountable' for its outcome? Learn from a few examples of ‘owning an idea‘, giving it a grand vision and being accountable for translating it to impact. 0 What it means to take charge of our ecosystems and discuss how each one of us can lay a brick towards a better society 0 Can the entrepreneurs of today be the change agents and growth leaders of tomorrow? 0 Opportunity to interact with and participate in stimulating discussions with speakers from diverse backgrounds - industry, academics, government, sports, politics etc and listen to their experiences on various aspects of the theme. Who should attend? CEDs, Senior and Middle managers, academicians and individuals looking to hone their leadership skills and fast track their growth in a turbulent economic climate. Entrepreneurs looking to develop their pipeline of leadership talent and to develop leadership at all levels of the organization which can help translate their vision and strategies into execution and management students. Delegate Fee Category Corporate Members Individual Members, Academicians & Management Students Non-Members Fee Structure ? 4000 inclusive of Service Tax ? 2200 inclusive of Service Tax ? 4500 + 14.5% Service Tax ll/ate.‘ Delegate fee includes Convention delegate Irit, lit/rel), tea / coffee. A I Distinguished Speakers Mr Harish Manwani “ Chairman, Hindustan Unilever Ltd Proi Bala V Balachandran J L Kellogg Distinguished Professor, Northwestern University, USA Founder & Dean, GLIM, Chennai Mr anhir Kaka Managing Director McKinsey 8t Company India Mr Aronn Raman Managing Director, Raman Boards Ltd Mr Ehavish Aggarwal “ Co~Founder 81 CEO, Ola Cabs Mr N K Prasad President and Chief Executive Officer Computer Age Management Services (CAMS) " confirmation awaited Dr B Seetharaman Chief Executive Officer Doha Bank, Deter Mr Geet Sethi * 9 Times World Champion (Cue Sports) [Io-Founder, Olympic Gold Duest Swami Sukhahodhananda Founder Chairman, Prasanna Trust Mr Keshav Kantamneni Managing Director, Uniply Industries Ltd Ms Mridula Ramesh Executive Director Sundaram Textiles Ltd Mr K Srinivasan Managing Director Carborundurn Universal Ltd Mr R Dinesh Managing Director, TVS Logistics Services Ltd Mr S Illagarajan Managing Director, Mother Dairy Mr Vaidyanathan B Managing Director BASF Catalysts India Pvt Ltd Mr T Shivaraman Managing Director & CED Shriram EPC Ltd Mr R Srikanth Jt. Managing Director Brakes India Pvt Ltd Ms Kavitha D Chitturi Executive Director, The KCP Ltd Convention Sponsors & Partners PRINCIPAL SPONSORS - minim-II 'I'AFE ENGINEERING Homes that live In you TOMORROW CEO-SPONSORS A s N Em... ABFSHOWATECH Brakes India Private limited G RU N D FOS ' I DOHA B A N K India Pistons Ltd. IPL intellect” ( a a I A Paiaris Group Company M E m‘fi'fh SAINT-GOBAIN g SUNDARAM FINANCE GROUP g SUNDARAM BNP PARIBAS warm?“ Enduring values. New age thinking. _H 0 M E FINA N C E— * TATA S ‘ C TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES - . SANMAR W...“ W...” mm mm Web W, m MEDIA PARTNER ASSOCIATE SPONSORS . 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