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Others Vijay Govindrajan addresses Business Today Knowledge Management Forum

Vijay Govindrajan addresses Business Today Knowledge Management Forum

Author | exchange4media News Service | Wednesday, Jan 25,2006 9:47 AM

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Vijay Govindrajan addresses Business Today Knowledge Management Forum

When global management guru on strategic innovation Dr Vijay Govindarajan speaks, corporate honchos to management students listen in rapt attention. The Business Today Knowledge Management Forum featuring Govindarajan was no different. Govindrajan spoke on Innovative Strategies: Idea to Execution.

The Business Today Knowledge Management Forum aims at offering a common ground to business leaders and managers of India Inc to listen as well as discuss, debate and deliberate with visionary leaders, management gurus and business titans, addressing the opportunities, strategies and tactics required to face the challenges of today’s business landscape.

This edition of the Business Today Knowledge Management Forum is being organised in association with Apollo Tyres and is being held across Delhi and Mumbai. Some of the past speakers at the Knowledge Management forum include Dr Jagdish Seth, Elizabeth Coffey, Jack Trout and Dr. Kenichi Ohmae.

“The format of the Business Today Knowledge Management Forum emphasises interactivity, debate, and dialogue. Our goal is to define issues, provide commentary by experts, and set the agenda for evolving best practices,” said Pavan Varshnei, Publishing Director, Business Today.

Govindarajan, known as VG, is the Earl C. Daum 1924 Professor of International Business at the Tuck School and founding director of Tuck's Center for Global Leadership. He is also the faculty co-director for Global Leadership 2020, Tuck's executive education programme that focuses on global management and is taught on three continents. VG's area of expertise is strategy, with particular emphasis on strategic innovation, industry transformation, and global strategy and organisation.

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