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Northpoint Centre to organise a workshop on growth strategies

19-March-2004
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Northpoint Centre to organise a workshop on growth strategies

Northpoint Centre of Learning, Lintas, is organising a residential workshop on Implementing Growth Strategies. The workshop, to be held between May 6 and 8, 2004 will be conducted by Hrishi Bhattacharyya. Bhattacharyya, till recently, was Sr Vice President, Unilever Corporate Headquarters, Europe.

The workshop would be an open enrolment programme, designed for senior level executives who are responsible for, or who are about to take over the formulation and implementation of growth strategies. This would include Marketing Managers, Innovation Managers, Business Strategy Heads and Senior Finance, Logistics and HR Managers, working in cross-functional growth strategy teams. In the workshop, Bhattacharyya, with his background and experience, would uniquely combine conceptual learning with down-to-earth implementation issues. He would bring in a global perspective with insightful knowledge of Indian and Asian markets.

The workshop would identify three key drivers: the cycles that consumer priorities go through, the cycles associated with technology and, the life of business systems. Core takeaways from the workshop are expected to be a strong conceptual framework of how to think and plan a high growth platform and how to implement it by reacting and reengaging strategically.

It promises to be a blend of practice and theory and, a number of case studies are there on the agenda. Fee for the three-day workshop is Rs 45,000 per delegate, inclusive of residential programme, stay and material.

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