Showing posts with label corporate arrogance. Show all posts
Showing posts with label corporate arrogance. Show all posts

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Second Anniversary of ezine - Roundtable on Corporate Governance - Gist of discussions

Prime Point Foundation and PR-e-Sense organised a Roundtable discussion on "360 degree Corporate Governance" at Chennai to mark the second anniversary of the ezine. The programme was held on Saturday the 1st March 2008 at Hotel Palmgrove.

Mr N Vittal (Former Cental Vigilance Commissioner of India), Mr T S Krishna Murthy (Former Chief Election Commissioner of India), Dr U Srinivasa Raghavan (Former Chairman of Indian Postal Services Board), Mr Yogesh Joshi (President, Association of Business Communicators of India (ABCI), Mumbai) were the expert panelists. Ranging from management students to Senior level CEOs participated in the discussions and shared their views.

Mr Kiruba Shankar, a well known Indian bloger and podcaster was moderating the discussions in an interesting manner.
Second Anniversary issue of the ezine PR-e-Sense was released by Mr N Vittal and Mr T S Krishna Murthy. This issue carries the exclusive interviews of Dr Abdul Kalam and Dr Y S Rajan, duo of India Vision 2020 document.

Narrendiran, Sakthi, Selvakumar, Veena, Shvetha and Satish who are associated with the ezine almost from the beginning were honoured with mementoes.

Please see the snap shots of the event. The gist of the discussions are given below the pictures.

The gist of the discussions are :
1. Corporate Governance

a. Business is a win-win exercise and corporate governance is a measure to ensure transparency in operations
b. Corporate good behavior
c. Corporate legal citizen and should discharge their duties as law abiding citizen
d. Vision and the active involvement of the Board
e. Doing business ethically driven by innovation, for profits and to increase shareholder wealth.
f. Ethical - do actions based on the following questions, is it legal? is it fair? and will the action cause embarrassment?

2. Corporate Arrogance

a. Greed is a root cause of arrogance
b. Insensible communications
c. Not knowing or understanding the needs of the society

3. Corporate Indifference

a. Knowing the needs of the society and not doing anything about it

4. Corporate Social Responsibility

a. What comes from society should go back to the society
b. Knowing the needs of the society and doing something about it

5. Leadership

a. Executing, communicating and motivating the organization on corporate governance and corporate social responsibility

(Main sponsor for this Roundtable - Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited
Co-sponsors : Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited and Corporate Clinic)

Sunday, December 2, 2007

Nov 2007 - Corporate arrogance and human insensitivity

November 2007 issue of PR-e-Sense focusses on "Corporate arrogance and human insensitivity". This edition carries exclusive interviews from:
  • Mr T S Krishna Murthy, Former Chief Election Commissioner of India (also the Guest Editor of this edition);
  • Mr Ravi Poddar, Chairman, National SME Forum, Confederation of Indian Industry and Chairman, Ravi Auto Group of companies, Kolkata
  • Mr K S Viswanathan, Chief Executive - India Geography, Wipro Infotech, Bangalore
  • Mr S Rajaratnam, Tax Consultant and a popular columnist
Download the ezine ( 224 k in pdf format) - Right click and save to your desktop

Please listen to the podcast interview of Mr T S Krishna Murthy, Guest Editor - Click to play - 10 minutes

Download the podcast in mp3 format ( 9.4 mb)

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