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'Eye of the Storm - Growing Globally in an Age of Disruptions' in Mumbai

Apr '07
Chief executives and top management of corporate India will meet in Mumbai next week to discuss the leadership challenges of keeping global businesses steadily growing amid security, human capital, and financial market risks.

The Conference Board 2007 Global Leadership Conference: Eye of the Storm—Growing Globally in an Age of Disruptions will take place April 19-20 at the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Mumbai.

A CEO Panel Session, “Growing Globally in an Age of Disruption,” will feature Nandan Nilekani, Chief Executive Officer, Infosys Technologies; G. V. Prasad, Vice Chairman & CEO, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories; Lim Chee Onn, Executive Chairman, Keppel Corporation; and Samuel C. Scott, CEO & Chairman, Corn Products International.

“Financing Growth: Leveraging the Capital Markets” will be discussed by Rajnikant Patel, Managing Director, Bombay Stock Exchange, and Sumant Sinha, CEO-Designate, Aditya Birla Retail. Sanjay Nayar, Chief Executive Officer, Citigroup India, will serve as chair.

“Cross-Cultural Workforce Engagement: Deploying Human Capital” will be addressed by David Tessman-Keys, Global Vice President, Development Dimensions International; and Rajeev Dubey, Director-HR and Member of the Management Board, Mahindra & Mahindra.

“Enterprise Risk Management: Strategic and Operational Compliance” will feature Jasbir Gill, Founder & CEO, Varsa Systems, and GM, SAP Governance and Risk Center.

Sponsors of this conference are Development Dimensions International, ESE, Citigroup, and SAP.

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