Automobile engineers and businesses need to move forward fast as new technology challenges and novel business models demand innovative solutions, according to Charles-Etienne Verdier, Chairman and Managing Director, Renault Nissan Technology and Business Centre India. With over 60 million automobiles on the roads, the industry, which has reached a level of maturity, is now facing critical challenges. The industry will have to invest in new businesses.
Trade, industry and societal progress are often determined by the human quest for improvement and pursuit of excellence. The experience and expertise of the senior management is of immense value in this pursuit towards excellence.
The Tamil Nadu government will look at a new legislative framework for maternity benefits after the Centre passes the Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill in the winter session of the Lok Sabha, said state minister for school education, sports and youth welfare K Pandiarajan on Friday.
“See politics as a dignified profession,” School Education Minister K. Pandiarajan told students of the Loyola Institute of Business Administration here on Friday.At the valedictory of the day-long annual business ethics conference on ‘Leadership and ethics for the emerging future’, he said there were many MBAs in his party and those aspiring to become politicians could continue to wear suits and head the IT wing.
Sending out a strong message to MBA students, management guru and academic Mrityunjaya Athreya has said that ethics should not be compromised on, whether in the corporate world or elsewhere.
The Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), Chennai has released an admission notification inviting candidates to apply for its Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme. The last date for receiving application form along with application fee is January 28, 2017.