Management Development Programme
CSR: Non Financial Reporting Aspect, How Useful?
14th September, 2012
New Delhi (Non-Residential)
Programme Director : Dr. Veena Tewari Nandi
Programme Coordinator : Dr. Poonam Kumar
Introduction about the Programme:
India is fast emerging as a growth engine and the Indian businesses are now facing new challenges:
These new-age challenges are different from the conventional ones active so far viz. Challenge of growing profits, revenues and markets in the face of increasing competition, etc. The new challenges centre on securing a ‘social license to operate’, ensuring long term sustenance, generating a long term value and creating a win-win between business, society and the environment. In the midst of these transformational challenges, it is imperative for the business to perform not only financially but also to be good corporate citizens. Following the path of holistic growth and creating sustainable values is the only route that leads to embracing transformation, combating challenges and achieving growth. But.... is walking on the sustainability path alone is enough?
Sustainability measurement and reporting
is a term that denotes the measurements used as the quantitative basis for the informed management of sustainability
The metrics used for the measurement of sustainability (involving the sustainability of environmental, social and economic domains, both individually and in various combinations) are still evolving: they include indicators
, benchmarks, audits, indexes and accounting, as well as assessment, appraisal and other reporting systems. They are applied over a wide range of spatial and temporal scales.
The program will highlight these dimensions of CSR: NFR.
- Sustainability measurement
- Why companies and other organizations publish sustainability reports
- What is sustainability reporting or non-financial reporting?
- Why is it important?
- How sustainable reporting is to be done- reporting framework
- The drivers and levers behind NFR
- Panel Discussions from the experts who are doing it
- Lectures for how to do it
All top and middle level HR and CSR professionals from PSUs. NGOs and Corporates.
Dr. Veena Tewari Nandi
Presently working as a faculty member and the head of Centre for Corporate Citizenship in the Asia Pacific Institute of Management, she has a mixed experience of more than a decade in teaching, research and consultancy. This includes working on the projects and trainings in Parle, Coke, Neptune India Ltd, Speedway food & Beverages etc and having a short stint with IIM, Ahmedabad. She has been on the teaching assignment in East Europe and North East Africa. She has been an extensive traveler and has been to various countries by virtue of the consultancy and research projects. She has given keynote speeches and presented papers and have publications in various HR, Tourism, Marketing and Innovation conferences in India and abroad.
She is a life member of CEEMAN (International Management Development Association) IEDRC (International Economics Development Centre), International Institute of marketing Professionals, IAENG, editor in chief for IJKRM, reviewer for International journal of Management, Innovation & Technology, IJITBM International Journal of information technology & Business management, International journal of computer research and application, IJCAR, JMS, Journal of consumerism, Society, Anne Mary Publications, David Publishing House.
Dr. Poonam Kumar
Dr. Poonam is Trainer and Researcher, with extensive experience in corporate research and teaching in Marketing and Information and communication .She have a rich and mix experience of working under different University systems like, Guru Goblind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi; Jaipuria under UP Technical University, Amity University, Noida, U.P, and her industry experience relates to Duns and Bradstreet (Information Technology-marketing).
She has extensively presented and published number of papers in various national and international conferences as well as reputed journals. Her credit are on over dozen of International research Papers in esteemed journal from inderscience Publishing, IGI global and many others. She has been extensively involved in consulting research scholars and corporate in various research Project, been awarded as employee excellence award in D&N Software Company for her best contribution in client handling and as a project leader. She is a permanent member if ISHREA and IACST. Presently she is guiding two PhD research scholars as external guide from Aligarh Muslim University.
Venue & DURATION:
The MDP will be held at Asia-Pacific Institute of Management situated on Delhi–Mathura Road, near Apollo Hospital, Jasola, Opp. Sarita Vihar, New Delhi on non-residential basis for one full day.
Programme FEE: (Residential / Non residential): Rs. 7,500 /- PER PARTICIPANT
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About Asia-Pacific Institute of MANAGEMENT:
Established in 1996, Asia-Pacific Institute of Management ranks among the top Business schools in the Delhi region. Perceiving the tough challenges faced in the fast integrating global economy, the Institute strives to groom market leaders in different areas of management. With highly experienced faculty and world class infrastructure comparable to the best MBA colleges in India, Asia-Pacific aims to create a stimulated learning atmosphere conducive for overall development of its students. The Institute offers the best management courses to help realize managerial potential of each student. A robust interface with Industry is ensured through guest lectures, industry visits and industry training opportunities. A symbiotic relationship is encouraged between the industry and the academia through a mutual exchange of practical and theoretical aspects of management knowledge
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