Tag Archive: conference

Oct
27

Addressing the Emerging Trends in Service Operations

FIIB operational excellence conclave

When sustainability is the only panacea for the existence of a business, we believe one can create a massive change. To further understand the importance of sustainability for a business, In 2013 FIIB started a campaign with a strong belief that OPERATIONS is the core of all business organizations. Every year OPEX Conclave accentuates the …

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Nov
25

Attending an HR Conference in FICCI, New Delhi

“A student is an unfinished product!” and it the right education and training that can help a student reach perfection. I recently attended an HR conference at FICCI, New Delhi along with our faculty members and other students. Apart from interacting with the top leaders of the industry and HR professionals we learnt a great …

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Aug
23

“THE SHIFT SERIES” – an inspiring conference for me

Live wire is a private organization. The main objective of the company is to provide a host of teaching and learning solutions that includes rich media digital learning materials such as video tutorials and assignments to help students comprehend and internalized abstract learning concepts. Live wire aspires to provide one stop solutions for educational requirements …

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Aug
19

Attending an impressive Shift Conference

I would like to share my thoughts about 4 speakers who really impressed me in the Shift Series Conference I attended recently aong with fellow FIIB-ians at Habitat Center- Sunil Kant Munjal (JMD of Hero Moto Corp) He spoke about the connection between his family value system and that embedded within his company. He had …

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Feb
19

FIIB finds solution to “Branding Challenges”

FIIB finds solution to “Branding Challenges” “If you don’t see yourself as a winner, then you cannot perform as a winner.” – Zig Ziglar The route map to the exciting exploration into the fascinating world of Marketing starts here at FIIB. Branding was first used to differentiate one person’s cattle from another’s by means of …

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