‘Nepal Management Conclave 2017’ concludes «

‘Nepal Management Conclave 2017’ concludes

The first of its kind management conference ‘Nepal Management Conclave 2017’ concluded on Friday with a note that human centered leadership are required for proper management and only good managers can lead the country.
“Why the government is not able to spend budget in 486 headings is because we lack visionary managers or professionals in the public sector who can mobilize the resources,” said Vice Chairman of National Planning Commission Dr Swarnim Wagle inaugurating the conference.
Stating that the election has been completed and the country is in verge to end with long transitional phase, he said that it was now essential to set clear long-term goals like 10 years plan or 15 years plan to generate prosperity in the country.
With an aim to provide a platform for management professionals to discuss about management issues, new management processes, policies, and international trends and practices, Corporate Club Nepal has organized the first of its kind management conference Nepal Management Conclave 2017 in Kathmandu on Friday.
The programme was organized in association with Facts Research and Analytics with the theme ‘Making the way’. “With this conference, we want to provide the top-level management of the nation to give platform to discuss about the issues they are facing and we are happy to have overwhelming participants from both private and public entities,” said Mohan Ojha, Managing Director of Corporate Club Nepal, the organizer.
Likewise, Manish Jha, General Manager of Facts Research and Analytics, said that they believe that the conference has provided many takeaways to our delegates to enhance their management skills. Furthermore he believed that this conference certainly motivate them to be great leaders to reform the nation through management.
One of the keynote speakers Tejpreet Singh Chopra, Chairman and CEO of Bharat Light and Power, India, delivered his session about ‘Transition from corporate life to entrepreneur’. He said that leaders should take care about people, take the job nobody else takes and follow their own heart.
Likewise, another keynote speaker, So-Young Kang, Founder of Awaken Group from Singapore, said, “Human centric approaches, machine will take over human. But she emphasized on humanizing the office with technology. “Human priority is must for any successful ventures,” she said, focusing on human centered leadership and skills. 
There were three panel discussions about ‘Public sector versus private sector management’ where panelists have healthy discussion about challenges and opportunity on how both private and public sector can contribute for the development.