National Seminar on “Ethical Imperatives for Contemporary Business Organizations” in January 2012

NEW DELHI: I.T.S Institute of Management Greater Noida, a constituent of ITS-The Education Group is organizing a National Seminar on “Ethical Imperatives for Contemporary Business Organizations”  on January 20-21, 2012 at Seminar Hall, ITS Institute of Management, Greater Noida.

I.T.S Institute of Management has invited research articles and concept papers from academicians, research scholars and corporate professionals to participate in the Seminar.

The main purpose of organizing this seminar is to bring the luminaries from Industry and Academia under one roof to deliberate the ethical issues and challenges faced by business organizations in the contemporary business world.

The seminar attempts to demystify the gray areas under the scope of Business Ethics.

The main objectives of the Seminar are:
1. understanding and analyzing various dimensions of ethics and indispensability of ethics in business;
2. finding out major issues and challenges faced by the business organizations today in practicing business ethics; and
3. suggesting various ethical imperatives for business organizations ensuring their sustainability in competitive business environment.



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