Friday, November 20, 2009
Sri Joydip drives towards Business Transformation by entrepreneurship growth, based on Indian Ancient Values and Knowledge
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Sri Joydip Initiated to expand a new form of Management thought process based on Indian Values and Culture.
Kolkata, November 17, 2009: The Kolkata based spiritual entrepreneur, Sri Joydip and his organization Allindialive, which has come out with Sri Joydip Ashram (SJA), a global not-for-profit organization, focused on promoting Indian ancient values and culture, in management thought process , will organize its annual thought leader summit, on the “Mind of Kautilya” – on Chanakya Kautilya , who is the world first management GURU and the greatest management thinker ever borned on November 20th 2009, in Kolkata followed by the ‘Kautilya Awards’, for innovative Management Thinking .
A number of delegates across the world including management thinkers, budding entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial organizations, students, angel investors, academic thought leaders and senior government representatives would converge in online platform Wiziq to promote Indian ancient values and culture in management thought process and celebrate and remember Chankya and his contribution to making Arthasastra popular around the world , during Thought leader Summit 2009. The theme of TLS 2009 is ‘The Mind of Kautilya’.
For details check http://srijoydipashram.allindialive.org
‘Allindialive is constantly promoting Business Transformation by entrepreneurship growth, based on Indian Ancient Values and Knowledge , in the East, and this year we are facilitating Indian School of Business Transformation, a newly formed online Business School in Kolkata, set up by a group of companies known as Business Transformation Consortium, which has members from Media , Academia , Industry and some of organization, in the Information and Communication Technology domain.
For details check http://btconsortium.allindialive.org/ and
We have a pressing need to provide a management thinking process for our institution and organization, that is rooted in our Indian ancient values and culture . Indian School of Business Transformation is an initiative on that regard,” said Sri Joydip , Management Guru & Chairman , Indian School of Business Transformation.
For details check http://isbtbschool.allindialive.org
ISB&T had initiated a Business Transformation Conference, through its knowledge partners of Business Transformation Consortium, and had received a good response from thought leaders and delegates around the world. Three BTCON has been conducted till now on “Business Tranformation is the Future” , “Business Transformation Outsourcing” and “Security Transformation”. The next BTCON will be on “ Transformation leadership “ in 1st Decembor, 2009.
“BTCON is one of the biggest initiative in the world to scout for winning BT ideas and Business Transformation talent” said Sri Joydip , Management Guru & Chairman , Indian School of Business Transformation.
For details check http://btcon.allindialive.org
Kautilya Awards 2009: In order to create role models and to recognize great management thinkers , Sri Joydip Ashram had instituted Kautilya Awards. Each year Sri Joydip Ashram, will evaluates thought leaders in various categories and honour them with Kautilya Awards. .
ABOUT The Allindialive (AIL):
Allindialive (AIL) is focused towards Business Transformation by entrepreneurship growth, based on Indian Ancient Values and Knowledge . The objective is to help budding entrepreneurs who are rooted to Indian Ancient Values and Culture, through mentoring, networking and education and create an atmosphere for fostering the spirit of innovative enterprise especially among the young who are rooted on the values ,culture and spiritual tradition of this country.
For details check – http://www.allindialive.org
Allidialive in intensely focused in Business transformation and its Business Transformation blog, has got the award of " Blogger of the day " and at the same time got nominated for " Best Business Blog " in the Bloggers Choice Award 2009.