Business Ethics & Corporate Governance hosted at JSBPosts by JSB
A recent seminar hosted by Jaipuria School of Business, a leading institution for business education in India, has gained immense international attention. The event focused on teaching ‘Ethical standards and Corporate Governance’ within organizations looking to integrate these aspects into their core values.
The proximity between the Indian economy and those abroad have created better scope to inculcate Corporate Governance in all functions and operations.
Jaipuria School of Business, as a meticulous Management Institution, took the opportunity to create awareness about ethics & corporate governance among students and related stakeholders.
The seminar was conducted to build a platform for corporate leaders and academicians to come together & share their vision and knowledge on the subject.
The seminar witnessed two sets of panellists talking about:
- Building an Ethical Culture for Sustainability
- Redefining Business through Governance & Compliance, respectively.
The event had corporate executives, members from Management Associations, and JSB Management Institutions(Faculty & Students).
In his introductory address Dr Jitendra Kumar, Director JSB, recognized that success could not be measured or limited to competence building. Sustained growth is dependent on factors like strong ethics & governance standards.
“With a transformative tide, the corporate world must focus on building higher standards and sensitiveness towards the challenges of society & ecosystem. We are more concerned about collective existence & sustained growth as success is not measured in monetary terms or other profits,” added Dr Jitendra Kumar, Director JSB.
Mr Rajiv Maheshwari, CEO, Anand & Anand, congratulated JSB to choose a delicate topic of Business Ethics and Corporate Governance in the light of sustainability. He believes that ethics directly impacts business analogous & other vital aspects such as growth hacking & digital transformation.
“Individual perspectives impact and influence ethics in an organization. Morals and values differ from person to person; therefore, a holistic approach should be embedded into the functioning of a business. Financial metrics alone do not define the success of a business. The corporate world does not have standardized or globally accepted norms for ethics; thus, a uniform framework is the need of the hour,” added Mr Maheshwari.
The seminar had participation from other speakers, which included two panels;
Panel 1 constituted of:
Mr Vinod Arora, Vice President- Business Service, Wells Fargo
Mr Barttanu Das, Head- Human Resources, Larsen & Turbo
Ms Nita Kapoor, CEO, ISWAI
Ms Rachita Laddha, Group CEO, Prakash Laddha Group
Panel 2 constituted of the following speakers:
Mr Ambrish Ranjan, Head Compliance and Corporate Affairs, Resort DBA
Ms Annu Singh, Deputy Director, GCF, PepsiCo
Mr Manish Pandey, VP, Motilal Oswal Home Loans
Mr Prabhat Aggrawal, Director of Compliance, Publicis Sapient.
Jaipuria School of Business is one of the leading B-schools in Delhi-NCR. The institute offers PG programs & courses with specializations in Marketing, Human resources, Finance, Operations and Supply Chain, Business Analytics, and International Business. It provides the best opportunities for dual specialization courses.