Integrated Management for Business Sustainability in a VUCA World

The theme for this edition of Research Seminar was ‘Integrated Management for Business Sustainability in a VUCA World’ that had been conceptualised to create an inclusive platform with corporate veterans, academicians, entrepreneurs and students, which showed a direction in the role of an integrated management system to go for business sustainability in the VUCA business world.

An Integrated Management System (IMS) integrates all the systems and procedures of an organization into one full structure, allowing an organization to function as a single unit with consolidated goals.

In an environment, which is overwhelmingly influenced by VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity & Ambiguity), it becomes essential for organizations not only to navigate but also to manage their strategies to survive first and then grow. Organizations that view and exploit the opportunities and possibilities for change through IMS in the VUCA market conditions will not merely endure, but also successfully compete and grow in the face of the range of emerging adverse and hyper-competitive business conditions.

In today’s world, the organizational complexities are heightened by rapid change in the demographic profile, the dynamics of customers’ liking and disliking, rapid digitalization and innovation with a constraint of expeditious enculturation, verticalization of the organizations, rapid advancement in technology and disruption of the traditional financial status of the large organizations. Newer elements that were otherwise not contingent on the traditional management system are constantly disturbing the business acumen, thereby creating a big challenge before the organizational leadership strategies. Therefore, it becomes a challenge for the top leaders of organizations to explore newer ideas for sustainability and growth in the tumultuous situation. At this crucial juncture of business, the industry and academia cannot ignore the role of IMS in combating the VUCA world in various ways. The organizations can use the framework as customer-driven by tapping unfulfilled customer needs, innovation-driven by investing in research and development and competitor-driven, by closely pursuing competitive strategies.

Mr. Vishal Verma – Conciliation as a means of Industrial Disputes Resolution in West Bengal

Ms. Mitali Sengupta – Policies, practices and expenditure – A comparison of healthcare models and their impact in developing and developed economies

Ms. Nidhi Singh – A study on the factors affecting satisfaction among the customers through the avenues of online banking practices & customer relationship management in the banks

Dr. Malini Majumdar – A study on the factors affecting satisfaction among the customers through the avenues of online banking practices & customer relationship management in the banks

Dr. Sudipta Ghosh – Forecasting Foreign Tourist Arrival (FTA) in India for Sustainable Tourism: An Application of Box-Jenkins Methodology

Ms. Swati Banerji – A Proposed Model to Link Artificial Intelligence with Acaemic Mentorship

Dr. Dipa Mitra – A Proposed Model to Link Artificial Intelligence with Acaemic Mentorship

Mr. Kallol Dutt – Conciliation as a means of Industrial Disputes Resolution in West Bengal

Ms. Sayoni Halder – Capacity Building and Corporate Social Responsibility- A Need for Corporate Sustainability

Ms. Bidisha Saha – Capacity Building and Corporate Social Responsibility – A Need for Corporate Sustainability

Mr. Supratim Chowdhury – I.D.M. Approach to Augment Human Consciousness for Sustainability of Business in the VUCA World

Ms. Ishani Chakraborty – Spiritual Leadership and Workplace Outcomes: A Study of Indian Banking Sector

Dr. Saboohi Nasim – Spiritual Leadership and Workplace Outcomes: A Study of Indian Banking Sector

Prof. Sujoy Kumar Dhar – Impact of corporate Governance practices on Financial performance with specific emphasis on selected public sector undertaking banks in India

Ms. Indrani Sur – The importance of imparting human values and ethics in management education

Dr. Partha Lodh – A Conceptual Framework of Quality of Work Life in Healthcare Sector: A Literature Review

Dr. Bobby Basu – Strategies to improve Supply Chains to address the VUCA World – A Narrative

Mr. Dhrubajyoti Majumdar – HR – Overcoming criticism and realizing the True People Leader within us

Dr. Rana Bandyopadhyay – The emerging dimensions of Remote Working in India: Paradigm shift for HR Managers

Prof. Titly Dhar – Digital Detoxification – A Qualitative Study

Dr. Soma Bose Biswas – Digital Detoxification – A Qualitative Study

Mr. Anup Kumar Biswas – Digital Detoxification – A Qualitative Study

Dr. Sweta Rani – Comprehensive Study of Engine Industry in India – Validating Structure Conduct Performance Framework

Dr. Somarata Guha Chakraborty – Comprehensive Study of Engine Industry in India – Validating Structure Conduct Performance Framework

Ms. Sunam Limbu – Comprehensive Study of Engine Industry in India – Validating Structure Conduct Performance Framework

Ms. Soumita Sutradhar – A literature review on Cause-Related Marketing

Mr. Shubhankar Chakraborty – A literature review on Cause-Related Marketing

Dr. Shuvendu Dey – A Study on Social Media Marketing in India

Ms. Debotri Das – Charity begins at Home

Ms. Aparajita Sanyal – A Study on the Role SHGs in Micro Enterprise Development of Rural Women Entrepreneurship Expansion in India

Mr. Agnisankar Chakraborty – On the Effect of Variable Pay in Technical Sector

Ms. Alka Rani – Banking Sector in India: Overview of Policy Change and Market Capitalisation

Mr. Shekhar Singh – Banking Sector in India: Overview of Policy Change and Market Capitalisation

Mr. Hrishi Raj Banik – Banking Sector in India: Overview of Policy Change and Market Capitalisation

Ms. Ruhina Islam – Banking Sector in India: Overview of Policy Change and Market Capitalisation

Mr. Quamar Azam – Banking Sector in India: Overview of Policy Change and Market Capitalisation

Mr. Arnab Halder – Downfall of Four Wheeler Car Automobile Industry

Mr. Rajdeep Saha – Downfall of Four Wheeler Car Automobile Industry

Mr. Subham Gorai – Downfall of Four Wheeler Car Automobile Industry

Mr. Suparna Chanda – Downfall of Four Wheeler Car Automobile Industry

Mr. Arnab Kumar Dey – The Age of Cryptocurrencies: The Past or The Future?

Ms. Bipasha Chowdhury – Menstrual Hygiene Management among Rural Women in Bengal

Mr. Arindam Saha – Menstrual Hygiene Management among Rural Women in Bengal

Ms. Satarupa Das – Menstrual Hygiene Management among Rural Women in Bengal

Ms. Kakan saha – Menstrual Hygiene Management among Rural Women in Bengal

Mr. Sudip Roy – Menstrual Hygiene Management among Rural Women in Bengal

Ms. Sayani Dey – Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment: A Review of Literature

Ms. Sayani Chakraborty – Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment: A Review of Literature

Ms. Sholanki Ganguly – Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment: A Review of Literature

Mr. Soumya Roy – Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment: A Review of Literature

Mr. Jyotisko Ray Barman – Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment: A Review of Literature

Ms. Swetha Ghosh – Role of Education for Sustainable Development

Ms. Susmita Kundu – Role of Education for Sustainable Development

Mr. Soumyarup Banerjee – Role of Education for Sustainable Development

Mr. Akash Sarkar – Role of Emotional Intelligence in Managing Anxiety and Enhancing Job Satisfaction at Workplace

Ms. Sharanya Roy – Role of Emotional Intelligence in Managing Anxiety and Enhancing Job Satisfaction at Workplace

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