The Management Committee of SCMHRD completed the first phase of one of the biggest Management Conclave in the country - “ Yashasvi”.
Yashasvi, as the name suggests, imbibes the spirit that one can triumph, not just despite but often through all odds. The three exhilarating days encompass a series of Leadership Talks and Panel Discussions wherein we see participation from C-Suite Level leaders having these discussions with the students to imbibe their knowledge and experience to the students for their experiential learning.
The Theme for Yashasvi 2023 was “Avant Garde: Techceleration in the Business Era”, which focussed on the rapid technological advancements businesses need to keep up with to sustain themselves. To meet the needs of a rapidly evolving marketplace, businesses should adopt new tools and technologies that are likely to construct a robust and adaptable organisation.
There were various topics of discussion ranging from “Driving Consumer Engagement in the Digital Era”, “Fintech: Advancements in Financial Services”, “Evolution in Digital Landscape”, “Empowering the next billion users of Fintech” to “How is Technology Changing Leadership?”
The event was graced by the presence of eminent personalities from different industries, few prominent business leaders, included Mr Praveen Iyer, CCO, Akasa Air, Mr Vivek Seshadri, Director, Hitachi Payment Services Pvt. Ltd., Mr Arnendu Bose, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy & Consulting, Ms Coneenika Choudhuri, Chief of Staff, Progcap, Mr Sandeep Dutta, CPO, Fractal Analytics, Mr Rajeev Prakash, VP, Swiss Re, among many others.
The event's highlight was the Panel Discussion on the topic “G20 summit and its Impact on India's business and economy” during the closing ceremony of Yashasvi 2023. The stage for the Panel Discussion was shared by Mr Sanjay Khare, Vice President - Sustainability, Volkswagen India, Ms Rakhi Aswal, CFO, Saxo Group India, Mr Sandeep Deshpande, CFO, Jyoti International Foods Pvt. Ltd, and Mr Madhavankutty G, Vice President & Group Chief Economist, Mannapuram Finance Limited. The discussion touched upon different tangents of the G20 initiative, from its resolve to desist from competitive devaluation, which leads to volatility and chaotic exchange rate movements, and how currency depreciation is adverse to the growth of Indian exports to aligning the G20 development plan with the 2030 Agenda and contemplate joint action.