Experts from across the globe will brainstorm on reorganising organisations for responsible management and entrepreneurs for three days starting today.
"The second international conference on management will see some 102 papers from representatives of 35 countries in 16 technical sessions on March 10-12," said founding chairman of Nepalese Academy of Management (NAM) — the organiser of the event — Prof Dr Devraj Adhikari, here today.
Organised by NAM in cooperation with Presidential Business School and various business and financial institutions, and educational institutions on the theme 'Reshaping Organisations to Develop Responsible Global Leadership', the conference will also have presentations by a dozen international experts in the plenary, he said, adding that globally recognised experts will give keynote speeches during the sessions.
The second edition of the two-year international conference will also exchange the latest developments in management, its implications and share their experiences. "The conference will also analyse challenges and opportunities on management and leadership development at the regional and international levels," Adhikari added.
"The conference could also be instrumental in helping domestic managerial problems," said finance minister Barshaman Pun, while inaugurating the conference.
The first NAM international conference was held in Kathmandu in 2011.