A Chartered Accountant with 23 years of post-qualification experience. Currently working as Group Chief Financial Officer with one of world’s largest gloves manufacturers and handling various roles in Finance, Procurement and Commercial in South East Asia. Had worked extensively in India, South Africa, Malaysia and in Singapore for a brief stint in one of the major Retail Groups in the listing procedure( IPO) in SGX for the Emerging Economies. He had recently been awarded as the Best Medical Equipment Manufacturing CFO ( South East Asia ) by the AI magazine of United Kingdom. Few years back he had also received award for implementation of best Shared Service in India. He is also an alumni of the prestigious Indian Institute of Ahmedabad India and his major strengths are on Shared Services, Business Finance, Procurement, Treasury & Banking.
Strategy and culture are among the primary levers at top leaders’ disposal in their never-ending quest to maintain organizational viability and effectiveness. The approach provides clarity and focuses on collective action and decision making. It relies on plans and sets of choices to mobilize people and enforced by both concrete rewards for achieving goals and consequences for failing to do so. In this session, we suggest that culture can be managed to maximize its value through commonly used social and behavioral models.