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Webinar On “Organizational Behavior: Issues & Challenges”

Webinar On “Organizational Behavior: Issues & Challenges”

In the photo Resource persons Prof. Papori Baruah & Dr. Amit Kr. Singh along with the panelists of the webinar

Baridua, 9th Mile, Meghalaya, 2nd July 2021: Although the problems with organizations and the solutions over the ages have not changed, the emphasis and surrounding environmental context certainly have changed. Unless employees and executives are equipped to possess the required skills to adapt to those changes, the targeted goals cannot be achieved in time. Keeping that in mind, the Department of Business Administration, University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya in association with IQAC, has conducted a webinar on 2nd of July, 2021 on the topic ‘Organizational Behaviour: Issues & Challenges’

The webinar was graced by Prof. G. D. Sharma, honorable Vice chancellor USTM; Prof. RK Sharma, Adviser USTM; Dr. Amit Choudhury, Dean School of Business Sciences; resource persons Prof. Papori Baruah, Dean, School of Management, Tezpur University, Dr. Amit Kumar Singh, Head, Department of Management, Mizoram University and near about 300 participants from various fields.

Prof. Papori Baruah has shared her knowledge regarding today’s topic saying that how important it is to have very good organizational behaviour for achieving better performance. She has also explained about few main challenges and opportunities of organizational behavior like- Improving Peoples’ Skills, Improving Quality and Productivity, Total Quality Management (TQM), Managing Workforce Diversity, Responding to Globalization, Empowering People, Coping with Temporariness etc.

Next resource person Dr Amit Kr. Singh has also shared his knowledge regarding today’s topic saying that as technological changes, structural changes, environmental changes are accelerated at a faster rate in the business field these days, hence unless employees and executives are equipped to possess the required skills to adapt to those changes, the targeted goals cannot be achieved in time in an organization.

The sessions of the webinar were well attended by students, research scholars, academicians from various colleges & universities, and professional from corporate sector.

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