Management experts say the rapidly changing business environment is pushing organizations to constantly restructure to stay ahead.
Companies in Sri Lanka they say need to focus more on the special skills of people to be competitive in the global economy.rn
rnldblquote Leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship are the areas we need to improve ourselves in. Historically we have always been protected and now those barriers are diminishing. We should be ready for the challenges of the future,
dblquote says Pravir Samarasinghe, President, CIMA Sri Lanka.rn
rnThe 26th CIMA national conference will focus on these and other challenges faced by companies in the region and how top Asian companies have tackled them.rn
rnThe case study based conference will cover a broad range of topics from manufacturing to knowledge management.rn
rnldblquote The concept behind this is to show case how the world class practices adopted by international organizations helped them become winners,
dblquote he said. (LB