Renowned strategist and thinker, Prof. Richard D’Aveni, said that India’s GDP is rising with a fast pace and acknowledging the growth, the day doesn’t seem far when it will overtake China.
Richard D’Aveni, is one of the top 50 management and strategy thinkers in the world according to CNN, Forbes and Harvard Business Review. He advises premiers of countries, including prime ministers of G-7 countries, the European Parliament, the French Senate, members of the Saudi Royal family, and the Vice President of Indonesia.
D’Aveni, the Bakala Professor of Strategy at Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College said that there will be great progress in India’s growing GDP by increasing women participation at economic front and entrepreneurship. PM Modi is a prudent leader, a man of Action and Dynamism who will lead India into becoming a global super power.
Ms. Poonam Dhillon, famous Bollywood actress & National Committee Chairperson for Swachh Bharat & CSR, ALL Ladies League said in her opening remarks that “India is amongst the fastest growing countries in the world today, with a progressive GDP growth rate. But we must consider the fact that this high level of growth can be sustained only when all sections of the society, especially women become equal partners in the development process.”
All the guests actively participated in the interactive session with Richard D’Aveni, who is also a consultant to Fortune 500 companies. Being a leading strategy consultant worldwide, he exchanged his views on Strategic supremacy and amazed the audience with some of his personal experiences. The other noted personalities at the event were Arti Sanghi, President, Indian Merchants Chamber- Ladies Wing and Darshana Doshi, Former President, Indian Merchants Chamber- Ladies Wing.
All Ladies League is first-of-its-kind international women chamber which works to connect women from all spheres of the society in a common sisterhood. The interactive session on “Strategic Supremacy” was organized by ALL Mumbai Chapter at Taj Lands End, Mumbai on 18th November 2014.