BW Businessworld To Host BW People: Exceptional Managers Of The Year 2024

The event is scheduled to take place on 18 March 2024 at the Leela Ambience, Gurugram


BW Businessworld unveils the BW People: Exceptional Managers of the Year 2024. The award is established to honour talent that has supported the expansion and management effectiveness of their respective organisations.

The event is scheduled to take place on 18 March 2024 at the Leela Ambience, Gurugram.

The awards are granted to managers and leaders who have diligently and strategically worked to advance their organisations, which has resulted in economic development and nation-building.  There are categories for recognition of success in every aspect of the workplace and the Awards are open to all enterprises across industries.

Award categories include Exceptional HR Manager, Exceptional Sales Manager, Exceptional R&D Manager, Exceptional Accounts Managers, Exceptional Operations Managers, Exceptional Admin Managers, Exceptional Compliance Managers, Exceptional Marketing Managers, Exceptional Finance Managers, Exceptional Facility Managers, Exceptional Supply Chain Managers, Exceptional Information Technology Managers, Exceptional Customer Services Managers and other functions.

The esteemed jury includes Dr Annurag Batra, Chairman and Editor-in-chief, BW Businessworld and Founder, exchange4media; A P Parigi, Co-founder, Radio Mirchi, Times OOH Media; Atul Sobti, Director General, Scope, Former CMD, Bhel; Professor Sangeeta Shah Bharadwaj, Professor Information Management Area, Management Development Institute, Gurgaon; S K Bose, Administrative Staff, College of India, New Delhi centre; Vinit Goenka, Secretary, Centre For Knowledge Sovereignty; Dr Punam Sahgal, Former Dean and Professor, IIM Lucknow; Aparna Sengupta, Group Director – Revenue, BW Businessworld and Talees Rizvi, Director, BW People and BW CFO World.

Even though management trends can change quickly, the market’s acceptance of diversity and the expansion of the service sector have defined the long-term trend in management. By providing more flexibility with working hours, better retraining opportunities and creative performance metrics, managers are currently being trained to promote greater equality for women and minorities in the workplace. Managers who work in the service industry are being taught how to measure things differently, support their employees better and lead with greater charm.

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