National Conferences

The National HRD Network organises a National Conference attended by management professionals from the private and public sectors, representatives from academia and the NGO sector, management consultants, self employed professionals and students. These National Conferences were held since 1985, once every two years until 2006, after which they are now held every year. Each National Conference focuses on a theme and is addressed by eminent industry leaders and academicians from India and abroad. They also provide an excellent forum for sharing and networking. National Conferences have been held so far:

  YEAR CITY THEME
20th 2016 Bangalore Spirit of Entrepreneurship: Creating the Future
19th 2015 New Delhi Architecting the Next Curve: Inspire. Impact. Innovate
18th 2014 Mumbai Sustainable Growth in Vuca Times The New Talent Agenda
17th 2013 Kolkata Building Sustainable Organisations
16th 2012 Hyderabad Energizing for Excellence
15th 2011 Bangalore Live & Breathe the Change
14th 2010 New Delhi Towards the next Orbit
13th 2009 Mumbai Lead from Uncertainity to Certainity
12th 2008 Chennai What's Beyond? HR's Next Agenda
11th 2007 Kolkata India's Century : The Challenge for Indian Business Leadership
10th 2006 New Delhi Future of Work : Mastering Change
9th 2004 Bangalore Emerging Asia : An HR Agenda
8th 2002 Mumbai HR @ Heart of Business
7th 2000 Hyderabad Going Global : Leveraging Human Potential
6th 1998 New Delhi Building a Globally Competitive India : Leading through HR
5th 1996 Hyderabad Challenges of Development : Aligning HR Processes
4th 1994 Bombay Role of HRD in the New Economic Environment
3rd 1989 New Delhi Towards Organisational Effectiveness through HRD
2nd 1987 Madras Alternative Approaches and Strategies of HRD
1st 1985 Bombay Recent Experiences in HRD Systems

 

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