Administrative Leadership and Good Governance

Start Date: Jul 13, 2022 End Date: Jul 15, 2022
Last Date for Application: June 29, 2022 Last Date for Early Bird: June 22, 2022
Programme Fee: 100000 INR

Plus, GST

Early Bird Fee: 93000 INR

Plus, GST

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The need for good governance is being felt more than ever in the current scenario in the country and abroad. Whether it is a government or a quasi-government or a corporate establishment, prevention of corruption and unethical practices is a priority. Every organisation is evaluated based on several parameters - good governance and fair, transparent administration are the key to superior levels of service delivery and improved organisational value. To ensure good governance and fair administration, organisations are subject to a number of audit procedures and compliance norms. There are two aspects to this exercise that hamper the entire philosophy of good governance.

 

  1. Despite a host of audit guidelines, corruption and unfair administration do happen.
  2. Compliance norms are seen as a hindrance to everyday affairs and therefore, a deterrent to the operational efficiency of employees.

 

The motivation behind this programme is to address the above two contemporary challenges from a leadership perspective.

 

For more information or any questions, contact Namrata Kansara: namrata-exed@iima.ac.in, +91 99090 38772

The programme helps develop clarity in the following:

  • Potential pitfalls in administrative processes
  • How institutional procedures are violated intentionally and un-intentionally
  • Interlinkages between people, systems and good governance
  • Role of modern age technology in good governance
  • Developing robust administrative processes
  • Knowing your stakeholders, their needs and perception
  • Transparent and fair administration
  • Compliance and audits as anti-corruption measures
  • Robust policy planning
  • Good governance in commercial and non-commercial organisations
  • Creating your organisational identity
  • Self-directed teams
  • Leadership: A Bias for action
  • Global best practices in good governance

Senior bureaucrats, administrators, senior, top level managers, department heads and executives from government and quasi government organisations, PSUs and government undertakings.

Case-based, Discussions and Presentations.

Faculty Chair

Sundaravalli Narayanaswami

Programme Faculty



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