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Management
AIMA's 28th National Management Convention -- China the benchmark for Indian reforms
`BUILDING sustainable competitive strength.' This is the theme of the ongoing three-day 28th national management convention in Chennai. The theme becomes all the more relevant at a time when India, which has removed quantitative restrictions on all but a handful of items, grapples with the `Chinese dragon' -- the prospect of cheaper imports from China flooding the domestic market, replacing locally-made goods.

How to thwart internal inefficiencies proactively
THERE are two causes of business difficulties. One is change in the external environment; the other is the accumulation of internal inefficiencies. Dealing with the first requires strategic direction at the highest levels, while dealing with the second r equires constant awareness, stretch and self-discipline at all levels. Let us take a closer look at the internal inefficiencies.

Poor time management
EVERY executive feels the pressures of time. It always seems as if there's too much to do and too little time to do it in. If you had more time, how much easier would your life be? How much more would you get done? How much more time would you spend in r ecreation?


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