Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Thomas Muthoot - Topics of videos

Thomas Muthoot

http://bit.ly/F4TMuthoot

 

1 of 11 - History of the company

2 of 11 - Importance of relationship with customer

3 of 11 - Example of how small loans can have big impact

4 of 11 - Entrepreneurship in Kerala

5 of 11 - Model for the bottom of the pyramid

6 of 11 - Plenty of opportunities for youngsters in entrepreneurship

7 of 11 - Beginnings can be through small ventures

8 of 11 - Wrong notions about Kerala's business environment

9 of 11 - Success stories of entrepreneurship in Kerala

10 of 11 - Do we have the right policies governing NBFCs

11 of 11 - Observations about affordable housing

 

Thomas Muthoot, Director, Muthoot Fincorp, Cochin (www.muthoot.com)

P.N. Vasudevan - Topics of videos

P.N. Vasudevan

http://bit.ly/F4TEquitas

 

1 of 22 - Microfinance as a sector is not well connected with the mainstream economy

2 of 22 - Observations about the reach and distribution of microfinance

3 of 22 - Traditionally microfinance has been a rural phenomenon

4 of 22 - Only institution that has reach to two-thirds of Bharat is microfinance

5 of 22 - When will Government and RBI begin to support and help develop microfinance

6 of 22 - MFIs as potential conduits for delivering unique ID

7 of 22 - Four phases of growth from equity point of view

8 of 22 - Microfinance is a social activity with business outcome

9 of 22 - Two types of MFIs from HR perspective

10 of 22 - Media coverage of MFI

11 of 22 - Maturity cycle of borrowers of MFIs

12 of 22 - Importance of skill development in the country

13 of 22 - Colleges and students are increasingly attracted towards microfinance

14 of 22 - Reasonable amount of research about microfinance

15 of 22 - Challenge of reducing MFI's operating cost

16 of 22 - Activities other than microfinance

17 of 22 - Healthcare helpline, training in cottage industry skills

18 of 22 - Ability to pay vs intention to pay

19 of 22 - Cross learning among banking, NBFC and MFI sectors

20 of 22 - Supply and demand side aggregation

21 of 22 - Biggest challenge faced by client

22 of 22 - Pavement dwellers rehabilitation project

 

P.N. Vasudevan, Managing Director, Equitas Micro Finance Company India (P) Ltd, Chennai (www.equitas.in)

Shiv Kumar - Topics of videos

Shiv Kumar

http://bit.ly/F4TShivKumar

 

1 of 10 - Cloud computing and virtualisation, a paradigm shift in the use of IT

2 of 10 - Role of CTO when businesses look at IT as an enabler

3 of 10 - Metrics of CTO performance

4 of 10 - Technology makes a difference only when it is optimised

5 of 10 - Green-friendly IT infrastructure, and application development cycle

6 of 10 - Patterns observed in green audits of IT infrastructure

7 of 10 - Benefits of desktop virtualisation

8 of 10 - What will be the consequences of cloud computing

9 of 10 - Healthcare vertical, a major focus

10 of 10 - Company's work in India

 

Shiv Kumar, Executive Vice President, ZSL Inc., US (www.zslinc.com)

Arul Aruleswaran - Topics of videos

Arul Aruleswaran

http://bit.ly/F4TAruleswaran

 

1 of 12 - Trigger for the book

2 of 12 - Driving change through enforcement can lack the foundation

3 of 12 - Author reading the book

4 of 12 - One most valuable work lesson

5 of 12 - Types of innovation

6 of 12 - Innovation approach of Oracle

7 of 12 - Practices of companies that jump on to the innovation bandwagon

8 of 12 - Six Sigma in the US Department of Defence

9 of 12 - Good organisations make tasks, rather than people, redundant

10 of 12 - Developing people as the asset

11 of 12 - Observations about the crisis in Toyota

12 of 12 - Challenge of expectations when lean initiatives are launched

 

Arul Aruleswaran, Author, 'Changing with Lean Six Sigma', MD and Consultant, LSS Academy Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia (www.lss-academy.com)

Ahmed Faiyaz - Topics of videos

Ahmed Faiyaz

http://bit.ly/F4TFaiyaz

 

1 of 23 - Top thoughts are about the book and the response it draws

2 of 23 - How has professional experience helped in writing the book

3 of 23 - No portrayal of real-life situations

4 of 23 - English writing by authors from non-English-speaking geographies

5 of 23 - Value of writing in a language of choice and subsequent translation

6 of 23 - Evaluation should be based more on case study approach

7 of 23 - Storytelling in economics

8 of 23 - Working towards better health for citizens

9 of 23 - Education and healthcare require greater attention in India

10 of 23 - Role of professionals in development work

11 of 23 - Younger generation has a far limited tolerance to taking nonsense from anybody

12 of 23 - What is holding India together

13 of 23 - Need for will in the public sector

14 of 23 - Why can't private sector operate the airline

15 of 23 - The book is meant to entertain and also to inspire

16 of 23 - Teachers can set a very good example

17 of 23 - Reading takes you to a different world

18 of 23 - Can the media do more to promote books

19 of 23 - Public transport commute time for reading, and book corner in commercial establishment

20 of 23 - Publishing scene in India

21 of 23 - Celebrity reading choices

22 of 23 - Social media builds intimacy between authors and readers

23 of 23 - Corporate stories and autobiographies

 

Ahmed Faiyaz, Author, 'Love Life and All that Jazz...' (www.ahmedfaiyaz.in)

Monday, May 24, 2010

Amish Tripathi, Preeti Vyas - Topics of videos

Amish Tripathi

http://bit.ly/F4TMeluha

 

1 of 9 - Started working on second book

2 of 9 - Blend of history, philosophy

3 of 9 - When a project is important to you, there is enough time to do it

4 of 9 - Social networking is a marketer's dream

5 of 9 - Equality of gender in the Shiva example

6 of 9 - Shiva as the hero in the book and reader reactions

7 of 9 - Violence is not the answer at this point in history

8 of 9 - Author reading the book

9 of 9 - Movie format of the book

 

Amish Tripathi, Head - Marketing and Product Development, IDBI Fortis Life Insurance, and author 'The Immortals of Meluha' (www.shivatrilogy.com)

 

Preeti Vyas

http://bit.ly/F4TMeluha

 

1 of 7 - What is missing in the children's books market

2 of 7 - Why is having fun important to children

3 of 7 - There is so much inspiration just around us

4 of 7 - Eighteen books in various stages of completion

5 of 7 - Computers are an integral part of children's life

6 of 7 - How do we define reading

7 of 7 - Role of a spouse (along with Amish)

 

Preeti Vyas, Founder, Fun OK Please, Mumbai

Sunday, May 23, 2010

K. V. Madhan - Topics of videos

K. V. Madhan

http://bit.ly/F4TKVMadhan

 

1 of 2 - Budget addresses infrastructure needs

2 of 2 - Current projects

 

K. V. Madhan, Managing Director, KVM Advisory Services P Ltd, Chennai (www.kvmadvisory.com)

V. Ranganathan March 2010 - Topics of videos

V. Ranganathan

http://bit.ly/F4TVRanganathan

 

1 of 8 - No clear message on tax holiday, and tax philosophy

2 of 8 - Need to engage the public on the process of tax reforms

3 of 8 - Has the tax administration changed over time

4 of 8 - Necessary to create database of the IT Department's approach on various issues

5 of 8 - A few benchmark practices from around the world

6 of 8 - On the staffing of tax department

7 of 8 - Reform required in tax judiciary

8 of 8 - There should be a firm stand on retrospective amendments

 

V. Ranganathan, Partner, Tax & Regulatory Services, Ernst & Young Pvt Ltd, Chennai (www.ey.com/india)

Fr P. Maria Joseph Christie - Topics of videos

Fr P. Maria Joseph Christie

http://bit.ly/F4TChristie

 

1 of 21 - Challenges before LIBA

2 of 21 - Role of campus in helping students know themselves better

3 of 21 - The sustaining factor is the alumni

4 of 21 - Students imbibe the service motive which is the base of the institution

5 of 21 - Support from industry

6 of 21 - Study on rural Dalit women entrepreneurs

7 of 21 - Ways in which corporate executives engage in LIBA's work

8 of 21 - Advice to students on how to choose an institution

9 of 21 - Promoting entrepreneurship skills among students

10 of 21 - Entrepreneurs among alumni

11 of 21 - Guidance for entrepreneurs

12 of 21 - Importance of family businesses

13 of 21 - Takes time to reduce power distance

14 of 21 - Immersion in real India can be a moment of truth

15 of 21 - Alumni initiative to help a boarding school

16 of 21 - Scope for more work with Government agencies and Departments

17 of 21 - Right anchor person ensures sustainability of programmes

18 of 21 - Flip side of rankings of educational institutions

19 of 21 - How students can benefit from campus ambience

20 of 21 - On commercialisation of education, attitude of students, competence of faculty

21 of 21 - Observations about financial journalism

 

Fr P. Maria Joseph Christie, Director, Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), Loyola College, Chennai (www.liba.edu)

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Job Thomas - Topics of videos

Job Thomas

http://bit.ly/F4TSmartlinx

 

1 of 16 - Releasing a new application for teachers

2 of 16 - Story of enterprise

3 of 16 - How the LMS service works

4 of 16 - Economics of education using the model

5 of 16 - Partners with contents

6 of 16 - Presentation before VCs

7 of 16 - Entry at school level, for specialised coaching

8 of 16 - Do we evaluate quality of teachers

9 of 16 - Demo classes given free to students

10 of 16 - Proposal given to Andhra Pradesh Government

11 of 16 - Plan to launch a platform that is device independent

12 of 16 - Potential for advertising and revenue-sharing

13 of 16 - Policy clarity about VoIP

14 of 16 - Reminiscing the switch to entrepreneurship

15 of 16 - Looking at markets with large NRI population

16 of 16 - Considering association with NGOs in the education field

 

Job Thomas, Director and COO, Smartlinx VoIP Networks P Ltd, Hyderabad (www.smartlinx.co.in)

 

Mansoor Ahamed - Topics of videos

Mansoor Ahamed

http://bit.ly/F4TDesitara

 

1 of 12 - Online reality shows will be the next big thing

2 of 12 - Film of the future

3 of 12 - Story of Desitara

4 of 12 - Revenue streams for the enterprise

5 of 12 - Quality of videos

6 of 12 - Talent booth

7 of 12 - Encouraging live talent in public places

8 of 12 - Work with Birmingham Council in the UK

9 of 12 - What is talent

10 of 12 - Boundaries of acceptability driven by community and monitored

11 of 12 - Plans to go public in two years

12 of 12 - Growth potential through social media marketing

 

Mansoor Ahamed, CEO & Co-Chairman, ConnectFilms Media Pvt Ltd, Bangalore (Desitara.com)

Friday, May 21, 2010

G. Gnanasambandan - Topics of videos

G. Gnanasambandan (in Tamil)

http://bit.ly/F4TGnana

 

1 of 18 - Benefits from exposure to classical Tamil literature

2 of 18 - Adimaiyin moham

3 of 18 - Importance of manappaadam

4 of 18 - Disappearance of variety -- example of kudam

5 of 18 - On Pattinapalai and business management in Tamil literature

6 of 18 - Presentation should suit the audience

7 of 18 - A linguist's book I admire

8 of 18 - Delivering Tamil literature to people

9 of 18 - Dark age in Tamil literature

10 of 18 - Preservation of heritage and relating to current times

11 of 18 - Contemporary lessons from epics

12 of 18 - Useful to record lessons in classrooms

13 of 18 - How interns can be engaged in creating knowledge base

14 of 18 - Next generation may not watch serials

15 of 18 - Writing, a passion

16 of 18 - Film projects

17 of 18 - Research work and guidance

18 of 18 - Describing Madurai

 

G. Gnanasambandan, Reader in Tamil Dept, Thiagarajar College, Madurai (in Tamil)

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

ICAI-IFRS - Topics of videos

CEO Meeting on the Strategic Approach to the Convergence Agenda

http://bit.ly/F4TCeoIFRS

 

1 of 57 - When did the bureaucracy begin to take IFRS seriously (Amarjit)

2 of 57 - Target before ICAI (Amarjit)

3 of 57 - We ask for a stable platform (Amarjit)

4 of 57 - Companies Act does not allow reopening and restating of accounts (Amarjit)

5 of 57 - Implication of changing the definition of profit and loss account (Amarjit)

6 of 57 - Different phases of transition to IFRS (Amarjit)

7 of 57 - Concerns raised by RBI are well-founded (Amarjit)

8 of 57 - Issue of effective rate (Amarjit)

9 of 57 - Hindi translation is a must for accounting standards (Amarjit)

10 of 57 - NACAS may not use the term IFRS (Amarjit)

11 of 57 - Readiness to change depreciation schedule (Amarjit)

12 of 57 - Saral should really be saral (Amarjit)

13 of 57 - Fast pace of work at ICAI on IFRS front (Amarjit)

14 of 57 - Indian industry requirements taken care of (SK)

15 of 57 - We should be firm on good things in Indian standards (audience)

16 of 57 - National interest (Amarjit)

17 of 57 - What is the stand of income-tax towards IFRS (Sam)

18 of 57 - Additional disclosures allowed (Amarjit)

19 of 57 - Needs of non-banking financial institutions (audience)

20 of 57 - Inadequacy of Indian standard as regards SPVs and consolidation (Amarjit)

21 of 57 - Rules governing unlisted entities (audience)

22 of 57 - Computation involved in retrospective application (Amarjit)

23 of 57 - Is the US hijacking IFRS (audience)

24 of 57 - Danger that standards move from principles to rules (Sam)

25 of 57 - Convergence agenda at two levels (Sam)

26 of 57 - National agenda issues in IFRS convergence (Sam)

27 of 57 - IFRS and Companies Act (Sam)

28 of 57 - Conflicts in Companies Act (Sam)

29 of 57 - Restatement may not be required (SK)

30 of 57 - Change foreseen in IFRS-1 (SK)

31 of 57 - Regulator's powers about prudential norms (SK)

32 of 57 - Where will differences be lumped under (PSK)

33 of 57 - Restatement of opening balance (Sam)

34 of 57 - Examples of public sector undertakings (SK)

35 of 57 - Filtering country-specific requirements (SK)

36 of 57 - Application of consolidation requirement (SK)

37 of 57 - Net worth considerations (MPV)

38 of 57 - Revenue loss bogey (SK)

39 of 57 - Early adoption situation (SK)

40 of 57 - Change initiative should be taken up with full belief (MPV)

41 of 57 - Integration with global environment is essential (MPV)

42 of 57 - IFRS concerns (audience)

43 of 57 - Old assets (audience)

44 of 57 - Three sets of accounts (audience)

45 of 57 - There was enough time to perform an impact study (PSK)

46 of 57 - Regulatory aspects (PSK)

47 of 57 - Subjectivity in IFRS (PSK)

48 of 57 - Some issues for managements and auditors (PSK)

49 of 57 - Tracing embedded derivatives (PSK)

50 of 57 - Segment reporting (PSK)

51 of 57 - IFRS experience of Germany (Sam)

52 of 57 - View of forerunners about IFRS (Sam)

53 of 57 - Owners need time to understand IFRS (Sam)

54 of 57 - E-learning for IFRS (BR)

55 of 57 - Worries of CEOs (TM)

56 of 57 - Process of change (MPV)

57 of 57 - Financial literacy requirements (PSK)

 

CEO Meeting on the Strategic Approach to the Convergence Agenda, ICAI (www.icai.org)

 

Amarjit Chopra, President, ICAI (www.icai.org)

S. Santhanakrishnan, Chairman, Corporate Law and Corporate Governance Committee, ICAI

S. A. Murali Prasad, Director, Sam Consultancy Services P Ltd, Chennai, http://bit.ly/F4TSam

P. S. Kumar, Chartered Accountant, Chennai

M. P. Vijay Kumar, CFO, Sify Technologies Ltd, Chennai

B. Ramakrishnan, MD, C&K Management Ltd, Secunderabad (www.cnkonline.com)

T. Muralidharan, MD & CEO, C&K Management Ltd, Secunderabad (www.cnkonline.com)

Monday, May 17, 2010

Anita Nair - Topics of videos

Anita Nair

http://bit.ly/F4TAnitaNair

 

1 of 26 - Connecting back with Chennai

2 of 26 - Trigger for the book

3 of 26 - Media has to be a little more responsible

4 of 26 - Author reading the book

5 of 26 - Inherent problem of being a human

6 of 26 - Myth of pulling the shutters down

7 of 26 - Who benefits when collective memories are kept alive

8 of 26 - Example of how dispute was resolved in medieval Kerala

9 of 26 - When can empowerment of women happen

10 of 26 - Remembering my teacher

11 of 26 - Writing is not a commodity

12 of 26 - I became my own primary reader

13 of 26 - On schools delving into fiction

14 of 26 - A book I have been reading

15 of 26 - From being a thwarted social scientist

16 of 26 - Our standards of newspaper writing

17 of 26 - Hazy mind is no source of creativity

18 of 26 - Takeaways for teenagers from adult fiction

19 of 26 - Why is reading not a cool thing to do

20 of 26 - One indicator of performance

21 of 26 - Cyclone, a metaphor for the book

22 of 26 - Balancing work by switching to translation after intense writing

23 of 26 - What I am writing next

24 of 26 - Writer vs Author

25 of 26 - Play and movie formats

26 of 26 - Sneering by shop attendants and literary critics

 

Anita Nair, Author, 'Lessons in Forgetting' (Harper)

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Sanjay Deshmukh - Topics of videos

Sanjay Deshmukh

http://bit.ly/F4TCitrix

 

1 of 20 - Focus on desktop virtualisation

2 of 20 - Paradigm shift in desktop computing

3 of 20 - Six strategies of desktop virtualisation

4 of 20 - HD experience for users

5 of 20 - Security is the number one driver for desktop virtualisation

6 of 20 - User mindset of flexibility is a critical building block

7 of 20 - Expectations from technology driven by competitiveness

8 of 20 - Customer base in application and desktop virtualisation

9 of 20 - Application virtualisation in BPOs

10 of 20 - Citrix in India

11 of 20 - Vision of virtualisation and its evolution

12 of 20 - Server virtualisation

13 of 20 - Excited about how technology makes a difference to a customer

14 of 20 - Business in new economy driving IT to enable innovation and value creation

15 of 20 - Role of today's CEO

16 of 20 - Mobility and flexibility demands of users

17 of 20 - A dream I would like to chase

18 of 20 - A definition of values

19 of 20 - Outlook for Indian IT industry

20 of 20 - Relevance of virtualisation in SMBs

 

Sanjay Deshmukh, Area Vice President - India Subcontinent, Citrix Systems India Pvt Ltd, Mumbai (www.citrix.com)

Friday, May 14, 2010

Sekar Vembu - Topics of videos

Sekar Vembu

http://bit.ly/F4TSVembu

 

1 of 17 - Selected by Microsoft's initiative to encourage start-ups

2 of 17 - Online backup software business model

3 of 17 - Pricing on subscription basis

4 of 17 - Customer base in small business segment

5 of 17 - Storage needs of small businesses

6 of 17 - Bandwidth constraint in online backup

7 of 17 - On the choice of storage domain to work in

8 of 17 - Structured way of learning kills creativity

9 of 17 - Government role should come down, doles should stop

10 of 17 - Security measures in StoreGrid

11 of 17 - Success stories and appreciation from partners and SMBs

12 of 17 - Evolution of storage technology

13 of 17 - First backup locally, and incremental backup online

14 of 17 - Project collaboration for teams sharing data

15 of 17 - What drives choice of educational course

16 of 17 - Problem with industry bodies

17 of 17 - Difficult for start-ups to attract talent

 

Sekar Vembu, Founder and CEO, Vembu Technologies (www.vembu.com)

Sandeep Menon - Topics of videos

Sandeep Menon

http://bit.ly/F4TNovell

 

1 of 14 - Service-oriented architecture is a major technology shift

2 of 14 - STD PCO booth quietly revolutionised the country

3 of 14 - An early company to establish R and D facility in India

4 of 14 - Work around cloud computing space

5 of 14 - Action in telecom industry, with drive towards VAS

6 of 14 - Story of Linux rapid transformation

7 of 14 - Mobility imperative of solutions

8 of 14 - What I look for in a new recruit

9 of 14 - Lessons from trekking

10 of 14 - Preparing younger generation for a globalised world

11 of 14 - How to foster innovation

12 of 14 - Success in Tamil Nadu, the Elcot example

13 of 14 - Top issues before CTOs

14 of 14 - Technology can transform the Government-to-citizen connect

 

Sandeep Menon, Country Head, Novell India Pvt Ltd, Bangalore (www.novell.com)

Bhairav Kothari, Akhila Rajan - Topics of videos

Bhairav Kothari, Akhila Rajan

http://bit.ly/F4TSuperCFO

 

1 of 14 - Trying to convert the CFO model to online virtual model for SMEs

2 of 14 - Story of the enterprise

3 of 14 - Complementing the auditor

4 of 14 - Response of audit committees and boards

5 of 14 - Expectations from part-time CFO

6 of 14 - Taking client to right advisers and experts

7 of 14 - Imagery behind the name of firm

8 of 14 - Lessons on entrepreneurship

9 of 14 - Dream of setting up an incubation centre

10 of 14 - Who is the right fit for the firm

11 of 14 - Need to work with passion without emotion

12 of 14 - Potential of SMEs

13 of 14 - Scope in larger enterprises

14 of 14 - Guide for my business

 

Akhila Rajan

 

1 of 5 - SME's problems

2 of 5 - Value that CFO brings to a small enterprise

3 of 5 - CFO role

4 of 5 - What does MBA add to CA

5 of 5 - Adherence to compliance, an area of focus

 

Bhairav Kothari, Founder & Managing Director, SuperCFO Services Private Ltd, Mumbai (www.supercfo.com)

 

Akhila Rajan, SuperCFO

Monday, May 10, 2010

CII Conference on Supply Chain - Topics of videos

CII Conference on Supply Chain

http://bit.ly/F4TCIISCM

 

1 of 25 - Multimodal logistics not prevalent in the country (Ravichandran)

2 of 25 - Opening remarks (Sreekanth)

3 of 25 - Complex business processes of large customers (Sreekanth)

4 of 25 - Pay-per-use model also offered (Sreekanth)

5 of 25 - Boxes and arrows Concept developed by TVS Logistics and Professor MS Krishnan (Sreekanth)

6 of 25 - What fits into a box (Sreekanth)

7 of 25 - Arrow explained (Sreekanth)

8 of 25 - One-to-one and one-to-many SCM (Sreekanth)

9 of 25 - Bringing down TCO (Sreekanth)

10 of 25 - Parts of integrated logistics solution (Sreekanth)

11 of 25 - Defining attributes for customers, suppliers (Sreekanth)

12 of 25 - Cross integration between HR and SCM (Sreekanth)

13 of 25 - Testing of system (Sreekanth)

14 of 25 - Benefits for customer (Sreekanth)

15 of 25 - Tracking, optimising facilitated (Sreekanth)

16 of 25 - Interns taken in the company (Sreekanth)

17 of 25 - Protecting investment in technology (Sreekanth)

18 of 25 - We wanted something unique (Ravichandran)

19 of 25 - Inability to operate the system in some customer premises (Ravichandran)

20 of 25 - Connectors to talk with diverse ERPs (Ravichandran, Sreekanth)

21 of 25 - Handling many-to-many situation (Sreekanth)

22 of 25 - Parameters of supply chain are numerous and complex (Chandramouli)

23 of 25 - Need for studies to help in benchmarking (Chandramouli)

24 of 25 - ERP integration and seamless information exchange (Chandramouli)

25 of 25 - Addressing skill enhancement, green logistics (Chandramouli)

 

S. Ravichandran, President, TVS Logistics

P. Sreekanth, Vice President-Enterprise, Ramco

R. Chandramouli, CII Institute of Logistics

 

CII Conference on Supply Chain optimization & excellence

MCA-ICAI event - Topics of videos

MCA-ICAI event

http://bit.ly/F4TMCAICAI

 

1 of 22 - Avenue for mistakes to be corrected (Bandyopadhyay)

2 of 22 - Relevance of ICAI programmes (Bandyopadhyay)

3 of 22 - Each suggestion looked into (Bandyopadhyay)

4 of 22 - Progress in LLP (Bandyopadhyay)

5 of 22 - Increase in the number of LLPs (Bandyopadhyay)

6 of 22 - Meagre percentage of household savings invested in capital markets (Bandyopadhyay)

7 of 22 - Inviting comments on corporate governance (Bandyopadhyay)

8 of 22 - Importance of social responsibility (Bandyopadhyay)

9 of 22 - Enlightened regulations (Bandyopadhyay)

10 of 22 - Refund of registration fee (Murali)

11 of 22 - Redressal of problem (Chandra)

12 of 22 - Lie-detector story (Murali)

13 of 22 - Basic protection for auditors needed (Santhanakrishnan)

14 of 22 - Fair value application in agriculture (Santhanakrishnan)

15 of 22 - Points dropped after discussion with auditors should also be disclosed (Santhanakrishnan)

16 of 22 - Examples where auditor relies on CEO's inputs (Santhanakrishnan)

17 of 22 - Need for having a separate company law for SMBs (Santhanakrishnan)

18 of 22 - Description of Gobichettipalayam and its salient features (Ravikumar)

19 of 22 - CPE and its impact (Murali)

20 of 22 - How CPE adds value to professionals (Murali)

21 of 22 - Sharing of knowledge among CAs (Murali)

22 of 22 - Activities of FRRB (Murali)

 

R. Bandyopadhyay, Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs

S. Santhanakrishnan, Chairman, Corporate Law and Corporate Governance Committee, ICAI

V. Murali, Chairman, Continuing Professional Education Committee, ICAI

B. Chandra, Practising Company Secretary, Chennai

G. V. Ravikumar, Chartered Accountant, Ravikumar Kamala Associates, Gobichettipalayam

 

MCA-ICAI event, April 17, 2010, 10 am

Medical Park - Topics of videos

Medical Park

http://bit.ly/F4TAgeMgt

 

1 of 32 - What is age management (Sudha)

2 of 32 - Dangers of smoking (Sukumaran)

3 of 32 - Antioxidant that is deficient in lung diseases (Sukumaran)

4 of 32 - Fear of ageing (Thiruvasagam)

5 of 32 - Lifespan regularly added in Sweden (Martin)

6 of 32 - Vitamin K2 in osteo study (Martin)

7 of 32 - Preventive healthcare in Tamil Nadu (MRK)

8 of 32 - Welfare schemes introduced by Government (MKA)

9 of 32 - Learning a lot (Jeya Prakash)

10 of 32 - Managing expectations (Jeya Prakash)

11 of 32 - Plans for India (Jeya Prakash)

12 of 32 - The water I am swimming here is different (Jeya Prakash)

13 of 32 - Individualising treatment through genomics (Martin)

14 of 32 - Observation about the different phases involved (Martin)

15 of 32 - Two low-hanging fruits (Martin)

16 of 32 - Plans for India (Martin)

17 of 32 - With proper age management plastic surgery may become redundant (Julio)

18 of 32 - Age management is wealth management (Julio)

19 of 32 - Parameters of success in age management (Julio)

20 of 32 - All of us expect the impossible (Julio)

21 of 32 - Misinformation about stem cell therapy (Kishore)

22 of 32 - Efficacy can be individualised (Kishore)

23 of 32 - Long-term plans for India (Kishore)

24 of 32 - Need to start at the school level (Kishore)

25 of 32 - Difference that science correspondents can bring in (Kishore)

26 of 32 - How can you prevent back pain (Colin)

27 of 32 - Do you use the right chair (Colin)

28 of 32 - Integration of teams is key (Colin)

29 of 32 - Does yoga guarantee a good back (Colin)

30 of 32 - Training and education plans (Colin)

31 of 32 - Analogy of car workshop (Jeya Prakash)

32 of 32 - Effects of age management (Jeya Prakash)

 

The Medical Park inauguration:

 

Dr Sudha Seshian, Registrar, MGR University

Dr Sukumaran, Preventive Respiratory Medicine, New York

Dr G. Thiruvasagam, Vice Chancellor, University of Madras

Dr Martin Schalling

M. R. K. Panneerselvam, Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Tamil Nadu

M. K. Alagiri, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers

 

Visit to the Medical Park:

 

Dr A. Jeya Prakash, Plastic Surgeon and Age Management Consultant, London (www.jprakash.com), The Medical Park, Chennai

Dr Martin Schalling, Professor, Center for Molecular Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden

Dr Julio Garcia, Las Vegas Cosmetic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Las Vegas (www.lvcosmeticsurgery.com)

Dr Kishore Bhakoo, Head, Translational Molecular Imaging Group, Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (www.sbic.a-star.edu.sg)

Dr Colin Natali, Consultant, Spinal and Trauma surgery, London

Saturday, May 08, 2010

Alisanne Guzzetta - Topics of videos

Alisanne Guzzetta

http://bit.ly/F4TFatPipe

 

1 of 16 - Top thoughts -- Importance of connectivity to businesses

2 of 16 - When do businesses begin to pay attention to connectivity

3 of 16 - Fundamental disconnect between CEOs and IT people

4 of 16 - Remembering the meeting with Peter Drucker

5 of 16 - Examples from healthcare and banking

6 of 16 - Difference that Fatpipe brings to market

7 of 16 - Entrepreneurship in India

8 of 16 - Emphasis on load balancing (Ashok)

9 of 16 - Areas of focus over time

10 of 16 - Security vs accessibility

11 of 16 - Individual vs business users, from security awareness perspective

12 of 16 - How regulations can bring in a difference -- example of HIPAA

13 of 16 - Impact of 9-11 on connectivity awareness

14 of 16 - To be aware of risks is part of one's responsibility

15 of 16 - Issues that are on CTOs minds

16 of 16 - Indian businesses paying attention to connectivity (Ashok)

 

Alisanne Guzzetta, Senior Manager, Communications and Public Relations, Fatpipe Netwroks, US

S. Ashok Mela, Team Manager-QA, Fatpipe Networks India Ltd, Chennai