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WTC Navi Mumbai & IMC Management Program

Jun 03, 2019

WTC Navi Mumbai & IMC Chamber of Commerce & Industry Navi Mumbai jointly organised a special Management Program on “Total Management Framework” on 30th May 2019. 

Total Management Framework (TMF) is a modern concept in the area of Management function based on Japanese Management Practices. TMF is Total as its name indicates. It is the complete and comprehensive map of modern management paradigm. TMF identifies, recognises and describes 8 stratums and 69 elements of organisation dynamics, 32 elements of process and 16 aspects of management, which are fundamental to the management function. It also refines the definition of the management related terms for total clarity. All this helps to develop comprehensive and robust understanding of Management, understanding that provides total confidence. 

Mr. Milind Kotwal Founder of TMF Inc. made a highly interesting presentation on this novel management concept and technique. He explained what, when and how this technique can be utilised effectively to improve the performance and quality of Management in any organisation. He also gave several examples of how it has been used effectively in industrial and services sectors. Mr. Kotwal has authored a book on this topic. He expressed that even B-schools and Management consultants can benefit from the TMF technique. In fact, TMF Inc. has also designed a special course based on this concept for the benefit of management students. 

Mr. A. K. Sinha, IMC Expert & Consultant on GST also made a presentation on Impact of GST on industry and services sector in India. He also explained the latest amendments that are important for organisations. 

As many as 30 Participants attended the program and derived benefits thereof. Mr. R. K. Jain, Chairman, IMC Navi Mumbai welcomed the participants and Mr. Jayant Ghate, Advisor, WTC Navi Mumbai proposed the Vote of Thanks.