Business, Leadership, and Economics: Practical and Ethical Considerations
Business, Leadership, and Economics: Practical and Ethical Considerations

Conference Overview

  • 15, May / 17, May 2020
  • online conference
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Business is an intrinsically human activity that has endured for centuries. It is embedded in our social structure and has aided in the evolution of man for generations. By nature, human beings are social creatures. We aim to help one another succeed, and, in a reciprocating manner, the nature of social co-dependence within communities has uplifted the development of societies, cities, and nations worldwide. But how does business fare in the 21st century? Or better yet, how does it fare in the modern age of rampant technological advancement, constant connectivity, and artificial intelligence? And how does it affect nations’ economies?

Depending on whom you ask, you’ll get various answers to what constitutes “good business.” Some say motivating, inspirational, and visionary leadership is the key, others may say a good grasp of the economic landscape is absolutely necessary, and others yet may tell you that you absolutely cannot thrive without a proper marketing strategy. The truth is, every one of those people has a grain of truth to their statement. Good Business is a well-rounded discipline that takes into account the needs of people, how to fill that needs most efficiently, and how to lead a team to fulfill those needs. Together, businessleadership, and economics form a powerful triad that drives innovationgrowth, and progress in societies around the world. By studying these fields and applying their principles to real-world challenges, individuals and organizations can make a positive impact on their communities and beyond.

Conference Topics
  • 1. Analytical Business Strategies

    1.1. Modern analytical techniques in business
    1.2. Informed business decision-making
    1.3. Identifying growth opportunities
    1.4. Predictive analysis methodologies
    1.5. Ethical implications of data collection and analysis

  • 2. Sustainable Business and Economics

    2.1. Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in business
    2.2. Management and innovations in the agricultural sector
    2.3. Modern practices in corporate social responsibility
    2.4. Sustainable business models (SBM)
    2.5. Archetypes and case studies of sustainable business archetypes

  • 3. Leadership and Organizational Development

    3.1. Ethical and responsible decision-making
    3.2. Sustainable leadership for environmental resilience
    3.3. Effective team building and collaboration strategies
    3.4. Modern coaching and mentoring techniques
    3.5. Transformational leadership theory

  • 4. Marketing and Brand Strategies

    4.1. The role of data analytics in shaping effective marketing strategies
    4.2. Consumer surveying and behavior theory
    4.3. Latest trends and innovations in digital marketing
    4.4. Building brand awareness and reputation
    4.5. Channel and customer experience management
    4.6. Brand equity models and business performance

  • 5. Financial Management and Investment Strategies

    5.1. Risk and uncertainty management
    5.2. Data-driven and informed financial decision-making
    5.3. Financial forecasting and reporting
    5.4. Financial long-term growth and profitability
    5.5. Corporate finance and investment analysis

  • 6. Globalization and Emerging Markets

    6.1. Macroeconomics and international trade
    6.2. Navigating cultural and regulatory variances in international markets
    6.3. Innovations in international business
    6.4. Building sustainable partnerships and relationships
    6.5. Identifying key international markets