Sona School of Management organizes two day International Conference on Future work organizations: Perspectives Issues and Challenges on 29th to 30th December 2017 at Goa University, Goa. 
Prof. S.P. Thenmozhi, convener of the conference welcomed the delegates from 9 foreign countries and 17 states of India.
The conference was inaugurated by Mr. Chocko Valliappa, founder and CEO- Vee Technologies, Bengaluru and Vice Chairman Sona Group of Institutions. He spoke on the way the technology and innovation has led to disappearance of the jobs like the drivers, tellers, typists and the revolution it has created in the automobile industry, health sector, space management, waste management, water management etc.  He discussed the changing phase from dependent managers to independent managers and now moving to interdependent managers in future.
Prof. Swarup K. Mohanty, Conference Director explained the conference theme and briefed on the need to blend technology, leadership and workforce for the future organisations.
 Prof. Kishore Kulkarni from Metropolitan State University delivered the key note address. He enlightened the participants on the economic challenges and economic recession that is likely to happen with technological developments and leading to future work organizations.
Prof. K.B. Akilesh, Senior professor, IIsc, Bengaluru, in his address told that the emerging industries would require new, jobs, skills and competencies which would differ from that of the existing ones. The exploration of such skill sets and developing the competencies for human workforce is the need of the day.
An MOU was signed between Sona College of Technology and Daffodils University. Mr. Chocko Valliappa, Vice Chairman, Sona College of Technology, Salem and Sabur Khan, Chairman, Daffodils University exchanged the MOU and the flags.

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Sona is one of the fastest growing technical institutions in India and a leading engineering college in South India.

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