What would be your message to management students?

I have been invited to address the MBA, BBA and B.Com students at Sri Sankara Arts and Science College at Kanchipuram on 3rd Sep as part of “Margadarshan 2010” their two day National¬†Symposium. I feel honored to be part of the program and putting together the message I want to give them. If you got an opportunity to address the future leaders of this country, what will be your message? Please share it as as comments in the blog or send me mail.

Thanks for the mails. Here is the message I gave them http://msacademy.in/wordpress/?p=1003



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Ganapathy Subramanian, Founder and CEO of MS Academy has a B.E degree from CEG Anna University. After 20 years in IT industry, he left a senior management position to pursue and lead his dream project - Management Scholars Academy. In his successful IT career, Ganapathy has been VP-HR at Polaris FT Ltd and Director-Projects at CSC India Pvt Ltd. He has designed, developed, and deployed many innovative leadership training programs, PM competency diagnostics frameworks, and performance management systems for project managers. These programs helped the corporates build PM competency and excel in project management practices. Ganapathy has traveled extensively in the US, UK, Japan and Singapore as a consultant for AT&T, Lucent, Citibank, CSC, Unilever and Visa. Ganapathy has been a mentor to many project managers in CSC, Polaris and now to hundreds of PMs through MS Academy. He has coached many PMs to appear and get the PMP certification. The reason MS Academy's PMP training program has become so popular so quickly is that the trainers give personal time and attention during and after the boot camp and guide the PMP aspirants step by step towards their goal. Please visit http://www.msacademy.in/ or contact ganapathy@msacademy.in for further details.

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Umasree Raghunath
September 16th, 2010

Couple of years back, I had a similar opportunity to address final year students in a college and this is what I thought from somewhere I read earlier:

Three thumb rules for any job you do…right from the Manual Labour to Management CEO’s….

1. Show Up
2. Do you job
3. Keep your nose clean

Being puntual is not to impress somebody, but to be self-disciplined. Identifying your tasks and accomplishing everyday is not just being organized but being professional. Keeping off the unwanted things at work and appreciating collegues, work ethics and corporate policies would not only make you a desired employee but a good leader.

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