The Business Performance Conference, Mumbai

The Business Performance Conference, Mumbai


  • Regular Registration

    Registration cost for 1-4 persons

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    INR 12000
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    Registrations cost for 5 persons or more

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    INR 10200
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About The Event

The Business Performance Conference:

(Measure, Monitor, & Manage What Matters)

 A series of workshops meant for top executives to drive performance in their organizations

This workshop will challenge the way you think about:

  • Performance measurement 
  • Critical issues 
  • Obstacles

faced by the organizations when it comes to delivering results in today's business environment

These issues will be tackled by a sought-after global speaker

This event is specifically engineered to deliver immediate results as well as lasting value



In this high level workshop, we will help senior executives with frameworks and processes that will help them overcome strategy implementation issues and drive superior performance

Knowledge transfer from experience trainers who have worked with thought leaders including Kaplan and Norton




   Dr M Muneer

   CEO & Managing Director, CustomerLab


                                Sandeep Kulkarni

                                     Principal Consultant, CustomerLab


Who should attend this workshop:
  • CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CXOs, Presidents
  • Chief Strategy Officers
  • Strategic/Corporate Planners and Managers
  • Directors of Strategy Development/Formulation
  • Strategy, Planning, & Business Analysts
  • VPs & Directors of Performance Management
  • Executive Leadership Teams
  • General Managers & SBU/Line of Business Leaders
  • Strategic Change Agents
  • Top Executives
  • Decision Makers
  • HR professionals
  • Departmental Heads
  • Entrepreneurs
  • SME professionals
  • Management Students
  • Individuals

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