Kumar scoops business gong at Thinkers50 Awards
01/14/2012

London Business School professor, Nirmalya Kumar, took the Global Village Award at previous night’s Thinkers50 honours at the London’s Lancaster Hotel.

Online PR News – 14-January-2012 – – London Business School professor, Nirmalya Kumar, took the Global Village Award at previous night’s Thinkers50 honours at the London’s Lancaster Hotel.

The prize is rewarded to the individual who donates most to the commercial community's understanding of globalisation and the new boundaries created by the developing countries.

The Thinkers50 Summit is a top level management training symposium and awards dinner that recognises the best and most innovative management training thinkers in the globe.

"What could and must we acquire from the Indian economic rebirth? And what are the pragmatisms behind the exaggeration? In India's Global Powerhouses and India Inside Nirmalya Kumar, London Business School professor has subsidized extremely to what we distinguish about the truth of India today and tomorrow. His work stands conventional understanding and contented thinking on its head," says Thinkers50 co-founder Des Dearlove.

This year's event contained seven classifications overall, also counting Breakthrough Idea; Strategy; Leadership; Future Thinker and the Thinkers50 Best Business Book.

The management training conference and award ceremony was held on 14 November in London.

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