New Delhi: Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) organised a national workshop on 'Succession Planning for Board Level Positions' in Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) on November 11. The workshop was focused on the development of effective leaders in the Public Sector.
The workshop was inaugurated by Public Enterprises Selection Board's Chairman KD Tripathi in the presence of PESB's Member MK Gupta and Director-General SCOPE Atul Sobti.
While inaugurating the program Tripathi said that the board is the most important part of an organisation in order to meet its goal and objectives.
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Gupta while addressing the workshop said that integrity and overall competence are key for succession planning.
Talking about future-readiness, Sobti said that leadership readiness is the most important aspect of it.
The two-day workshop was addressed by eminent speakers and attended by senior-level executives of PSEs.
Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) of Public Sector Undertakings. SCOPE is born out of a registered society called 'New Horizon' that was set up in New Delhi on September 29, 1970. The basic objective of New Horizon was promoting "better understanding among the public about the individual and collective contribution of the public sector". Later New Horizon was rechristened as Standing Conference of Public Enterprises or SCOPE. SCOPE's activities are aimed at strengthening the PSEs by making them more efficient and effective and at the same time encouraging them to explore new horizons in the global market.