Education is the driving force behind building intellectual and social capital globally. It helps in the development of knowledge, capability, and expertise that drive and nurture the values required for a growing economy. Over the past two decades, many reforms like social, political, environmental, and technological advancements have taken place, which is very well reflected in the significant growth in the economy.
With the aim of bringing oneself in alignment with the contemporary era of digital transformation, Asian School of Business organised ASBIC-2023, an international conference on “Leveraging Management and Technology for Transitioning Global Economy,” on March 24 and 25, 2023, with the goal of helping registrants align themselves with the current era of digital transformation. The conference provided a forum for discussing contemporary management and technological concerns on a global scale, with new perspectives promoting economic expansion. The conference was held in hybrid mode with 4 panels that were clustered in distinct streams and covered a very broad variety of issues and disciplines. There were 118 authors, 114 abstracts, and 70 different colleges and universities (national and overseas) participating. Mr. Golok Kumar Simli, principal advisor and chief technology officer, and Mr. Saurabh Jain attended as distinguished chief guests (founders of Fun2Do Labs). During the panel discussion, Mr. Govind Negi (Senior Director, Head of Talent India & Europe), Mr. Subnesh Sharma (Sr. Director HR, VVDN Technologies), and Ms. Shailly Purohit (Associate Director-HR, Sopra Steria) shared their perspectives. Authors from multiple educational institutions presented papers during the technical sessions, which were presided over by Dr. Aditi from University of Delhi and Dr. Rasim from IBN Turkey. In fact, the conference provided a forum for the sharing of different strategies by which the institutions could attract and manage talent, interact and establish links, promote an innovative culture, and endure technological advancements.