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'Strategic managers to check nuclear smuggling'

By Faisul Yaseen

Jammu
Nov 4, 2006:

Conflict management will have a vast sope in coming years, Keith Bradley, Director Integra Life Sciences and Business Development, Provo Group USA, said in his keynote address during the international confernece on'Strategic Thought in the New Age Management' at the University of Jammu (JU) here today.

Bradley said a large number of number of strategic managers would be needed for checking illegal transfer of nuclear weapons across borders in the coming years.

"Various governments would face the challenge of stopping illegal transfer of nuclear weapons across the borders, and the services of a large number of strategic managers would be required," Bradley explained.

"After the 9/11, USA was confronted by radical elements employing unconventional tactics ranging from suicide bombing to information leakage about asymmetric warfare," He said.

Over 60 delegates of 45 different universities from across the world are participating in the two-day confernece organised by the Centre for Hospitality and Tourism Management (CHTM) of the JU's Business School.

The conference was inaugrated by Jammu and Kashmir Governor, Lt Gen (Retd) S K Sinha.

Skillfully differentiating between the army management and business management, Sinha said that a significant transformation has taken place over the years, unfolding a new prospect in this area in his speech.

Sinha emphasized the role of strategic thinking in today's complex business environment and importance of good governance besides building up strong value system.

Dwelling on the growth of management, he said it used to be an exclusive realm of the army some centuries ago but lately it has emerged as a buzzword for the corporate sector. He also spelled out similarities between management in the army and the corporate sector saying that the goal of the former is victory and the latter endeavours for profit.

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