TRIMA 2020, the flagship event of Trivandrum Management Association(TMA) is scheduled to be held on 27 & 28 February 2020. The theme for TRIMA 2020 is "Work in a changing world - A vision for Kerala". Changes in technology , politics , culture and demography are transforming the world. Yet these transformations also present oppurtunities, that must be seized to create a brighter future.
Over 200 delegates, including doyens of industry, desicion makers , professionals , members of the business fraternity and policy makers will participiate in the two-day convention. Four technical sessions with keynote addresses by global leaders, presentations, panel discussions and awards are the highlights of TRIMA 2020. The technical sessions on 27 & 28 February will feature eminent speakers who will share their experiences and best practices that can be imbibed and executed in the state.
TRIMA 2020 aims to help create a better society and we are confident that the event will benefit participants. Your participiation in this event will enhance the quality of the discourse. We are confident that your time will be spent in gaining new insights, listening to different points of view, meetting and talking to business leaders and you will go back rejuvenated and refreshed.
We look forward to your valuable presence at and support for TRIMA 2020.
Chairman, TRIMA Committee
CMD KIMS Healthcare Management
President, TRIMA MD & CEO,
Adani Vzhinjam Port Pvt.Ltd.
Co-Chairman, TRIMA Committee CMD
Terumo Penpol Pvt.Ltd.
In today’s world,there are unprecedented changes in various industries;changes characterized by progressive digital transformation, the creation of connected networks between products, value chains and business models. These activities take plce within the fourth industrial revoltion, described as ‘Industry 4.0’ .
These new technologies – in particular, digitalization and computerization of production processes and market processes – drive industry 4.0, but the need to build a competitive advantage still remains the real foundation of ongoing change. Today, this advantage is primarily created by the unprecedented flexibility of business. The central issue in industry 4.0 is to understand the impact of robotization and artificial intelligence on industry and the economy , and to adapt business models to cater to increasingly demanding customers. The active role of the state as a creator and regulator of innovation is also indispentable. Considering the trends of change within industry 4.0, nine leading technological solutions can be identified that will revolutionize industrial production and services. These are: Big data and analytics, cloud technology, autonomous robots, simulations, augumented reality, horizontal and vertical software integration, industrial use of the internet of things, cyber security and the application of 3D printers.
Industry 4.0 creates huge oppurtunities for the development of enterprises and, hence, national economies. But it also raises worker concerns regarding their employment in the new, evolving environment of robotic production and services. Industry 4.0 not only affects the demand for new professions the labour market and changes all existing rules.
In a world in which the skills required in the workplace change at the speed of light, what is perhaps more essential is a focus on human capabilities that endure and can be applied across situations – qualities such as empathy, curiosity, creativity, imagination, resilience, critical thinking , social intelligence, emotional intelligence etc. These qualities are timeless and especially relevant given that many jobs may not necessarly involve “knowledge work” and may not be high-wage positions . Therefore ,creating, developing and enhancing capabilities could equip people to be lifelong learners, able to adapt to any situation, acquire skills for these situations and add value.
It is widely felt that educational systems have not kept pace with changing nature of work. As a result, many employers say they cannot find enough workers with the attitudes and abilities required for the workplace. At the same time, many mid-career workers find themselves will equipped to meet the needs of the modern workplace. A possible solution to these issue is life long learning. Both individuals and organizations need to adopt a mental map that centers on lifelong learning; learning that builds core human capabilities and also skills in the tandem.
It requires visionary leadership to recognize that enduring human capabilities and lifelong learning have the power to build skills and business value. And such leadership and guidance needs to come from industry.
|02||Inaugural Session||05.00 - 06.00 pm|
|Welcome Address||Mr.Rajesh Jha, President, TMA|
|Concept Presentation||Dr. M. I Sahadulla, Chairman, TRIMA 2020|
|Reading of Citation||CA. H .Vinod, Sr.Vice President,TMA|
|Presentation of||TMA - Terumo penpol CSR Award
TMA - Adani Startup Award
|Key Note Address||Mr. Hemant Nerukar(Past president, AIMA and Director,Adani Enterprises Ltd)|
|Inaugural Address||Mr. Arif Mohammed Khan, Hon. Governor of kerala|
|Vote of thanks||Mr. Mahesh L.S, Secretary, TMA|
|03||First Session||Industry 4.0 - Impact on jobs||6.00 - 7.30 pm|
|Moderator||Mr. G Vijayaraghavan, Founder CEO, Technopark|
|Key Note Address||Dr. S Somanath, Director, VSSC|
Dr. Saji Gopinath, Director, Kerala Startup Mission
Mr. Radhakrishnan Nair, Co-Founder & CEO, Smart IOPS, Inc-San francisco, USA
Ms. Sudha Mony S,, Chief consultant, eHealth Kerala Project,Dept. of Health, Govt. of Kerala
|04||Networking Dinner With Musical Concert||7.30 pm|
|02||Second Session||Able to capable - Upskill||10.00 - 11.15 am|
|Moderator||Mr. K. M Subhash, Founder& CEO, Trinity Skillworks|
|Key Note Address||Dr. Usha Titus IAS, Pricipal Secretary Higher Education dept. GoK|
|Panelist||Mr. Alexander Varghese, COO, UST Global
Mr. Jatin Trivedi, Head, Adani Skill Development Centre
Dr. Sheriff Sahadulla, CEO KIMS Health, GCC & India
|03||Social Enterpreneurship||Mr. Paul Kronenberg & Ms. Sabriye Tenberken, founders, Kanthari||11.15 - 11.30 am|
|04||Tea Break||11.30 - 11.45 am|
|05||Third Session||Learning For Life||11.45 - 1.00 pm|
|Moderator||Mr. C Balagopal, Founder, Terumo Penpol Pvt Ltd|
|Key Note Address||Ms. Bian Li, Founder The Hungry Lab, California USA|
|Panelist||Dr. (Col.)P.S James,Director, Asian School of Business
Mr. Sekharan Y. Menon CEO, Edge Versity Learning System Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
|06||Lunch Break||01.00 - 02.00 pm|
|07||Fourth Session||The industry connect||02.00 - 3.15 pm|
|Moderator||Mr. V. K Mathews, Founder & Executive Chairman, The IBS group|
|Key Note Address||Dr. A Velumani C & MD, Thyrocare Technologies Ltd|
|Panelist||Mr. Thomas John Muthoot,CMD, Muthoot Fincorp
Mr. Sunil GuptaFounder, CEO & Director Innoval Digital Solutions Pvt Ltd
Mr. Tony Thomas, CIO, Nissan Mottor Corporation Ltd Ms. Dhanya Rajendran, Co-founder & Editor - in - cheif, The News Minute
|06||Tea Break||03.15 - 03.30 pm|
|07||Valedictory Session||3.30 - 4.30 pm|
|Introduction||Mr. C Padmakumar, Co-Chairman, TRIMA 2020|
|Key Note Address||Mr. Arun Kumar, Chairman & CEO, KPMG|
|Address By Chief Guest||Dr. K Ellangovan IAS, Principal Secretary, Department of industries and Commerce, Govt.Kerala|
|Presentation of||TMA-KIMS Paper presentation award|
|Summing up||CA. H. Vinod, Sr. Vice President,TMA|
|Vote of thanks||Mr. M.R Subramonian, Vice President, TMA|