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Business Desk :
Leadership can change an organisation through collaboration and cooperation. The learning's from the ongoing pandemic will also help businesses modify their operation faster than it was thought earlier.
Such business transformation requires dynamic leadership, emotional bonding among team members, trust and above all readiness to accept innovation and fresh ideas.
Speakers came with the views at a members' conference held on Saturday, where Grameenphone CEO Yasir Azman was the chief guest. The virtual discussion on 'Business Transformation- Recipe for Survival and Success' was organized by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB), said a press release.
ICAB president Muhammad Farooq delivered the address of welcome while Dewan Nurul Islam, past president, ICAB and Managing Director, Grant Thornton Consulting Bangladesh Limited presided over the conference as the Session Chairman.
NKA Mobin, Member Council of ICAB introduced the theme of the conference while Jasmine Ahmed, Senior Vice President, Global Finance Transformation, News Corp, New York, USA and ex Sr. Vice President, Business Transformation of Dentsu Aegis Network, New York, USA presented the keynote paper.
Yasir Azman said technology is just a tool for business transformation, but real transformation depends on transparency between leadership and members of any organisation. He said no leadership can change an organisation if leadership in the different ladders do not collaborate and cooperate. Business change is a must, he said, as learning from the ongoing pandemic will help businesses alter their operation quicker than it was thought earlier. The chief executive officer of the largest local telecom carrier said, "We will ultimately understand that everything we had before Covid-19 was not good."

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