It is with great pleasure and immense pride that we inform you that all 8 sessions that SymIndia delivered in Microsoft Tech.Ed 2009—5 sessions in the Management Track delivered by Ranga and 3 sessions in the Technology Track delivered by Meena have received overwhelming feedback. Participants have eloquently expressed the feedback on the ‘great value-add’ they received from attending these sessions.
The Management Track was ably supported by Malathy Krishnan and Sanath Kumar, while Gayathri Kumar ably supported the Technology Track, and she also handled the demos on stage for the session on Workflow Foundation.
The session titles are as follows:
Management Track – “Theme – Surfing through the Recession Tsunami”
- Practical Tips to Manage Projects Productively
- Managing Crucial Conversations
- Growing from an Efficient Manager to a Great Leader
- Q & A session – wherein the participants could ask questions from the above-mentioned topics for which Ranga would provide the responses
- Creating Strategic Influence on Stake-holders (delivered in the Architect Track of Tech.Ed)
- Extending Workflow Foundation with Custom Activities
- Solving Enterprise Integration Challenges with BizTalk Server
- Birds of the Same Feather – Integrating BizTalk and WCF
On the day of Tech.Ed, the news item from Microsoft carried Ranga and Meena as prominent speakers at the Tech.Ed.
Af ter attending Ranga’s Management Sessions on Day-1, a senior reporter from The Economic Times conducted an unscheduled interview of him and his views have appeared in Page 5 of The Economic Times dated May 14 th , titled ‘No Blues for Corporate Mentors’… Attached is the scanned copy of this article… As you are aware Ranga has been playing the role of Corporate Mentor to some of our key clients and also as an Executive Coach to many senior corporate leaders through ISB for their Global Leadership Programmes. Ranga’s interview will also appear in their television channel in due course. Ranga has been invited to write for The Economic Times too.