Amid a wide audience present at the Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce on Saturday,author Gopal Gureja released his book Organizational Schizophrenia. The book,which details the issues that affect organisations and the manner in which companies can deal with them,contains a painstaking research of five years. The book deals with the main concern of how companies need to satisfy their customers,while ensuring healthy growth dynamics for themselves. It also speaks about cultural schizophrenia that begins to crawl into the organisation when internal routines,operating processes and management priorities do not support the postural policy of a high degree of customer commitment, he says.
In Black and White
Life is a story best told in black-and-white. Based on this concept,photographer Sameer Desai sets off to remote locations in India with his backpack strapped on his shoulders and a camera around his neck. The shutterbug captures everything that fascinates him,from innocent and curious stares of a baby to a stack of vintage cameras. A collection of his photographs in black-and-white titled Rasta is displayed at Arc Asia,ABC Farm,Koregaon Park today. The exhibition features photographs shot by Desai at Mumbais most iconic venue.
After doing tours and music concerts in 22 cities across the country,LiveJam an NGO working among urban youth,is launching its Pune chapter with an Easter concert titled Adoration. Featuring Mumbai-based Hindi rock band Yeshua,world record-holding instrumentalist Benny Prasad and singer Bonny Andrews,the concert will be held at 5.30pm today in Alpa Bachat Bhavan. Andrews,who is also the founder of LiveJam,says,Its vision is transformation of urban youth through music and media.