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S.S.Sreejith is a management executive and a researcher in International Business, specializing in business strategy and HR, with management and research experience in India and Taiwan. His expertise lies in High-Performance Work Systems (HPWS), its implementation in companies, and its relationships with overall corporate performance. He has also worked in the critical areas of Business Values and Firm Performance. Mr. Sreejith has conducted management sessions for International business, Logistics & SCM, HR, Strategic management, and Marketing and Executive development including personality development. His key goal for the organization is to double each company’s profits in a year’s time. He is working with several companies in Asia in the areas of business development and overall corporate performance. For the past 16 years Mr. Sreejith has worked in top managerial and teaching positions with Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd, Jalgaon; KTM Agro Forestry Division, Coimbatore; Career development foundation of India (Associate partners of the University of Cambridge, the UK in India), Chennai; School of Communication and Management Studies, Cochin, India; National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; Triumphant Institute of Management Education; Vidyabharathi group of Institutions, Cochin; and London College of Business and Finance, India before joining as CEO of Global Institute of Integral Management Studies. His specialties are International business operations, HR & High-Performance work systems, Logistics &SCM, Business strategy, and Knowledge management. He has industrial, academic, consultancy, and research experiences in Management & Business. Mr. Sreejith has also been a business consultant to Highland holiday homes, Trade-India’s exporter’s yellow pages, and a research analyst to Govt. of India’s farming systems research station in Kerala. He is a BSc Agriculture Graduate with a Masters in International Business and also has a Cambridge International Diploma in Business HR. His research work is on-going.


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