Vice-president of Indo-Global Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (IGCCIA) Foueti Motuhifonua said organisations and companies that do not allow constructive criticism often see negative growth.
Speaking after inaugurating the international seminar on ‘Contemporary issues in management training’ organised by Anjuman College of Arts, Science and Commerce here on Saturday, he said many organisations never take criticism in a positive sense, which hinders the growth the organisation.
He said that if the companies wished to flourish and face the competition stiffly, then they should create an atmosphere where constructive criticism is welcomed with an open heart.
Asserting that good management was the key for sustainable business, he said adopting new skills and innovative ides was a critical part of good management.
Senate member of University of Pune Aftab Anwar Shaikh highlighted the need to have trained and skilled employees.
If the companies wish to flourish, they should create an atmosphere where constructive criticism is welcomed