Thursday, February 2, 2017

  • Executive General Management Programme (Batch-39) Module-2

    Programme Directors    : Profs. Rajluxmi V Murthy & P C Narayan

    Programme Dates           : 30 January - 3 February 2017

    Programme Venue         : MDC Conference Hall, IIMB Campus

    Programme Overview   :

    The Executive General Management Programme (EGMP) is a part-time certificate programme designed for functional managers aspiring to move into a general management role and fast-track managers who have recently moved into a general management role, to develop core business skills and competencies, which would equip them to handle issues involving cross-functional areas.

    The EGMP brings together participants from diverse backgrounds, skills and experience, thereby enabling peer learning. The eminent faculty of IIMB handles the curriculum. The EGMP participants involve themselves actively in case studies and discussions, role-play, games, etc. They benefit immensely through continuous learning and networking with peers from different backgrounds, during and after the programme.

    Programme URL:

    http://www.iimb.ernet.in/eep/product/253/Executive_General_Management_Programme_EGMP-40?management=GeneralMgmt&addurl=L00460&Ref=IIMBsite

  • Advanced Leadership Programme

    Programme Directors    : Prof. Ramnath Narayanswamy

    Programme Dates           : 30 January - 3 February 2017

    Programme Venue         : M-24, IIMB Campus

    Programme Overview   :

    Human spaces speak to us. Articulated for a particular function or purpose, spaces communicate what is worthwhile, meaningful and acceptable within their boundaries. Spaces are structured to welcome certain patterns of action and response, but not others.

    Human spaces can also control us, although it is not what we design them to do. Spaces are meant to focus, not to imprison, our thoughts, actions and feelings. All too easily, however, our spaces become our boxes.

    But we also need to be comfortable with abstract space. All manifest spaces have form and structure, but space itself does not. Like plasticine, waiting to be shaped by human hands, its possibilities are limitless.

    Programme URL:

    http://www.iimb.ernet.in/eep/product/231/Advanced_Leadership_Programme2?management=Leadership/HRM&addurl=S00920&Ref=IIMBsite