February 26, 2012

Off-beat Courses at Top B-Schools

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore -


PROGRAMME: Learnings from Sports
DURATION: Two Days
STARTING IN: March 2012


Growth opportunities: 
HELPS senior managers deal with different managerial skills and handle groups, which is part of their job.


Class Strength:
THE enrollment has started, and IIM-B and TENVIC have approached different companies. They expect at least 25-30 senior managers. If it succeeds, it will be a twice-a-year or three times-ayear feature.


Objective:
TO give participants an exposure to innovative concepts altruistic mentoring, performance-based leadership, managing the ups and downs of the game, cross-training, and equipping them with skills beyond their role. There will be classroom discussions, interactive sessions, panel discussions where industry experts and sports personalities from corporate India will be facilitators.


Main Content :
LEARNING from others, integrating with the environment and improving management


Genesis :
THE programme took shape when two IIM-B alumni, who work for cricketer Anil Kumbleowned sports company TENVIC, suggested using sports to hone leadership skills as one of their executive management programmes. This had been done in the US before but never in India. Participants will be guided on leadership, how to manage multiple layers, deal with being the “captain” of a team or even “just an executive,” and coping with new job opportunities. 



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Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar.

PROGRAMME:
Three-Continent Master of Global Management.

DURATION: 12 months
STARTED IN: September 2011
Content:
THE Euro 40,000 programme, a result of a partnership between XIM, Bhubaneswar, Antwerp Management School, Belgium and Fordham Graduate School of Business, New York, has been structured to draw upon the strengths of each country. For India, it is bottomof-the-pyramid and social entrepreneurship; for New York, it is finance and innovation and for Antwerp, it is marketing in a multicultural society. 


Objective:
CREATE global managers in the true sense of the term.


Targets:
HIGH-potential recent university graduates. The current batch consists of 16 students from Europe, two from the US, two from China, one from Indonesia, Turkey and India respectively.


Job Opportunities :
ALL three institutes offer career services, and almost all the roles are in general management. 


Compensation :
STILL early to say as the first batch is yet to be placed. But in India, it is likely to start at Rs 12 lakh onwards, and will be more in the other countries.


Genesis:
THE idea was born when the deans of these institutes met. They felt real global managers are born when students immerse themselves in the local culture and business, and imbibe the experience of three continents.


Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management, Shillong
PROGRAMME: Executive post graduate programme in international business.
DURATION: 12 months.
STARTED IN: April 2011.


Objective:
PRODUCE leaders who can handle the current market turbulence and dynamic corporate environment effectively.


Job Opportunities:
STRATEGIC roles and senior positions in companies operating in emerging markets with a focus on India and China.


Content:
THE programme focuses on leadership skills essential for senior management positions. The curriculum is adapted from best practices from Asian countries. It is a blend of basic management courses and specialized modules. Another aspect is the training under Mystique Management and Mind Mapping through outdoor learning camps.


Targets:
PROFESSIONALS with atleast three years’ work experience, preferably internationally. IIM-S has entered into an MoU with Ocean University of China to start this programme, which involves a six-month stay and internship in China.


Compensation:ANNUAL salary could range between $36,000 and $1,20,000

IIM Ranchi
PROGRAMME: Certificate course on ‘Barefoot Manager’
DURATION: 15 days
STARTING IN: July 2012


Targets :
MICRO entrepreneurs and panchayat officials. The video-based programme will impart management concepts to even illiterate people. While higher education takes people away from their villages, this one encourages people to stay back.


Class Strength :
THE target enrolment for 2012-13 is 1,500 Content EVALUATING business opportunities, consumer-oriented business philosophy, product design, distribution, promotion, pricing, accounting, sustainable consumption and production, ethics and society.


Job Opportunities:
SELF-employment Plans IIM-R is getting voluntary organizations, micro-finance companies and the government to help roll out the programme. There are plans to make this certificate mandatory for benefits from the government or micro loans from banks.

Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
PROGRAMME : PG Programme for Executives on Visionary Leadership for Manufacturing DURATION: 1 year
STARTED IN: August 27, 2007


Objectives:
Provide skill-based training to transform mid-level managers in the Indian manufacturing industry into visionary leaders.


Content:
36 weeks’ classroom interaction, case studies, tutorials, laboratory sessions, project work at IIM-C, IIT-M and IIT-K Eight weeks’ internship in industry Three to four weeks’ industry visits in India and abroad.


Genesis :
THE programme is based on a partnership between IIM-C, IIT-K, IIT-M and CII. The National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council plays a catalytic role, with support from Japan International Cooperation Agency.


Job Opportunities:
STUDENTS of the first four batches have been placed in leading Indian companies.

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2 comments:

  1. Hello Friends.........

    Great information.Thanks for sharing this useful information with all of us.Keep sharing more in the future.

    Have a nice time ahead.

    Thanks

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  2. What exactly mean by Top B School? What is definition? Tomorrow we will come to know that it means producing top foolish graduates.......

    we have top panwala in our town.... also top sweeper in our town who clean our city streets... we also have top garbage yard in the city every corner....

    These top concept become subject of debate in India. Why ? because this Top Business has no global recognition..

    These concept of "Top" do not fit into Global Standard of Business Schools.

    Because none of these Top has ever produced any Nobel Laureates or Noble Prize Nominee forget about Nobel Prize winning ability of these so called "Top" B Schools in India.

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