Programme Type

LDP

Course Duration

12 Months

Deadline to apply

8th January , 2022

Course fee

₹3,62,000 + GST (Excluding Registration fee)

Class timings

Thursdays, 6.45 PM– 9.45 PM

Programme Overview

Programme Objectives

Programme Content

The programme will include the following modules:

• Women in Management: An introduction to specific issues women face as they navigate their careers in organisations
1. Confronting problems faced by women in organisations
2. Economics of contemporary women labour force in the corporate world
3. Global gender perspectives in business (Part I)

• Leading and Managing Teams
1. Managing and leading teams
2. Conflict management
3. Effective negotiations

• Strategic Leadership

• Bird’s Eye View of Organisational Functions
1. Basics of Financial Accounting
2. Introduction to Financial Markets
3. Marketing
4. Operations

• Managing in a Digital Age
1. Digital Marketing
2. Data Analytics

• Leadership Communication
1. Persuasion and Argumentation
2. Articulating through a management situation - Proposals
3. Communication Analytics

• Legal and Human Resource Perspectives
1. Human Resource Management
2. Legal Perspectives

• Working Women in Emerging Markets
1. Post-colonial women (Part 1)
2. Public private partnerships (Part 1)

• Building One’s Leadership Potential
1. Self-awareness and Emotional Intelligence
2. Coaching and Mentoring

1. Interpersonal Skills
2. Post-Colonial Woman
3. Narratives

Programme Highlights

Course Detail

Pedagogy
Key Learning Outcomes
Programme Delivery
Campus Immersion
Who Should Attend?
Eligibility Criteria
Admission Criteria

Faculty

Prof. Nimruji Prasad Jammulamadaka

Prof. Nimruji Prasad Jammulamadaka

Associate Professor – Organisational Behaviour

Nimruji Prasad obtained her PhD from the IIT Kanpur and an MBA from IRMA. At IIMC, she teaches courses like Behavioural Sciences, Organisation Structure and Design, Leadership & Change Management, etc., in PGP and Doctoral Programmes. She was the Division Co-chair of Critical Management Studies of the Academy of Management for 2016–17 – the first Indian resident to be elected to a leadership position at the Academy. Her research works – in post-colonial management studies, power, organisation design and CSR – had been published widely and won several awards and recognitions. She has authored books like, Indian Business: Notions and Practices of Responsibility (2017) and Governance, Resistance and the Post-colonial State: Management and State Building (2017). She has also been co-editor of the Springer Nature book series Managing the Post-colony.

Assessment & Certification

Evaluation
Certification
Sample Certificate
Alumni Status Benefits

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