Strategic Leadership and Shaping Change
The two-day program scheduled on 17 and 18 January 2020 designed for heads of organizations and top management and is structured to facilitate them to initiate, shape and institutionalize changes in their organizations. The program explores the emerging external and internal environment, people & HR issues as well as strategy and strategic decision making, as process imperatives.
General Management Program by Prof. Indira Parikh
The General Management program is organized for entrepreneurs from Small and Medium Enterprises who seek to make their organizations grow exponentially well. As the program makes intellectual and emotional demands, participants should have an inquiring mind and capacity to think clearly. They must also have a high degree of adaptability and maturity to work and interact closely with other participants. The program is scheduled from 3 - 8 February and 2 - 5 March 2020
Entrepreneurship Series : Operations for Start-Ups
This two-day workshop is for current and aspiring start-up owners and entrepreneurs. It is designed to provide participants practical tools to map their core operations function and create a capability compass aligned to the customer value proposition. The course will also analyze the global operational challenges, and execution risks allied with getting a
new venture started.
Entrepreneurship Series : Finance for Entrepreneurs
The finance for entrepreneurs workshop addresses key questions which challenge all start-ups: how much money can and should be raised; when should it be raised and from whom; what is a reasonable valuation, and how should funding contracts and exit decisions be structured. Learn these important concepts from industry and academic leaders who have successfully built start-ups.
Entrepreneurship Series : Design Thinking Workshop
This intensive three-day workshop looks into the fundamentals of this “design thinking” - a creative approach to problem solving. Participants will learn the fundamentals, solve complex problems, create an environment to foster innovation and creativity, and learn the art of collaboration. It also involves the visual and tactile representations of knowledge and ideas.
Management Capability Series : Finance for Non-Finance Professionals
This two-day workshop is aimed to provide non – finance professions a thorough understanding of finance concepts in order to ensure the success of the business. Astute decision making based on sound knowledge of Business Finance leads to better financial performance of an organization. In today’s competitive world, every expense counts thereby necessitating commercially savvy decisions. Demystifying business finance by developing a commercial mind-set and comprehending financial analysis paves the way for relating business decisions to financial goals
Management Capability Series : Unleashing Business Performance with Theory of Constraints Principles
This workshop is a complete study in applying TOC principles in all aspects of business – Operations, marketing and sales, finance, distribution, and people management and prepares attendees to see the whole picture and derive immediate benefits such as quantum improvements in sales and profits, higher levels of customer satisfaction, lower working capital requirements, and improved human relationships. Participants learn the enabling paradigms, how to manage constraints, enable throughput accounting systems, and adopt the TOC process of on-going improvement within their business.