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Management Development Programs 2022

 
SDM Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) like to present the 2022 edition of Management Development Programs (MDPs). MDP 2022 is focused on changing demands in business and needs of professional executives. Over the years SDMIMD’s MDP is known for its Executive Education offering in different sectors at different levels in an organization.
 
The MDP 2022 will introduce the participants with the latest tools, techniques and skills in Strategic Management, Leadership, HR, OB, Marketing, Finance, Operations Management and General Management.
 
MDP 2022 is designed to meet the needs of the working executives of all levels. The sessions are planned to take the participants from unlearn to relearn to enhancing the learning.
 
Quick Contact: 
Ms. Rekha Ganapathy
Coordinator – MDPs
Tel: +91-821-2429722 Extn: 4215
Mobile: 97427 22906
Email : mdp@sdmimd.ac.in

The Chronicle - B-School Survey 2022

The Chronicle - All India B-School Survey 2022 has ranked SDMIMD 25th among the Top 50 B Schools (Overall Ranking). SDMIMD bagged the A+ ranking in the Grade-wise Listing; and, 7th among Top B-Schools in the Southern Region.

Webinar on Dynamic Leadership

The 6th Onboarding Virtual Webinar for the PGDM 2022-2024 was organized on June 17, 2022, on Dynamic leadership for Organizational Excellence. The invited speaker of the webinar Dr. Nilanjan Sengupta, Chairman, AEC, and Professor - OB/HR, SDMIMD, discussed the various leadership types, styles, and leadership effectiveness along with the need for embracing ethical leadership. The webinar witnessed students enthusiastically participating during the session.

Webinar on Marketing and Social Enterprises

A webinar session was conducted on the theme  Marketing and Social Enterprises by Dr M R Suresh for the incoming PGDM students. The session focused on the importance of integrating the Bottom of Pyramid in the market system to make globalisation meaningful. The poor enthusiastically participate in the market as per research studies. In many situations, giving examples, Dr Suresh highlighted that  the Bottom of Pyramid markets became the main business of organisations. A distinction was made between socially responsible businesses and social enterprises. The social enterprise, an emerging form, applies marketing and business principles to achieve social goals. Increasingly sustainability is also getting incorporated in social enterprises. In addition, in the post pandemic era, social and sustainability dimensions are part of brand evaluation by consumers. There are well known brands developed social enterprises in the food and beverage sector. Social  enterprises consciously adopt such practices addressing triple bottomline dimensions. Dr Suresh also indicated opportunities for social enterprises in the startup ecosystem with favourable government policies.

The Education World B-School Ranking 2022

The Education World B-School Ranking 2022 has ranked SDMIMD in 22nd among 64 Top Private B Schools in India; 4th among 13 Private B Schools in Karnataka; and, 7th among 10 Private B Schools in 'Infrastructure' category.

Certificate Expertise award to Dr. Sunil M.V

Dr. Sunil M.V., Head - Academic Administration, SDMIMD, Mysore, has been awarded a 'Certificate of Expertise' in academic libraries by Knimbus - the leading digital library platform. The award is for exemplary achievements and outstanding work in the field of technology adoption in the field of library services. Dr. Akhtar Parvez, Former, Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIM-I) and HoD, Central Library, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, was the guest of honor.

Webinar on 'Stress and its Nature'

An interactive webinar was organized for the PGDM 2022-2024 Batch on the topic 'Stress and its Nature' on June 4, 2022. The resource person for the session Dr. Mousumi Sengupta, Professor - OB/HR, SDMIMD, started the session with a discussion on different viewpoints about stress and its nature. The potential sources of stress, which individuals generally experience at work and in their personal lives, were discussed. Dr. Mousumi highlighted the consequences of stress (both positive and negative) and finally, discussed the individual strategies, such as time management techniques, physical exercise, and meditation.