IIMA offers to you a programme on Organizational Leadership for theTwenty-First Century (Online) scheduled during February 27 – March 21, 2021.
IIMA believes leadership will be the most critical resource and developing leaders the most critical activity in the next century. We have developed a unique programme addressed to this need. This programme is unique in that it is based almost entirely on readings of literature and reflecting on them rather than on managerial articles and case studies.
Interpreting literature and drawing one’s own conclusions based on the readings has been found to be an excellent method of learning and self-development. Such a course was first started by Prof. James March two decades ago in Stanford University and was a great success. A similar course is running at IIMA taught by the co-ordinators of this programme, named Leadership: Vision, Meaning and Reality since 1989 and continues to be a highly popular course.
IIMA is sure you will have no hesitation in nominating your executives for this programme. The last date for receiving nominations is February 13, 2021.
For more information and programme brochure, please get in touch with the Programme Coordinator, Ms. Hridam Agarwal through Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Mobile: +91- 70690 10184, Phone: +91-79-7152 6406.
Prof. Asha Kaul & Prof. S. Manikutty Faculty Co-Chairs – Organizational Leadership for the Twenty-First Century
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