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Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad to conduct Executive Management Program from 11 to 13 Oct.


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Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) in collaboration with Institute of Certified Professional Managers of Sri Lanka (CPM) and Institute of Certified Management Accountants of Sri Lanka (CMA) supported by the Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) will conduct the IIMA Executive Education Programme 2018 on ‘Leading Organisations For Performance Enhancement’ a senior management program to take organisations to the next level from 11 to 13 October at Hotel Taj Samudra.    

IIMA established in 1961 collaborated with Harvard Business School (HBS) the top business school in USA and is the number one business school in India and was the first Indian business school to achieve international recognition in 2002. 

The top IIMA management faculty includes:

  • Prof. Amit Karna Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) an Associate Professor of Strategic Management at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA). 
  • Prof. Sebastian Morris (Faculty Chair) Fellow (IIM, Calcutta); MSc (Int.) (Phys.), IIT, Bombay Professor is a Member of the Economics, and Public Systems Areas. 
  • Prof. Neharika Vohra Ph.D. (Manitoba) is a psychologist who teaches organisational behaviour at IIM Ahmedabad as a full time faculty.  
  • Prof. Saral Mukerjee Fellow (IIM Calcutta) is currently the Associate Professor Production and Quantitative Methods Area at IIM Ahmedabad. 

The program is about how organisations after a period of success get set in ways that can result in divergence between the demands of the environment and the processes and structures within organisations need to be adaptable. 

This program will bring insights from cases of successful transformations covering various dimensions of strategy and functions, including operations, and the extant knowledge to enable leaders to bring about the trans-formation of organisations for high performance.

Program highlights include: 

  • The idea of strategy and strategic change.
  • Organisational processes.  
  • Operational strategies for high growth
  • Organisational leadership and change management.

This program is meant for Leaders, Managing Directors, CEOs, COOs, General Managers, Senior Corporate Managers of Public Quoted, Group, Multinational, Banking, Finance, Insurance, Industry, Services, Retail, Exports, Imports, Agricultural and Plantation, State Corporations, Government-owned and Private Sector companies facing the challenge of growth and organisational transformation.

The venue for the program will be Gregory Room, Hotel Taj Samudra, Colombo. 

IIM Ahmedabad with CPM and CMA will issue a certificate of participation. 

Those interested to participate please contact Dilshan on mobile: +94 714 775 125/+94 11 2 590 995 or email: registration@cpmsrilanka.org.


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