“MANAGERIAL EXCELLENCE THROUGH INDIAN ETHOS”
TAPMI’s Center for Indian Culture, Heritage and Management was established in 2009 to promote studies on Indian Ethos in management. With the growing focus and excitement about the Indian model of management in the global arena, the Center has undertaken a study titled Managerial Excellence through Indian Ethos with funding from AICTE.
The Center for Indian Culture, Heritage and Management will be holding a National Level Conference on the topic “Managerial Excellence through Indian Ethos” on the 8th February 2013 at Manipal. This will be the third conference since its establishment.
Purpose: Management literature in India is mainly borrowed from the west, whereas the Indian management practices are driven largely by national culture and ethos. Thus there is a conflict between theory and practice. This is a major roadblock in training young managers, who are educated in pedagogy not is not in tune with their mental models. This was appreciated in the East Asian countries, notably Japan and China, who blended their cultures with their management systems. Time has come to adopt this missing learning objective into the academic portals in India too.
The Center for Indian Culture, Heritage and Management at TAPMI, which was established in 2009, tries to address this need. It has already published Two Books and a few papers in international conferences on this area.
Speakers: The List of Invited Speakers is as follows.
|Mr R Seshasayee||Executive Vice Chairman, Ashok Leyland|
|Mr Suresh||AICTE- New Delhi|
|Dr. Jayasankaran||Advisor, NMIMS University|
|Swami Mitrananda||Chinmaya Mission, Chennai|
|Mr Radhakrishnan Pillai||Author, 'Corporate Chanakya'|
|Ms Sunita Singh Sengupta||Professor of OB, FMS, Delhi|
|Dr Subhash Sharma||Professor, Indus Business Academy|
|Dr G Shree Menon||IRS, Commissioner, Customs and Excise, Panaji, Goa|
|Mr Arunachalam Muruganandam||Entrepreneur, Founder , Jayashree Industries|
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