Management teaching is a specialized competence with three specific sub-competencies: course design, class preparation and delivery, and creation of specific teaching aids. This programme seeks to address these competencies in the context of management teaching. Use of technology in higher education has moved beyond teaching aids to MOOCs and asynchronous modes of learning. This programme will introduce participants to the nuances of digital learning, including flipped classrooms and blended programmes.
Programme Dates: 22 – 24 April 2019 (Mon,Tue,Wed)
Programme Days: 03 Days
The programme will help management teachers hone/sharpen their skills, including course design ,classroom delivery and assessments
Help teachers network with each other and share best-in-class practices and processes.
Deadline For Registration
15th March 2019, The allotment of places will be on first-come-first serve basis, which automatically closes on reaching the total of 65 (Max TWO from each Institute).
Programme fee: Programme Fee per Participant (Residential Fee, on twin occupancy) : Rs. 30,000+ Rs. 5,400 (18% GST) = Rs. 35,400
Subsidy from AIMS: 50% of the fee will be borne by AIMS and 50% per participant (Rs.17,700) is required to be paid by Member Institute. Travel and other costs, if any, will be borne by the respective institute.
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How to Apply
Interested candidates are requested to make 50% of the payment and apply online to AIMS using the registration form available on AIMS Website at www.aims.org.in. Allocation of seats will be on first-come-first-serve basis only. For any further query / assistance please write to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact: 040-23417876 / 48544057.
On Completion of the programme, a participation certificate will be issued by IIMB.
Rs.17,700 per participant.
Mode of Payment: Only by Online Transfer to Axis Bank Account: 068010100035918, IFS Code: UTIB0000068, Secunderabad Branch, quoting Association of Indian Management Schools, as beneficiary. After making the payment, the payment and participant details, in the prescribed registration form available on AIMS Website www:aims.org.in should be submitted on or before the last date, only online.
Programme Contents / Outline
• Course design: Deciding the positioning of the course within the programme; designing the flow of modules and topics in the course; defining the assurance of learning (AOL) and various forms of evaluations (exams, quizzes, assignments, projects, and simulation games); and decisions around pedagogy mix in the courses.
• Class preparation and delivery: Specific focus on case method of teaching; case selection, pre-class preparation, class room choreography, student engagement, managing blackboard plans; customizing teaching styles to different audiences; creating your own teaching style.
• Case writing: Specific tools and techniques for writing management cases; defining case leads and learning outcomes; writing the case narrative; sourcing data for primary and secondary cases; the case writing project as a research programme; and writing effective teaching notes.
Full-time tenured (or tenure-track) faculty and Professors of Practice on the rolls of Member Institutes of AIMS.
The programme will use a multiplicity of pedagogies, including case method of teaching.
Prof Srinivasan R
Prof Srinivasan R is Professor of Corporate Strategy & Policy at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. His current research focuses on characterizing rapid growth firms; studying platform-mediated networks; and strategic decision making in top management teams.
Srinivasan received his doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad in 1998. He received the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund scholarship for his doctoral research at IIM Ahmedabad. He worked for about eight years at IIM Lucknow before joining IIM Bangalore. His areas of teaching at the postgraduate and doctoral levels have been Platform business models, Corporate Strategy, Competitiveness, and Strategy Process Research. He has been visiting faculty at the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany and the University of Rome Tor Vergata, delivering courses and lectures on Platform Business Models and Open Innovation.
He has been Vice President of the Case Research Society of Indiaand has mentored a number of faculty and doctoral students in pedagogy and case teaching & writing. He has actively engaged with institutions including the NITIE, IIMs, CCS NIAM, and Christ University in designing and delivering faculty development programmes, with focus on case writing and teaching.
Prof Sourav Mukherji
Professor Sourav Mukherji teaches postgraduate courses at IIM Bangalore on Organization Design and Inclusive Business Models.
As an academician, Sourav’s expertise is in organization design – structures, processes and culture that enable organizations to achieve their strategic objectives. He has authored many case studies on social enterprises, several of which have been published online by the Harvard Business Press. Sourav has been a consultant to organizations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, advising them on organization design and financial sustainability. He received the UNDP Fellowship for Research in Inclusive Business Models and the Villgrow Fellowship for Research on Social Entrepreneurship.
Sourav is passionate about teaching. He receives high ratings both from young MBA students and industry practitioners attending Executive Education Programmes. He was awarded the IIMB Alumni Award for Faculty of the Year and the IBM Faculty Award. At present, he is establishing IIMB’s Centre for Teaching and Learning that is involved in research and training related to teaching methods and their effectiveness in the domain of management and leadership.
At IIM Bangalore, he has held several leadership positions such as Dean of Academic Programmes (2015 - 2018), Chairperson of the Post Graduate (MBA) Programme (2014-2015) and Chairperson Placements (2006-2009). He led IIMB’s successful efforts in getting accreditation from EQUIS, in 2010 and in 2016. He was a key member of IIMB’s leadership team involved in mentoring IIM Visakhapatnam and served as its Nodal Officer during 2015-2016.
About CTL - (IIMB's Centre of Excellence for Teaching & Learning)
CTL has been set up to understand evolving best practices of teaching and learning and to disseminate such understanding for increasing teaching effectiveness.
In collaboration with leading centres of learning across the world, CTL is involved in research pertaining to pedagogy, learning and education. CTL also conducts teaching workshops for faculty and doctoral students, thus acting as a national resource for improving the standards of teaching in institutes of higher education.
Founded in 1988 as a registered society, the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), a non-profit professional organization, has since grown into a powerful network of over 780 top management schools of national and international repute in the country. It is one of the largest networks of management schools in the world and the official representative of Indian Management Schools in India as well as in some important international forums.
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