Executive Business Management Programme – 2nd Pune Batch July 2015

Lighting the lamp of knowledge with best wishes for the participants

Ms. Radhieka R Mehta, Director, IGTC extended a warm welcome to the batch

Prof. Sydney Prabhu, Faculty at IGTC talks about Principles of Management

“I look at the IGTC Executive Programme as the fuel that will propel our company, and the individual, to the next level.  The participants from Vedic come from a hard core technical and engineering background, with varying levels of experience.

Based on his experience and maturity to grasp the practicality of all subjects, one of them now acts as a real stakeholder in Vedic.  He is taking steps for the overall good health of the organisation, not only as a SBU Head, but beyond.”

Nirav Sampat, Managing Director, Vedic Pac Systems Pvt. Ltd.

2nd EBMP Batch (July 2015 – June 2016) inaugurated in Pune 

Due to the overwhelming response of the Executive Business Management Programme in Pune, IGTC was proud to induct another batch of 29 managers into the learning experience on Saturday 11th July 2015.

The high performing managers are nominated from organisations such as Bosch Chassis Systems, Bosch Limited, Coventya India, Indovance Inc., Knorr-Bremse Technology Centre India, Kurtz Far East, Precison Seals Manufacturing, Puja Fluids Seals, Rittal India, Teradata India, Thyssenkrupp Industries, Volkswagen India and Wirtgen India. They come from diverse functional areas such as Finance, Marketing and Sales, Manufacturing Engineering, Production, Operations & Maintenance, HR and Administration, Customer Quality Management, Automotive Service Solutions and possess diverse work experience ranging from 3 years to 27 years.

Ms. Radhieka R Mehta, Director, IGTC welcomed the batch and introduced the speakers for the day. Mr. Zubin Kabraji, Regional Director, IGCC highlighted the role of the Chamber and the growing importance of Vocational Training.  Prof. Sydney Prabhu,Faculty for Principles of Management shared his view on the difference between knowledge and skill, knowledge refers to learning concepts whereas skill refers to the ability of using that information. Prof. Parmeswaran, Faculty for International Finance referred to thesignificance of being internationally sound. The participants of the first batch of the EBMP in Pune shared their experiences and welcomed the new batch to this phase of ‘unlearning, learning and re-learning’.

First reactions and learnings from the programme:

“I thank IGTC for the exciting first 6 days of eye opening, mind opening and extraordinary lectures, experience and knowledge put in front of us. I look forward to learning and applying through the programme” – Niyant Singh, Assistant Manager, IT Security, Volkswagen India

“The induction of this course was facilitated with excellent, energetic professors. Their method of imparting experience and exposure to the real world in terms of managerial responsibilities will definitely equip us to effectively carry out our role.  I was aware about performance being a function of ability and motivation over and over again. Having attended the recent sessions it definitely takes us closer to understanding the ways to align employee motivation, organizational environment and productivity. Looking forward to all upcoming sessions with these extraordinary faculty and batch mates.” – Anil Kedar, Associate Practice LeadGlobal Delivery Center, Teradata India

6th EBMP Batch (July 2015 – July 2016) inaugurated in Mumbai

On Saturday, 25th July 2015, IGTC inaugurated the 6th Batch of the Executive Business Management Programme in Mumbai with 18 managers from BASF India, Batliboi Limited, Bosch Limited, Coating Specialities (I) Ltd., HDFC Ergo General Insurance Company Ltd., LANXESS India Pvt. Ltd., Merck India Ltd., NABARD, Rittal India Private Ltd., Siemens Ltd.

Ms. Radhieka R Mehta, Director, IGTC welcomed the batch and highlighted how management is common sense and this programme will help them gain the right knowledge to succeed in the professional world. Prof. Anant Amdekar, Faculty for Business Law emphasised that commitment is extremely important and the time spent during the programme is worth the investment. Participants from preceding EBMP Batch shared their experiences in terms of learnings, knowledge gained from the extraordinary faculty, friendships and bonds developed, and much more. Prof. Sydney Prabhu, Faculty for Principles of Management shared his outlook on knowledge being fragmented and how the programme acts as a facilitator to tie the loose ends together.

The lamp of knowledge was lit to wish all success to the participants. This batch will be engaged from July 2015 – June 2016 on the learning path.