Accelerated Management Programme: Increasing Managerial Effectiveness

When you aspire to move from a specialist role as a manager or a functional expert to general management role you realise that you need an altogether new set of skill sets that can help you to accelerate your transition. This AMP will help prepare you to become your organisation’s future leaders by helping you transition smoothly from functional expert into general management.

The programme focuses on key areas influencing business and management, financial systems, execution, value creation and leadership. You will gain a practical understanding of methodologies employed to implement the best global practices.

Dates and Venue

August 13, 2018 - August 19, 2018
INR 4,50,000 plus tax
Phase1: Aug 13-19, 2018 at ISB, Hyderabad Campus
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October 01, 2018 - October 07, 2018
Phase 2: Oct 01 - 07, 2018

Who should attend

High performing line and staff leaders, functional leaders to get a cross-functional perspective of business and be ready for moving into general management roles. Managers who need capabilities to lead cross-functional teams.

KEY BENEFITS

  • Readiness to take on broader responsibilities that require leading outside your area of expertise
  • Improved capacity for strategic decision-making and ability to think faster and more creatively about current competitive strategies and solutions
  • Better understanding of organisational dynamics to improve the design and implementation of new initiatives and avoid destructive conflicts
  • Capabilities for leading cross-functional teams
  • Knowledge in core areas of business,including finance, marketing, management and strategy

INDICATIVE LIST OF PARTICIPANT COMPANIES

  • Abbott Healthcare Private Limited
  • ACC Limited
  • Larsen & Toubro Limited
  • Levi Strauss & Co.
  • S P Jain School Of Global Management
  • Smithkline Beecham Private Limited
  • Verizon Communication India Pvt. Ltd

Faculty

Atul Nerkar, University of North Carolina
Olivier Tabatoni, Said Business School
Dishan Kamdar, Indian School of Business