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Management Development Programs 2021

 
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Ms. Rekha Ganapathy,Coordinator – MDPs
Mobile: 97427 22906
Email : mdp@sdmimd.ac.in 
SDM Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) like to present the 2021 edition of Management Development Programs (MDPs). MDP 2021 is focused on changing demands in business and needs of professional executives. Over the years SDMIMD’s MDP is known for its Executive Education offering in different sectors at different levels in an organization.
 
The MDP 2021 will introduce the participants with the latest tools, techniques and skills in Strategic Management, Leadership, HR, OB, Marketing, Finance, Operations Management and General Management.
 
MDP 2021 is designed to meet the needs of the working executives of all levels. The sessions are planned to take the participants from unlearn to relearn to enhancing the learning.
Online MDP 2021 Calendar | MDP Guidelines

9th International E-Conference on Emerging Trends in Corporate Finance and Financial Markets - October 28-29, 2021
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Dr. M. Sriram, Conference Chair
Tel: +91-821-2429722 Extn: 1107
M: +91-9036096366
Economies across the globe have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic early 2020. Capital Markets in India during the same period have seen a bullish trend despite challenging economic outlook. On a positive note, the bulging NPA levels have witnessed a downward trend thanks to the active role of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC). The likely strengthening of banks’ financials is expected to streamline credit flows which is one of the key drivers of growth of a country. In hindsight, the markets seem to be insulated from the vagaries of the macroeconomic factors. The Indian market is valued at almost twice that of China’s capital market. A major part of foreign direct investments into India is in the form of portfolio investments in the capital markets. This is due to printing of currencies by world economies to overcome the recessionary trend. The additional currencies have flown into emerging markets like India. Whether the bullish trend is transitory or not hinges on the Central Bank’s decision on key policy rates and macroeconomic outlook of the future. Given the integrated nature of the global markets, change in key policy rates of the U.S becomes a critical determinant of the bull run in India. The dynamics of corporate finance and the functioning of capital markets are expected to change in this new normal. The conference provides a platform to deliberate on the aforesaid issues.
 
Enthused by the resounding success of the earlier international conferences on Finance, Accounting and Banking, SDMIMD takes pleasure in announcing the 9th International Conference on 28th and 29th of October,2021.
 
The conference is organized under the aegis of BCIC (Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce) – SDMIMD Center for Management Excellence.

Conference Webpage: https://www.sdmimd.ac.in/financeconference2021


6th International E-Conference on Economic Growth and Sustainable Development- Emerging Trends - November 25-26, 2021

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Dr. B. Venkatraja
Conference Chair
M: +91-9480342652
Email: iec2021@sdmimd.ac.in

The trends of global economic growth reflect two contracting stories. If many of the African and some of the Asian economies failed in pulling off the much-desired growth, rise of countries like Japan, Singapore, South Korea, China etc surprised the world. India stays somewhere in between these two extremes.  Development is neither universal nor uniform.  In the market driven economy, the fruits of development are not distributed evenly leading to imbalanced society. The persistent economic crisis in different parts of the world has made economists to wonder whether the practicing economic growth models are potential enough to generate sustainability in growth.  Economists and policy makers also ponder the question of how large is the size of trade-off between economic growth and sustainable development.Thus,the major and immediate challenge of the current century is to generate growth which is inclusive and sustainable. In order to create a better and sustainable future, Governments, Corporates and NGOs need to work collectively and playing their respective roles most effectively. The COVID-19 pandemic has added to the challenges of economic sustainability. In this backdrop, to provide a stimulating platform for academicians and practitioners to reflect, deliberate, and suggest measures that are needed both at macro and the micro levels to elevate India and other backward economies to higher and sustained growth trajectory, Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) under the aegis of BCIC SDMIMD Centre for Excellence in Management Studies is organizing the international conference on “Economic Growth and Sustainable Development- Emerging Trends” on November 25 & 26, 2021. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the uncertainties relating to it, the conference would be held online.  

Conference Webpage: https://www.sdmimd.ac.in/iec2021/


International Partners Research Conference 2021

SDMIMD is partnering with the University of Dundee School of Business to jointly organize the International Partners Research Conference 2021 on 29 November 2021. The focus of this conference is on issues related to socio-economic development and submissions from all disciplines related to this overarching theme are welcome. The conference’s aim is to encourage research collaborations across the participating institutions and between individual researchers.

For any clarification, please send a mail to UDSBBusiness2021@dundee.ac.uk


9th International E-Conference on Talent management and Leadership challenges in the new normal business - December 16-17, 2021

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Dr. Mousumi Sengupta
Conference Chair
Phone: 0821-2429722; Extn: 1104
E-mail : hrcon2021@sdmimd.ac.in

Since 2011, Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) has organized Human resource conferences, which have witnessed participation from researchers, consultants, academicians, students, from India and abroad. Due to the Covid 19 situation, in the present year, SDMIMD has decided to organize the International E-Conference on “Talent management and Leadership challenges in the new normal business”, on 16-17 December 2021, under the aegis of BCIC SDMIMD Centre for Excellence in Management Studies. The conference aims to address various people-related challenges, related to the leadership and talent management, in the present uncertain business situation.
 
Along with the virtual presentations from several international speakers during the two days of the conference, the conference will provide an opportunity to the participants to share their viewpoints on management issues, through online presentations of research articles and experience sharing mode.
 
Papers are invited from academicians, management practitioners, consultants, research scholars, and students to contribute their write-ups and papers on the following topics (only suggestive):
 
Talent Management, Emotional Intelligence, Stress Management, HR analytics, conflict management, sustainable HRM, CSR, HR governance, Global HRM, Cross-cultural management, Change management, work life balance, flexi-work, and so on.

Conference Webpage: https://www.sdmimd.ac.in/hrconference2021/


International Conference on Marketing in Turbulent Times: Challenges and Opportunities - January 27-28, 2021
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Dr. S. Saibaba
Conference Chair & Coordinator
Phone: 0821-2429722; Extn: 1002
The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the global markets and caused enormous changes in the market landscape. For instance, it was estimated that the total worldwide retail sales declined by 5.7% in 2020, to $23.4 trillion, and the impact was worse than the financial crisis in 2009 (Business Insider, 2020). On the other hand, the worldwide retail e-commerce sales grew by 27.6% in 2020, for a total of $4.28 trillion (eMarketer, 2021). The unprecedented impact of pandemic is visible in almost all industries, although many of them learned to adjust with the uncertainties, and few businesses have transformed and benefitted by adopting innovative marketing strategies. Hence, the global marketers are confronted with many challenges and required to be creative and flexible in planning and implementing their strategies successfully. During these challenging times, the global consumers are changing their behavioural patterns quickly, suiting to the new order of personal and professional lifestyles. For instance, restrictions in travel resulted in new mobility patterns; working from home followed a new outlook of social life; the increased focus on safety and hygiene resulted in healthier lifestyles; uncertainty and limited earning potential, leading to more demand for value-based offerings; and increased use of Internet technologies, defining the varied digital characteristics across the consumer segments. As consumers are adapting to the new normal, so the marketers need to have both proactive and reactive approach towards the turbulent market situations.

Conference Webpage: https://www.sdmimd.ac.in/mc2022/