Delhi School of Business at IIM Ahmedabad.

Students and Faculty attended the Program on “Innovation, Creativity and Critical Thinking – Multiple Perspectives on Teaching, Learning and Executing.” from 3rd to 8th April 2016 at IIM Ahmedabad.

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International Conference 2016 Corporate Finance , Governance & Sustainability

DELHI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS VIPS – Technical Campus

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

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CORPORATE FINANCE, GOVERNANCE & SUSTAINABILITY ON

21-23, October 2016

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Research Bulletin Jan-July 2015, Volume I, Issue 1

DELHI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS VIPS – Technical Campus
Jan-July 2015, Volume I, Issue 1

Highlights

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

Prof. I.M. Pandey

  • Pandey,I M and Ongpipattanakul,Visit.Agency Behavior and Corporate Restructuring Choices during Performance Decline in an Emerging Economy,International Journal Of Managerial Finance, vol. 11, No. 2, 2015, pp. 244-267.

Shoma Mukherjee

  • Shoma Mukherji and Radha Sharma (2013). Social Entrepreneurship: A Case Of Sustainable Human DSevelopment Of The Differently Able, Indian Journal of Training & Development, Vol.No. 1 Jan. -March, pp. 36-47.

MANAGEMENT CASES

  • Shashank Ojha and I M Pandey (Dec. 2014).e-Procurement Project in Karnataka: A Case of Public Private Partnership, Vikalpa: Journal of Decision Makers, Vol. 39, No. 4, Oct-Dec 2014, pp. 101-112.
  • Shoma Mukherji and Neera Jain (Jan. 2015).Indian Overseas Bank: Triggering Change, Ivey Case, 8B14C061 VERSION: 2015-01-19.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  • Shoma Mukherji (2015). Development Of A Scale To Assess Communication Effectiveness Of Managers Working In Multicultural Environments, Global Advances in Business Communication Conference, Detroit, USA, 27 May 2015 to 30 May 2015. (Best Paper Award)
  • Shoma Mukherji and Neera Jain (June 2015). Cultural Intelligence and Communication Effectiveness -Essential Prerequisites For Global Leadership Preparedness, Association of International Business (AIB) Conference, Bangalore, India, 27 June 2015 to 30 June 2015.

G. S. Popli

  • G.S. Popli, and Rupina Popli, (April 2015). Investment Opportunities in the Steel Sector of India on the concept of Make in India, National Conference of RDIAS, New Delhi on April 17, 2015.

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Research Bulletin July-Dec 2015, Volume I – Issue 2

DELHI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS VIPS – Technical Campus
July-Dec 2015, Volume I – Issue 2

Highlights

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

Prof. I.M. Pandey

  • Phenomenology of Willingness to Save: a Study of Thai Salaried Individuals.
  • Pandey, I.M. & Swasdpeera, P. (2012). Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship Development
  • Determinants of Personal Saving: a Study of Salaried Individuals in Thailand
  • Swasdpeera, P. & Pandey, I M (2012), Afro-Asian J. Finance and Accounting

Sanjay Chaudhary

  • Determinants and Impacts of Governance forms on Outsourcing Performance: Evidence from a Case Study
  • Chaudhary, S. & Kishore, R. (2010). Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research

Sharad Gupta

  • Sustainable Buying Intention in Different Purchase Situations AStudy.
  • Gupta, S. & Sinha, N. (2015). ASBM Journal of Management, Vol. VIII (II, July-December)

MANAGEMENT CASES

Dr. Palakh Jain

  • Economics behind the Internationalization of Biocon India Ltd
  • Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies

BOOK CHAPTERS

Dr. Shoma Mukherji

  • Sharma R. & Mukherji S. (2015). Organizational Transformation for Sustainable Development In Horst Albach, HeribertMeffert, Andreas Pinkwart, and Ralf Reichwald (Eds.) Management of Permanent Change. Springer Gabler, New York, Heidelberg, Dordrecht, Lomdon

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Prof. Ashok Bhattacharya

  • The Cultural Context of GRCs – Some Indian Perspectives
  • Ashok Bhattacharya and Manab Bose. Presented at International Perspectives from Group Relations, Psychoanalysis and Systems Theory,18-19 November 2011 in London, by OPUS

Sharad Gupta

  • CSR – Summarizing Evolution of the Concept
  • Sharad Gupta Presented at 4th Annual International Commerce Convention

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Employability Skill Development at Delhi School of Business

At DSB, employability skill building is considered one of the most vital ingredients of the management program. Employability is a holistic overall development of students covering all aspects of knowledge, skill and abilities. The dynamic and challenging business environment demands employees who can hit the ground running capable of being the next generation leaders. We at DSB work towards overall development aligning learning aspirations to market reality.

DSB employability program integrates learning aspirations of the individual through interlinked processes starting with curriculum design, industry connect to developing key work related learning.

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To have a holistic development, competency building is considered key aspect of the Employability program. Competency is defined through the right combination of knowledge, skill and attitude. Along with technical competencies, DSB stresses on building behavioral competencies. Continue reading

Innovative Teaching Practices at Delhi School of Business

Management education has undergone tremendous transformation in the past few years. To keep pace with the rapid and magnanimous change the management education too needs to evolve and renovate constantly. These renovations need not be in the form of newer learning resources but it is more in the form of a renewed perspective to look at the business problem in a given scenario. With newer business realities newer business practices are taking birth and changing the business landscape.

Teaching Philosophy at Delhi School of Business is guided by the insightful words of Mr NR Narayanmurthy – “Students must learn to learn if they have to grow”.

Imbued in a similar philosophy, Delhi School of Business was founded after gaining insights into what ailed the Indian Education System especially higher education and in the field of Management. It has been realised that education at higher levels is more interdisciplinary and multifunctional in its approach and applicability. Newer business problems need innovative solutions which cannot be created in a laboratory or in a chapter of a book. Innovative solutions emerge from a new outlook and perspective to the problem and its prospective solutions. The new outlook emerges from lateral thinking and creating newer solutions which are out of the box. Continue reading

Learning to Learn at Delhi School of Business

Teaching Philosophy at Delhi School of Business is guided by the insightful words of Mr NR Narayanmurthy – “Students must learn to learn if they have to grow”.

These words were the key message that came from the renowned thinker and one of the greatest entrepreneurs that India has even produced, during his interactive session with students of Delhi School of Business. Continue reading

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