IIM Bangalore hosts digital Summit
At the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore, the Executive Post Graduate Programme (EPGP) 2017-18 has announced the fourth edition of the Digital Summit on October 15 at the IIMB Auditorium., On ‘Future Unlocked’, the 2017 version of the summit will explore multiple aspects of digitization that are relevant in the present-day context, which will have some of the most significant impacts in the future.
Mixed Reality is the process of Creating an immersive consumer experience, non-intrusive marketing, understanding Platform business models – a new paradigm in strategy and digital Inclusion – an Indian Perspective. In the digital world, with the opportunity to interact with the best minds in industry and academia, and discuss trends and opportunities there will be panel discussions and speaker sessions around Firms
At Accenture Ventures and Open innovation, Speakers include Suraj Nambiar – General Manager, Digital at Maxus, Anil V Pillai – Director at Terragni Consulting (P) Ltd, Avnish Sabharwal – Managing Director Priya Karnik – Vice President Business at Paytm, Sreekant Lanka – Head of Programmatic Account Strategy, Google India, and Jayesh Ghatge – Market Partner-India, Thoughtworks.
In Asia, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) is a leading graduate school of management. IIMB is an Institute of National Importance under the IIM Act of 2017. More than 1200 students across various degree/diploma granting programmes and nearly 5000 annual Executive Education participants, IIMB has around 110 full-time faculty members.
The Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy and Management (PGPPM), the one year full-time Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP), the Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management (PGPEM), IITB degree/diploma granting programmes comprise the Fellow Programme in Management (FPM), and the Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP). IIMB offers the NS Ramaswamy Pre-doctoral (NSR Pre-doc) Fellowship programme with the aim to increase the social diversity of management academia in India. All these programmes are very highly rated, and IIMB alumni occupy senior managerial and academic positions around the world.
IITB is close to some of the leading corporate houses in the country, and it is located in India’s high technology capital ranging from information technology to consumer product companies, giving us the added advantage of integrating classroom knowledge with practical experience.
An India-Japan Study Centre at IIMB has been set up to promote understanding of Japan in India and India in Japan through research, teaching and policy outreach efforts.
An Israel Centre at IIM Bangalore has been set up to act as a hub for research on Indo-Israeli interactions in the fields of technology innovation, business strategy and history, government policies and culture, by uniting scholars, business community and students.