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Happy to share that SPJIMR Prof. R K Pattnaik was a panelist in an online discussion moderated by SPJIMR Prof. Jagdish Rattanani and hosted by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) on 26 April 2020.
The theme of the event was "Assessing The Economic Impact Of COVID-19: Implications For Business". The discussion was organised under the aegis of the National University Students' Skill Development (NUSSD) initiative of TISS.
The participants in the discussion were:
Dr. R.K. Pattanaik: Former central banker and Faculty, SPJIMR
Dr. Prashabt B. Narnaware: A 2009 batch Indian Administrative Services officer, Joint Managing Director in City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO), Navi Mumbai.
Ms. Gesu Kaushal: Executive Director and Co-Head Corporate Finance – Kotak Mahindra Capital Company Limited and Chairperson of the Association of Investment Bankers of India.
Dr. Aditi Govitrikar: A doctor, an actress, a TISS alumnus and now a student of Psychology at Harvard University.
Dr. K Kanagasabapathy : A former central banker and a RBI monetary policy specialist who has also worked with the IMF.
Apart from its economic impact, the current pandemic also presents a cognitive overload to the migrant workers. It is revealed through an analysis of Psychology of the poverty-stricken migrant workers and their decision making process during the present crisis. SPJIMR Professor, Lata Dhir(PhD) and our very own FPM 2016 Scholar, Gaurav Karkhanis, present a detailed analysis of the same in their article "Who Are We To Judge The Migrant Workers? : (Ir)Rationality From Their Perspective", published in BW Businessworld. Read more here: https://lnkd.in/gnvBkFz
As a management student, are you wondering on the possible ways to utilize this lockdown time for your advantage? You can actually focus on multiple areas that would be helpful for your career. This is the time for contemplation and for a focus on personal growth. This is an opportunity for the students to work on a self-development plan that can prepare them for the industry and for the placements process later. SPJIMR Prof. Ratika Gore writes more on this in her recent article "Prep Under Lockdown: How Management Students Can Use This Time" published in "Businessworld Education" on April 21, 2020. Read more here: http://bweducation.businessworld.in/article/Prep-Under-Lockdown-How-Management-Students-Can-Use-This-Time/21-04-2020-189837/
Have you been spending your quarantine days binge-watching shows on Netflix? Then you're definitely not alone. SPJIMR FPM 2016 scholar Ambika Prasad Nanda and SPJIMR Dean and Professor of Marketing, Dr. Ranjan Banerjee studied binge-watching behaviour in two Indian cities and their findings are rather interesting. It seems that people derive greater enjoyment from being able to access their favourite shows in multiple formats. Have you experienced that yourself? Leave a comment and let us know! Meanwhile, hearty congratulations to the duo, whose research paper "Binge watching: An exploration on the role of technology" has been published in the eminent journal "Psychology & Marketing" by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
SPJIMR's very own Mr. Supratim Kundu recently bagged the opportunity to wow the audience at IIT Bombay with his research on Marketing Strategy. At the Doctoral Consortium 2020 conducted by SJM School of Management, 5 scholars from the field of marketing were invited to present their research. Here is a snapshot from the event:
Have you always wondered how to craft the perfect PhD thesis? Dr. David Rooney, Professor of Management and Organisational Studies, Macquarie University revealed his tips on how to establish an analytical framework, develop research questions, structure the paper, and more, at a two-day workshop (17 & 18 Feb) on "Surviving PhD Thesis" for the doctoral scholars at SPJIMR.
The digitization of health care requires a new business model, a new organizational structure, new talent and new questions, some of which came up during a brown-bag seminar conducted by Prof. Kingshuk Sinha from Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, at SPJIMR on 8-Jan 2020. The seminar revolved around his recent research on digital disruptions in the healthcare industry. Experts believe that the successful health care organizations of the future will be those that best adapt to the new digital reality. Do you agree? Leave a comment and let us know!
In today's digital world, social network analysis is of utmost importance to scholars and researchers. Prof. Israr Qureshi from Australian National University (ANU) College of Business and Economics dealt with topics like graph theory, social communication, and clustering at a four day workshop on Social Network Analysis at SPJIMR from 10-14 Feb 2020. Not only FPM scholars from SPJIMR but also doctoral scholars and researchers from other institutes in and around Mumbai benefited from his insights. If you'd like to be there next time, here's where you can find details of upcoming workshops.
SPJMR's Business Academia Conclave or #SBAC2020 presents the brightest lineup of top academic and business leaders at Taj Lands, Mumbai as we together explore different dimensions of innovation and the road ahead in Indian context. #UnlockTheNext #Innovation #IamSPJIMR Scan the QR code in the logo, to know more about the speakers or visit the website: https://www.spjimr.org/sbac2020.