Post Graduate Programme in Public Management and PolicyIndian Institute of Management
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- Post Graduate Diploma
PGP-PMP is a full-time residential programme in public management and policy with a sharp focus on governance and policy formulation and implementation, infrastructure development, and public enterprise management. A rigorous programme, it has been designed to sharpen the skills and broaden the perspectives of civil servants; managers of government, public enterprises, NGOs; and executives of private sector firms engaged in public management. The programme is open to bright and motivated mid-career managers as well as administrators/ professionals of NGOs and people with legislative experience of all nationalities who intend taking up challenging top management positions in governance, public management and policy. Candidates from Asia and Africa are especially invited to apply. The programme has strong foundations in the conceptual and analytical dimensions of management and policy, and the curriculum is also designed to build on the experience of participants. The programme builds upon the excellence of IIMA in management teaching and research and its considerable experience in policy research and consultancy to take management to the domains of public policy, services provision and regulation, and management of public organizations and enterprises. Curriculum PGP-PMP has about 800 contact or equivalent hours of engagement. The programme has three modules - a core management (CM) module that would be equivalent to a similar module in any leading international one-year executive management programme, a core public management and policy (CPMP) module, and electives leading to concentration in a number of areas. In addition, an international attachment/exchange module would provide the necessary exposure to working at senior levels in public policy and management. The years of experience of IIMA in research and consulting for governments, regulatory bodies, and the public sector are being brought to bear upon to offer this unique executive programme. The programme's core management module is similar to the 'building blocks' of the Post-Graduate Programme in Management for Executives (PGPX) of the Institute. Courses in the Core Management Module Business Policy: Competitive Strategies Communication: Management Communications-I Management Communications-II Computers and Information Systems: Strategic Management of IT Economics: Firms and Markets Open Economy Macroeconomics Finance and Accounting: Costing and Management Control Systems Financial Reporting and Analysis Financial Management-I Financial Management-II Marketing: Customer Management I Customer Management II Organization Behaviour: Leadership in Organizations Organizational Behaviour Personnel and Industrial Relations: Human Resource Management for Organizations Production and Quantitative Methods: Data Analysis Operations Management Quantitative Approaches to Decision Making Courses in the Core Public Management and Policy Module- Economic Environmental and Policy Economic Development Economics of Regulation Innovation and Technology Policy International Economic Relations Issues in Ethics and Leadership IT Strategies for Governance Law and Public Management Public Finance Public Organization and Management Theory Public Policy Formulation and Implementation Social and Political Development Elective Courses Elective courses will depend on participants' interest and availability of faculty. Our effort will be to provide a wide range of electives. Electives may be so chosen as to lead to concentration in: * Infrastructure Development and Financing * Public Enterprise Management * Public Policy and Governance Electives of other programmes would also be opened to PGP-PMP participants on a selective basis to choose from. Among the electives tied up under the PGP-PMP so far are: * Agribusiness Policy and Management * Carbon Finance * Contract Management * Corporate Governance * Country Environments & Multinational Strategy * Design and Dynamics of Developmental Organizations * Developing and Managing Water Resources * Developments in the Electricity Sector * E-Governance * Enterprise and Innovations in Education * Globalizing a Resurgent India through Innovative Transformation * Governance & Policy Formulation - Programme & Policy Evaluation * Knowledge Management for Non-Profit Organizations * Leadership & Managerial Effectiveness thro' 360 Degree Feedback * Legal and Regulatory Issues in Infrastructure * Management of Public- Private-Community Partnerships * Managing IT Infrastructure: Internet, Web technology and E-Commerce * Managing Negotiations * Managing Telecom Enterprises * Managing Workplace Diversity * Market Microstructure & Market Breakdowns * Media & Society: The Economics, Politics, Ethics and Technologies of Mass Communication * Mergers, Acquisition and Restructuring * Outsourcing * Policy, Regulatory and Financing Issues in Infrastructure * Project Management * Public Enterprises Management * Public Policy & Management of Development Induced Displacement * Real Estate * Regulation of Banks and Financial Intermediaries * Retail Management * Revenue Management and Dynamic Pricing * Securities Regulation * Six-Sigma * Strategic Management in Govt./ Vision of Government * Strategic Management of Intellectual Property Rights * Supply Chain & Logistics Management * Talent Management for Public Enterprises * Transportation Infrastructure * Understanding Creativity, Innovation, Knowledge Networks and Entrepreneurship * Understanding Micro Finance * Urban Planning & Management * Urban Transport (Metro rail, MRTS, Ports & Airports) * Valuation of Securities & Investment & Portfolio Management * Working Conference on Authority, Organization, Strategies, and the Politics of Cross-border relatedness. Many other electives are being firmed up and it is expected that the elective credits on offer to those availed of would be in the ratio of 5:1. Pedagogy The case method of study will be the primary educational method. Interactive lecture discussions, syndicate presentations, field visits, and management games and exercises will also form a part of the pedagogy.