MDP

Management Development Programs (MDP)
St. Joseph’s Institute of Management (SJIM) organizes several development programs to cultivate management-related skills among a variety of participants. Under the broad umbrella of MDPs, we conduct programs for management skill development, leadership skill development, executive skill development, and research skill development. The audience for our programs include managers, students, educators, researchers, personnel from public services, and many more.

All programs are run under the guidance of excellent resource persons that include SJIM faculty who have doctorates from IIMs and IITs, and external resources persons who have a vast experience in conducting such programs across industries. At the end of all programs, participants are awarded certificates.

The different programs that SJIM conducts is listed below. If you require any program to be tailored for your organization’s requirements, feel free to get in touch with us. We will be adding more programs from time to time. You can click the name of the program you wish to learn more about.

This program is conducted by international faculty specialized in Design Thinking and Innovation. It introduces participants to the core principles of human-centered design and its application to organizational leadership and innovation. Some of the outcomes that participants can expect from this program include: (i) Inculcate a forward-thinking, human-centered approach to problem-solving, (ii) Break limiting mental models to discover lean and client oriented approaches to innovation, (iii) Work on practical cases to apply concepts of design thinking to provide creative solutions, and (iv) Equip participants with a toolkit to apply design thinking to their own organizational contexts.

Proposed Duration: 1 day
Venue: SJIM
Read about past workshops here:
      • 10 March 2018: http://sjim.edu.in/design-thinking.php

The objective of this program is to develop and strengthen leadership skills among student leaders. Through this objective it is expected that students can become better future leaders, who can lead themselves and others in a responsible, effective and ethical manner. The participants for this workshop can be from high-schools, pre-university colleges, under-graduate colleges or even post-graduate colleges.

Proposed Duration: 1 day or two half-days
Venue: SJIM
Registration kit, lunch and snacks are included in the registration fee.
Read about past workshops here:
      • 26 and 27 July 2018: http://sjim.edu.in/mdp-2018-sjpuc.php
      • 15 September 2018: http://sjim.edu.in/mdp-2018-mcc.php

In the world today, academicians are being called upon to do more than just teach students. They are expected to contribute to the body of knowledge in their respective fields. In order to do so, academicians need to start conducting research. While the topic of research might vary among the different fields in the social sciences, the process of conducting research remains the same. Therefore, the objective of this workshop is to give academicians in the social sciences some insights into the correct process of research, which will hopefully lead to top quality research outputs.

Proposed Duration: usually one day, but can be extended up to a week depending on the depth of knowledge required
Venue: SJIM or your campus
Small batch sizes for this workshop ensure individual attention from resource persons who have significant research experience.
Read about past workshops here:
      • 20 January 2018: http://www.daijiworld.com/news/newsDisplay.aspx?newsID=491936

The SERVE Leadership Transformation model is aimed at all those in leadership positions as well as for those aspiring to be leaders. This model inspired management guru Ken Blanchard to co-author “THE SECRET” based on the Chick-fil-A corporate culture. It has been tested with tremendous results for over 40 years at Chick-fil-A, which has been incredibly successful in the service industry with almost $8 billion in sales. It introduces the participant to the following potential impacts of leadership: (i) Create organization-wide vision and learn a new language of leadership, (ii) Understand behaviors and attitudes that great leaders demonstrate, (iii) Improve the level of employee engagement and productivity, (iv) Support a culture that embraces innovation and change, and (v) Balance driving of results with promotion of relationships based on trust.

Proposed Duration: 1 day
Venue: SJIM
Read about past workshops here:
      • 5 September 2017: http://sjim.edu.in/transformational.php

This program is designed to meet mandatory or ongoing training needs of public services personnel like the police force. This program will equip participants with the tools they need to sharpen their human and cognitive skills. This program can be undertaken either for a batch of officers or a batch of non-officers. The content and pedagogy will vary depending on the hierarchal level of personnel attending the program.

Proposed Duration: 1 day
Venue: SJIM
Registration kit, lunch and snacks are included in the registration fee. Resource persons who are fluent in Kannada will also be present.

This program is designed to equip public services personnel with management skills. This 3-month program will introduce participants to core management subjects and their applications in the context of their public service jobs. This program can be undertaken either for a batch of officers or a batch of non-officers from a specific organization. Personnel in line for promotion to higher levels will benefit the best from this program.

Proposed Duration: 3 months (1.5 hours per week)
Venue: SJIM

This program is designed to equip retiring public services personnel with management skills. This 6-month program will introduce participants to core management subjects in order that they “up-skill” to meet the needs of the industry. This program can be undertaken either for a batch of officers or a batch of non-officers from a specific organization. Retiring personnel who will be looking for new managerial jobs will benefit the best from this program.

Proposed Duration: 6 months (1.5 hours per week)
Venue: SJIM


About SJIM:
St. Joseph's Institute of Management (SJIM) has been running courses in management from 1968 and is the oldest business school in Bangalore. It is run by the Jesuit priests. The college is located in a state-of-the-art campus in the heart of the city, just off M.G. Road. We have ample basement parking. Our campus is also just a five-minute walk from the Trinity metro stop, and can easily be reached from anywhere in the city.