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Sl. No. Academic Group Course Name Course Code Course Instructor (s) Course Objectives
1 Strategic Management Managing Strategic Alliances and Joint Ventures SM-EX116 Prof. Atanu Ghosh
  • Familiarize students with the business and corporate strategy context and help them understand the relative benefits and risks of alliances and JVs in the context of other means of managing expansion and diversification
  • Learn about creation and management of Strategic Alliances with complementors, suppliers/ customers and competitors.
  • Learn the process of alliance formation and implementation of the structure and control of the Strategic Alliances
2 Strategic Management Behavioural Strategy SM-EX133 Prof. Lakshmi Goyal
  • Given that managers are central to any organizational decision-making processes, it is important to understand how their bounded rationality induces biases in decision-making, which has implications for strategic decisions, firm behavior and performance. This course aspires to provide students a conceptual understanding of behavioral strategy that will help them be more informed decision-makers.
3 Strategic Management Platform Business Models & Strategy SM-EX132 Prof. Ranjan Das
  • Expose students to the rise of the platform as a business and organizational model.
  • Learn how well-managed platform business models have potential to disrupt traditional industries within just a few years of their own launch.
  • Know how concepts and practices of platform business changed the principles that shape economic growth and business competition.
  • Get a broad overview of architecture of platforms and strategic choices that are involved in the platform design stage
  • Understand what type of strategies and business models help attract producers and consumers to a platform simultaneously and discuss the monetization processes.
  • Identify organizational and governance issues that need to be addressed to develop and run a successful platform business.
4 Business Ethics & Communication Problem Solving Techniques in Corporate Communications BC-EX105 Prof. Pragyan Rath
  • Decode communication as referential to 2 alternate forms of market conditions:
  1. Markets governed by Mythic Systems
  2. Markets governed by Bio-Political Softwares
5 Organizational Behaviour Entrepreneurial Leadership OB-EX113 Dr. Srirangan Rajagopal
  • Provide a comprehensive understanding of the critical aspects of entrepreneurial leadership and how it shapes the success of start-ups
  • Explore the fundamental concepts of entrepreneurial leadership, focusing on creating a compelling vision for an entrepreneurial firm and building a strong organizational foundation and will delve into the challenges of building a world-class team in the face of constraints, examine strategies for aligning your team with the vision and fostering a high-performance culture.
  • Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the significance of vision alignment to leadership, navigate the complexities of team building, and work towards creating an organization driven by entrepreneurial leadership.
6 Organizational Behaviour Leading People OB-EX109 Prof. Chetan Joshi
  • Understand different facets of leadership.
  • Highlight the components of transformational leadership
  • Help students understand the challenges in leading a conglomerate and leading a diverse workforce and to develop insights about crisis leadership
7 Human Resource Management Management Consulting HR-EX104 Dr. Avantika Tomar
  • Provides an overview of professional services firms along with their business models and essential people practices.
  • Covers management consultants, the key skills required by them and what makes people thrive in consulting as a profession
  • Aims to consider methods of consultancy project design and management, integrated problem-solving and application of the principles of design thinking
8 Management Information Systems Machine Learning in Action MI-EX270 Prof. Soumyakanti Chakraborty
  • Understand the principles of machine learning and appreciate the process of data preparation
  • Learn to choose, apply and measure performances of machine learning methods to various real-life problems
  • Learn the basics of Neural Nets, and its extensions for computer vision and NLP
9 Management Information Systems Blockchain and Its Implications MI-EX267 Prof. Anik Mukherjee
  • Understand the features of the technology and identify the application areas where the technology can make a difference
  • Appreciate the variations in the technology to suit specific genre of application
  • Track the refinements and changes in the technology in future
10 Operations Management Revenue Management and Dynamic Pricing OM-EX118 Prof. Sumanta Basu
  • Understand the basics of revenue management and pricing optimization and develop various revenue optimization models with applications in different industries such as airlines, hotels, software, railways, rentals cars etc.
  • Understand dynamic pricing tactics and contemporary pricing issues in retail industry
  • Gain basic understanding of tools such as Monte Carlo simulation, mathematical programming and excel-based scenario analysis in the context of revenue management and dynamic pricing
11 Operations Management Decision Models & Software OM-EX116 Prof. Bodhibrata Nag
  • Introduces real-world operations research-based decision models commonly used in areas of operations, supply chain and logistics planning
  • Introduces commercial decision modelling software, with their application framework and limitations.
12 Finance & Control Behavioral Finance FI-EX122 Prof. Avijit Bansal
  • Understand the decision-making process of the market participants and its impact on asset prices, risk-return trade-offs, and broad market movements.
  • Develop a nuanced understanding of limits to arbitrage and market efficiency and gains insights into more nuanced aspects of decision making such as anchoring, reference-dependent models - Prospect Theory and its applications.
  • Develop an understanding of biased beliefs such as overconfidence, over-extrapolation, and their impact on financial decision-making and understand stock market anomalies & expose them to both the risk-based & behavioural explanation.
  • Develop an understanding of the influence of investor sentiment on risk-return trade-off and Gain insights into biases in managerial decision making and the subsequent impact on corporate policies.
13 Economics Microeconomics for Banking EC-EX115 Prof. Conan Mukherjee
  • Understand basics of traditional thinking about banks & learn about the intrinsic risk bank runs and credit rationing crises & assess ways to mitigate such risks.
  • Study the game theoretic interactions and informational complications inbuilt in the banking service provision across industry.
  • Learn about the non-price competition among banks and also about banking regulation, and its complexities
14 Marketing Sports Entertainment & Media Marketing MK-EX119 Prof. C D Mitra
  • Present a conceptual framework of Sports, Entertainment & Media Marketing, and a here and now feel of what is happening in these domains on the ground in India, and across the world, today.
  • Acquaint students to the role of marketing importance for the Sports, Media & Entertainment industries.
  • Sports, Entertainment & Media Marketing will thus be looked at from two perspectives – the Marketing of Sports, Entertainment & Media, and Marketing through Sports, Entertainment & Media.
15 Marketing Product Management MK-EX108 Prof. Prashant Mishra
  • The objective of this course is to inculcate amongst students the importance of products and product management to a company.
  • It also aims at exploring both analytical as well as strategic dimensions of product related issues.
  • Aims to introduce students to a range of issues that are of immediate and practical importance to a product manager