Normal view MARC view ISBD view

Management Education in India : Perspectives and Practices.

By: Thakur, Manish Kumar.
Contributor(s): Babu, R. Rajesh.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2016Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (236 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789811016967.Subject(s): Business ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Management Education in India : Perspectives and PracticesDDC classification: 658.4038 LOC classification: L1-991Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- Abbreviations -- 1 The State of Management Education in India: Trajectories and Pathways -- Abstract -- A Prolegomenon -- Management Education: The Binaries -- The New Elites -- The National and the Global -- Relevance and Rigour -- Governance -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Management Education: Locations and Hierarchies -- 2 A Postcolonial Critique of Indian's Management Education Scene -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Managerial Capacity and Management: What Art Thou? -- Management Education in India: Genesis and Contemporary Practice -- Affirming in Denial: Making Managerialism Indian -- Contemporary Management Practice -- Straddling Two Worlds: Being a Management Teacher Today -- Imaginations of Management Education for the Future -- References -- 3 From Management Institutes to Business Schools: An Indian Journey -- Abstract -- Changing Times -- The Roots -- From Blackboards and Brains to Power Points and Pie Charts -- Globalized Wisdom -- The Importance of Being Different -- Journeys and Destinations -- References -- 4 Management Education in India: Avoiding the Simulacra Effect -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Purpose of Management Education and Institutes of Management -- Evolution of Business Education and AACSB -- Phase 1: Emergence of Managers as a New Breed of Employees -- Phase 2: Professionalization of Managers -- Phase 3: "Scientification" of Business Research and Education -- Phase 4: Marketization of Business Schools -- Phase 5: Internationalization of U.S. Business Education -- Potential Impact of AACSB International on Management Education in India -- Conclusion -- References -- Disciplines in Management -- 5 Maslow or Mahabharat? Dilemmas in Teaching Organizational Behaviour in Management Institutes of India -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Key Issues.
Indian Context -- Research Base -- Teaching Approach -- Functional Silos -- Micro-focus -- Programme Compulsions -- Faculty Roles -- Practice Engagement -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 Management of Mathematics or Mathematics of Management: Quantitative Methods in Management -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Management Programme and Quantitative Courses -- Courses on Quantitative Methods and Their Relevance in Management Education -- Operations Management -- Probability and Statistics -- Operations Research -- Relevance of Quantitative Courses: An Industry View -- Quantitative Methods: Delivery in Management Education vis-à-vis in Specialized Streams -- Do We Feel the Heat? -- Management Research in Quantitative Methods -- Concluding Discussion -- References -- 7 Teaching Economics in a Management School: Some Personal Quandaries -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Usefulness of Learning Economics in a Management School -- Usage of Case Studies in Teaching Economics -- Finance and Economics: Siamese Twins or Distant Cousins? -- Concluding Observations -- References -- 8 Business Cannot Be as Usual: Business Ethics Education in India -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Ethics and Business -- Myths of Business Ethics -- Business Ethics Education in India -- Epilogue: The Cunning of Spiritualism -- References -- 9 Keeping Up with the Finishing School Myth: The Role of Communication in Contemporary Indian Management Education -- Abstract -- Resetting the Context -- The Clash of the Titans: The Sciences Versus the Humanities -- Invasion of the Social Sciences -- The Disciplin[e]ing of Communication -- The Experience of the Convert -- Ph.D. Programme: Too Much to Ask For? -- The Dialectic of Evaluation: The Post-positivist Subject -- Undying Turf Wars: Conflict of Interests or Conflicts of Interest -- References -- 10 Law and Business: Comparative Perspectives.
Abstract -- Function of Law and Legal Education in Society -- Law in Management Education -- Place of Law in Business Curriculum -- Law in Business Curriculum: Content and Pedagogy -- Challenges of Structuring the Introductory Business Law Course: The Business Law v. Legal Environment Approach -- The Pedagogy -- Teaching Ethics Through Law -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 (Invisible) Disciplines: Sociology and Management -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The Context -- In the Company of "Superiors" -- Sociology in Management Curriculum -- Sociological Research at IIMs -- By Way of a Conclusion -- References -- 12 Business History: Travails and Trajectories -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The History of Business History -- Teaching History in Business Schools -- Business History in India -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix: Outline of Elective Course on "Indian Business History," IIM Calcutta, 2014-2015 -- References.
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
Item type Current location Call number URL Status Date due Barcode
Electronic Book UT Tyler Online
Online
L1-991 (Browse shelf) https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/uttyler/detail.action?docID=4631673 Available EBC4631673

Intro -- Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- Abbreviations -- 1 The State of Management Education in India: Trajectories and Pathways -- Abstract -- A Prolegomenon -- Management Education: The Binaries -- The New Elites -- The National and the Global -- Relevance and Rigour -- Governance -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Management Education: Locations and Hierarchies -- 2 A Postcolonial Critique of Indian's Management Education Scene -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Managerial Capacity and Management: What Art Thou? -- Management Education in India: Genesis and Contemporary Practice -- Affirming in Denial: Making Managerialism Indian -- Contemporary Management Practice -- Straddling Two Worlds: Being a Management Teacher Today -- Imaginations of Management Education for the Future -- References -- 3 From Management Institutes to Business Schools: An Indian Journey -- Abstract -- Changing Times -- The Roots -- From Blackboards and Brains to Power Points and Pie Charts -- Globalized Wisdom -- The Importance of Being Different -- Journeys and Destinations -- References -- 4 Management Education in India: Avoiding the Simulacra Effect -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Purpose of Management Education and Institutes of Management -- Evolution of Business Education and AACSB -- Phase 1: Emergence of Managers as a New Breed of Employees -- Phase 2: Professionalization of Managers -- Phase 3: "Scientification" of Business Research and Education -- Phase 4: Marketization of Business Schools -- Phase 5: Internationalization of U.S. Business Education -- Potential Impact of AACSB International on Management Education in India -- Conclusion -- References -- Disciplines in Management -- 5 Maslow or Mahabharat? Dilemmas in Teaching Organizational Behaviour in Management Institutes of India -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Key Issues.

Indian Context -- Research Base -- Teaching Approach -- Functional Silos -- Micro-focus -- Programme Compulsions -- Faculty Roles -- Practice Engagement -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 Management of Mathematics or Mathematics of Management: Quantitative Methods in Management -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Management Programme and Quantitative Courses -- Courses on Quantitative Methods and Their Relevance in Management Education -- Operations Management -- Probability and Statistics -- Operations Research -- Relevance of Quantitative Courses: An Industry View -- Quantitative Methods: Delivery in Management Education vis-à-vis in Specialized Streams -- Do We Feel the Heat? -- Management Research in Quantitative Methods -- Concluding Discussion -- References -- 7 Teaching Economics in a Management School: Some Personal Quandaries -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Usefulness of Learning Economics in a Management School -- Usage of Case Studies in Teaching Economics -- Finance and Economics: Siamese Twins or Distant Cousins? -- Concluding Observations -- References -- 8 Business Cannot Be as Usual: Business Ethics Education in India -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Ethics and Business -- Myths of Business Ethics -- Business Ethics Education in India -- Epilogue: The Cunning of Spiritualism -- References -- 9 Keeping Up with the Finishing School Myth: The Role of Communication in Contemporary Indian Management Education -- Abstract -- Resetting the Context -- The Clash of the Titans: The Sciences Versus the Humanities -- Invasion of the Social Sciences -- The Disciplin[e]ing of Communication -- The Experience of the Convert -- Ph.D. Programme: Too Much to Ask For? -- The Dialectic of Evaluation: The Post-positivist Subject -- Undying Turf Wars: Conflict of Interests or Conflicts of Interest -- References -- 10 Law and Business: Comparative Perspectives.

Abstract -- Function of Law and Legal Education in Society -- Law in Management Education -- Place of Law in Business Curriculum -- Law in Business Curriculum: Content and Pedagogy -- Challenges of Structuring the Introductory Business Law Course: The Business Law v. Legal Environment Approach -- The Pedagogy -- Teaching Ethics Through Law -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 (Invisible) Disciplines: Sociology and Management -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The Context -- In the Company of "Superiors" -- Sociology in Management Curriculum -- Sociological Research at IIMs -- By Way of a Conclusion -- References -- 12 Business History: Travails and Trajectories -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The History of Business History -- Teaching History in Business Schools -- Business History in India -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix: Outline of Elective Course on "Indian Business History," IIM Calcutta, 2014-2015 -- References.

Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

<p> Manish Thakur is Professor at the Public Policy and Management Group of the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Kolkata. Previously, he was lecturer in sociology at Goa University (1997-2007) and was a Fellow at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IIAS), Shimla (2011-13). His published research deals with aspects of water resources management, rural development knowledge institutions and discourses, research-policy interface, political culture, place of sociology in management education, social movements, intellectual history and indigenous theories. His recent books are Indian Village: A Conceptual History (2014) and The Quest for Indian Sociology (2014).</p> <p> R. Rajesh Babu is Associate Professor and Group Coordinator of the Public Policy and Management Group of the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Decision ---the IIM Calcutta flagship journal of management. He obtained his Ph.D. from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Rajesh has been a global scholar in-residence at the Graduate Institute (IHEID), Geneva in 2011. His published research, research and teaching interests are in international economic law, arbitration and adjudication, corporate liability, constitutional law, property rights, and law and public policy. His recent book is Remedies under the WTO Legal System (Martinus Nijhoff, Boston/Leiden 2012). </p>

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.