Symbiosis Institute of Business Management

Constituent of Symbiosis International University, Pune. Symbiosis Knowledge Village,Gram:Lavale,Tal:Mulshi,Dist.Pune 411042 Ph:020-39116000/6007,39116010,Fax:39116060 Website: www.sibm.edu

“Executive Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management”
For John Deere India Pvt.Ltd. Starting from 22nd November, 2010
Faculty In Charge: Prof. Rajesh Panda Co ordinator: Ms. Tanuja Bam

SIBM WELCOMES YOU!

November 22, 2010 Dear Participant, Greetings from SIBM! Welcome to SIBM Family! As the Director of SIBM, it is my pleasure to welcome you to 2nd Semester of the specially customized training programme for you on “Executive Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management”. SIBM is one of the few elite B-schools that has been persistently putting efforts to excel in its contributions to the students, industry and Society. Established in 1978, it is the flagship institution of Symbiosis International University. I am sure this learning experience will be mutually enjoyable and rewarding. If you have any queries or need any help, kindly contact Prof. Rajesh Panda, at rajeshpanda@sibm.edu or our Program Coordinator Ms. Tanuja Bam at coordinator2@sibm.edu

Warm regards. Yours truly,

Dr Vivek Sane Director

Executive Post Graduate Diploma Program in Business Management Duration of the Program: 24 months Starting from: 22nd November 2010 The structure of the program is as follows: SEMESTER II • Consumer Behavior • Financial Management • Operations Management • Business Communication • Business Decision Analysis .

Micro-Economic Module 5. Stimulus Response Module 2. Factors Influencing buyer's behavior: a) Cultural Factors. Pushkar Phadatre Consumer Behavior .Miniard Model 8. b) Social Factors. Consumer behavior and advertising strategy Faculty: Prof. Nicosia Model 6. The Howard Sheth Model 7. Engel Blackwell .Syllabus 1. c) Personal Factors d) Psychological Factors 3. Buying Roles: a) Types of Buying Behavior b) Stages in the Buying Process 4.

Financial Management Topics to be covered Time value of Money Cost of capital Introduction to financial management. Valuation of Bonds and Shares Capital structure planning Cash flow statement Financial Statement Analysis Operating. Financial & Combined Leverage. Working Capital Financing Faculty: Capital Budgeting : Principles & Techniques Prof. Working Capital Management Receivables Management Inventory management Management of Cash and Marketable securities. Vaishali Apte .

six sigma quality. McGraw Hill Richard B. aggregate operations planning. lean tools. Push to Pull transformation. strategy design process. process analysis. mfg process flow diagram. quality specs & costs. lean implementation requirements. outsourcing. measure SCM performance. Agarwal . inventory systems. yield management Inventory Control : Definition. job design & work measurement Master Production schedule and Production planning and control Process performance & Quality Management : Total quality management.supplier relationship for operational excellence Books Recommended Operations Management for Competitive Advantage -11th Edition. process and costs Import Export process and documentation Operations Management Strategic Capacity Management : Capacity management. type of processes.Sr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 9 Topic Introduction to Operations Management : What is Operations Management. ISO-9000 standard. MRP systems. capacity planning in operations. F. operation as service. process throughput time reduction. Nicholas J. Chase. service quality measurement Lean Manufacturing: Elimination of wastes. strategic fit. historical development. purpose. Aquilano. inventory control & supply chain Material requirement planning : MRP. innovative SCM Customer . and forecasting Aggregate sales & operations planning : Overview. measure process performance. Nitin K. inventory costs. Robert Jacobs. competitive dimension. facility layout Process Analysis : Process flow charts. lean services Global logistics components. benchmarking. Responsibility of operations management. Supply Chain Strategy : Supply Chain management. Flow manufacturing. current issues Operations Strategy & Competitiveness: Operations strategy. productivity measurement facility location & site selection Manufacturing Process Selection & Design : Process Selection.

Logistics.E. (E & TC) REC. I am currently associated with Symbiosis Institute of Business Management. Suryadatta Institute of Management 17 years in Marketing. Symbiosis . Project management. International Business.com A Few Words: I offer my services as a Visiting Faculty. mkgsmg@hotmail. Pune University (MBA). Excise. Gandhi I am a management professional with international experience at top management level in Supply Chain Management . Supply Chain Management. Balaji Group of Institutes.K. M. inventory management. I have also handled Operations from project stage up to functional stage. Indira Institute. customs and Procurement. Manufacturing & Maintenance management in India and abroad Education: B.Faculty Profile: Prof. Sinhgadh Group of Institutes. Institutional Experience: Deputy Director. Academics. International Logistics. MBA – Materials.Import & Export. International School of Corporate Management Corporate and institutional trainer Industrial Experience: Deputy Director. Sadhna Institute.

20. Steps to Opening a Discussion. . The Characteristics of Body Language. Written Communication. 17. Communicating Upwards. 12. 8. Types of Body Language and the Importance of Posture and Movement. 29. 22. Speeches and Presentations. 21. Traits and Attitudes.a. 23. Meaning of Assertiveness and what it comprises. b. 25. 4. Gestures and Mannerisms to avoid. 9. 14. Non-agression and Assertion. Reading and Using Body Language. 24. Arguments and Discussions. Visual Clues and What They Mean. 6. 26. Communication in ‘Managerial Roles’. 15. Body language and assertiveness: 16. Ten Commandments to Good Communication. 13. Backdrop into the ‘Body Language-Assertiveness’ combination. Territorial zones and Spaces. Communicating skills: Business Communication 1. Sound Principles of Communication. 7. 10. Verbal and Non-verbal Communication. Report Writing. 27. Observing and Using Unspoken Communication. Agression. Facial expressions and the Appearance. with Associates and Subordinates. What Communication is and what it does? 2. How to Assert and Where Assertion is needed? 28. Coming on stage and ‘speaking’ – as part of the practical exercise. Effective Communication. Barriers to Effective Communication. Forms of Communication. 18. The Johari Window concept of ‘Self-Realization’. 11. Why is one incomplete without the other and how they relate? 19. Improving Communication Skills. 5. 3.

as also corporations. Software Technology and Systems Management. Leadership. Col. to people as diverse as students.Faculty: Prof. ‘Behavioral Skills’ and Business Management subjects. a subject taught to students of Business Management studies. secured admissions into the top B-Schools of the country. (including IITs and IIMs). A former Armed Forces officer. in a series of Business Management and Self Development programmes. executives. managers and Directors of Educational institutions and Corporations. operational. teaching. including 51 into the prestigious IIMs. this year – 2007. Communication Skills and Motivation. a major forte. counseling and training students of professional institutions. 104 students trained on ‘Communication Skills. Group Discussions and Personal Interview Techniques’. training and mentoring experience. coupled with extensive experience in teaching. Proficient on aspects pertaining to ‘Soft Skills’. Commerce Honours – Banking. Sunil Brijkrishan Educational Background: Business Management. with a near total penchant for ‘Human Resource Management and Development’. with over 29 years of administrative. .

Minitab and QM for Windows software Text Book 1 2 3 Note : .Business Decision Analysis Session no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Topic Name Descriptive statistics Continuous and Discrete probability distribution Confidence interval and Hypothesis testing Comparison of two populations Analysis of Variance Causal Methods Forecasting ( Regression and Correlation) Time series Forecasting Deterministic Inventory models Probabilistic Inventory models Decision Analysis Quantitative Analysis for Management by Render and Stair Pearson Education Business Statistics by Anderson Cengage Learning Business Statistics by Girish Phatak Techmax Publication Practicals will be done with the help of Excel .

Financial Modeling.J. CMMI. from V.S. Marketing Models. CMMI. Quality Function Deployment ( QFD ) .Faculty Profile: Prof. QT in HR. Black & Decker and Arvind Mills Ltd. Function Point Analysis . in various functions such as Operations. TQM and HR. TQM. Modeling Supply Chain Management and Customer Relationship Management. out of which 12 years in various blue chip companies such Philips. Business Statistics.I. Written Twelve books for various Distance Learning Centers including four books for Symbiosys Center for Distance Learning in the subjects TQM. BPR. Cases in Operations Management. QA and ERP implementation and around 8 years of experience in the training and consultancy. Written book on Business Statistics which is published by Tech max publication. Software Project Management. SCM. Girish Phatak Mr. Software Project Management. SCM. Estimation Techniques . Minitab. Teaching as visiting faculty simultaneously for more than 12 yrs in reputes management institutes in Pune.) from Pune University in First class with Distinction 1991. . Operations Management. Materials and Logistics. 1986 and Master of Management Studies ( M. Inventory Management. Statistical Process Control. ISO 9000. Girish Phatak is currently Director of Infostar Business Solutions has obtained B. Zensar Technologies.M. Conducting training programs and handling consultancy assignments for various companies in India and abroad in the areas such as Six Sigma.T. in various subjects such as Operations Research. World Class Manufacturing. ISO9000. Bombay in First Class with Hons. He is also Qualified Lead Assessor in ISO 9000 from BSI UK and Master Black Belt in Six Sigma from SAC USA More than 20 years of total work experience.E. Enterprise Solutions.

Evaluation Pattern The assessment/ evaluation for the above core subjects will be done on continuous basis for internal marking for 40 which will be in the form of Assignment based on the type of subject. The passing percentage will be 50% for the internals as well as the externals. At the end of each semester a written examination for 60 marks will be held on each of the core subjects. There will two assignments and the date of submission will be informed later. A participant needs to clear both the internals as well as externals separately. .

Sunil Brijkrishan Monday Tuesday Wednesday 24th Nov. 2010 Business Decision Analysis Prof. Vaishali Apte Date and Faculty 29th Nov.Time Table: Semester II (November 2010.Pune Date and Faculty 22nd Nov. Pushkar Phadtare 23rd Nov. 2010 Financial Management Prof. 2010 Business Communication Col.May 2010) November 2010 SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Timings: 6.00 pm Venue: John Deere.Magarpatta City.00 pm to 9. 2010 Consumer Behavior Prof. Girish Phatak . Pushkar Phadtare 30th Nov. 2010 Consumer Behavior Prof.

Magarpatta City. 2010 Financial Management Prof. 2010 Operations Management Prof. 2010 Financial Management Prof. Pushkar Prof. 2010 Business Decision Analysis Prof. Sunil Brijkrishan 29th Dec. Girish Phatak Wednesday 1st Dec.SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Timings: 6. 2010 Operations Management Prof. 2010 Business Communication Col. Pushkar Phadtare 7th Dec. 2010 27th Dec. 2010 Consumer Behavior Prof. Pushkar Phadtare 14th Dec. 2010 Consumer Behavior Consumer Behavior Prof.00 pm Venue: John Deere.00 pm to 9. Madhip Gandhi Tuesday 21st Dec. Sunil Brijkrishan 15th Dec. 2010 Business Decision Analysis Prof. Madhip Gandhi 8th Dec. Pushkar Phadtare Phadtare 28th Dec. 2010 Business Communication Col. Madhip Gandhi Date and Faculty Date and Faculty Monday 20th Dec. Vaishali Apte 22nd Dec. 2010 Consumer Behavior Prof. 2010 Operations Management Prof.Pune Date and Faculty Date and Faculty 6th Dec. Girish Phatak . Vaishali Apte Date and Faculty 13th Dec.

2011 Business Decision Analysis Prof. 2011 Operations Management Prof.January 2011 SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Timings: 6. Vaishali Apte 19th Jan. Pushkar Phadtare 18th Jan. Pushkar Phadtare 11th Jan. Sunil Brijkrishan 26th Jan.Magarpatta City.Pune Date and Faculty 3rd Jan. 2011 Business Communication Col. 2011 Financial Management Prof. 2011 Business Decision Analysis Prof. Vaishali Apte Monday Tuesday Wednesday . 2011 Financial Management Prof. 2011 Republic Day Holiday Date and Faculty 31st Jan.00 pm Venue: John Deere. Girish Phatak Date and Faculty 24th Jan.00 pm to 9. 2011 Consumer Behavior Prof. 2011 Consumer Behavior Prof. 2011 Financial Management Prof. Madhip Gandhi Date and Faculty 17th Jan. 2011 Consumer Behavior Prof. 2011 Consumer Behavior Prof. Vaishali Apte 5th Jan. 2011 Business Communication Col. Pushkar Phadtare th 4 Jan. Girish Phatak Date and Faculty 10th Jan. Pushkar Phadtare 25th Jan. Sunil Brijkrishan 12th Jan.

2011 Financial Management Prof.February 2011 SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Timings: 6. Madhup Gandhi th 9 Feb.00 pm to 9. 2011 Operations Management Prof. Madhup Gandhi 2nd Feb. Sunil Brijkrishan 16th Feb. Vaishali Apte 15th Feb. 2011 Financial Management Prof.Magarpatta City. 2011 Business Decision Analysis Prof. 2011 Financial Management Prof. Girish Phatak Date and Faculty 21st Feb. 2011 Business Communication Col. Girish Phatak Date and Faculty 28th Feb. 2011 Financial Management Prof. 2011 Business Decision Analysis Prof. Vaishali Apte Monday 1st Feb. 2011 Business Decision Analysis Prof. Girish Phatak Date and Faculty 14th Feb. Sunil Brijkrishan 23rd Feb.Pune Date and Faculty Date and Faculty 7th Feb. Girish Phatak Tuesday Wednesday . 2011 Operations Management Prof. Vaishali Apte 22nd Feb. 2011 Business Communication Col. Vaishali Apte 8th Feb. 2011 Business Decision Analysis Prof.00 pm Venue: John Deere.

Magarpatta City. 2011 Business Communication Col. 2011 Operations Management Prof. Sunil Brijkrishan 23rd Mar. 2011 Session/Workshop 22nd Mar. 2011 Business Communication Col. 2011 Operations Management Prof. 2011 Session/Workshop 8th Mar. 2011 Session/Workshop . Madhup Gandhi 21st Mar. Madhup Gandhi 2nd Mar. Madhup Gandhi 14th Mar. Madhup Gandhi Tuesday 29th Mar. 2011 Business Communication Col. 2011 7th Mar.Pune Date and Faculty Date and Faculty Date and Faculty Date and Faculty Date and Faculty 28th Mar.00 pm Venue: John Deere.March 2011 SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Timings: 6. 2011 Operations Management Prof. 2011 Operations Management Prof. Sunil Brijkrishan 9th Mar. 2011 Session/Workshop Monday 1st Mar. Sunil Brijkrishan 16th Mar.00 pm to 9. 2011 Session/Workshop Wednesday 30th Mar. 2011 Session/Workshop 15th Mar.

2011 PL 26th Apr.00 pm to 9. 2011 PL 20th Apr.Pune Date and Faculty 4th Apr. 2011 Semester End Exam Wednesday 6th Apr. 2011 PL 27th Apr. 2011 Session/Workshop 12th Apr.Magarpatta City.April 2011 SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Timings: 6. 2011 PL 18th Apr.00 pm Venue: John Deere. 2011 Semester End Exam Monday 11th Apr. 2011 PL 19th Apr. 2011 Assignment Submission Date and Faculty Date and Faculty Date and Faculty 25th Apr. 2011 Session/Workshop 13th Apr. 2011 PL Tuesday 5th Apr. 2011 Semester End Exam .

Magarpatta City.May 2011 SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Timings: 6. 2011 Semester End Exam .00 pm Venue: John Deere.00 pm to 9.Pune 2nd May. 2011 Semester End Exam Monday Tuesday 3rd May.

to 6.00 p. Standard of Passing: The standard of passing is 50% marks.00 p. are notified on the 'Library Notice Board' from time to time basis.e.m. Each subject is allotted 100 marks. to 6. a student can avail a relaxation of 25% of attendance. if any. internal and external.m. in each paper as separate head of passing i. for borrowing books and the Reading hall is open from 9.m.00 a. If the attendance of any student falls below the stipulated 75%. The student shall be eligible to appear for maximum two continuous attempts (1 regular exam and 1 backlog). Library hours are subject to change and all changes. Examination Rules All Internal Assessments as well as end term examination is mandatory. Library Rules: The library functions from 9. However. during most of the academic session. considering the work commitments.00 a. Borrowing Facility: One Book is issued for 4 weeks .m.Code of Conduct Attendance Rules: Every student is expected to attend 100% lectures. she/he will not be allowed to write semester end exams.

. Loss of library book /tickets should be reported immediately in writing to the librarian. Payment for the lost book is to be made only to the SIBM counter person and a receipt is to be obtained from him/her. c. if any. whichever is earlier from the date of issue.The issue system: • The Library catalogue is available on-line. 2 /per day per book. Overdue charges: • If the Books are not returned on the due date. members to pay the book price of the as per accession register with any dues. If a book is lost by a member he/she should replace the book with overdue charges. Public Access Catalogue popularly known as OPAC which can be accessed at Lavale campus form anywhere. e. students have to pay an Late charges Rs. d. Members are responsible for the books issued on their library tickets. For Lost book. Loss of books/library tickets a. The lost book will have to be replaced by the member within fifteen days or before the semester ends. b.

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