The PGEMP classroom was a mélange of bright participants of different ages, backgrounds and most importantly different corners of the corporate world. The classroom was more than a place bounded just by syllabus and
curriculum. The discussions, debates, case studies were all in themselves an amazing process of learning with inputs of 50 odd students at various designations, handling multifarious portfolios in organizations of so many spheres of industrial world.
Mr. Dipanjan Saha, Batch 39 (2015) - Tata Motors
There are a number of instances where Executive Management Programme caused a difference in my own area of influence. Typically in inter-personal relationships & sensitivity to others, integration of various functions & understanding impact on the organisation, mentoring & developing of subordinates and risk management at working level - risk assessment, impact of risk, mitigation.
Mr. K. Krishnakumar, Batch 1 (2004) – Larsen & Toubro
Post completion of PGEMP in 2008, I was given the fantastic opportunity of executing one of L&T’s largest export orders. At the age of 38, I moved on to becoming the youngest member of JCB India exec. and in 2014, earned the distinction of being the first non-British Managing Director in JCB UK. In this role, literally every day, my learnings at PGEMP help me while meandering my way through the complexities of global business.
Mr. Deepak Shetty, Batch 8 (2008) – L&T
My experience at SPJIMR gave me all that I expected and more. We became more conscious of the processes/activities in our organisation as well as the world. I started moving out of my silo. While the academic inputs have been tremendous, the peer learning had a huge role to play.
Ms. Divya Vutukuru, Batch 44 ( 2016) – BPCL
It is a very well structured program with carefully chosen course content, assignments and faculty. The faculty have been excellent very insightful and encouraged lateral thinking. In the flashback I can see that each assignment was designed towards understanding of a concept or towards practical application of it. I could implement many of the concepts in my work.
Mr. Ashwani Kumar, Batch 38 (2015) – BPCL
The programme provides a multi faceted understanding of business and helps you in having a holistic view of the impact of your decisions on the organization. Micro to macro view is what happens at the end and you start building an understanding for other functions and start appreciating other departments.
Ms. Sushma Chopra, Batch 42 (2016) – eClerx Services Ltd.