Valedictory Session of Global Talk Series @ GLBIMR
Valedictory Session of Global Talk Series on “Management of Technology, Innovation & Change” by Mr. Ashish Patel, Managing Director, Morgan Franklin Consulting, Mclean, VA, USA @ GLBIMR from September 06th-13th, 2018
Under the pioneering leadership of Mr. Pankaj Agarwal, Vice Chairman, GL Bajaj Educational Institutions & stewardship of Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director General, GL Bajaj Institute of Management & Research (GLBIMR), successfully organized Global Talk Series on “Management of Technology, Innovation & Change -30 Hours Course Module” from September 06-13, 2018. Ceremonial Lamp lighting by Mr. Pankaj Agrawal, Vice Chairman, Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director General along with the Expert Speaker, Mr. Ashish Patel, Managing Director, Morgan Franklin Consulting, McLean, VA, USA marked the inauguration of the highly intellectual event. The highly interactive session involving experiential learning was extremely engaging participating for the students.
Mr. Ashish Patel, who carries with himself a diversified experience in International & National Marketing Sphere, brought a varied array of insights to the campus, making the students well versed with the latest Technology & Innovations across the globe. He also provided students with a foundation for understanding the management of technology, innovation and change in the context of the dynamic business environment of the present era for effective and efficient decision making.
During the valedictory session, Dr. Urvashi Makkar extended her gratitude to Mr. Patel for the excellent learning’s that will help the young managers to face the challenges of leading the change management process needed to embrace in the dynamic business world of today.
During the Valedictory session of Global Talk Series ,Information Brochure of GLBIMR was also unveiled. The subject MTIC, with 3 Course Credits & 30 Hours of duration, is amongst the unique offerings of the institute, benchmarking our curriculum with best of the Business Schools in India. This 30 hours module gave insight to the students that how data drives businesses and organizations to constantly seek new ways of capturing and analyzing information to improve processes to remain competitive in today’s global marketplace.