The IMPM was featured in the Times of India on February 20 2012. The story features director of the IMPM India module, Professor S Raghunath and the Managing Director of the IMPM, Dora Koop. Click Here To View The Story
After many years of dedicated service Colette Web has moved on to take up the post as administrator of the Confucius Institute at Lancaster University. We will miss her dearly and wish her all the success she can possibly have in her new adventure. Professor Lucas D. Introna takes over as the new Academic Chair […]
FGV-EBAPE ran a stimulating and fun Action mindset module in Rio de Janeiro. The module considered the ‘Why not?’ approach to action prevalent in Brazil and its impact on action for management and the social context. The module included early morning reflection on Ipanema beach.
‘Managing’, written by IMPM co-founder Henry Mintzberg, was named last night as the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Management Book of the Year, at an awards ceremony hosted by the British Library. The Management Book of the Year competition is run by CMI in association with the British Library. The competition seeks to uncover the UK’s […]
“Never send a changed person into an unchanged organization.” But in management development, we always do. This webinar focused on how to bring management development into the workplace, and make it organization development. We began by discussing how, in our fifteen years of experience with a unique Masters program, management education has been combined with […]
From May 2010 the International Masters in Practicing Management (IMPM) is adding China and Brazil to its module locations. When the IMPM was launched in 1996 it was unique as an international executive masters program in featuring India as a location. Whilst retaining India as a location for the Worldly mindset through our longstanding relationship […]
Henry Mintzberg’s 35-year career in making sense of managerial work reached another milestone at the end of 2009 with the publication of his book’Managing’. Following the buzz surrounding ‘Managers not MBAs’—which turned the spotlight on the limitations of MBA education and contrasted it with the IMPM—his latest book builds on his long-term interest in the […]