Technology and Operations Strategies for Value Chain Appropriation - IIM Bangalore

Start Date:2013-02-27
End Date:2013-03-01
Event Type:Management Development Programme
Though the choice of topics and cases may be positioned in the technology management /operations area, the program is designed (discussions will be focused accordingly) for CXO, General Managers and Senior Managers across functional specializations (like strategy, finance, HR, etc). Senior managers in the areas of product development, technology management, innovation, operations systems, and supply chain management can also benefit from the multi-functional aspects in which operations related problems are addressed. Since value delivery involves multifunctional effort, firms benefit from nominating managers from two or three functional specializations. Concepts and real-life case studies used in the program make the program relevant for both manufacturing and service-oriented firms. 
Event Details:

In the contemporary competitive world, firms have to leverage technology and operations strategy for significantly enhancing the value addition along the supply chain. Product development, technology management, innovation, operations systems, supply chain management are among the key drivers that deliver the value. At the next level, it is important to realize that there is interplay among these key drivers. Further, this interplay has to be designed in a competitive context. On this basic premise, this program, building from these diverse key drives, addresses the issues that help the firms to appropriate larger share of value chain. This is a multidimensional, yet coordinated, approach for value chain appropriation.

Programme Charges
Residential: Rs. 60,000/-
Non-residential: Rs. 58,500/-