SPJIMR Announces Collaboration With Babson College for an Exclusive Programme for Family Business /PR Newswire India/

MUMBAI, September 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) in collaboration with Babson College, USA has launched an exclusive leadership programme ‘Lead to Transform’ for India’s family business owner-leaders.   

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The programme is designed for owners, successors, and promoters of family businesses who are the job creators, wealth creators, capability builders and play an important role in driving India’s growth story. 

‘Lead to Transform’ puts together a unique teaching experience offering the best of two leading institutes: SPJIMR, the pioneers in family business education in India and Babson College, Massachusetts, a globally acclaimed institute for entrepreneurship education.

The objective of the programme is to prepare family business leaders to drive change and transform their organisations to achieve exponential growth, generational continuity, and build good governance practices. The programme is highly practical as the participants will develop their own roadmap for the future with consultancy guidance from SPJIMR’s experienced faculty and experts.  

The participants will have a 10-day schedule divided into two modules of five days each. The first batch of ‘Lead to Transform’ will take off at the end of October with a five-day residential module at the Babson Executive Conference Centre at Wellesley, Massachusetts. This will be followed by a five-day residential module in December in Mumbai. Globally-renowned faculty, industry leaders like Mr. Deepak Parekh and prominent business owners like Mr. Harsh Mariwala will interact with participants closely.  

“Lead to Transform is uniquely designed after a considerable research on family businesses. It is going to equip family business owners with tools and techniques to enhance their enterprise value, manage family dynamics and develop a leadership path for the next-gen. It is a one-of-its-kind experience for owner-leaders who are ambitious and progressive,” said Dr. Mita Dixit, Programme Head of Lead to Transform at SPJIMR.

Prof. Matt Allen of Babson College said, “This programme brings two concepts – success across generations and entrepreneurship together, so that the participants from Indian family businesses will better understand how to use entrepreneurship to ensure the success of their family businesses for future generations.”

About SPJIMR  

S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) (http://www.spjimr.org) is a constituent of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and is ranked among the top 10 business schools of India. As a premier school of management, SPJIMR is noted for pedagogic innovations and pioneering programmes, which have helped the institute stand out for its unique and distinctive path in management education. The philosophical pillars upon which rest the edifice of SPJIMR’s educational pedagogy and development are ‘influencing practice’ and ‘promoting value-based growth’. SPJIMR currently operates only from its 45 acre campus in Andheri, Mumbai. To avoid confusing us with any other institution, look for the five strokes logo and the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan association.

SPJIMR’s MBA-equivalent, two-year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is the largest programme of the Institute. SPJIMR runs a highly successful Post Graduate Family Managed Business (PGFMB) programme, the 15-month Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM), the Post Graduate Executive Management Programme (PGEMP), the Global Management Programme (GMP – formerly known as PGCIM) and the Post Graduate Programme in Development Management (PGPDM). The Institute runs several shorter term programmes like the PMP Preparatory Programme, the Post Graduate Certificate in Advanced Project Management, Doing Business in India (DBI), Start Your Business (SYB) and Grow Your Business (GYB). SPJIMR has launched several new programmes like the Post Graduate Management Programme for Women (PG-MPW), a management programme for women aspiring to return to the workforce; the Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) and in association with the Times of India group a Programme in Strategic Media & Entertainment Management (PSMEM).

Media Contact:
Abbasali Gabula
Deputy Director, External Relations & Administration
S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research

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