IMBA Learning Goals
The IMBA program follows the same overall philosophy as MBA program, but is of a shorter duration on account of the participants being experienced managers, and because of it, necessarily with fewer required credits. Three out of four learning goals of the IMBA program overlap with those of the MBA program. The IMBA program particularly emphasizes transforming students to general managers and thus allowing them to function effectively in a senior position. The program develops an ability to make strategic decisions based on multi-disciplinary perspectives. The emphasis is on strategic change and implementation, together with change management in dynamic and global environments. The IMBA’s learning goals and associated learning objectives are described below.
L1-2 Able to develop a willingness to identify and articulate common viewpoints among different and possibly conflicting opinions of those from different cultural backgrounds.
L1-3 Able to acquire skills to communicate with people from diverse cultural backgrounds without relying on culturally idiosyncratic expressions.
L2-2 Able to outline strategies for socially responsible companies.
L2-3 Able to influence the attitudes and behaviors of others to accomplish a socially responsible goal.
L3-2 Ability to listen well and have empathy with other people.
L6-2 Demonstrate ability to gather and interpret data.
ENGLISH-BASED EDUCATION TO DEVELOP “WISE” INDIVIDUALS FOR GLOBAL BUSINESS AND SOCIAL LEADERSHIPS