Category: Seminar

Seminar On ‘Do Markets Matter In The War Against Terror? The Impact of Markets on Terror Attacks by Kashmiri Insurgents in India’

By: Prof Rajiv Krishnan, Associate Professor, Beedie School of Business, Canada. Abstract of the Talk: Kashmir, once considered as a paradise on earth, had became a bloody battle ground between Kashmiri insurgents and the Indian Government. The government of India has tried various routes to bring peace to the valley, such as negotiations with Kashmiri insurgents, counter terrorism, and even subsidies to appease …Read more »

Seminar On ‘The Healthcare Disorder Has Cure’

By: Dr Rajaram Govindarajan, Professor in the Department of Operations Management, Innovation and Data Sciences at the prestigious ESADE Business School, Barcelona. Abstract Of the Talk: A recent study published by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University in the British Medical Journal estimates that 250,000 people die every year due to medical errors in the U.S., making it the third greatest cause of …Read more »

Seminar On Big Data for Business.

By: Dr Anil Maheshwari, Professor of Management Information Systems & Director of Center for Data Analytics, Maharishi University of Management, Fairfield, Iowa, USA. Abstract Of the talk:    Big Data is the new natural resource – data is doubling every 12-18 months. Big Data is defined as data that cannot be managed using traditional tools. Organizations have a big challenge in dealing with …Read more »

Seminar On Pay-per-unit vs. Subscription Pricing for Experiential Products under Competition.

By: Dr. Varun Gupta, Assistant Professor, Supply Chain and Operations Management, Sam and Irene Black School of Business, Penn State Erie, USA. Abstract of the talk: In a market where distributors compete to sell experiential products (e.g.; movies and music), should they use pay-per-unit pricing or use subscription pricing? How do consumers’ valuation for the product, and the contract between the …Read more »

Seminar On Contextual Ambidexterity and Innovation in Health Care in India: The Role of HRM

By : Dr Ashish Malik, Senior Lecturer, the University of Newcastle, Australia. Abstract of the talk:      The purpose of that talk was to examine innovation in the resource-constrained context of India’s healthcare industry. It has been argued that the process of innovation in addressing healthcare management challenges in such a context occurs through organisational ambidexterity and that human resource management …Read more »

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