Dr Sharad Nair from Apex Advisors DMCC gave an insightful talk on “How to grow rich and stay rich”. He gave some tips as to how to invest in a prudent manner and also emphasized the importance of striking a work-life balance.
An enthusiastic cohort of MBA students from Gordon Institute of Business Science (University of Pretoria), Johannesburg visited IMT Dubai for sessions on Middle East Geo-Politics and learned about the importance of UAE in world economics.
Mr. Varun Malhotra Director – Gulf Marketing, UAE shared insights on “The Evolution of Customer Demand” with the students of MBA and BsBA and drew inferences from the current reality.
As part of the course Communication for Global Managers we have invited Mr. Allan Jacob, Senior Editor Khaleej Times, to address the students. He will be speaking on Media and Business: A peek into the relationship.
David Provenzani from Architaly Green Energy has interacted to some of our students in IMT Dubai. We registered with this company as part of a commitment to improve institutional sustainability through initiatives that will involve students and the institution more widely. Our potential work with the Green Team links importantly to our commitment to sustainable development and related goals of the UN Global Compact and PRiME
An interactive session “Rewards, Recognition & Technology: A glimpse into new age corporate initiatives” by Sudhanshu Tewari, CEO of Rewardz based in Singapore. Sudhanshu hails from a banking background, 3 years as VP at JP Morgan and also executive roles at RBS and Credit
IMT Dubai conducted the Management Lounge Meetup October 2017 at the campus in DIAC. The theme of the event was “Innovation in Management” which was graced by prominent personalities from various schools in Dubai.
The workshop presented by Professor Jeremy Williams encouraged the participants to reflect on what it means to be a professional educator, school administrator or counselor in the 21st century. Its main purpose is to critique some of the popular beliefs about the characteristics of the current generation of students in schools, and what strategies might be employed to foster student engagement. The workshop also shared the possibilities and probabilities of employment and employability in the management side in current job market.
The Management Lounge Meetup is a unique platform that reaches out to our school partners for an interactive-academic collaboration. This is an initiative that benefits the principals and students through university engagements, projects, and talent-need collaborations.
Here’s a quick glance at the event conducted at our campus: