Responsible Management Education

Review of Mergers and Acquisitions deals in 2016-17: A record year for India

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) are considered to be one of the most important ways to expand the business inorganically and respond to the changing market conditions. The wave of M&A activities is not new across the globe and India. The last financial year 2016-17 was a record breaking period for M&A deals in India. The Read more

Teamwork : The Other Name of Voluntary Leadership

A good team work exist when a group of people work together in close coordination towards a common goal and creates a positive work atmosphere thereby supporting each other so as to pool in individual strengths to enhance team performance. Teamwork is significant for an organization since it provides employees with an opportunity to bond Read more

The Future of HR

HR has been evolving a lot as a function in the recent times. The talent pool has been increasing, and as a consequence organizations are looking at HR as a strategic role more importantly than before. In a recent survey done by the Society for Human Resource Management, HR professionals say that the three biggest Read more

Experience of a lifetime – IILM’s Global Study Program at International School of Management, Germany.

There’s a big world beyond the IILM campus, and a student can experience it through the golden opportunity given by IILM Undergraduate Business School as Global Study Program. In order to be a responsible leader in today’s time students need to have first hand experience of cultures, organizations, and business practices around the world. In Read more

Why Your Company Needs a B-school Campus Recruitment Strategy?

On-campus information sessions and recruitment is the most popular way for management graduates to find career opportunities after job boards, employer website and career fairs. Campus recruiting is also a great way for organizations to engage emerging talent. But campus recruitment comes with its own challenges. Attracting management students on their own turf needs a Read more

What Lies Ahead for the Indian Youth

India has the world’s highest youth population. According to 2011 Census, 62.5% of its 1.2 billion people are in the working population age of 15-59. On the other hand, Japan is the world’s oldest nation, with 25% of its population is above 65 years of age and by the year 2040, this is going to Read more

Book Review – Competing Against Luck: The Story of Innovation and Customer Choice [Clayton M. Christensen, Karen Dillon , Taddy Hall, David S. Duncan]

Clayton M. Christensen, Karen Dillon , Taddy Hall, David S. Duncan : Competing Against Luck: THE STORY of INNOVATION and CUSTOMER CHOICE Hardcover: 288 pages Publisher: HarperBusiness; 1 edition (October 4, 2016) Language: English ISBN-10: 0062435612 ISBN-13: 978-0062435613 Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches Being in the ‘Decade of Innovation’, this is yet another remarkable read on Innovation by Clayton Christensen and Read more

Become a Part of the IILM Alumni Network Leading the World

With over 9000+ alumni spread across 30 countries, the IILM alumni network is vibrant, engaged and growing with every passing day. The network is very active and passionate about helping each other. Read more

Importance of Group Discussions

Group Discussion Group discussion (GD), by virtue of the term, means exchange of views by participants on a given subject. The whole idea is to bring together a set of people on a common platform to share their ideas, thereby giving an opportunity to exhibit not only their knowledge, but also to understand and enhance Read more

Should Credit Ratings alone be used for Investment Decisions??

Credit ratings are not investment recommendations rather they serve as one of several tools that investors can use when making decisions regarding investing in debt funds or any other investments. The ratings agencies only provide an independent opinion on the credit quality of the investment instruments issued by the issuers. Therefore, the investment decision should Read more