Snippets of trending information about the lively SPJIMR community, including blogs, podcasts, announcements, events, and media coverage.

Announcements

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SPJIMR signs MoU with Blue Star Limited

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SPJIMR participants achieve the title of ‘Leaders of Tomorrow’

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Harsh Mehta, PGDM (2022-24) attends UN ECOSOC Youth Forum 2024

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The Payal Nanjiani Leadership Podcast with Dean Varun Nagaraj

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Enhancing Women Leadership in India Inc.

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Events

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Upcoming: Social Impact Awards 2024

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Upcoming: EarthLab Bootcamp

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PGPFMB Batch 34 concludes International Immersion at Babson College

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Celebrating International Yoga Day 2024

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Design Thinking Exhibition

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Teaching with Simulations

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Annual Convocation 2024

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DoCC-M3M Social Impact Grant 2024-25

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Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Case Writing

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SPJIMR and BNAC Summer Adventure Camp

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Press Releases

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SPJIMR launches Data Analysis MOOC to upskill global professionals July 18, 2024 Know more
SPJIMR launches LiFE programme for women in business families, invites applications July 15, 2024 Know more
SPJIMR contributes to global report on family business legacy July 10, 2024 Know more

SPJIMR Podcast

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Past Imperfect Episode 14: Swadeshi Steam with A.R. Venkatachalapathy

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Past Imperfect Episode 13: Murali Ranganathan on Bombay and Mumbai, Past and Present
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Past Imperfect Episode 12: Taylor Sherman on the myths of Nehru’s India
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Sapience Episode 7: Transforming business and leadership
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The inner side of leadership and coaching with Payal Nanjiani
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In the News

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"The fact that HMD has been selling Nokia-branded phones by highlighting its name—the makers of Nokia phones—makes it a known brand. It will have the brand equity and recall that Nokia had..."

Ashita Aggarwal

Inside HMD’s Bold Gambit

  • Forbes India

"…by 1861, Naoroji was settled in London and his association with Rast Goftar was, obviously, quite limited."

Dinyar Patel

Stroll into the 1850s Bombay with this curated travel guide

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