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  • 1. Asia-Pacific Entrepreneurship Development Institute 44, Brijeshwari Annex, Bengali Square, Ring Road Indore – 452 016, Madhya Pradesh, India Cell: 0091-94250-54361 / 62 Email: info@asiapacificedi.org Website: www.asiapacificedi.org
  • 2. Statutory / Legal Status • Asia-Pacific Entrepreneurship Development Institute is registered under Society Registration Act 1860 with its area of operation all over India. • The General Body of Asia Pacific EDI comprises experienced and like-minded members from different background such as development sector, teaching, management sector and business. The General Body represents members from different seven States of India. Out of 11 members, 4 are women. In the Executive Council, out of 7 members, 2 are women. • The Advisory Board of Asia Pacific EDI comprises internationally renowned eminent personalities of Development Sector, IITs, IIMs and other leading organizations from Europe, USA and India. The Advisory Board provides direction to Asia Pacific EDI so that it can work to fulfil its vision and mission and achieve its goals and objectives. • Faculty of Asia Pacific EDI is a group of 20 committed, seasoned and experienced professional trainers, academicians, researchers, project managers and entrepreneurs having diverse background of corporate sector, industry, family businesses, management education, social entrepreneurship and social / development sector.
  • 3. Advisory Board • Dr. H. H. Mankad: Post-Graduate from School of Economics, University of Pennsylvania & Wharton School, Philadelphia, Ph.D. (International Finance), Former Vice Chancellor Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai & Mody Institute of Technology & Science, Lakshmangarh. • Dr. M.N. Jha: M.Sc. (Ag.), Ph.D., Post Doctorate (Oxford University, UK), Former Dean & Scientist, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun • Dr. S. P. Singh: M.A. (Economics), M. Phil., Ph.D., Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee • Dr. Somesh K. Mathur: M.A. (Economics), M. Phil., Ph.D., Faculty, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur • Professor Rakesh Shrivastava: B Tech. (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi) PGDM (Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata), Presently Professor at Goa Institute of Management, Goa
  • 4. Advisory Board • Dr. Justin Paul: M.A. (Economics), Ph.D. (Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai), Faculty, Foster School of Business, University of Washington, USA, Formerly, Faculty Member, Indian Institute of Management, Indore • Dr. Jatin Pancholi: M.B.A. (Finance), Ph.D., C.I.A., Faculty, Department of Accounting & Finance Middlesex University, UK • Mr. Prabhat Labh: B. Sc. (Honours Statistics) Banaras Hindu University, PGDFM (Indian Institute of Forest Management Bhopal), Program ManagerFinancial Inclusion, The MasterCard Foundation, Toronto, Canada • Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Sharma: M.A. (Political Science), M. Phil., Ph.D. , Professor & Head of the Department of Political Science, Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut • Dr. Naresh Singh: B.A. (Honours.), M.A. (Sociology), M. Phil., Ph.D., M.B.A. (Finance), (Founder President Asia Pacific EDI & Convener Advisory Board)
  • 5. Faculty Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Dr. Naresh Singh: B.A. (Honours.), M.A. (Sociology), M. Phil., Ph.D., M.B.A. (Finance) Dr. Shalini Verma: B.A. (Honours), Diploma in Training & Development, M.A. (Journalism & Communication), M.A. & Ph. D. (English Literature) Dr. Gajpal Singh: MBA, Ph.D. (Management), L.L.B., Formerly Director, S.D. College of Management, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh Dr. Meenakshi Kaushik: M.B.A., Ph.D. (Leadership Development) from Rajasthan University, Jaipur Dr. Kalam Singh: M.A. (Sociology), Ph.D. Ms. Buriata Eti Tofinga: Graduation (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand), Post Graduation (University of Sydney, Australia), Ph.D. pursuing on Social Entrepreneurship (School of Management & Public Administration, Faculty of Business & Economics University of the South Pacific, Laucala Campus, Suva, Fiji) Mr. Jitendra Rajaram Verma: MBA Devi Ahilya University, Indore, Ph.D. pursuing in Management from Devi Ahilya University, Indore, Non-Fiction Writer & author of the famous non-fiction ‘My Wise Countrymen’ Mr. Krishna Mohan: MBA-HRM (JNTU, Hyderabad), M.S. (Public Relations and Mass Communications, Sri Venkateshwara University, Tirupati), Ph.D. pursuing from RTM Nagpur University.
  • 6. Faculty Team 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Mr. Uunmesh Gogwekar: Maters in Management Studies (MMS) Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, University of Mumbai. Formerly Vice President HSBC Bank Mr. Devender Singh Negi: M. A. Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, CAIIB (Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers). Formerly General Manager SIDBI Mr. Nooruddin Bombaywala: PGDM (Business Entrepreneurship), M.C.A., M.S. (University of North Carolina) Mr. Mustafa Nadeem: M.B.A. (Finance) Mr. Gaurav Khandelwal: PGDBM (Marketing), Welingkar Institute of Management, Mumbai Ms. Ene Teemae: Diploma in Commodities and Trade Management & M.A. (European Studies) from Faculty of Economics, University of Tartu, Estonia Mr. Tonmoy Chatterjee: B. Com., Post Graduate Diploma in Management of NGOs (PGDMN) Mr. Ratul Barman: M.A. (Philosophy), M.S.W. (Guwahati University Guwahati, Assam) Mr. Abhishek Chibber: B. Com (Honours), University of Delhi, MBA, ICFAI Business School, Gurgaon Mr. Abhijeet Singh Chauhan: MBA (Marketing & IT), Devi Ahilya University, Indore Mr. Gorakh Nath Dwivedi: MBA (Finance & HR), Devi Ahilya University, Indore
  • 7. Vision Transcending growth horizons in Asia-Pacific region by fostering an enabling environment of entrepreneurship development
  • 8. Mission Accelerating economic growth and social equality by leading entrepreneurship development movement in Asia-Pacific region in the fields of corporate entrepreneurship, small & medium enterprises entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial education and social entrepreneurship
  • 9. Values • • • • • • • • • Accessibility Affordability Commitment Ethical Practices Honesty Integrity Mutual Respect Transparency Truth
  • 10. Goals • • • • • • • • To bring excellence in corporate sector by developing programmes of corporate entrepreneurship (intrapreneurship) and addressing the issues of improving leadership, management style, efficiency and productivity. To strengthen SMEs and family businesses entrepreneurship through different programmes of leadership, succession planning, life coaching and achievement motivation. To boost the new venture and start-up entrepreneurship environment and motivate potential entrepreneurs to start their enterprises. To create an environment of entrepreneurial education by developing programmes for school students, management students, management faculty and Directors as well as promoters of the business schools. To demonstrate and facilitate in launching successful models of social entrepreneurship for accessibility of social services at the bottom of pyramid. To strengthen livelihood sector for addressing the problems of unemployment, hunger, poverty and inclusive growth in rural as well as urban areas. To bridge the gap of corporate sector and development sector and bring together both the sectors for implementing projects of corporate social responsibility. To build up strong environment in society for social development; especially in the areas of women empowerment, health, education, environment, water & sanitation, urban development and rural development.
  • 11. Objectives • • • • • • • • • To implement training, academic, research, publications, project management and consulting programmes of corporate entrepreneurship (intrapreneurship) for different target groups and work on the issues of leadership, management style, efficiency and productivity in corporate sector. To implement projects of corporate intrapreneurship in different areas of corporate sector at different levels. To execute programmes of SMEs and family businesses entrepreneurship for existing entrepreneurs as well as next generation and focus on leadership, succession planning, life coaching and achievement motivation. To put into operation new venture and start-up enterprises through potential entrepreneurs by different programmes. To put into practice entrepreneurial education by addressing the target groups of school students, management students, management faculty, Directors and promoters of business schools. To exhibit social entrepreneurship programmes and bring development ethos at the bottom of pyramid where everyone can be benefitted with innovations. To implements programmes of livelihood promotion so that problems of unemployment, hunger and poverty can become a phenomena of past. To implement projects of corporate social responsibility in different social sectors and regions. To execute programmes of social development related to women empowerment, health, education, environment, water & sanitation, urban development and rural development.
  • 12. Corporate Social Sectors Education SME & Family Businesses
  • 13. Training Consulting Academics Programmes Project Research Management Publications
  • 14. Programmes - Training (Corporate Sector) • One day workshop on achievement motivation for improving leadership and management style for the top level management of corporate sector • Three days training on intrapreneurship for improving leadership and management style for the senior & middle level management of corporate sector • Three days training on achievement motivation for improving productivity and efficiency for the operational level functionaries of corporate sector • Need based customised training programmes for different levels according to the need
  • 15. Programmes - Training (SME Sector) • One day workshop on leadership, succession planning and life coaching for the top level management of small & medium enterprises and family businesses • Five days training on preparing next generation for leadership growth, mentoring and succession planning for the young business leaders of small & medium enterprises and family businesses • Five days training on business plan preparation and project appraisal for potential entrepreneurs for the young business leaders of small & medium enterprises and family businesses • Three days training on achievement motivation training for improving productivity and efficiency for the operational level functionaries of small & medium enterprises and family businesses • Need based customised training programmes for different levels according to the need
  • 16. Programmes - Training (Education Sector) • • • • • • • • • Four days training on developing strategic / operational planning and financial modelling for growth and sustainability of business schools for the promoters, directors and deans & HODs of business schools Four days training on developing teaching excellence and effectiveness in management education for faculty members of business schools Four days training on case writing methods and case teaching techniques in management discipline for faculty members of business schools Four days training on documentation and publication of quality research in management discipline for faculty members of business schools Four days training on qualitative research methods and techniques in management discipline for faculty members of business schools Four days training on quantitative research methods & techniques and use of SPSS in management discipline for faculty members of business schools Four days training on teaching entrepreneurship development course for faculty members of business schools Five days Superstar Camp on TALENT (Training for Achievement, Leadership and Entrepreneurship - Needs & Techniques) for school students in the age group of 16-20 Five days Champions Camp on TALENT (Training for Achievement, Leadership and Entrepreneurship - Needs & Techniques) for college students in the Age Group of 20-25
  • 17. Programmes - Training (Social Sector) • • • • • Four days training on fund raising, writing grant winning proposals and developing evaluation criteria for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies Four days training on strategic & financial management of NGOs / development organizations and planning for sustainability modelling for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies Four days training on developing strategies of project management, monitoring and evaluation of development projects for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies Four days training on developing strategies of livelihood promotion among ultra poor families and women for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies Four days training on developing strategies for combating violence & sexual harassment against women for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies
  • 18. Programmes - Training (Social Sector) • Four days training on strategies of developing social entrepreneurship projects for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies • Four days training on planning and implementing of corporate social responsibility projects for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies • Four days training on planning and implementing of agribusiness entrepreneurship projects for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies • Four days training on planning and management of rural entrepreneurship development programmes for the senior & middle level development professionals from NGOs, government / financial / funding organizations and CSR oriented companies
  • 19. Programmes - Academic • Four-week duration residential certificate programme for young business leaders of SMEs and family businesses on preparing next generation for effective management, leadership, business expansion and diversification. The certificate is issued by Asia Pacific EDI and signed by its President.
  • 20. Programmes - Research • Organizational and leadership development in corporate sector • Sustainability and growth plans for SMEs and family businesses • Perception of management students and teachers about the quality and good practices of management education in India • Competency mapping test for career planning and employability for college students in the age group of 20-25 • Psychometric test for personality development and career planning for school students in the age group of 16-20 • Monitoring and evaluation of projects • Dimensions of development policy and governance • Perspectives on microfinance, entrepreneurship and social development • Changing structure of rural and urban communities in India and its challenges
  • 21. Programmes - Publications • Publication of Transcend Asia Pacific EDI Journal on quarterly basis by covering theoretical and empirical research in its focussed areas of corporate entrepreneurship, small & medium enterprises entrepreneurship, family businesses entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial education and social entrepreneurship. • Publications of Horizons Asia Pacific EDI Newsletter on monthly basis focussing on innovative ideas in the fields of corporate entrepreneurship, small & medium enterprises entrepreneurship, family businesses entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial education and social entrepreneurship.
  • 22. Programmes - Project Management • Entrepreneurship development projects for different target groups and on different locations • Science and technology development projects for different target groups and on different locations • Renewable and alternative energy projects for different target groups and on different locations • Urban poverty alleviation and slum improvement projects for different target groups and on different locations • Rural livelihood improvement projects for different target groups and on different locations • Agribusiness management projects for different target groups and on different locations • Tribal development projects for different target groups and on different locations • Women empowerment projects for different target groups and on different locations • Education development projects for different target groups and on different locations • Environment and sustainable development projects for different target groups and on different locations
  • 23. Programmes - Consulting • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Organizational restructure and turnaround management Mergers and acquisitions Organizational development and human resource planning Marketing survey and market research Succession planning and personal life coaching for young business leaders Expansion and diversification planning of SMEs and family managed businesses New venture creation Market expansion and export support Strategic / operational planning and financial modelling of academic institutions viz. private universities, colleges, management institutions, engineering institutions and schools Developing institutional processes of academic institutions viz. private universities, colleges, management institutions, engineering institutions and schools Need based teachers training in academic institutions Need based students training in academic institutions Fund raising and writing grant winning proposals Developing institutional processes, documentation and communication for NGOs Project management, monitoring and evaluation of development projects Need based training for NGO staff