Why Management?
Did you read any Management books in college?Did you read any Management books in college?
If so, which ones?
You can start with Peter F. Druckers,You can start with Peter F. Druckers,
The Essential Drucker
and
Subroto Bagchi’s
MBA ...
What do you want to become?
What are your expectations out of this
course?
Presentation framework
1. Introduction1. Introduction
2. Peter Drucker on Management
3. Purpose of education
4. ERP
5. ELL...
Peter F. Drucker
Management is about human beings. Its task is to make
people capable of joint performance, to make their
...
Peter F. Drucker
These days , practically all of us work in managed
institutions
CONCEPT OF MANAGED INSTITUTIONS
InteractiveInteractive SessionSession toto thethe extentextent thatthatInteractiveInteractive SessionSession toto thethe e...
WhatWhat definesdefines youryour persona?persona?
WhatWhat isis educationeducation allall about?about?
Comprehension, assimilation, analysis, reflect,
express and apply
Peter DruckerPeter Drucker
“ One important advance in the discipline and
practice of management is that both now embrace
e...
Why business school students are not inclined towards
entrepreneurship?entrepreneurship?
Management is just the choice of ...
Role of entrepreneurs in business growth, economic
growth and world prosperity!!!
ERP?ERP?
The ERP
Govt ERP! How do we create?
• No history of software
• No history of erp
• Lack of managerial human resource• Lack of mana...
ERP Characteristics
• A common database, which supports all
applications
• A consistent look and feel throughout each
modu...
ERP Characteristics
An integrated system that operates in real
time (or next to real time), without relying ontime (or nex...
Police IT
Comprehensive ERP system providing
seamless integration of the day to day
operations of the Police Department
Police IT
In its conceptualization, creation and
roll out, it would have a pioneeringroll out, it would have a pioneering
...
Police IT- Features
• Centralized Architecture
• Bilingual• Bilingual
• Workflow design
• Role based access
• 522 screens ...
Police IT-Modules
• Crime
• Law & Order
• Traffic
• Finance
• Administration
• Stores
• Armed Reserve
• Motor Transport
• ...
Why ELLWhy ELLWhy ELLWhy ELL
• Based on the concept of providing the right blend
of theories of management principles and ...
ELLELLELLELL
• We all have the Practitioners experience and
expertise to become ELL resource persons
• Hope to make it a m...
We are moving towards a knowledgeWe are moving towards a knowledgeWe are moving towards a knowledgeWe are moving towards a...
Do
Experiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning Model
Experience...
What is
INNOVATION???
Innovation is the creation of better and effective
products, processes, services, technologies, or
i...
INNOVATION
FOR WHOM
These hands symbolizes the end user studied differently by
large number of R& D and business developme...
World’s Great Innovators
Steve Jobs
Page & Brin
Kiichiro Toyoda
Bill Gates
Akio Morita
Sam Walton
Steve Jobs Kiichiro Toyo...
Do we have a innovative mind?Do we have a innovative mind?
World’s Great Innovators
Steve Jobs
Page & Brin
Kiichiro Toyoda
Bill Gates
Akio Morita
Sam Walton
Steve Jobs Kiichiro Toyo...
INNOVATION LIFE CYCLEINNOVATION LIFE CYCLEINNOVATION LIFE CYCLEINNOVATION LIFE CYCLE
Idea Generation Selection Execution C...
KSP Wide Area Network
39 locations 2 Mbps
leased line
10 Mbps aggregation
bandwidth
1400 remote
locations, 512 Kbps,
VPNoB...
Homeland Security
According DHS’s Mission Statement
Homeland Security coversHomeland Security covers
prevention,
protectio...
Framework for Safe & Secure City
Command and Control CenterCommand and Control Center
Interception Systems
TETRA Radio Net...
Welcome to world wide web ofWelcome to world wide web of
Management
Thank you !!!
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  1. 1. Why Management?
  2. 2. Did you read any Management books in college?Did you read any Management books in college? If so, which ones?
  3. 3. You can start with Peter F. Druckers,You can start with Peter F. Druckers, The Essential Drucker and Subroto Bagchi’s MBA @16
  4. 4. What do you want to become? What are your expectations out of this course?
  5. 5. Presentation framework 1. Introduction1. Introduction 2. Peter Drucker on Management 3. Purpose of education 4. ERP 5. ELL 6. Innovation 7. Homeland Security 8. Conclusion
  6. 6. Peter F. Drucker Management is about human beings. Its task is to make people capable of joint performance, to make their strengths effective and their weaknesses irrelevant. This is what organisation is all about, and its is the reason that management is critical, determining factor.
  7. 7. Peter F. Drucker These days , practically all of us work in managed institutions CONCEPT OF MANAGED INSTITUTIONS
  8. 8. InteractiveInteractive SessionSession toto thethe extentextent thatthatInteractiveInteractive SessionSession toto thethe extentextent thatthat wholewhole sessionsession cancan treatedtreated asas anan Q&AQ&A session!!!session!!!
  9. 9. WhatWhat definesdefines youryour persona?persona?
  10. 10. WhatWhat isis educationeducation allall about?about?
  11. 11. Comprehension, assimilation, analysis, reflect, express and apply
  12. 12. Peter DruckerPeter Drucker “ One important advance in the discipline and practice of management is that both now embrace entrepreneurship and innovation.”
  13. 13. Why business school students are not inclined towards entrepreneurship?entrepreneurship? Management is just the choice of a better course amongst the options, to get a better job and a better package and has nothing to do with the business thought process!
  14. 14. Role of entrepreneurs in business growth, economic growth and world prosperity!!!
  15. 15. ERP?ERP?
  16. 16. The ERP
  17. 17. Govt ERP! How do we create? • No history of software • No history of erp • Lack of managerial human resource• Lack of managerial human resource • Technical manpower • Humongous effort • Collaboration
  18. 18. ERP Characteristics • A common database, which supports all applications • A consistent look and feel throughout each module • Installation of the system without elaborate application/data integration by the Information Technology (IT) department
  19. 19. ERP Characteristics An integrated system that operates in real time (or next to real time), without relying ontime (or next to real time), without relying on periodic updates.
  20. 20. Police IT Comprehensive ERP system providing seamless integration of the day to day operations of the Police Department
  21. 21. Police IT In its conceptualization, creation and roll out, it would have a pioneeringroll out, it would have a pioneering impact in the way Police in India would go digital in the days to come
  22. 22. Police IT- Features • Centralized Architecture • Bilingual• Bilingual • Workflow design • Role based access • 522 screens and 417 reports
  23. 23. Police IT-Modules • Crime • Law & Order • Traffic • Finance • Administration • Stores • Armed Reserve • Motor Transport • Training • Wireless • Forensic Science Laboratory • Executive Information System
  24. 24. Why ELLWhy ELLWhy ELLWhy ELL • Based on the concept of providing the right blend of theories of management principles and the practitioners experience out of project execution • Best method of learning at the decision making• Best method of learning at the decision making level • Can fall back on the Practitioner for consultancy support as well • Resource base for lot of similar projects or customization across projects
  25. 25. ELLELLELLELL • We all have the Practitioners experience and expertise to become ELL resource persons • Hope to make it a movement • To cover all sectors of human existence• To cover all sectors of human existence • Today’s delegate composition is the reflection of this wish Will you all help create a knowledge based society?Will you all help create a knowledge based society?Will you all help create a knowledge based society?Will you all help create a knowledge based society?
  26. 26. We are moving towards a knowledgeWe are moving towards a knowledgeWe are moving towards a knowledgeWe are moving towards a knowledge based worldbased worldbased worldbased worldbased worldbased worldbased worldbased world Either we align or we perishEither we align or we perishEither we align or we perishEither we align or we perish
  27. 27. Do Experiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning Model Experience the activity; Perform, “Do it” 1 Share the results, reactions, and 2Apply what was learned to a similar or 5 Do ReflectApply reactions, and observations Publicly “What happened” Process by discussing, analyzing, reflecting “What’s important” 3 Generalize to connect the experience to real world Examples “So What” 4 to a similar or different situation; Practice “Now What”
  28. 28. What is INNOVATION??? Innovation is the creation of better and effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are accepted by markets, governments and society
  29. 29. INNOVATION FOR WHOM These hands symbolizes the end user studied differently by large number of R& D and business development teams across the globe.
  30. 30. World’s Great Innovators Steve Jobs Page & Brin Kiichiro Toyoda Bill Gates Akio Morita Sam Walton Steve Jobs Kiichiro Toyoda Akio Morita Richard Branson Gordon Moore Jeff Bezos Michael Dell Pierre Omidyar …what made them different is question?
  31. 31. Do we have a innovative mind?Do we have a innovative mind?
  32. 32. World’s Great Innovators Steve Jobs Page & Brin Kiichiro Toyoda Bill Gates Akio Morita Sam Walton Steve Jobs Kiichiro Toyoda Akio Morita Richard Branson Gordon Moore Jeff Bezos Michael Dell Pierre Omidyar An Indian Next May be you?
  33. 33. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLEINNOVATION LIFE CYCLEINNOVATION LIFE CYCLEINNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Prototypes and Production IP Licensing IN IP Licensing OUT Product brought to market Technology Spin-offs Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  34. 34. KSP Wide Area Network 39 locations 2 Mbps leased line 10 Mbps aggregation bandwidth 1400 remote locations, 512 Kbps, VPNoBB 4 Mbps internet leased line SPDC
  35. 35. Homeland Security According DHS’s Mission Statement Homeland Security coversHomeland Security covers prevention, protection, response and recovery
  36. 36. Framework for Safe & Secure City Command and Control CenterCommand and Control Center Interception Systems TETRA Radio Network Video Surveillance System ERP, RDBMS and Integration Geo-Spatial Technology Managerial Response to War on Terror
  37. 37. Welcome to world wide web ofWelcome to world wide web of Management Thank you !!!
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