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CV, Dr. Y. Malini Reddy, 8 Feb, 2015

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CV, Dr. Y. Malini Reddy, 8 Feb, 2015

  1. 1. 1 Dr. Y. Malini Reddy Personal Summary A dedicated and ambitious professional, I have more than 18 years of academic and industry experience across different sectors. My skills are derived from my strong background in establishing and supporting processes, working with people, and possessing a practical approach to solving problems and developing business. I seek learning opportunities that would allow my academic and managerial experience in apparel, retail, hospitality, marketing and education to be optimally utilized for the benefit of the organizations and society. Professional Experience  Associate Professor, Administrative Staff College of India, August 2013 onwards - As an instructor I have conducted programs on sales management, strategic marketing, customer relationship management, service excellence, digital marketing, business communications, train-the-trainer programs and general management programs. I have participated in several training programs for mid and senior level executives from public, private, government sectors and Not for Profit organization. Some of the organizations which have nominated their employees to my programs include BPCL, HPCL, IOL, DJB, Madhya Pradesh Tourism, ITDC, LIC, United India Insurance Co Ltd, CIL, BOB, PNB, J&K Bank, Lumbini Bank, Nabil Bank, Orient Cements, JSW Steel, Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd, Mysore Sales International Ltd, Kalanajali, Visakha Industries, Srikara Parenterals Pvt Ltd, Vijayanagar Biotech Ltd, Lohiya Edible Oils Pvt. Ltd, Srinivasa Hacheries Ltd., Lakshmi Machine Works Limited, Devi Cropscience Pvt. Ltd, SOS International, United States Pharmacopeia-India (P) Limited. I have also conducted in company training programs with United India Insurance Company and UltraTech Cement Limited. - As a consultant I have been involved in projects related to Branding and Communication, Market Research, Digital Marketing Strategies. These are detailed later. - As a researcher, I am part-time research fellow with Asian Institute of Management, Manila working in the areas of co-creation with community for enhancing the effectiveness of service delivery, particularly of public services. Research is being conducted in Warangal, on WASH in schools to identify the processes and factors that help in better adoption of sanitation and hygiene practices. - I have been Phd Examiner for ICFAI Business School, a PhD guide for JNTU, Kakinada and PhD Eternal guide with AIMA. - As a social marketer, I have launched Solutions for Inclusive Markets (SolIM), an initiative by ASCI to provide a platform for dialogue, formulation and implementation of sustainable programs to advance inclusive markets. As a first step, a workshop on “Inclusive & Sustainable Business: Creating Markets with the Poor in India” was conducted on
  2. 2. 2 December 06, 2014. It was well received and was attended by the 15 eminent panelists and 23 other professionals. Several other activities are being planned to develop this area.  Associate Professor, IMT Hyderabad, May 2013 onwards Associate Professor (Adjunct), IMT Hyderabad, July 2012 – April 2013) - Teaching role (Business Communications, Marketing Management, Services Marketing, Customer Relationship Management, Product Management)  Associate Professor, IMT Hyderabad, July 2011- June 2012 - As a member of the curriculum development team, I have suggested and implemented innovative programs such as Management and Business Orientation Programs which brought much value to the students and organization. I have successfully implemented industry linkage initiatives by bringing business leaders and senior professionals in the industry to the campus to interact with the students and faculty. - As the head of Image and Brand Building initiatives, I have single handedly developed and executed different initiatives related to social media marketing, public relations, website design, printed promotional material and so on. - As member of the Joint Admissions Committee of the IMT group of institutions, I have actively participated in formulating the policies related to admissions marketing and admissions procedure. - As head of admissions marketing at IMT Hyderabad I have organized events in the institute for prospective students, arranged for faculty members to visit colleges to addresses prospective students, and established contact with more than 400 college principals and deans. I have been part of the team that ensured smooth conduct of admissions procedure for close to 18,000 applicants. - As a teacher, I have taught the subjects of Principles of Management, Business Communication, and Marketing Management to post graduate students of business management. I have developed the course handouts for Customer Relationship Management, Services Marketing, Business Communications, and Marketing Management. - As a researcher, I have published research papers in leading international journals. I am also a reviewer with Sage Publications; Emerald Emerging Markets and Case Studies; and Asian Education and Development Studies.  Assistant Professor, ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad, June 2007 – June 2011 Senior Lecturer, ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad, June 2006- May 2007 - As the member of the Quality Assurance and Accreditation team, I was instrumental in getting South Asian Quality Assurance System (SAQS) accreditation for IBS Hyderabad. I have also worked on establishing educational processes such that they are aligned with the requirements of the AACSB International. I have also successfully completed the accreditation plan.
  3. 3. 3 - As an independent trainer, I have conducted workshops related to Defining and Measuring Learning Outcomes; Quality Assurance and Accreditation; AACSB and EFMD Quality Assurance Systems; Case Study Method of Teaching; Writing Case Studies; Research Methodology; Research in Education; Student Learning Enhancement; Rubrics and its Applications in Improving Student Learning; Trends in Marketing. - As a course coordinator, I have developed the courses of Services Marketing and Customer Relationship Management. - As a teacher, I have taught the subjects of Marketing Management, Services Marketing, Customer Relationship Management, Principles of Management and Consumer Behavior. I have guided numerous students in their Masters level projects and theses work. - As a researcher, I have published research papers in leading national and international journals.  Assistant Professor and Course Coordinator, NIFT Hyderabad, 1997- 2003 - As the head of the department of Garment Manufacturing Technology, I have participated in planning and improving the course curriculum of the two year post graduate diploma program in garment manufacturing technology. I have ensured the smooth conduct of the program by undertaking activities related to identifying and coordinating faculty; maintaining student files and mark sheets; counseling and mentoring students; forging long term relationships with leading companies and practitioners; organizing summer internships as well as placements for students and so on. - As a member of the team that worked towards getting ISO certification for NIFT Hyderabad, I participated in the initial phases of the certification and am a certified ISO auditor. - As a teacher, I taught subjects related to Garment Production Machinery and Equipment; Work Study; Production Planning; and Quality Assurance. I have guided numerous students in their Masters level projects and theses work. - As a trainer I have been part of training programs conducted by NIFT for salesmen of Raymonds stores in South India. - As a researcher I have published more than 60 articles on Fashion and Fashion Management and Marketing in the Fashion and Lifestyle supplementary of Deccan Chronicle newspaper. - As a consultant I have been part of the faculty teams that worked on various consulting projects that NIFT Hyderabad had executed.  Proprietress ‘Le Soleil’, Garment Retail Outlet, Hyderabad, 1997- 2001 - As the sole proprietress of the retail outlet, I have attained a comprehensive view of retailing by being involved in Retail Store Operations, Retail Selling, Consumer Buying Behavior, Franchising, Retail Law, Buying & Merchandising, Category Management, Visual Merchandising, Customer Relationship Management, Event Management, PR, organizing for customized apparel to be manufactured by different fabricators.
  4. 4. 4 - The store has the distinction of being the flagship launch store of APCO’s brand “Vastra”. Further, the garments retailed under the Vastra brand for the first one year were manufactured by LeSoleil.  Consulting Assignments After joining ASCI - March – June 2014 “Branding and Communication Strategy” for Hyderabad Institute of Technology and Management (HITAM). Main Project Features: Identify differentiators and areas of competitive advantage; Developing branding and communication strategy; Identifying communications tool, channels and media; Guidance in preparation of communication material; Institutionalizing communication processes; Training faculty members in development and implementation of communication plans. Activities performed: Conceptualization, planning, implementation, Assessment of effectiveness - May – July 2014 (ongoing) “Assessing Digital Marketing Capabilities of Public Sector enterprises” for Andhra Pradesh Technical Services (APTS) Main Project Features: Study of digital marketing capabilities of Mee seva; Andhra Pradesh Police and Andhra Pradesh Road Transport Corporation. Activities performed: Secondary research; Digital Presence Mapping; Digital strategy development; Development of an assessment framework that can be used by public sector enterprises to map their digital maturity and identify path as well as specific areas of improvement. - June – August 2014 (ongoing) “Market Research and Corporate Communications” for SRIKARA Parenterals Pvt. Ltd. Main Project Features: Detailed research on the parenterals sector covering the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Orissa and Karnataka focusing on – Market size and growth potential covering both tender and channel segments; Demand for current products and new product needs; Competitor and market share analysis; Insights into purchase decisions and customer behavior ;Regulatory framework and its impact. Activities performed: Planning, identifying market research firm, supervising research, analyzing data, preparing report, providing recommendation, implementation support. - August 2014 – March 2015 (ongoing) “Capacity Building” for Telangana State Police Main Project Features: Branding and Capacity Building Activities performed: Logo Development and Vehicle branding  Consulting Assignments Prior to joining ASCI Area of Online Education: - September – December 2011 “Effective Communication” for Winzest Edutech Private Limited, a pioneer in developing online engineering tutorials (learningware), Hyderabad. I developed and delivered training to content writers; participated in website design; and proposed the format and strategy for the newsletter.
  5. 5. 5 - March-June 2011 “Product Review- Online Tutorials for Engineering Education” for Winzest Edutech Private Limited, a pioneer in developing online engineering tutorials (learningware), Hyderabad. I headed a team of product developers and quality assurance staff to establish processes for streamlining product review. I also developed the processes for collecting feedback and closing the loop. - February 2010 – April 2011 “Online Education- Program Design and Quality” for Triburg Centre for Learning established by Triburg, India’s leading apparel sourcing company headquartered at New Delhi. I headed a team of four people and developed a one year foundation program on Garment Merchandising and Manufacturing to be delivered in both ‘on line’ as well as ‘on campus’ mode. The development included content for students, teaching notes for instructors, compilation of resources, preparation of assessments and evaluation schemes, development of online tutorials and so on. The program is currently in second offering.  Advisory Role in the Area of Hospitality: - July 1997- till date As the wife of an entrepreneur, I have knowledge and hands on experience in aspects related to starting and running restaurants and service apartments. Employee management, purchasing, housekeeping, marketing, customer relations, feasibility plans, market assessment, quality assurance are some of the areas that I have been contributing to the various ventures started. The ventures are: Bamboo Hut, a theme based restaurant near Gandipet (1997 – 2005), Black Pepper, an Andhra Cuisine specialty restaurant at Banjara Hills (2005-2007), Olive Hospitality Services, a service apartment project (2007-2009), Colors n Flavors, a project comprising three restaurants and services apartments at Durgam Cheruvu (2009 onwards) Academic Qualification  PhD, Icfai University 2006- 2009. Dissertation Title: Design and Development of Rubrics for Assessment and Enhancement of Student Learning In Higher Education Professional Programs in India. My PhD was in the area of assessment and enhancement of student learning. Developing and implementing structured feedback and counseling processes was part of my PhD study. The effect of feedback on cognitive and affective learning outcomes was the focus. The topic is related to Service Quality, a subtopic of Services Marketing.  Management Teacher Program, Icfai Institute of Management Teachers, ICFAI University, 2003-06. During my Management Training Program (equivalent to M.Phil.) I studied Marketing Management, Consumer Behavior, Business to Business marketing, Sales and Distribution, and Retail Management. In addition to coursework, I also participated in several workshops related to Teaching Pedagogy, Case Writing, Consulting, Student Counseling, Developing MDPs etc.
  6. 6. 6  Post Graduate Diploma in Garment Manufacturing Technology from National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) New Delhi, 1995-97. My post- graduation at NIFT, Delhi is the Masters level program in Management offered by NIFT. After NIFT received a Deemed University status in 2006, it retitled the program and it is currently called Master of Fashion Technology. The courses that I have taken during the program include Basics of Marketing, Retailing, Industrial Organisation and Management Practices, Quantitative Methods and Research Methodology, Quality Management and Control, Production Control, Managerial Economics, Industrial Psychology and Personnel Management, Costing, and International Finance.  B.A. (Hons.) Economics from Sriram College of Commerce, Delhi University, 1992-95. Other Academic Activities  Consulting Editor of Icfai Journal of Higher Education. June 2009 – June 2011 (Associate Consulting Editor of Icfai Journal of Higher Education. May 2006 – May 2009).  Member of the review panel - Sage publications India. (Reviewed three manuscripts so far : BOUNDARIES & BEYOND: Enhancing Equity, Efficiency & Effectiveness; Cultural Schizophrenia and its impact on customer service quality: Exploring Policy-Practice Gaps in Customer Care; Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace) - Emerald Emerging Markets and Case Studies (Journal). (Reviewed two case studies so far : "A loaf of bread is just a loaf of bread : The bread war between Gardenia and Massimo") - Asian Education and Development Studies (Reviewed one paper so far) "Student Expectations of Business School Placements in India- An Exploratory Study" - Educational Management, Administration and Leadership (Sage Publication) “Teacher retention in the business schools: A study from the Indian perspective” "Workplace Predictors of Secondary School Teachers' Intention to Leave: An Exploration of Career Stages."  Actively involved in institutional development activities related to Educational Quality Management and Systems. In addition to AICTE, I have working knowledge of globally known management education accreditation systems such as AACSB, EFMD, AMDISA, AMBA. I have attended and conducted workshops on Assessment of learning.  Visiting faculty at NMIMS (teaching Marketing Management to executive MBA program); IICD (teaching Marketing and Entrepreneurship to Craft Management and Entrepreneurship Students); NIFT (teaching Research Methodology to alumni and evaluating research projects); TISS (teaching Rural marketing to students of MA in Rural Development and Governance)
  7. 7. 7  Internal Auditing of Quality System (ISO 9001:2000), 28-30th March, 2001  Intellectual Contributions (Published) I Books 1 "Student Learning in Higher Education Programs in India" (ISBN 978-3-639-70271- 2), Scholar’s Press This book focuses on evaluating the effectiveness of rubric assessment procedure in measuring and promoting student learning. The dimensions of learning considered were (a) attitudes towards assessment, specifically satisfaction with grading and feedback; (b) motivation levels and self- regulated learning behaviors; and (c) academic performance on cognitive and affective learning outcomes. To assess the influence of rubric usage on these aspects of learning, multiple field investigations were carried out at four higher education institutions and four business organizations using quasi-experimental designs. II Research Papers 1 Reddy, Y.M. and Sanjay Jaju (2015), Assessing the Quality of e-Enabled Delivery of Public Services: A Case Study of Meeseva. Journal of Economics, Business and Management , Vol.3, No.10, pp 984-989. 2 Malini Reddy& Shankha Sengupta (2012).Online medical education: determinants and development prospects with reference to Indian institutions. On the Horizon, Vol. 20 Issue: 2 pp. 117 – 125. 3 Reddy, Y.M. (2012). Examining The Relationship Between Rubric Assessment Tools And Enhancement Of Student Learning. International Journal of Management In Education (IJMIE), Vol.6, No. 3,pp 273-293. 4 Reddy, M. (2011). Determinants of student choice of business schools in India: A factor analytic investigation. International Journal of Management, 28 (3), 751-762. 5 Malini Y. Reddy, (2011) Design and development of rubrics to improve assessment outcomes: A pilot study in a Master's level business program in India, Quality Assurance in Education, Vol. 19 Iss: 1, pp.84 – 104. 6 Reddy, Y.M. & Andrade. H. (2010). A Review of Rubric Use in Higher Education. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education,1469-297X, 35(4), 435 – 448. 7 Reddy, Y.M. (2008).Global Accreditation Systems in Management Education - A Critical Analysis. South Asian Journal of Management, 15(2), 61-80. 8 Reddy, Y.M. (2008). Quality Assurance at Doctoral Level: Observations in the Context of Management Education in India. ICFAI Journal of Higher Education, III(3), 48-56.
  8. 8. 8 9 Reddy. Y.M. (2008). Outsourcing of Finance and Accounting Operation: The Feasibility of the Vertical in the Indian Context. Icfai Journal of Services Marketing, VI (1), 23-39. 10 Reddy, Y.M. (2007). Effect of Rubrics on Enhancement of Student Learning. Educate, 7(1), 3-17. Available:http://www.educatejournal.org/index.php/educate/index.php?journal=educ ate&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=117&path%5B%5D=148 11 Reddy, Y.M.(2007, February 12-14). Innovative Approaches to Internationalization by Indian Management Institutions. Abstract Published in Conference Proceedings (p. 41) of the 8th International Research Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management, organized by Monash University in collaboration with the Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi, and the IMT Ghaziabad at New Delhi. 12 Reddy, Y.M. (2006). Nothing Endures But Quality, Using QFD to Advance Quality in Indian Management Institutions. PES Business Review, 1(1), 3-14. 13 Reddy, Y.M. (2005, March 11-13). To Be or Not To Be Accredited. Paper Published in the Proceedings (759-766) of International Conference on Services Marketing, Institute of International Management and Technology, Oxford Brooks University, Gurgaon. 14 Reddy, Y.M.,Bhattacharya, S. (2004, December 21-22). Need for Effective Promotional Actions by Indian Management Institutes. Paper Published (pp 190- 208) in Book of Proceedings "Managing Customer Relationships in Services Industries" in The management Strategy Conference By IIM Kozikode, New Delhi: Excel Books. 15 Gupta, N., Sharma, D., Gabbita, V.S., Reddy, Y.M. (2005). Customer Focused Product Planning: A Conjoint Study on Hostel Accommodation Attributes. The Icfai Journal of Services Marketing, June, 33-47. 16 Reddy, Y.M. (2004). Importance and Measurement of Services Quality in Business Schools. The Icfai Journal of Services Marketing, December, 18-26. III Case Studies 1 Reddy, Y.M. (2008). Advertising Campaigns of ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company. In the Case Book by The Department of Business Administration, Annamalai University, Developing Analytical Skills : Case Studies in Management (pp 327-337), Mumbai, India: Shroff publishers. 2 Reddy, Y.M. (2006). Seagram India. Asia Case Research Journal, 10(2), 161-192.
  9. 9. 9 IV Book Reviews 1 Reddy, Y.M. (2006). The Future Of The Multinational Company. The Smart Manager, 91-94. Available http://www.thesmartmanager.com/elibrary/elibrary.asp 2 Reddy, Y.M. (2006). Advertising: Innovative Media Options. www.indianmba.com. Available http://www.indianmba.com/Faculty_Column/FC351/fc351.html 3 Reddy, Y.M. (2005). Tectonic Shift, The Geoeconomic Realignbment of Globalizing Markets. Pitch, III(6), 74 4 Reddy, Y.M. (2005). Madison & Vine. Pitch, II(12), 83. 5 Reddy, Y. M. (2005). Joyful Organization. South Asian Journal of Management, 12 (3), 89-91. V Research Summary 1 Reddy, Y.M. (2010). Can Live Case Analysis Be Used Effectively in Management Education? Summary of “Live Case Analysis: Pedagogical Problems and Prospects in Management Education, By Roth K.J. and Smith C., American Journal of Business Education, Vol.2, No.9, 2009, pp. 59-66”. The FedUni Journal of Higher Education, Vol V, No.3, pp. 82-83. 2 Reddy, Y.M. (2006). Knowing Religious-Minded Shoppers. Summary of the paper "The Effect of Reliogisty on Shopping Orientation: An Exploratory Study in Malaysia, By Safiek Mokhlis, Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 9(1), 64-75". Pitch, III(7), 58. 3 Reddy, Y.M. (2006). Marketing and Consumerism. Summary of the Paper " Marketing and Consumerism:A response to O'Shaughnessy and O'Shaughnessy, by Andrew V Albela, European Journal of Marketing, 40(1/2), 5-16". Pitch, III(7), 59. 4 Reddy, Y.M. (2005). Effects of Collaborative Marketing. Summary of the paper "Do Suppliers Benefit from Collaborative Relationships with Large Retailers? An Empirical Investigation of Efficient Consumer Response Adoption, By Daniel Corsten & Nirmal Kumar, Journal of Marketing, 69(80-94)". Pitch, II(11), 92. Reddy, Y.M. (2005). Issues Mega Retailers Face. Summary of the paper "An Analysis of Global Retail Strategies: A Case of US Based Retailers, by Soo-Young Moon, The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 7(1), 219-222". Pitch, II(11), 93. VI Magazine/ Newspaper Articles 1 Reddy, Y.M, Green Marketing (2012), Education Times, TOI, 29th October, p.3.
  10. 10. 10 2 Reddy, Y.M, Shop till you drop and get paid for it (2012), Education Times, TOI, 24th September, p.2. 3 Reddy, Y. M., Placement Considerations (2012), Education Times, TOI, 17th September, p 1-2. 4 Pattnaik, R.K., Gupta N.,Reddy, Y. M. (2012) Railway’s Artificially Low Pricing Structure an Anathema for the Consumer? The Free Press, Business News, pp.4. 5 Reddy, Y.M. (2005). I Like It…………..I Like It Not……..Marketing Mastermind. January, 7-9. 4 Reddy, Y.M., Bhattacharya, S. (2005). The Way We Shop - Exploring Gender Differences in Shopping For Personal Care Products. Marketing Mastermind, February, 55-63. 6 Reddy, Y.M., Bhattacharya, S. (2005). E-Supply Chain - Creating New Business Models. E-Business, March, 46-51. 7 Reddy, Y.M. (2004). The Concept of Retail Anthropology. Marketing Mastermind, November, 26-28. 8 Reddy, Y.M. (2004). Hinterland: The Better Land. Marketing Mastermind, December, 29-31. 9 1998- 2003 . More than 60 articles in the Fashion and Lifesyle Supplement of Deccan Chronicle newspaper 10 60 articles on Fashion and Fashion Management and Marketing in the Fashion and Lifestyle supplementary of Deccan Chronicle newspaper between 1997- 2002. VII Articles in Edited Book 1 Reddy, Y.M. (2005). Do We Understand Our Rural Customer. In edited Book (p. 168- 175), Consumer Behavior- Approaches and Applications, by G. Radha krishna, India: Icfai University Press. 2 Reddy, Y.M. (2005). Positioning to Indian Consumer. In edited Book (p. ), Indian Consumer Issues and Analysis, India: Icfai University Press. VIII Papers Presented in Conferences 1 Reddy, Y.M. and Chandra,A. (2014) ‘Implementation of Village Health & Nutrition Day (VHND): Learning from Experiences of Unakoti District’, Accepted for presentation at International Seminar on Social Sector Development: Issues, Challenges and Policy, 27-28 November 2014, Institute of Public Enterprise,
  11. 11. 11 Hyderabad 2 Reddy, Y.M. and Jaju, S. (2014). Assessing the Quality of e-enabled Delivery of Public Services: A Case Study of Meeseva. 2014 2nd Journal Conference on e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning at Madrid, Spain, July, 19-20th , 2014. Selected as the best paper. To be published in Journal of Economics, Business and Management (JOEBM, ISSN: 2013-2014). 3 Reddy, Y.M. and Pamidipati, S. (2014). Optimal ERP- PLM Integrated Solution by Srisaa Labs – ApparelSolutionz (A2Z): A Case study. International Conference on Fashion, Retail and Management (ICFRM), January, 9-11th , 2014, NIFT Hyderabad. To be Published in Conference Proceedings. 4 Reddy, Y.M , Khan, S (2012). Customer Satisfaction with 3 G Services – A Study in Hyderabad. International Conference on Business and Management - ARC 2012, December 28-29, Bangalore. Published in Conference Proceedings, pp 194-197, ISBN Number : 978-0-615-73960-1 5 Bhattacharya, S., Reddy, Y.M. (2004, December 28-30). Information Systems in Supply Chain Management in Construction Industry - An experience. Paper Presented at AIMS International Conference, 6 Reddy, Y.M. (2004, October 28& 29). Students Appraisal of Business Schools. National Conference ‘Marketing 2004 and Beyond’, IBS Bangalore. IX Workshops/ Conferences Attended 1 2nd World Summit on Accreditation by National Board of Accreditation, 8-10th March, 2014, Delhi. 2 Chairperson of the “Innovations in Tourism” session in the National Conference by Dr. YSR National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management, 25th and 26th October, 2013, Hyderabad. 3 Digital Marketing Ad Club Hyderabad, 5th October 2013 4 Innovation Educators’ Conference, 29- 30th April 2011, ISB Hyderabad. 5 Account Planning, Ad Club Hyderabad,25 September, 2010 6 Digital Marketing, Ad Club Hyderabad, October 2010 7 Marketing Engineering workshop (MExl) By Gary Lilien, ISB Hyderabad, March 5th , 2010 8 Case Teaching Workshop By Ariff Kachra, November 19th , 2010, ISB Hyderabad
  12. 12. 12 9 MSI- ISB Conference entitled “Marketing in Emerging Economies: The Indian Experience”, ISB Hyderabad, December 8-10, 2010. 10 Capstone Simulaion, 22 and 23 March, 2010, IBS Hyderanad 11 Case Workshop , Phase- I, 26-28 December 2002, ACSI, Hyderabad 12 Case Workshop , Phase- I, 3-4 March, 2003, ACSI, Hyderabad Personal Details Date of Birth: 22nd March, 1975 Email Id: malinireddy.y@gmail.com, malinireddy@asci.org.in, solim.asci@gmail.com Office Address: Administrative Staff College of India, Bella Vista, Raj Bhavan Road, Hyderabad-500082. Andhra Pradesh, India. Phone Numbers: (Office)+91-40-66534260

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