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  1. 1. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com1Proposed for Jain University, IndiaCONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMINGAT WORLD CLASS TEACHING[Leading Education Systems for Effective Outcomes]Vision: Develop, create and nature “IMS- Indian Management Service”.Mission: To train with the best world class teaching methodologyDr. M M BagaliProfessor of Strategic Human Resources ManagementBrand Ambassador, Asian HR Board, IndiaandAll India Management Association-Accredited Management TeacherCertified Global HR Professional, CAMI-USAPhD Guide, Jain University, India
  2. 2. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com2INTRODUCTIONThe dawn of the 21stcentury has heralded the development of India as aneconomic powerhouse powered by a revolution in the knowledge sector.However, the knowledge economy is not just a synonym for informationeconomy or the information society. In the present age, knowledge economiesaddress how information and ideas are created, used, circulated and adapted atan accelerating speed in’ knowledge-based communities’, i.e. networks ofindividuals striving to produce and circulate new knowledge. In knowledgeeconomies, these capacities are not just the property of individuals, but also oforganisations, which have the capacity to share, create, and apply newknowledge continuously over a time.All this is possible with the knowledge Educators, i.e. the Faculty community.The faculty, who are guiding pillars of the knowledge economy, drive theeducation sector. There role in shaping the economy and the personality ofstudents to take up the challenges is crucial. Universities and Institutes, wherefaculty and students constantly challenge the existing boundaries of knowledgeamidst a prevailing culture of knowledge creation, are ideally positioned to bethe powerhouse of the knowledge economy.Further, despite having one of the largest higher education systems in the world,only a few institutions of learning have been able to make a mark on the globalstage,i.e.: IIM, IIT, IIS, to name few only. The reason is obvious that afaculty/human resource that is available to teach the students is par at globallevel. The knowledge base, the research output, the training imparted, et al, arethe hallmark in these institutes. Needless to say, the faculty have turned anddriven this knowledge economy in these admired schools.
  3. 3. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com3India is positioned to adopt a leadership role in the global knowledge economyof the future. With all most more than 3500 B-Schools of all varieties acrosscountry, along with the faculty group, a promising future for India is awaited.But, this promising future depends on how promising are these FACULTY,especially the young and fresh teachers, who have taken/ will take the mantle ofteaching to the most economic driven course of India-Management Education.The future lies in these faculty, their excellence, their approach, their innovationand ideas, their knowledge base, and the methodology with which they drive theeducation, per se.Recognising the importance of having best teachers and teaching communitydrive the economy, with passion for teaching, JAIN University propose toestablishment of “School for Management Teachers” for Indian ManagementServices. The school would be at the fount of making global knowledge hubthrough intensive Faculty Development Training for those who dream ofteaching, especially the management education, a set benchmarks forexcellence. The first and the foremost criteria for a university/institute/collegeto be termed as world class is the QUALITY and EXCELLENCE of teachers,recognised by the society, peers and all the stake holders of the academic world.The training of teachers in management education (educators) creates a virtuousspiral of increased quality and excellence, thus pushing the academic institutesto strive towards better teachers. Students choose management schools, givingstress to quality teaching, and this is possible with quality teachers, per se.THE SCHOOL AIMThe school shall stand for Faculty Development Training of the teachers, whoare part of Management Education in India. It shall constantly aspire to impartall the latest training pedagogy for teachers to drive the knowledge economy.
  4. 4. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com4The school also provides for the knowledge manpower needs of the country,thus, train the teaching Professionals.Target:Fresh / Young Management Teachers [1-4 years experience]Management Students for Employability [Final year]Objectives:1. Groom Young/ Fresh Management Teachers2. Impart various teaching pedagogy3. Train in Case Study methodology4. Understand your potential role5. Function as effective change agentTHE SCHOOL THEMEThe school theme would be to create-develop-nurture the Faculty, with all thepossible teaching methods, pedagogy, and therefore, have a team of teachers,who go to the society to impart knowledge of significance to India. Forillustration, such area of relevance could be: Design, Development and Deliveryof Programs, Qualities and Persona of the Teacher, Curriculum Development /Planning, Administration in B-School, Pedagogy Approaches, and Research inB-School, Case Study Approach, and the like. The school also aims at buildingcompetency in teachers in the area of: Communication for ManagementTeachers and Researchers; Course Writing for Management Teachers; ResearchMethods; Applications for Data Analysis and the Case Method in ManagementEducation. There could also be a workshop especially on how to develop courseduring the training.
  5. 5. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com5Further, the school would also go for training in disciplined based courses: likehr; Marketing; Finance; Strategy; Entrepreneurship; Economics; or and thosesubjects which are part of most B-School syllabus and curriculum.THE ADMISSIONIn order to attract bright minds for teaching as their career and future, the schoolwould formulate policies for admissions to the program and the featuresoutlined below are only tentative guidelines and may be debated. However, theprocedure depends on the credibility of the admission process, while identifyingthe ‘merit of individual’, and flair to be a teacher. But, the focus would be forthose who have decided teaching as their career, who want to develop theirpedagogical and management research skills, and have no idea of how to makeit BIG.Step 1: A high level of teaching aptitude and interest, demonstrated in theapplication form [for fresher’s]Step 2: A flair for teaching and a strong urge to become a good teacher [1-3years experience]Step 3: Those who have NET cleared, and have passion for teachingStep 4: All who are interested, have intension to become teachers.The reliability and validity of final admissions to the training program woulddepend on the last step of personal discussion/ interview with school experts.ACADEMIC PROGRAMMEThe school, main vision is to develop-nurture passionate teachers to teach theManagement programme, would devise the module/model addressing the issuesand strategies in developing better teachers. The list below is an indicative list
  6. 6. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com6of how the training program would be structured. Depending on the time that isrequired or that is permissible or that can be spared by participating institutes/schools/ colleges, it will be designed for:3 days (each month)5 days (each month)7 days (once in two months)15 days (once in a semester)30 days (during the semester break)However, the focus would be entirely on the development of competencydevelopment of teachers, and the ability of teachers to pose a challenge to thestudents in the discovery of ideas and leading students in a voyage ofknowledge.GOVERNANCE STRUCTUREThe Dean/ Director for the School shall be the person responsible for day todayadministration and management of the school/ program. The Dean shall reportto the Chairman about the progress of the program. There will be Board ofAdvisors, Experts, to advise from time to time. A Committee would be thereselecting final teachers for the program.INFRASTRUCTURE and OFFICEInfrastructure in the form of class room, library, photocopy machine, LCD’s,and the like would be needed.
  7. 7. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com7MOU’sThe school would look for MOU’s with IIM/IIT and marked institute to devisethe training modules, methodology, contents, and the like, that is essential forIMS program. Also, there would be attempt to associate with Overseas businessschools, for content of course development, faculty inputs and talk by overseasexperts, per se.TRAINERS and EXPERTSExperts, Professor, Knowledge creators, including Panel of VC’s of differentuniversities would be drawn up for training the faculty. This would also includeexperts from in-house experts. [80% in-house/ 20% outside]FEESThere could be fees charged (?) depending on the days of program. Fewscholarships / Fellowships would be instituted. There could also be a scheme offees charged as 50/70/80% and the like. To make the program visible and valueadd, including branding of the program, First year would be with minimum (nofees) charged. Once the standing of the program is built, than it could becharged based on the days of training:1styear: Minimum (no fees)2ndyear: 50003rdyear: 10,0004thyear: 12000, and the like.[Rough figures]
  8. 8. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com8CERTIFICATEThose entire faculties who are trained in this school and who complete theprogramme satisfactorily will be awarded a certificate, and will becomemembers of the School Alumni Association. They can also attend all otherdisciplined based course, and electives designed by the school from time totime, with scholarship/ fellowships/ reduced fees.CONCLUSIONThe knowledge revelation is possible only with the dedicated and well trainedteachers, who are passionate about teaching. With the right sprit of training, theSchools vision of developing “IMS” motto would be fulfilled ,and India, whichis having a deficiency of nearly ONE LAKH management teaching short toteach at various B-School, would be addressed by this School.MM Bagalisanbag@rediffmail.com9880986979Attached:Tentative Proposal of the program for IMS-Indian Management Services
  9. 9. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com9A Model for Teachers to be more effective:Competency Required by a B-School TeacherStageOneExcellent communication skillsGood listening skillsAnalytical skillsConvincing powerAbility to innovate new ideas People managementStageTwoPatience / Emotional IntelligenceOperational ExecutorStrategic thinkingAnalytical/creative thinking (To think outside the box)Business understandingStageThreeEffective influencing skillsLeveraging PartnershipClear Understanding of Ed businessStrategic thinking in line with businessStageFourBusiness AcumenMarket InsightCommunication expertiseTechnological CommandStageFiveSuperior Interpersonal SkillCreative and InnovativeConceptually strongProactive for Internal customerStageSixStageSevenHonestyEmpatheticControl emotionsAnticipation, Speed & FlexibilityQuality & Customer Focus (Internal/External)Passion for Superior PerformanceStageEightA dynamic Change AgentBetter leadership qualitiesAgile MindsIntegrityChange AgentStewardship
  10. 10. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com10Title: FDP for Teachers working in the AICTE Approved Management institutes in India[Learning in Practice: A Commitment to Teaching]Organizer: Jain Group of InstitutionsDuration: 3 days(?)For Whom: Faculty working in B-School, with 1-4 years of experience.Total Participants: 30 per programAim of the ProgramThe training program is geared to ensure the Quality, Relevance, Excellence and Skills development through up-gradation of knowledge of B-School teaching community, and to encourage research of high quality standards.The training program enables participants to develop competency in general management education as well as inmanagement research and pedagogy usability.Objectives of the Program1. To equip with knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to manage an B-School, and develop new ideas,approaches and methodology[affective learning]2. To demonstrate the appropriate use of different teaching pedagogy, and acquaint with recentdevelopments in Teaching and Research methods [Behavioral learning]3. To explain how to resolve problems at classroom situation and manage the classroom sessionseffectively, and develop new sets of competency and skills[Cogitative learning]The Genesis of the Present programThe Knowledge base and the Skills Set:The concern for most organization, Management and B-School is the challenges they face in developing thegreater confidence, initiative, solution-finding, problem solving capabilities and the Teaching-Research-Administration skills and knowledge of its human resources. As a faculty, it is important to have theKnowledge-Skills-Attitudes which match in developing and managing the institute or the B –School. The B-School needs faculty at all levels to be more self-sufficient, resourceful, creative and knowledge in academicarea. The more the knowledge about different skills that B-School needs, the better it would be to manage theschool, per se.Infact, this knowledge-skills – attitude behavior would enable the faculty to operate at higher strategic level,which makes their organization and B-School more productive and competitive. Peoples efforts produce biggerresults and its what all the organization strives to achieve. However, while conventional skills training givespeople new techniques and method, it won’t develop their maturity, belief and/or courage, which is so essentialfor the development of managerial and strategic capabilities of the B-School. But, the crucial fact lies here is thetraining that has to be given to the Faculty who are working in the B-School. Thus, the need for such design,which enables the faculty to quip with the K-A-S to work – manage- develop the B-School.
  11. 11. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com11Day OneSl. No Time Topic Sub-Topic Objectives Methodology1. 0830-0900amRegistration Any AdditionalInformation atthe Reception/registrationdesk, lastminutehandoutsKit/ Forms/ Bag/FilesTo get used to theplace of training2 0900 –0930amIce Breakerand InfoA warm uptime, whereeach to knowother, and thetrainer with allA Dyad group, eachparticipants tointroduce otherTeam Member,focusing on :1. ProfessionalAchievement,2. PersonalInfo3. WhyTeachingField4. SignificantAchievement inTeaching3 0930 –0945amTheworkshop:WHY thisprogram, andthemethodology1.How the daytime will be spent2.What would bethe take homeexperience1. To set Airfor the program2. Set Targets,expectations,and theoutcomes1. Time tablehandout2. Interactive3.A PPT showingthe programme forthe day( AGENDA)4 0945 –1015amOverview ofManagementEducation1. Evolution ofManagementEducatio1. To give jistof managementEducation overthe yearsPPT, Participantsviews and opinions
  12. 12. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com12n2. Foundation ofManagementEducation3. BasicConcepts4. Managementeducationover theages2. To highlightthe importance,significanceandcontributions inmgt, per se.5 1015 –1100amQualities andPersona of theTeacher1.Comptency2.Skills3. KnowledgeRequired by aTeacher4.Network1. What makesa Teacher andwhat makes aBest Teacher2. HowNetworkmatters, andwhat networkare availablePPT, A handout onBest Teacherqualities, and a Caseof Best teacher inmakingA write-up on BestManagementTeacher fromHarvard BusinessSchool LondonBusiness School,Sloan. Also, Profileof Mgt Teachers like: Samanth Ghoshal,C K Prahalad, DrUday Pareek, andthe like1100 –1115amTEA andBreathing space6 1115–1215noonCurriculumDevelopment /Planning1. The Nature ofMBA Curriculum2. Setting LearningObjectives3. Lesson Plan1. Setting PersonalGoals and that ofcourse2. Curriculumframework3. How to designLesson Plan1. PPT2. Experiencesharing3. Take Oneexample oflesson planprepared byparticipantsand a microdiscussionon that.
  13. 13. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com137 1215–0100pmMentoring andCounselling1. How to Mentor2. How to Counsel3. Methodology tofollow1. How to developskills in students2. Academic skillsrelatedpersonality3. How life- work-academicproblems have tobe solvedPPT, Discussion,experience sharing8 0100–0130pmLUNCH and Network9 0130–0200pmAdministration in B-School1. Admissions/Entrance test ofIndia2. StatutoryRegulations3. AICTE status andgovernance4. Governing Council1.Academic Writing forManagement teachers2. Administrative skillsand knowledge needed3. University Rules andregulationsPPT, Handouts ofAICTE, MOM ofgoverning councilmeeting handout10 0200–0300pmPedagogyApproaches1. What are thevarious pedagogyto be used2. Class roomManagement1. Teachingmethods adoptedin differentfunctional areasof Management.2. Decide what isbest at whatpoint o timePPT, Discussion,Presentation byParticipants(one)0300–0315TEA
  14. 14. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com142 0315–0415pmResearch in B-School andManagementarea1. PhD program2. Post DoctoralProgramme3. Projects : Summerand Dissertation4. IT usage5. Search engine like: Proquest,Emerald,CMIE,Crisil,Datanectar.com,acmdigitallibraries, and thelike1. To look at theimportance ofResearch in Mgt2. How to go in forPost doctoralwork, andemerging areasof research3. IdentifyingSummer Projectsand the probableresearchableareas4. The use of ITand availablesearch databaseUsage of IT andcomputers,including SPSS,SISTat, andother13 0415–0500pmCertificationand Ranking1. The parameters forNBA Accreditation2. Ranking agenciesand thedocumentationneeded3. The membershipfor Professionalbodies1.To understand theprocess of certification2. To prepare thedocuments, paperprocedure for Ranking3.AIMA detailsPPT, Discussion,AICTE formathandouts14 0500 –0545pmIndustry –instituteInteraction1. Placements2. MOU3. Centre ofExcellence4. Corporate MDPProgrammes1.How to gear-upfor Placements2.The network andlink to developbetween Instituteand IndustryExperience SharingThe Model followedby B-School15 0545 –0600 pmFirst dayExperience1. Experience of theday2. Objectives met1.Was it Focused Discussion
  15. 15. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com15Sharing 3. Future course ofaction2.Was it Structured3. Was it ROI Day TwoCoaching Designin Case StudyPedagogyPremise:Case Study isconsidered as thestrong andeffective teachingtool, because eachcase discussed,analyzed anddescribed brings allthe facets ofManagementconcept, per se.Objective:A) Theobjective isto engagein aneffectiveanalysis ofwhat goesintosuccessfulCaseteaching,and buildtechniquesthat youcanimmediately apply intheclassroomB) To developthe skills inhandling,managinganddelivery ofCasediscussionCase Study asViews and Opinionsexpression
  16. 16. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com16PedagogymodelSl.NoTime Topic Sub-topic Objectives Methodology1 0900 –1100 amCase StudyApproach1. Case Studypedagogy as anapproach2. Develop Case3. Case Let4. Registering aCase1. How to useCase Study2. Develop,discuss, andwrite a case3. Class roommanagementduring case4. Does anddon’ts duringa case study inclass5. Limitation ofCase(s)1. PPT2. A caseof HarvardBusinessSchooldiscussion3. A copyof patent /copy writedocument2 1100 –1115amTea and Network3 1115 – 0100pm Case Studyas Pedagogy1. How to write anddesign a CaseStudy2. Skills in WritingCase3. How to discuss,analysis, andcome to logicalconclusion4. What is NOT acase1. Highlight theimportance andstrength ofCase Study asa pedagogy2. Look intoissues inwriting CaseStudyA Case Studyof HarvardBusinessSchoolpublicationPPTDiscussion0100 – 0130pm Lunch4 0130 – 0300pm SWOT 1. IdentifyingSWOT in Case2. Business levelstrategy in case(BLS)3. How to fixSWOT analysis1. How todevelop thefacts andfigures2. How to link theBLS and theoutcomesPPTDiscussion
  17. 17. CONCEPT NOTE ON TRAINING MANAGEMENT FACULTY AIMING AT WORLD CLASS TEACHING / Bagali / sanbag@rediffmail.com173. Datacollection, anduse of SoftwareMinor Exerciseof Identifyingtheir B-SchoolSWOT anddiscuss0300- 0315pm TEA5 0315 – 0500pm Develop aCase1. Write a Case, byprovided Data2. Develop/ write acase let3. Black Boardmanagementduring CaseAnalysis4. How to divideclass into group1.The issues andproblems during casewriting2.How to structure thecaseDiscussionPPTRole Play forclass roommanagement6 0500- 0530pm Experiencesharing1. To know the ROIof programme2. To know howbest it was, thelimitation, andfurtherimprovements1.Flush out theexpectations anddelivery2.To set pace for thefutureWrittenFeedback, Oralend

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