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 ONE YEAR FULL-TIME GLOBAL PROGRAMME IN International PLANNING AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

India - Switzerland - Belgium - Netherland- China

The 5 Country 2 Continent Program 

 

3 CORE SPECIALIZATIONS ALONG WITH 3 SPECIALIZATIONS & 6 SUPER SPECIALIZATIONS


Core Specializations: Entrepreneurial Finance, Marketing for Entrepreneurs & HRM

Specializations: Economics and Public Policy, Technology Entrepreneurship & Public Speaking and Business Communication

Super Specializations: Disruptive Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship, Growing Business Management, International Marketing, Investment Banking & Leadership and Strategy

 

In its endeavour to break new grounds in education in India, IIPM has designed the One Year Global Programme in Planning and Entrepreneurship. The programme participants will undergo a unique 150 credit programme spread over 1,575 contact hours in the space of twelve months, making it the most academically rigorous and intellectually superior Entrepreneurship programme conceptualized. In addition to the above, students will be undertaking a summer internship and the Global Opportunities and Threat Analysis Program in Europe and China.

 

At IIPM, we realize that doing business in tomorrow’s world is not possible by having exposure to only the highly developed Western world – something that IIPM innovated in India way back in 1997. To do business tomorrow, we need to have exposure to the country that along with India will rule the future – China. Thus, after sending more than 25,000 students for exposure to the Western world between 1997 and 2017, after two decades of starting the path-breaking GOTA program in India, from 2017 onwards, IIPM program is introducing the China exposure to GOTA as an additional feature of its program.

 

The programme offered by Planman Group* will have a phenomenal focus on Economics, Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Personality Development, along with compulsory specialisations in Technology Entrepreneurship and Disruptive Entrepreneurship amongst others. A unique combination of core specialisations in Marketing, Finance and HR coupled with super-specialisations in Investment Banking, International Marketing, Social Entrepreneurship etc. make up the rest of the programme. What makes the programme perhaps most unique and distinct from any other similar programme in India is the compulsory International Residency Programme in Advanced Global Management that the students will undergo at a top B-School in Europe. At the end of the programme, all the students will be eligible for a Certificate in Advanced Global Management from the same B-School.

 

Inclusive of the above, students undertaking this programme will be spending two weeks in Europe (spread over Switzerland, Netherlands and Belgium) and one week in China. THE ENTIRE COST OF TRAVEL & HOTEL/HOSTEL STAY IS A PART OF THE PROGRAMME FEES. In India, the programme participants will be taught by a mix of IIPM’s world-class faculty, other visiting faculty and faculty from leading global B-Schools

 

GLOBAL CERTIFICATION: Thus, apart from qualifying for IIPM’s certification in International Planning and Entrepreneurship students undertaking this programme will also get a Certificate in Advanced Global Management from a top European B-School. Our past partners in Europe for the same have been Judge School of Business, Rotterdam School of Management and SDA Bocconi School of Management.

 

ADMISSIONS: The programme will be delivered only at the New Delhi and commences in February, May & August every year. Admissions will be based upon a written EQ based personality test and a personal interview. Being an entrepreneurship program, this unique programme has no formal qualification requirement and is open to anyone above 17 years of age.

 

 * While IIPM is now primarily a research focused body, it is the IIPM faculty that has made the intellectually superior course design and will provide the core faculty & certification for the program. Planman Group will bring in it’s training expertise and provide the remaining faculty, trainers and administer & run the program. It will also take care of the Admissions, Industry Interface, Placement and Global Exposure.

 

MODULE 1 (FOUNDATION COURSES) 17 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
1. Statistical Methods for Business Decisions 4 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
2. Marketing Management 3 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
3. Organization Behavior 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
4. Micro Economics 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
5. Beyond Principal of Management and Economics  1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
6. MIS and KM 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
7. Managerial Accounting in Decision Making 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
8. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com.

 

MODULE 2 (FOUNDATION COURSES + 1 SUPER SPECIALIZATION) 17 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
1. Operations Research & Decision Models 3 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
2. Managerial Accounting in Decision Making 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
3. Advertising 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
4. Macro Economics 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
5. OB & HRD 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
6. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com.
7. SUPER SPECIALIZATION: DISRUPTIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP 5 Credits
THE BIG IDEA - Identify opportunities in the current business environment - Planning a new business venture - Case studies of successful businesses - Case studies of innovative start-ups and Disrupters - Analysis of why some ideas failed and some succeeded - KFF- Understand the Key Future Factors -Key trend impact analysis - Understand your own leadership vision.

 

MODULE 3 (FOUNDATION COURSES + 1 SUPER SPECLIALIZTION) 16 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
1. Consumer Behavior 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
2. Financial Management 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
3. Marketing Research 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
4. Distribution Management 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
5. Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
6. TQM and Production Management 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
7. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com.
     
8. SUPER SPECIALIZATION: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 5 CREDITS
The role of non-profits and not-for-profits - Evaluate the impact /potential/progress of non-profits - Learning to create businesses that are beneficial to the bottom line , the society, and the environment - The challenges and pitfalls of creating a sustainable venture - Affordable design and entrepreneurship - Study companies and individuals who through innovative designs have helped improve the lives of thousands and made the world a better place.
PRACTICAL 1:- Study and contrast two industry competitors. One a traditional company and second a sustainable oriented company. Explain the positives and negatives of both the models.
PRACTICAL 2:- Develop your own business plan which is sustainable, and will improve the social environment and increase the competitive advantage of your company.

 

MODULE 4 (FOUNDATION COURSES + 1 SPECIALIZATION) 16 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
1. System Essentials 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
2. Human Resource Systems 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
3. Industrial Law 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
4. Company Law 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
5. Business Law 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
6. Logistic and Supply Chain Management 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Foundation
     
SPECIALIZATION: ECONOMICS & PUBLIC POLICY (9 CREDITS)  
7. Economic Environment of Business 1 Credits Economics & Public Policy
8. National Economic Planning 2 Credits Economics & Public Policy
9. Global Economics & International Planning 2 Credits Economics & Public Policy
10. Comparative Economic Systems 1 Credits Economics & Public Policy
11. Welfare Economics 1 Credits Economics & Public Policy
12. Managerial Economics 2 Credits Economics & Public Policy
13. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com

 

MODULE 5 (CORE SPECIALIZATION) 17 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
Strategic MkTg for Entrepreneurs Core Specialization (16 CREDITS)
SPECIAL FOCUS ON: Digital Marketing
The marketing strategies of the 21st century - Marketing of small and medium sized companies - Marketing of startups.
1. Sales Management 2 Credits Strategic Marketing
2. Brand Management 2 Credits Strategic Marketing
3. Marketing Strategy 2 Credits Strategic Marketing
4. Services Marketing 2 Credits Strategic Marketing
5. CRM 1 Credits Strategic Marketing
6. Business to Business Marketing 1 Credits Strategic Marketing
7. Database and Digital Marketing 4 Credits Strategic Marketing
8. Rural & Social Marketing 1 Credits Strategic Marketing
9. Retail Management 1 Credits Strategic Marketing
10. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com

 

MODULE 6 (CORE SPECIALIZATION) 17 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
HRM CORE SPECIALIZATION (16 CREDITS)  
1. Training & Development 2 Credits HRM
2. Group Dynamics 2 Credits HRM
3. Manpower Planning 1 Credits HRM
4. Compensation Management 1 Credits HRM
5. Strategic HR 2 Credits HRM
6. Work Psychology 2 Credits HRM
7. Performance Management & Appraisal System 2 Credits HRM
8. Cross Culture Management 1 Credits HRM

9. Advanced Personnel Management

1 Credits HRM
10. Organization Development 2 Credits HRM
11. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com

 

MODULE 7 (CORE SPECIALIZATION) 17 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
Entrepreneurial Finanace Core Specialization SPECIAL FOCUS ON: FINANCING YOUR BIG IDEA (16 CREDITS)  

Raising money- Early stage funding - VC and private equity - Funding from Angel investors/family/friends. - What are investors looking at (SHARK TANK and an analysis of who gets funding and who does not ) - Funds through loans and government schemes
APART FROM UNDERSTANDING:
How different types of companies get financed. - Various aspects of funding - Key terms and their meanings.

PRACTICAL : Plan a ‘CROWDFUNDING’ campaign for your venture.2 CreditsHRM
1. Funding Your Business 3 Credits  
2. Portfolio Management 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
3. Insurance, Banking and Micro Finance 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
4. FOREX Management 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
5. Indian Financial System 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
6. Multinational Business Finance 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance

7. Mergers & Acquisitions

3 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
8. Derivatives, Options & Futures 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
9. Corporate Tax 1 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
10. Project Appraisal 2 Credits Entrepreneurial Finance
11. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com

 

MODULE 8 (3 SUPER SPECIALIZATIONS) 16 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
SUPER SPECIALISATION – INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (5 CREDITS)  
1. International Marketing 2 Credits International Marketing
2. International Marketing Research 1 Credits International Marketing
3. Export Procedures and Documentation 1 Credits International Marketing
4. India’s Foreign Trade 1 Credits International Marketing
SUPER SPECIALISATION - LEADERSHIP & STRATEGY (5 CREDITS)  
5. Business Policy & Competitive Strategy 2 Credits Leadership & Strategy
6. Negotiation Analysis 1 Credits Leadership & Strategy
7. Gender & Leadership 1 Credits Leadership & Strategy
8. Great Leadership Strategies and Visioning 1 Credits Leadership & Strategy
     
SUPER SPECIALISATION - INVESTMENT BANKING (5 CREDITS)  
9. Overview of Investment Banking 1 Credits Investment Banking
10. Valuation and Leverage Buy-out and M&A 1 Credits Investment Banking
11. Fixed Income Market 1 Credits Investment Banking
12. Risk Management 1 Credits Investment Banking
13. Financial Engineering 1 Credits Investment Banking
14. Executive Communication 1 Credits SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com

 

MODULE 9 (1 SPECIALISATION + 1 SUPER SPECIALIZATION) 17 CREDITS ACADEMIC AREA
     
1. SPECIALISATION - technology entrepreneurship 9 CREDITS  

What is technology entrepreneurship - Case Studies - Technologies of the past present and future - Basics of Coding and App Development - Data Analytics - Networks & Sensors (network security etc) - Mobile Application Development (iOS & Android) - Big Data & Hadoop - Intro to Robotics - Intro to Internet of Things (IoT) - Intro to Artificial Intelligence - Cloud Technology and its growing importance - Financial Valuation of Technology Business


PRACTICAL 1:- Technology Business Plan
Identify an area - Evaluate it - Execute your idea - Develop and protect your intellectual property - Write a plan - Showcase your plan to investors
PRACTICAL 2:- Digital Exposure    
Plan a Podcast - Learn pre and post production - Publish it - Promote your podcast
2. SUPER SPECIALISATION - MANAGING A GROWING BUS. 5 CREDITS  
As a start up grows there are new challenges to be faced - Cash flow planning - Leadership and delegation - Getting the right people and systems in place. - Turning around a troubled business - Creating a vision - Establishing a culture and communicating it to everybody effective - New Product Development - Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management - Business Ethics
3. Executive Communication 1 Credit SP- Public Speaking & Bus. Com
4. GOTA - Advance G;loba;l Management 2 Credit  
     
NON CLASS ROOM CREDITS : (50 Credits)  
     
GOTA 15 Credits  
     
INDUSTRY EXPOSURE 35 Credits  
Corporate/Entrepreneurial Internship / Live Consulting Assignment

A student may take up an internship or work in his family business or a group of students may work as consultants for a sponsor company. They meet the managers , understand and analyze the problem at hand and explore possible solutions. A final recommendation and presentation is made to the sponsor company at the end of the assignment.

The program will end with Placement and VC session where every student will have to make a

 
The Nano Pitch
The final assignment is going to be the shortest and yet the most powerful and important assignment of your course. In front of a group of investors each student will be given an opportunity to present his/her new business idea.

The framework of the presentation will be :-
1 concept – 3 slides – 5 minutes

 


 

* Core Specializations are of 16 credits each, Specializations are of 9 credits each and Super Specializations are of 5 Credits each. Public Speaking & Business Communication Specialization runs through all the 9 modules and the entire 9 credits is based on weekly improvement tests.

* Tentative class room courses of 9 modules of 4 weeks each (total of 11 months duration inclusive of GOTA) plus 3 months’ Project Feasibility Report/Trimester Project/On the Job Training. Exams are held after every 3 modules in a space of 2 weeks with back to back 2 to 3 exams in a day. Students are thus required to study throughout the year and not before the exams.The GOTA to China is proposed at the end of 6 modules and the GOTA to Europe at the end of 9 modules. a 70% attendence is mandatory for GOTA/Placements/Nano Pitch/Any kind of certification from IIPM.

Note :
1. 1 Credit indicates 10.5 hours of class during a period of one month.
2. Class room courses indicated here may also be completed before schedule through intensive training and cancellation of vacations so that students have more time at their disposal for acquiring practical experience/completing Feasibility Report/Trimester project.
3. Students may undertake additional Internship : equivalent to 35 credits. In this case, class room credit courses to the same extent will be dropped.
4. Credit weight may be changed due to academic reasons.