ABBS has taken the initiative of disseminating relevant scholarly intellectual contributions to industry through management development programs, workshops, undertaking consultancy and training in entrepreneurial ventures. ABBS solicits active collaborations with its industry partners by inviting their service in Board of Studies, curriculum development, mentoring students towards industry readiness and updating of knowledge through guest lectures by industry experts.
Faculty members of ABBS are highly qualifies academicians with proven professional expertise in various functional, leadership and business sectorial experiences. They work on proven models, conceptual frameworks, problem solving tools and techniques adopted by the global organizations to diagnose the critical factors relating to maximizing productivity, total quality, cost efficiency, market research, branding, talent management and customer delight.
With this in view, ACHARYA CENTRE FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES has been established to engage with the industry in facilitating them to maximize their performance and value creation processes through customer centric consultancy services.
The consultants and faculty members have adequate and relevant experience in undertaking consultancy services in the following business sectors; manufacturing, automobile, retail, IT, healthcare, pharmaceutical, education and such related sectors. They work in functional areas like leadership, strategy & change management, and in cross functional functions such as marketing, finance, HR, systems, process improvements, Banking, Insurance and NBFC.
|2||FDP's /MDP/EDP 's Attended||13||10||07||07||16||53|
|S.No.||Date||Title of Event||Venue||Resource Person(s) - Internal||Resource Person(s) -External||Remarks|
|1.||21 Nov 2015||MDP on Effective Team Management||ABBS||Dr S Bhaskaran||Program conducted for Heads of Administration - HR, Marketing, Accounts, Admissions & Supplies
|2.||28th Nov 2015||MDP on Digital Marketing||ABBS||Prof. Parveen, Prof. Viswanathan||Dr Som Singh, Mr. Anirbha Dutta(VOLVO), Dr. Balaji,Siemens||Excellent Feedback|
|3.||16th Dec 2015||MDP on Export Compliance||John Deere India Pvt Ltd, Pune||Dr S Bhaskaran||Prof. M H Sharieff||Consultancy Program Exclusively Developed for John Deere India Pvt Ltd, Pune
|4.||13 Feb 2016||MDP on Customer Delight through Employee Engagement||ABBS||Dr S Bhaskaran||Mr. Mahalingam Ex VP Symphony, Mr. Arvind Warrior Hr Head Nova Nordisk ,Mr. Sunder Rajan Senior VP, HR Infinite Computers||Modern HR practices to make every employee a brand ambassador.
|5.||20 Feb 2016||FDP on Assurance of Learning||ABBS||Dr. Mahishi, Dr. Baskaran, Dr. Jayanthi||An FDP conducted for Principals of PU Colleges and Senior Teachers|
|6.||23 Feb 2016||FDP on Innovative Teaching Methodology||Dr. Bhaskaran||Faculty of Sri Aurabindo First Grade College for Women, Mhlpuram, Bangalore.Highly interactive
|7.||27 Feb 2016||MDP - Labour and Industrial Law Compliance||ABBS||Dr Baskaran, Prof. Viswanathan||Dr N R Kumaraswamy Senior Advocate Consultant HRD, Mr Sunder Rajan Senior VP, HR Infinite Computers, Mr Madhav Practicing Advocate Business Consultant||Highly interactive
|8.||12 Mar 2016||MDP - Guaranteed Return on Equity Investment||ABBS||Prof. Parvee||Mr Sameer Gupta MD SSABLE Advisory, Mr Madhavan Kaushik Manager Bharati AXA||Highly interactive
|9.||16 Apr 2016||MDP on Strategic Change Management for Decision Makers of TUV Rheinland||TUV Rheinland||Dr Baskaran||Decision Makers of TUV Rheinland|
|10.||25 - 30 April 2016||Augmentation Program with Industry Connect||ABBS||Ten internal faculty||Six external Corporate Professionals||Brilliant feedback|
|11.||10 Dec 2016||MDP on Goods and Service Tax||ABBS||Dr. Baskaran, Prof.Shivprasad||CMA N.Ragavendranath Kaushik||Superb inputs with quality discussions|
|Year||Name of MDP/ Consultancy Program||Revenue Generated (INR)|
|2012||Real Estate Management||39,822|
|2013||Change Management - Consequences on stakeholder||48,000|
|2013-14||Career Development in Banking & finance sector||9,800|
|Listening & Reasoning Skills||4,300|
|2014-15||Innovation & Product Development||15,860|
|Investment Planning for Young Investors||6,600|
|Personal Finance Management||8,340|
|Social Entrepreneurship -Opportunities & Prospects||3,400|
|2014-15||Labour Law Compliance||16,566|
|Export & Import Management||26,000|
|Google Analytics in Marketing & HR||14,000|
|Digital Marketing & Social Media||2,40,000|
|Mutual Fund Investment||13,600|
|Financial Planning & Money Management||11,000|
"The environment and the economy are really both two sides of the same coin. If we cannot sustain the environment, we cannot sustain ourselves."
"Renowned Kenyan environmental political activist And Nobel laureate."
The ABBS fraternity believes in conserving and preserving the environment. We at ABBS have taken up many initiatives on empowering; imparting and inculcating sustainable practices that would make an impact on the lives of many.
Using renewable energy sources is the next step towards conservation. Our current system takes cares of the internal needs of the campus, excess energy is sent to the grid. This is the first of its kind institutional rooftop solar project in Bangalore.
ABBS believes social responsibility materializes itself when it's carried out as a mission in its culture and institutional practice. ABBS ISR involves development of internal stakeholders such as students, faculty and non-teaching members as well as the local community and society.
ABBS ethical practice in transference of knowledge involves various social and cooperative actions and initiatives, in the rational and sustainable use of resources and, ultimately, in its governance practice, transparency and accountability.
ABBS has active participation in transferring knowledge through Awareness drives, Rural Education Initiatives and Environmental care by Teaching, Training and Research.
"MAHATMA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CENTER FOR CONFLICT PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT"
"Binghamton University, US, President"
"Acharya Bangalore Business School, India "
"University of Western Sydney, Austrailia"
Some years ago, “Mahatma Gandhi Center for Conflict Prevention and Management” was established in Ahmedabad, India. Ramlal Parikh, a follower of Mahatma Gandhi, encouraged Prof. Manas Chatterji to start this center at Gujarat Vidyapith where he was the Vice Chancellor. After he passed away, the center was moved to the University of Sydney, Australia in the South Asia Studies Center.
The center organized a number of international meetings on Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Peace Science in Bali, Beijing, Tokyo, Mumbai and Bangkok, etc.
Community expectations have encouraged the Centre to emphasize conflict from a broader perspective. The interest of the Centre is to understand conflict resolution processes by keeping socio economic priorities in perspective. Therefore, the spectrum of research is broad and includes not only political, ethnic and religious conflicts but also water, energy, food, migration, environmental and other types of conflicts in the development process of particularly emerging economies. We intend to connect this center with other programs and organizations worldwide. Our focus will be purely academic without any link to political parties or ideology. Each program will be directed to scientific studies of conflict and peace science to prevent, manage or possibly solve the problem.
The following areas of conflict management are to be emphasized:
ABBS has achieved and is planning to achieve integration of corporate responsibility and sustainability through the following:
The Gandhi Centre for Conflict Prevention and Management would be a nodal point to achieve the above through research. The aim is to integrated research into finding actionable problem-solving activities across business, society, and the government. The Centre besides offering opportunities for faculty research would offer a vibrant platform for enriched student experience, and outreach programmes. ABBS has deep strengths across a broad variety of disciplines and professions therefore it has the unique capacity to offer multidisciplinary research avenues.
As an inaugural project for the Centre we would be engaging in research related to Health and Energy as we have good resources in both these areas.
|Steve Killelea||Chairman, Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP)|
|Camilla Schippa||Director, Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP)|
|Yanis Varoufakis||Athens University|
|Akira Hattori||University of Hayabusha, Japan|
|Alex Mintz||Texas A & M University, United States|
|Mbulelo Bikwani||Nobel Laureate, South Africa / Desmond Tutu|
|Dietrich Fischer||Pace University, United States|
|Jacques Fontanel||University of Grenoble, France|
|James Galbraith||University of Texas - Austin, United States|
|Keith Hartley||York University, UK|
|Martin McGuire||University of California,United States|
|Michael Brozska||Conversion Center, Germany|
|Mohan Munasinghe||Formerly of The World Bank, Sri Lanka|
|Paul Dunne||University of Western England, UK|
|Peter Nijkamp||Free University and National Science Foundation, Netherlands|
|R. Domanski||Poznan University of Economics, Poland|
|Ron Smith||Bierbeck College, University of London, UK|
|Tatsuhiko Kawashima||Professor of Economics, Japan|
|Urs Luterbacher||Graduate Institute of International Relations, Geneva|
|Yang Kaizhong||Peking University, China|
|Steven Bram||New York University, United States|
|Raul Caruso||Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy|
|Fernando Barreiro||National University of Distance Education, Madrid, Spain|
|Gordon Burt||Conflict Research Society, UK|
|Laszlo Zsolnai||Cornivus Institute of Budapest|
|Reiner Braun||International Peace Bureau, Berlin, Germany|
|Ove Daniel Jakobsen||Nord University, Norway|
|Bo Chen||Central University of Finance and Economics, China|
|Sudarshan Iyengar||Gujarat Vidapith University, Ahmedabad, India|
|Maria Prandi||Barcelona, Spain|
|Christine Smith||Griffith University, Australia|
|Hamid Ali||The American University in Cairo, Egypt|