Monthly Archives: April 2014

FDP : Corporate Performance Management

Corporate Performance Management
full hands-on Workshop, May 10, 2014

Current environment of unprecedented competition, tightened regulatory pressure and highly uncertain economic conditions across the globe, managing the performance of organisation to desired level is most critical task of leadership. Mentioned factors continuously pressuring the need of shorten period of decision making. Quick, accurate and informed decision making not only allowed the organisation to respond faster to change in business environment but also provide the opportunity to create the competitive advantage.

Leaders are expected to know, a clear and accurate picture of organisation performance on continuous basis for organisation wide solution at right time. A well in sighted and timely information allow leaders to use valuable resources of organisation to the requirement of opportunities. It is worth to note; resources are limited and carry the high cost. Uneconomical usage of resources will surely question the survivability of organisation on long term basis and can question the capability of leadership.
CPM aligns people, resources, process and technology to execute the strategy and to control the performance of business. In short, management system must be agile. CPM is a start to transform organisation and execution of strategy into sustainable performance.


  • Corporate Performance Management
  • Turn Around Management
  • Business Case Analysis & Presentation by the Participants

Participants should have post-graduate level teaching experience in management or research experience of at
least two years. Participants must have working knowledge of MS Windows & MS Excel. Participants should
be comfortable with identifying the key issues and solutions to a business case.
The Programme will involve pedagogy based on audio-visual aids, case studies and discussions. Sessions
will also have brief lectures interspersed with other forms of interaction among the faculty and participants.
1. Award of Certificates
2. Collaborative/Cross-Functional learning
3. Case-based Approach
4. Demonstration of developing a strategic balance scorecard with the help of Open Source Tools

5th Floor, Seminar Hall, MITSOT Building, MIT Campus, Kothrud, Pune 411038
Fee per Participant – INR 1,500/-
The fee includes Forenoon and after noon coffee /tea with snacks and Lunch on 10th May 2014. Payment
should be made in form of Cash or DD in favour of “MIT School of Telecom Management”, Payable at Pune.


Finance and strategy professional with over 16 years of extensive experience in Performance Management and strategy planning with leading Consulting, Wind-power, Steel and Automobile Industries.
Expertise in Finance & Accounts, Performance Monitoring, Budgetary Control procedures and Strategy Planning with varied big and highly reputable organisations.
Consulting Practice & Solutions- Conversion of NBFC into Banking institute, Delivery of training solutions, Finalisation of consulting assignments, Consulting deals winner. Preparing RFP and contributing as subject matter expert (Finance,Strategy, and Performance Management).Thought papers on various management topics: Project Management- Risk Management initiatives, Capex Control , MIS, Profit Center Accounting, War room Initiatives for group NOWC
reduction, Integrated Planning of SAP. Strategy Execution-Turn Around Initiative for group performance Improvements, Competitive Intelligence Model,Business Planning, Profit Management.Specialties: Performance Monitoring, Budgetary Control & MIS, Cost Management, Strategy & Planning, BSC, Finance& Accounts, ERM.

Nominations should reach the Programme Chairman / Coordinator latest by 7th May, 2014.
For nomination forms and more information, please contact:
Program Chairman
Dr. Milind Pande
Project Director

Dr. Jaideep Jadhav
Prof. Archana Deshpande
Faculty – Systems

Prof. Rajashri Kadam
Faculty – Marketing

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Achieving yet another milestone of commitment to Telecom Skills Development, MIT Pune’s MIT School of Telecom Management got conducted a “Faculty Train the Trainer” program for Telecom Sector Skills Council (TSSC) job roles of Service Provider (Sales and Marketing).

 This TSSC aligned Faculty Development Workshop Program was delivered by Telecom Specialist, Mr. Rishi Kappal, to a batch of 9nos. faculty members of  MITSOT. This “Train the Trainer” program included presentations, assessment centre led exercises and role plays. Post the workshop, MITSOT faculty underwent an industry accredited TSSC assessment of online MCQs, video based presentation skills demonstration and master trainer facilitation assessment.

With such a robust TSSC assessment, each and every knowledge and content delivery element of participants was put to test. It was a very proud moment for MITSOT to receive the results on 12th March 2014, whereby all the faculty members successfully cleared the TSSC assessment to get certified asTrainers for Telecom Sales and Marketing Job Roles.

In December 2013, MITSOT became the first academic management institute to be accredited by TSSC for sales and marketing job roles.  This trainer certification further cements the commitment TSSC and MITSOT have for mutual skill development initiatives. Apparently, MITSOT now is INDIA’S FIRST AND ONLY TELECOM MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE WITH TSSC CERTIFIED FACULTY for Telecom Sales and Marketing job roles.

With the TSSC affiliation to run approved academic programs and now having TSSC certified faculty for conducting the same, MITSOT is gearing up to offer their first batch of telecom students for TSSC assessment, by end of March 2014.

MITSOT expresses its sincere gratitude towards TSSC’s leadership and operations team. This first step taken together by TSSC and MITSOT is the beginning of a long term strategic vision, which will be scaling up skilled telecom professionals in India.