ISDM is an institution founded to create, strengthen and establish Development Management, a domain that transcends the exclusive silos of ‘development perspectives’ and ‘management principles’.
ISDM recognises the need to ‘professionalise’ the Leading and Managing of Social Purpose Organisations (SPOs). The institution sees the development space as requiring the application of management disciplines that are unique and tailored to the scale of the sector.
Management that doesn’t merely retrofit Business Management to development projects, but one that is born specifically from the coming together of the two crucial domains.
About the Course
Name of the Course: Post Graduate Program in Development Management
The Post Graduate Program in Development Management (PGP-DM) is ISDM’s flagship initiative designed by leading academics and practitioners from both the development and management sectors.
The yearlong program blends ideas of development with concepts of management combines in-class sessions with a two week field component on ‘Realizing India’, and promotes collaborative group work.
Signature components of the Program
The unique Context-Based Collaborative Learning pedagogy enables students to understand the contextual realities and complexities needed to develop sustainable solutions for impact on the social sector.
The yearlong ‘Writing in the Discipline’ workshop is meant to equip students to excel in written and oral communication.
Bricoleurs are assigned to each student to provide personal mentoring throughout their academic journey to make the learning experience meaningful and rewarding.
Graduates from any discipline can apply for the Post Graduate Program in Development Management.
Address: C 20/5-6, Sector-62, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301, (Opposite JSS Academy of Technical Education)
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