IIBM Guwahati

IIBM Guwahati
Indian Institute of Bank Management, once known as North Eastern Institute of Bank Management, IIBM institute is an autonomous management institute settled in the North Eastern area of India and assisting banks, institutions and their consumers all over the country in growing sharp management skills. The Institute has modern dynamic classrooms facilities with hostel confirmed by a broad library of books, journals, films, database and a fully provided computer lab with 24 terminals.

Facility
Library
Classes
Hostel
Computer Lab

Course offered
Unit Based Program
Research Program

Address
Indian institute of bank management
Khanapara,jawaharnagar
Guwahati – 781 022
Assam, india
Ph: + 91 – 361 – 2363155, 2363156, 2363157, 2363106
Fax: + 91 – 361 – 2363105 / 2363102
Email: info@iibm.ac.in & iibm_ghy@sify.com
http://iibm.ac.in/

10 thoughts on “IIBM Guwahati”

  1. Mr. Vincent, the Manager of a large supermarket, was taking a management course in the evening
    programme at the local college. The Professor had given an interesting but disturbing lecture the
    previous night on the various approaches to management. Vincent had always thought that
    management involved just planning, organizing and controlling. Now this Professor was saying that
    management could also be thought of as quantitative models, systems theory and analysis, and even
    something called contingency relationships. Vincent had always considered himself a good manager,
    and his record with the supermarket chain had proved it. He thought of himself, “I have never used
    operations research models, thought of my store as an open system, or developed or utilized any
    contingency relationship. By doing a little planning ahead, organizing the store, and making some things
    got done, I have been a successful manager. That other stuff just does not make sense. All the professor was trying to do was complicate things. I guess I will have to know it for the test, but I am sticking with my old plan, organize and control approach to managing my store.”
    Questions
    1. Critically analyze Mr. Vincent’s reasoning.

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  3. I am Principal of Myanmar Institute of Banking wish to upgrade our post -graduate diploma in banking course to master degree course in collaboration with your Institute . If it is possible I wish to discuss in detail with you. Thanks.Please reply.

  4. Mr. Vincent, the Manager of a large supermarket, was taking a management course in the evening
    programme at the local college. The Professor had given an interesting but disturbing lecture the
    previous night on the various approaches to management. Vincent had always thought that
    management involved just planning, organizing and controlling. Now this Professor was saying that
    management could also be thought of as quantitative models, systems theory and analysis, and even
    something called contingency relationships. Vincent had always considered himself a good manager,
    and his record with the supermarket chain had proved it. He thought of himself, “I have never used
    operations research models, thought of my store as an open system, or developed or utilized any
    contingency relationship. By doing a little planning ahead, organizing the store, and making some things
    got done, I have been a successful manager. That other stuff just does not make sense. All the professor was trying to do was complicate things. I guess I will have to know it for the test, but I am sticking with my old plan, organize and control approach to managing my store.”
    Questions
    1. Critically analyze Mr. Vincent’s reasoning?
    2.If you were the professor and you knew what was going through Vincent’s mind,what would you say to Vincent?

  5. Mr. Vincent, the Manager of a large supermarket, was taking a management course in the evening
    programme at the local college. The Professor had given an interesting but disturbing lecture the
    previous night on the various approaches to management. Vincent had always thought that
    management involved just planning, organizing and controlling. Now this Professor was saying that
    management could also be thought of as quantitative models, systems theory and analysis, and even
    something called contingency relationships. Vincent had always considered himself a good manager,
    and his record with the supermarket chain had proved it. He thought of himself, “I have never used
    operations research models, thought of my store as an open system, or developed or utilized any
    contingency relationship. By doing a little planning ahead, organizing the store, and making some things
    got done, I have been a successful manager. That other stuff just does not make sense. All the professor was trying to do was complicate things. I guess I will have to know it for the test, but I am sticking with my old plan, organize and control approach to managing my store.”
    Questions
    1. Critically analyze Mr. Vincent’s reasoning.
    2. If you were the professor and you knew what was going through Vincent’s mind, what would you say to Vincent?

  6. Mr. Vincent, the Manager of a large supermarket, was taking a management course in the evening
    programme at the local college. The Professor had given an interesting but disturbing lecture the
    previous night on the various approaches to management. Vincent had always thought that
    management involved just planning, organizing and controlling. Now this Professor was saying that
    management could also be thought of as quantitative models, systems theory and analysis, and even
    something called contingency relationships. Vincent had always considered himself a good manager,
    and his record with the supermarket chain had proved it. He thought of himself, “I have never used
    operations research models, thought of my store as an open system, or developed or utilized any
    contingency relationship. By doing a little planning ahead, organizing the store, and making some things
    got done, I have been a successful manager. That other stuff just does not make sense. All the professor was trying to do was complicate things. I guess I will have to know it for the test, but I am sticking with my old plan, organize and control approach to managing my store.”
    Questions
    1. Critically analyze Mr. Vincent’s reasoning 2.If you were the professor and you knew what was going through Vincent’s mind,what would you say to Vincent?

  7. Mr. Vincent, the Manager of a large supermarket, was taking a management course in the evening programme at the local college. The Professor had given an interesting but disturbing lecture the previous night on the various approaches to management. Vincent had always thought that management involved just planning, organizing and controlling. Now this Professor was saying that
    management could also be thought of as quantitative models, systems theory and analysis, and even something called contingency relationships. Vincent had always considered himself a good manager,and his record with the supermarket chain had proved it. He thought of himself, “I have never used operations research models, thought of my store as an open system, or developed or utilized any contingency relationship. By doing a little planning ahead, organizing the store, and making some things got done, I have been a successful manager. That other stuff just does not make sense. All the professor was trying to do was complicate things. I guess I will have to know it for the test, but I am sticking with my old plan, organize and control approach to managing my store.”
    Questions
    1. Critically analyze Mr. Vincent’s reasoning?
    2.If you were the professor and you knew what was going through Vincent’s mind,what would you say to Vincent?

  8. 1. Critically analyze Mr. Vincent’s reasoning?
    2.If you were the professor and you knew what was going through Vincent’s mind,what would you say to Vincent?

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