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Executive - FPM (EFPM)



The Executive-Fellow Program in Management (E-FPM) is the part-time doctoral program of the International Management Institute (IMI). The program has been designed to provide a holistic and enabling research eco-system for Working executives and Academicians who seek to achieve the scholarly award. The program structure focuses on preparing the candidates, through a rigorous and well-crafted path that helps them achieve excellence in career trajectories such as academics, research & consultancy assignments, as well as research and analytics based corporate roles. The program mix involves critical core courses, in-depth and research based courses related to the domain interest of the candidate, individually pursued self-study courses and at the core lies the topic-of-individual-interest, that ultimately leads to the candidate’s thesis. more

Goals and objectives: EFPM


Program Learning Goals and learning objectives for EFPM


 Learning goal 1: Acquire knowledge in the area of specialisation


Learning objective 1.1: To gain knowledge in general management areas in order to develop a foundation for the area of specialization.


Learning objective 1.2: To gain knowledge in specialized areas relevant to the research to be carried out.


Learning objective 1.3: To develop ability to apply acquired knowledge in order to solve management problems.


Learning goal 2: Acquire analytical and methodological skills required to conduct research


Learning objective 2.1: To develop analytic skills in order to solve research problems


Learning objective 2.2: To develop methodological skills in order to solve research problems


Learning goal 3: Prepare the scholar to communicate effectively


Learning objective 3.1: To be able to collate existing literature in the area of study and articulate research gaps


Learning objective 3.2: To be able to compose research output in the form of original and high quality management research writings.


Learning objective 3.3: To be able to articulate research output through presentations.






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