IIMB

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IIMBIndian Institute of Management, Bangalore (India)
IIMBIntegration in Manufacturing and Beyond
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"Though IIMB is not a technical institution, we believe strongly that we can aid in the creation of sustainable technical ventures through our expertise in developing businesses.
(3.) In a further revision in 2011, the framework was renamed as English Language Development and Settlement Service Worker: Complete Competency Dictionary (IIMB 2011).
(2006) 'Job satisfaction among school teachers', IIMB Management Review, 18: 4, 349-363.
THE Indian Institute of Management Bangalore ( IIMB), one of the top B- schools in the country, is facing a severe reputation crisis after a woman medical officer who accused its chief administrative officer ( CAO) of sexual harassment was shown the door even before the probe could be ' completed'.
(b) Research Associate, Gender and Health Equity Project, Centre for Public Policy, IIMB, India
Linkages between service climate and service quality: A study of banks in India, IIMB Management Review, September, 74-81.
Designing a sustainable business model for e-governance embedded rural telecenters (EGERT) in India, IIMB Management Review 23: 110-121.
Marketing strategies of mutual funds - Current practices and future directions, Working Paper, UTI - IIMB Centre for Capital Markets Education and Research, Bangalore
Wipro has implemented FluidState Data Center for the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB).
His papers have also appeared in Pfeiffer Annuals, International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, IIMB Management Review, Journal of Management Research, Management and Labour Studies, South Asian Journal of Management.
Sriram (2003), "Microfinance: An Introduction" IIMB, Management Review, Viewed on 21 November 2008 (www.iimahd.
The following article reproduces Sen's presentation given in representation of the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) and DAWN at the Panel on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and the Global Economic Climate at the international meeting Global Partners in Action: NGO Forum on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Development--Invest in Health, Rights and the Future (Berlin, September 2-4, 2009).