The Durable and the New in Contemporary Business Education | Dr.Sudhindra Seshadri at MYRA School of Business Today

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The Durable and the New in Contemporary Business Education | Dr.Sudhindra Seshadri | Sept 01, 2015 | 11:30 am

About the Speaker:

Dr. Sudhindra (Sudhi) Seshadri has a rich and varied background in both academia and research. He has engaged in research, teaching and educational administration in business and management domains for close to three decades. Dr. Sudhi Seshadri has served as faculty at leading US and Asian management schools, such as the RH Smith B-School at the University of Maryland, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, Indian School of Business and, most recently, Singapore Management University. He conducts research on business marketing strategies, has served on doctoral research committees and has taught marketing courses at all levels. Dr. Seshadri augments his academic career with industry consulting engagements, entrepreneurial collaborations and policy center involvements.

He holds a Bachelor of Technology degree from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur and a PhD in Business Administration from the Smeal School at The Pennsylvania State University, USA, where he was a doctoral fellow at the Institute for Studies of Business Markets.This talk will be in two parts – the first highlights how four new paradigms in business have influenced durable principles of business education in the last two to three decades; the second highlights four themes that contemporary business education is embracing. The talk is intended to stimulate student discussion of their business education needs over the next decades.

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