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SP Jain In the Media"

Women read the fine print on cereal boxes more than men: How neuroscience can help package design

 

The human brain is one of the most complex living structure in the known universe. It is no surprise then, that neuroscientific methods, such as eye tracking, are often used by organisations to get an insight into the human brain. How does neuroscience affect the packaging designs of various products? Dr Nicholas Hamelin, Director-Neuroscience Lab & Nikhita Kishore (Student, GMBA) explain.

Sons vs Daughters in Family Businesses by Prof. Parimal Merchant (Director - GFMB Program)

In the ever-evolving world of Family Businesses in the 21st Century, why are women much less involved in managing the family businesses than the men? What are the societal factors which cause this gender bias? Prof Parimal Merchant comments.

Topics: Global Family Managed Business, Faculty in News

Jaguars titled MENA CFA Research Challenge Winners, 2017

Second year BBA students, Aadit Mohnot, Ganeshram Rajagopalan, Lavena Bhansali, Sai Kartheek and Kunal Dugar won the enviable MENA CFA Society Emirates Winner title, as they represented UAE to compete among other MENA countries like Bahrain, Egypt and Jordan at the CFA Institute Research Challenge on 7th April 2017.

Topics: Jaguars titled MENA CFA

SP Jain wins the top two positions at UAE's 2017 CFA Institute research challenge

Topics: UAE's 2017 CFA Institute

SP Jain students win top places in UAE Global Management Challenge

S P Jain’s MGB students from May 2016 batch pursuing their final term in Dubai recently won the 2nd place at the prestigious UAE Global Management Challenge, 2017. Calling themselves FutLeads (read as Future Leaders), the team consisted of Ashish Khinvasara, Charu Sancheti, Ganesh Prasad Nagarajan, Navaneeth Madhusudanan & Piyush Jejani.

Taking the close 4th position were Team Think-Ovators that included Aarushi Rajpal (MGB), Gurkriti Sharma (MGB), Sonal Goel (MGB), and Sumanta Deb (GMBA).

Topics: UAE Global Management Challenge

Bond Markets in Acceleration – Dr Nawazish Mirza talks to Banker Middle East

Dr Nawazish Mirza, Associate Professor of Finance and Director of Industry Interface Projects at S P Jain School of Global Management, provides his insight and analyzes trends across the GCC’s debt capital market, for BANKER Middle East.

Topics: Bond Markets in Acceleration

SP Jain participates in Global Commodity Outlook Conference

SP Jain School of Global Management has been associated as a knowledge partner with the Global Commodity Outlook Conference – Dubai for the past four years. Each year, our Global Finance student volunteers actively participate in the organising committee.  The macro-economic dynamics have changed and local economies have adapted, experts at the Fourth Global Commodity Outlook Conference in Dubai said.

Topics: Global Commodity

Dr. Shital Vakhariya publishes research paper about the Tata Group named “Tata at a Crossroads”

This case study is about Ratan Tata, Cyrus Mistry and the different leadership in the Tata Group. It discusses how Ratan Tata restructured the Tata Sons business and developed the company subsequently.  Click Here to view the original article.

Topics: Faculty in News

All in the family: Prof. Parimal Merchant explains Family Managed Business in G2

The Asian Institute of Family Managed Business (AIFMB) is a unique social initiative for scions of family businesses. G2 talks to Prof. Parimal Merchant, Chief Advisor, AIFMB about what he sees as India’s greatest strength and promise for the future—the family owned business—that denotes trust, reliability and long-term perspective

Topics: Faculty in News

Travelling the World: Prof Arindam Banerjee Talks of Being a Globe Trotter in The Young Vision Magazine

What is the best part of being a globe trotter? What does travelling around the world teach you? Exploring and stepping out of one’s comfort zone, travelling means different things to different people. Find out more about the different aspects of travelling in The Young Vision Magazine’s “Why did Ibn Battuta Travel The World?” by Prof. Arindam Banerjee – Director , Student Recruitment – Dubai Campus. Click here to view the original article.  

Topics: DUBAI