INTRODUCTIONWhy get a business and management doctorate certificate? When it comes to today’s global business world, having experience as your only knowledge base just won’t cut it. While an MBA or business administration degree can offer extensive training, they are becoming more and more common. Earning a Doctorate in Management Studies (DMS) can help you get ahead of the competition.
The Doctorate in management studies program offered by the Kaizen School Of Business Management provides learners with a professional program, a means of exploring their personal readiness to become leaders in management professions. Professionals gain a mastery of business administration literature and demonstrate their competence by applying this knowledge to current business environments. As the global information economy evolves, organizations are becoming increasingly complex, and innovative organizational models and practices have become crucial to successfully addressing this complexity. Consequently, leadership in this environment requires higher, more sophisticated levels of knowledge and skills. The Doctorate program is designed to serve this need by providing doctoral-level education to professional practitioners in business and management.
This course aims to provide you with advanced critical, analytical and argumentative skills, to deliverpersonal fulfilment, professional development and career enhancement, and to encourage reflective practice.
Developing new approach methods and techniques for decision processes, which answer to the present and the future needs of the organizations.
Adapting existing methods and techniques of Management and Industrial Engineering to solve new problems in new organizational environments.
Making comparative studies of methods or techniques of Management and Industrial Engineering, which allow measuring their impact in the organizations.
Eligibility for Admission:Post Graduate or Graduate with Min 5 yrs of Exp.
- 1: Globle Business Environment (IB)
- 2:Business Low
- 3:Marketing Research
- 4:Organizational Planning & Personnel Management (OB)
Short summary of a mimimum of 2-3 pages and not exceeding 6 pages which provides a high-level idea of what the student would like to research.
the concept paper is aimed at capturing the thoughts and ideas of the student and reveals the intended research direction.