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@. CENTRE FOR IT & NETWORKED ECONOMY. CITNE. ISB: The Vision. To be an internationally top-ranked, research-driven, independent management institution, that grooms future leaders for India and the World.

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citne

@

CENTRE FOR IT &

NETWORKED ECONOMY

CITNE

isb the vision
ISB: The Vision

To be an internationally top-ranked, research-driven, independent management institution, that grooms future leaders for India and the World

Empowering aspiring leaders through the Post-graduate programme and Executive Education Programmes

Imparting Knowledge that has a blend of Global best practices and relevance to emerging and transition economies

Grooming future

leaders

Internationally

top-ranked

Research

Driven

Independent

Aim to be among the Top-20 B-Schools in the world

Focus on knowledge creation with emphasis on emerging and transition economies

Autonomous Institution

citne value proposition
CITNE Value Proposition

PGP

Students

Knowledge Creation

& Research

Educational

Initiatives

CITNE

Global

Research

Community

ICT/ITeS

Industry

Outreach

Mission: Encourage innovative thinking in maximizing benefit of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to business and society

team citne who we are
Team CITNE – Who we are

Prof. Ravi Bapna (Executive Director)

Reema Gupta (Associate Director)

Arun Kumar (Senior Executive )

Resident Faculty:

Prof. Amit Mehra

Prof. Nishtha Langer

Prof. Gireesh Shrimali

Prof. Deepa Mani

Research Assistants:

Swati Dompalli

Tina Dalmia

Richa Bhandari

Aarti Gupta

Visiting Faculty:

Prof. Rajiv Banker

Prof. V. Sambamurthy

Prof. M. Subramanian

Prof. Alok Gupta

Prof. A. Srinivasan

Prof. R. Chellapa

Prof. V. Mookherjee

Prof. Giri K. Tayi

Social Network and E-Market research lab

Outsourcing: Captive vs. III Parties: Defining the value-efficiency frontier

Convergence: Indian Mobile eco-system: local impact, global scope

Modeling strategic IT decision making process

Research focus

areas

industry participation
Industry Participation
  • Leading Industry practitioners interact with academicians
    • Captive v III Parties: Defining the Value-Efficiency
      • Zinnov Case study (Pari Natranjan)
      • Microsoft Captive R&D Centre Case Study, India (Amaresh Ramaswamy)
    • Transformational IT Management: New Trends in IT Consumption for Business Value
      • Business Intelligence: Shift from Technology to Information - Bipin Paracha (Wipro), Narasimham V Peri (IBM)
      • FIRP: Exploring opportunities for 3G value added services in emerging markets
    • Human Capital Development in the IT/ITes Sector
      • FIRP: Analyze state of art industry practices in IT portfolio management
      • Faculty Research: Firms as incubators of open source software, Usefulness of soft skills for IT project managers, Attrition and General vs. firm specific training
what s new in 2009
What’s New in 2009?
  • Creating Indian Case Studies
  • Supporting Research
  • MentoringStudents
  • New courses – PGP & CEE
  • PACIS 2009 (July 10-12)
  • Quarterly Research Briefing
  • Industry Collaboration board