IIIT-A ranks 11th
in the 2006
all india rankings
of top T-Schools

IIIT-A welcomes
Class of 2008

Companies wish to
register with us
for Placements'2007
are adviced to
approach us from

2nd year students
back from summer interns
Top-notch Indian
and foreign MNC's
recruit class of 2006.

Notable amongst are:
Intel,HCL Comnet
MBT,Rolta India
ICICI Prudential
India Bulls

MBA@IIIT-A achieves
100% Placements
for class of 2006
and 2 foreign placements

IIIT-A signs
MOU with
Buffalo University,USA

Prof. S K Tripathi
and Prof. Stephen Dunnett
from Buffalo University
interacts with
MBA students

Mr Sanjiv Bikchandani,
CEO and Co-Founder
of Naukari.com
visited the campus

Dr. T K Vishwanathan,
Secretary Law Commission
of India, New Delhi,
visited Campus

Mr. K Vaitheeswaran
COO FabMall
visited Campus

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across your extremely
organised B school
Keep up the
good work
--Amit Kumar
School Of Mangement,
Asian Institute of

IIITA's e-Magazine
  Oct-Dec 2007 Vol 4 Issue 15


by Dr Madhvendra Misra, Lecturer IIIT-Allahabad
& Ms. Vijayshri Tiwari, Lecturer IIIT-Allahabad

Economy needs entrepreneurs similarly the organisations dearly need “intraprenuers”, people who are welling to take initiatives and appreciate the idea of living adventurous life in the corporate jungle. Where the treacherous and demanding dynamics of competitions and internal corporate past time of power and politics find no place in their preoccupied thought process. The approach towards assurance by no means is promoting compliancy but seeks a degree of immunity for the comrades thinking, reasoning and working at times also differing with their bosses on issue of organisational relevance.

The organizations should try to provide a cushion and support to individual and groups of employees willing to take initiatives, through a mechanism of help group mentorship if needed. The focus should be to develop trust of employees in the organizational intend and their ability in actually either maximizing the strength of the other. The above can be visualized through a representation of 'Should Be' approach inclined towards the objective outcome of trust, belongingness, terminating into self-motivation, commitment and initiative. To explain

Business organization = f {Resources, Purpose, Measures}

Where: External environment (a) is considered to be constant for a subjected set of initiative as planned

In the proceeding of aligning, resources, purpose and measures for a static system, the input output model provides scope of further definition of micro detailed to higher level

The content and configuration of the input component is pre-designated and as well the expected output is also standardized, the points of initiation and termination are representing a near static behaviour, which in based on a dynamic "process and processor system". The onus of the standardized output through the predefined set of inputs largely lies on the harmony the processor and process, which are developed with existing shortcomings at the input and purpose level. These reflective capabilities of the processor & process to act as a leverage agent are significantly associated to the role of the leader and employees to develop mechanism to overcome limiting thresholds of resources and organizational statement.

To enable this phenomenon the internal environment of any orgnisation should nurture

• Kinship
• Trust
• Human Values
• Flat communicates Model
• Absolute Delegation
• Organic Organizational Structure
• Corporate Philanthropy

In an approach to appreciate the mentioned set of process and the phenomenon the viewpoint of the organisation leadership is crucial. Which in effect can mobilise such a system to generate effective and desired outcome by help of variables of basically qualitative nature.
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