While ‘change’ has been the most consistent element of an organisation, research tells us that most change initiatives fail to achieve the desired objectives. One primary reason for this failure is lack of skills among the managers involved in the change process. It’s passé that managers were valued for their functional skills; they at best got you where you are today. What is most likely to take you to the next level and help you to grow is the ability to anticipate, strategise, and execute the phenomenon called change.
The Leadership and Change Management (LCM) programme attempts to sensitise you to see change as a daily occurrence (versus an event) and will keep you abreast with leadership competencies to help you lead transformational change in your organisational environment. Addressing change is a symbiotic process, necessary for organisations as well as for its leaders – to realise and embrace change in order to stay relevant. LCM is precisely aimed to address this growing need.
|70% of all organisational change efforts fail as a result of lack of leadership, poor planning or shortage of cash flow.|
- IIM Tiruchirappalli certification
- 4 days of on-campus experiential learning
- Classes over Interactive Learning Platform via Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode
- Networking and peer learning opportunity with a diverse student profile
- Comprehensive curriculum designed by domain experts
- Interaction with industry leaders and faculty
- IIM Tiruchirappalli Alumni status
LCM will be enable you to understand and appreciate the nuances of ‘leadership’ and ‘managing organisational change’, by particularly answering questions like:
1. What are the critical competencies of a leader?
a. Discovering the self
2. What are the essential aspects of leadership?
a. Understanding the role of a leader
3. Why organisational change holds greater relevance in today’s work context?
a. Do all employees perceive all changes in the same way?
b. How could or should a planned intervention look like?
c. Is it better done internally by its own members or an external consultant can be more effective?
4. How would I map the various stakeholders in a change process and what are the roles and responsibilities of each set of stakeholders?
5. What resources and recourses are available to a leader to prepare the organisation during the planning and implementing of change interventions? How would I know that the change intervention has met the objectives of the proponents?
6. In times of change, when the organisation grows, what’s in it for me?
- Bachelor’s degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (45% in case of the candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD) awarded by
- Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament (or)
- Institutions declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 (or)
- An equivalent qualification recognised by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India
- Minimum post qualification experience of 3 years is desirable
- Reservations will be provided to eligible candidates as per Government of India norms
- Application and credentials
- The selection will be based on the candidate’s profile evaluation
The programme curriculum comprises four modules as detailed below:
1. Personality and Self
2. Multiple Intelligences in Leadership – EI and Adversity Quotient
1. Leader-Member Exchange in various team settings
2. Leading Teams to Higher performance
1. Analyzing the Organizational Structure and Culture
2. Leading thru Organization Development
1. Managing Change: Shareholders vs Stakeholders
2. Organizational Risk Taking
1. Managing Conflict
2. Succeeding at Negotiations
1. Managing difficult situations
2. Managing difficult interactions: Up & Across
1. Understanding Organizational change from Data perspective
2. Using Analytics for Leadership development
1. Challenges in Implementing Change
2. Leadership in Crisis: Culture, and Institutionalization
1. Design Thinking: Process, Principles, Tools, Mindset
2. Leading org change using design thinking
1. Essence of leadership in scriptures
2. Leading Transformations: Insights from scriptures
- Transformational Leadership
- Time Management
- Stress Management
2. Fireside chats
3. Industry guest speaker session
Participants who successfully complete the prescribed course of study and fulfil all other academic requirements will receive a Certificate of Completion in Executive Programme in Leadership and Change Management
|Fee Particulars||Amount (in )|
|Total fees (including Application Fee)||1,86,700|
All fees will be collected by BCCL
*All fees are exclusive of applicable taxes.
*All fees are exclusive of applicable taxes.
** Includes application fee of ₹2,500. The amount of ₹10,000 is refundable in case the partic
|No. of Installments -Total amount to be paid in 4 installments|
|Instalment No.||Amount (in )|
|Timeline and Dates|
|Date for Academic Orientation||17-Apr-2022|
|Tentative Programme End Date||22-Nov-2022|
- Concept-based lectures
- Case discussions – text and video cases
- All participants will be connected through Google Classroom for support on additional readings, reference materials, and assessments
- Throughout the course, participants will have the flexibility to connect with the teaching faculty during the class or offline via Google Classroom
- The project work is an integral part of this learning engagement. It will commence after the first two courses under the guidance of the programme faculty. It will conclude with the project presentation, which will be scheduled during the campus visit. This would be a graded component.