View the EMBA-12 India experience in photos.
A warm welcome to EMBA-12 from the front gates of the Leela Palace Hotel in Bangalore. Elephants are a poignant and an auspicious symbol in Indian culture, representing great wisdom and memory!
Gearing up for our first school field trip. Boxed lunches await and Charlotte checks everyone in before boarding buses for the tours and excursions.
Jyoti Chopra in the lobby of GE’s high tech Innovation Center in Bangalore. Site visit to GE included the design lab and seeing new hospital and medical devices developed for international markets.
Qiming Li (based in Germany) and Matt Hu (based in Singapore) tour and shop during a break at one of the most famous silk houses in Bangalore – the Mysore Silk House.
The last evening in India culminated in a warm birthday toast and celebration for the many March birthdays among the EMBA-12 faculty and students!
Professor Alastair Nicholson led an operations production and supply chain business simulation, “The Discovery Exercise” with bricks, blocks, and parts.
The class debriefs with Alastair on where production fell short, which parts were not adequately supplied and why delivery was so slow…
Orders and parts were tracked on a live time basis on-screen during the simulation.
A tray full of assembled parts ready to move to delivery stage.
Site visit to Rural Shores. EMBA classmates tour the facilities and walk around the courtyard, the call center operations, an on-site school and a temple.
Students from the Rural Shores school in an end-of-day assembly, getting ready for school dismissal. Note the school’s mantra or philosophy, “The end of education is character.”
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