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Prof. A.D. Amar, Professor of Management, Stillman School of Business, Seaton Hall University, USA, visited JBS along with his student team

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Prof. A.D. Amar, Professor of Management, Stillman School of Business, Seaton Hall University, USA, visited JBS along with his student team. An expert in knowledge work and organizations, Dr. A. D. Amar received the 2013 Carolyn Dexter Finalist Award of the Academy of Management for his work on the effects of meditation on emotional intelligence and leadership of CEOs. He was also the 2013 Stillman Star of the Stillman School of Business and awarded the 2010 NJBIA Bright Idea Award in Management by NJPRO Foundation of New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA) for his publication on leading without authority in the context of knowledge organizations in the Harvard Business Review. A tenured Professor of Management for knowledge, operations and strategy at the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ 07079, he came to the US as a student from India.
Dr. Amar has taught, consulted, held management positions and trained managers in industry and public sector undertakings in the USA, India, Poland, Russia, and the United Kingdom. In addition, he has lead several University courses to India to help students better understand the business environment outside of the United States in a seminar titled ‘Doing Business in India.’

 

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