The Assessment and Development of Managerial and Administrative Potential (ADMAP) is a course born out of our conviction and affirmation towards creating leaders, entrepreneurs and managers who can "get things done".
ADMAP is widely considered the poster-boy of SPJIMR’s prestigious "non classroom learning". It teaches the art of administration to business students in a fun, experiential way.
ADMAP introduces the participants to ‘self-learning’ and ‘management of the self’ through the prism of ‘doing, observing, reflecting and recording’. The learning is intended to inculcate the ideology of ‘getting things done’ and ‘getting along with others’.
Drawing and leveraging upon individual strengths, ADMAP endeavours to impart skills that encompass the three important roles in any organisation; leader, entrepreneur and manager. It enables and channels the minds of the participants to understand the importance of each in any organisation.
Through its accent on theoretical frameworks, it enables participants to understand the ‘administrative construct’ comprising processes, roles, context and strategy.
It builds upon combining theory with practicality by teaching the participant to understand organisational structure and identifying the presence and importance of positional power circles. By creating situations through which decision-making is taught, it strives to create a complete executive -- appreciative, empathetic and inclusive of the self and the subordinate.