Dr. Epstein from Qualcomm in AIM

Dr. Mark Epstein, SVP from Qualcomm, Addresses AIM Students

Dr. Mark Epstein, Senior VP at Qualcomm, addressed the students of AIM on the May 17th 2013, in the Soriano-Velasco room. The focus during the talk was on emerging opportunities ...

Alumni Focus: Rajdeep Chakravarty

The AIM Chronicle had a chance to talk to Rajdeep Chakravarty of MBA Cohort 3. He currently works for Ernst & Young in New York. Read on for his experiences ...

Kumaran and Nehan

Alumni Focus – Kumaran and Neha (MBA 2009 & Founders of Moojic)

Continuing our focus on profiling alumni, we have Kumaran and Neha who have a very interesting journey to share. Kumaran Mahendran and Neha Behani are from the MBA class of 2009. ...

What's Up At AIM?

An AIM Tale: An Unlikely Yet Hard-Earned Journey to Success

By Mark Daniel Chan, Cohort 1 I remember it as if it ...

Rising Smart: An Interview with Mr.Sanjay Sathe

Mr.Sanjay Sathe is the CEO and President of RiseSmart, next-generation outplacement solutions ...

The Enchanted Farm Ahoy!

By Aadishpa Singh As part of the coursework, the MBA Cohort 8 ...
AIM Students with Bill Clinton at Hult B-Plan Competition

Business Plan Competition Experiences

By, Manish Anand. “…Man! Those 16 months just flew by like anything…and ...
APEC SME Summit & AIM

APEC SME Summit: Breaking Barriers Through Innovation

By, Raj Bordia. The APEC SME summit, held in Makati on 20th ...
AIM Student in Germany

From Manila to Mannheim – Student Exchange at AIM

By Rahul Bhasin I knew I had to study an MBA in ...

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Walkabouts in AIM

By Tejas Bandivadekar. The Managing People in Organizations (MPO) course in AIM has a unique component – the walkabout. As a part of the course, students should take up a mock ‘rite of passage’ or a ‘walkabout’ (click on the link for details). To pass the course students should face their fears and go through […]

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Aquino’s Senate

By Patrick Agudo Waterman     05/17/2013 The results from the May 13 Midterm Elections are still undergoing complete official tabulation.  However, it is clear that President Aquino scored a big win in the mid-term elections as Aquino’s Liberal Party and allies won 9 of the 12 contested seats gaining a majority control in the Senate and […]

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