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Industry and Academic Based Research, Reports and Management Articles

The AIMA case research centre is established after a lot of discussion, deliberation and research. The purpose of setting up of India case research centre at AIMA is primarily to focus on developing and publishing Industry based India-focused research cases.

Reports

AIMA conducts and publishes industry and academic based research, surveys and reports in various facets of management

AIMA Publications

Management Perspectives & Articles

Management articles & opinions from various thought leaders & domain experts

The time has come

For years, the cost of sustainability is what held many businesses back. Now, we have reached the precipice where the cost of ‘not’ being sustainable might be too high. Sustainability is increasingly becoming a business imperative—one that organisations cannot afford to overlook as they build their post-COVID business strategies.

by Peggy Smedley
Indian Management 2021-07-02

Digital agriculture

An ‘agtech’ platform that aims to bring its services across the agricultural value chain, FarmERP collaborates with several national and international corporates, agribusinesses, research programs, FPOs and FPCs, and policy-makers to further their mission of making agriculture more profitable and predictable for all stakeholders.

by Sanjay Borkar
Indian Management 2021-07-01

Rural foray

AI-driven agritech solutions hold the potential to eliminate dated farming techniques and unleash the untapped potential of a sector dominated by fragmented land holdings and lack of mechanisation.

by Sachidanand Upadhyay
Indian Management 2021-07-01
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