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The Challenge For Indian Executive Is To Become More Multi-Disciplinary: David Heckman

Wharton Executive Education’s Senior Director David Heckman speak about the challenges and possibilities that upcoming CEOs must embrace in order to scale in this rapidly moving and changing business world

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Spillover Effects Of A Global MBA

Countries, industries and firms don’t know anything. Knowledge exists only in the minds of individuals like Bhrugi ...

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The Importance Of The Right MBA

Choosing the right mba programme will make all the difference in your personal and professional journey

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The Usefulness Of A Good MBA

Entrepreneurship is not just about starting small businesses, it is about creating a new area of activity inside of a large organisation

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Reimagining MBA Curriculum

Since MBA is a professional programme, building competence and skills, desired by employers, should be the core of MBA curriculum

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Making An Early Start

The growing interest in entrepreneurship is driving down the average age of graduates across B-schools

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B-School Brigade On Untrodden Paths

Of bestselling authors, movie stars, dancers and even politicians, who went to reputed Business Schools

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CAT 2017: Time Management Is The Key To Success

Do time management while practising for the exam questions. This will help you increase the speed and solve problems quickly

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Niti Aayog Selects Five IIM Calcutta Students

National Institution for Transforming India (Niti) Aayog visited the campus for the first time and made five offers during the summer placement this year

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Columbia B-School To Host India-focused Conference In New York

The theme of this year's conference is 'Route to Resurgence: Shaping India's New Destiny', according to a press statement

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Modern Vis-à-vis Vedic Approach To Management

The Vedic approach could be simplified in six simple steps: Lokasangraha (Human Welfare), Shubh Laabh (Profits through ethical means), Nishkaama Karma (Action without greed), Vasudha-eva-Kutumkam (accepting the entire world as one family) and Ati-hyastha-varjayet (Avoidance of any extreme). The very quintessential ingredients missing in the modern management practices

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Business School Faculty Feedback: A Tool For Excellence Or Appeasement?

Faculty feedback is supposed to be a great tool to assess the quality of education being imparted in an academic institution. For academics in general and business schools in particular, the faculty feedback mechanism is considered to be the vital component for assessments and appraisals

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