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Latest Articles in magazine issue 22 Oct 2020

The Future Of Work Is Here

LinkedIn’s 2020 Workplace Learning Report, 57 per cent of talent development efforts will focus on leadership and management skills, 42 per cent on creative problem solving and design thinking skills and 40 per cent on communication skills.

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Upgrade For Unlock

Dynamics of jobs are rapidly changing, and the jobs that were lost during Covid may no longer be relevant or available in the post-Covid era. Therefore

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Upskill And Re-Skill To Stay Relevant

Digitisation has accelerated and the markets have moved online as part of the “Online – Big Bang”. The disrupters are being disrupted, economies have shattered, and are still very much on the recovery path. VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Confusing, Ambiguous) has taken on a new meaning and definition.

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LBSIM — Scaling New Heights During Pandemic

LBSIM and its student body took it upon themselves to make sure that virtuality is not a hindrance but a stepping stone towards future endeavours.

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Key Skills To Succeed In Post-Covid World

Artificial intelligence (AI), advanced data analytics, fintech, cloud computing, 5G, new materials, renewable energy technology and 3D printing are just a few of the innovations changing the global infrastructure landscape.

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‘The Pandemic Will Drive New Research, Concepts’

Sharad Agarwal, Head, Lamborghini India talks to BW Businessworld’s Siddharth Shankar about the challenges thrown up by the pandemic and how management education needs to evolve in such scenarios keeping the future in mind, and whether B-schools need to have a course on resilience, among other things. Excerpts

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“The Human Connect Can Never Be Replaced By Technology”

P B. Venugopal, President, Lexus India, in conversation with BW Businessworld’s Avishek Banerjee talks about the abiding importance of the ‘human’ aspect in the face of growing technology adoption and digitization, and the need therefore for the new manager to adapt to changes by being flexible, pro-active and open to re-learning, among other things. Excerpts

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Need To Develop New Leadership Competencies

The curriculum would need to concentrate on building leadership competencies and attitudes such as the ones described above in addition to developing conventional management skills.

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“One-year MBA programme is possible in India”

Ram Kumar Mishra, Director of the Hyderabad-based Institute of Public Enterprise talks to BW Businessworld's Navneel Maji about the changed business environment as a result of the pandemic and how B-schools, and more specifically IPE are rising to this challenge in terms of reorienting their curriculum to meet the needs of changed circumstances. Excerpts

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“We may see an increase in demand for education”

Nagarajan Ramamoorthy, Director, IIM Amritsar, in an interaction with BW Businessworld’s Upasana Saran, discusses the change in the thinking at B-schools brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic and their relevance in the new world order. Excerpts:

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Post-Covid World: Acid Test Of True Leadership

India had unending screenplays of life incidents, offering rich learnings and experiences for the future. Whether it was the lockdowns or their defiance leading to the migrant labour issue, we had many challenges to deal with.

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‘We are also known as IIM 3.0’

Mahadeo Jaiswal, Director, IIM Sambalpur, in an interview with BW Businessworld, talks about innovative learning pedagogy, ‘flipped classrooms’, Incubation Centre and a very high gender diversity ratio as being the USP of IIM Sambalpur. Excerpts

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“One-Year MBA Programme Is Possible In India”

Ram Kumar Mishra, Director of the Hyderabad-based Institute of Public Enterprise talks to BW Businessworld’s Navneel Maji about the changed business environment as a result of the pandemic and how B-schools, and more specifically IPE are rising to this challenge in terms of reorienting their curriculum to meet the needs of changed circumstances. Excerpts:

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Reimagining The Business School Of Future

Focusing only on technology as an agent of change but missing out on the human resource development and management will create a society that will never be able to build inclusivity and happiness

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“Classroom teaching can only be replicated using technology”

Ramesh Bhat, Officiating Vice-Chancellor, Provost and Dean, School of Business Management at Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), in an interaction with BW Businessworld shares how the institution showed incredible resilience in dealing with the sudden disruption caused by the pandemic, and resorted to prompt and innovative approaches to deal with the problems that cropped up. Excerpts:

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