Mr. Deepak Chandra in this exclusive interview talks about the importance of effective research and detailed case studies in business education. He also narrates his own experiences and experiments at ISB, where he established a robust executive education department.
According to him, continuously learning and revisiting familiar content keeps one prepared to respond to situations and challenges.
All India Management Association Education Director, Dr. Raj Aggarwal, in this exclusive interview emphasises on the current disruptions and innovation in the Indian corporate sector and how effective executive education can help better mange the same.He also talks about how US & China invest considerable portion of their GDP for research & development, also how India is catching up through substantial efforts in the past 5 years.
Trailer for a new book, "The Three Box Solution," by Vijay Govindarajan. Leaders already know that innovation calls for a different set of activities, skills, methods, metrics, mindsets, and leadership approaches. And it is well understood that creating a new business and optimizing an already existing one are two fundamentally different management challenges. The real problem for leaders is doing both, simultaneously. How do you meet the performance requirements of the existing business—one that is still thriving—while dramatically reinventing it? How do you envision a change in your current business model before a crisis forces you to abandon it?
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An insightful talk on the significance of leadership and how it can acquire through executive education. Mr Dilip Chenoy emphasis on the importance executive education by industry organisations. He also emphasizes on why leadership training is important at all levels of the management and how mid-level management should be provided with opportunities to pursue dreams and aspirations.
Former Dean of IIFT, New Delhi Prof. Bhattacharyya narrates the evolution of MDP's in India. He also talks about how the growing corporate sector in India, gave rise to a robust Executive Education in Indian Business schools. He also identifies the key areas where Executive Education will vital including strategy, technology etc.
Reliance Industries Ltd. Chairman, Mukesh Ambani believes that India will lead the world in the 4th Industrial revolution. Data is the new oil and India has it in superabundance. Data availability, competence and the entrepreneurial energies in the 63%youngsters in the country will usher India to lead and capitalize the 4th Industrial revolution and build new digital businesses. Ambani also believes that the future is all set to see the birth of a million startups in India with the availability of right digital tools & appropriate ecosystems.
Globally renowned 'Leadership Guru' Michael Useem of the Wharton School talks about, how there will be drastic changes in the corporate sector in the coming years and how leadership holds the key to manage those.
Although the characters of family businesses in China vary, they face similarities in the obstacles they face while going forward. First is the challenge of succession, many companies are facing these problems for the first time, a transition from a dynamic entrepreneurship first generation to another. So the facets and challenges of family businesses in China is varied and interesting to study.
Nowadays, Information Technology (IT) is a permanent part of business management. Do you like having the pivotal role in your organization? Is it your ambition to shape the future of your company? The need for information technology managers who are able to match IT processes with an overall strategy is growing daily.
NBA star Chris Paul and Hollywood Star Channing Tatum reflect their experience on The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports program at Harvard Business School
The Executive Chairman of the company, Happiest Minds which leaves no stone unturned to be a mindful IT company is Mr. Ashok Soota. He believes that Leadership is now global where we cannot afford to fall back in terms of Speed, Adaptability or in coping with uncertainties. In conversation with Mr. Soota, he explains the challenges and promises of Leadership Development through Executive Education and focusing on the importance of 'Learning, Improving and Applying' from the programs to do things differently.
In conversation with the Co-founder and Director of NIIT Technologies, Vijay Thadani, who believes that a true leader is not the ruler of his work force but a servant who serves relentlessly. A Leader must allow freedom of speech to voice disagreements and most importantly to freedom to challenge the system.
Renowned and Respected Professor Ashish Nanda moved on from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. In an exit interview, he shares his views on Executive Education and its greater importance in the coming years.
In conversation with Sarika Mehta, Founder S.M. Associates who strongly
believes in 'Continuous Learning' to not only bring more value to the
organization but also to reflect back and comprehend your own strengths.
She shares her ExEd experience in B-schools like McGill and Stanford
which has helped her build some of the skills like Communication and
Leadership which did not come naturally to her.
Her journey has allowed her to transform and adapt to the changes around her, to rise as a leader with principles like Humility, Honesty, Integrity, and most importantly Fearlessness.
Gaurav Dalmia, Chairman -Dalmia Group Holdings in conversation with George Skaria of XEDGlobal speaks about Corporate Practices in Family Business.
He says that while 'Skill Development' is an important factor that can be efficiently gained through Executive Education the Differentiating Factor for success are Temperament, Passion and Good Judgment.