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Dr Ramakrishnan Raman

The author is Professor and Director, Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM), Pune. His passion is working and interacting with the future corporate leaders.

Latest Articles By Dr Ramakrishnan Raman

Emotional Intelligence: What’s The Role In Indian B School Curriculum

There are five components of EI (Self-awareness, Self-regulation, Internal Motivation, Empathy and Social Skills) at work and they have great significance to any MBA graduate.

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Why Do Institutes Need To Incorporate Problem-Solving Skills In MBA Courses?

The problem-solving ability need not necessarily come from the MBA curriculum alone. It can be imparted by adopting some strategies, read below.

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7 Reasons Why Measuring MBA ROI Is Valuable For Students

Here are the seven reasons which make it imperative to measure the return of investment for an MBA programme.

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Should B-Schools Re-Think, Re-Create And Re-Invent Courses That Can Make MBA Relevant For The Next Decade?

Corporates look for talent who can hit the ground running from day one of their jobs and also expect the talent to learn all aspects of the business at a very fast pace. Tools of technology are changing the way business processes function.

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Should B-Schools Re-Think, Re-Create And Re-Invent Courses That Can Make MBA Relevant For The Next Decade?

The new industrial revolution focuses on the usage of interconnectivity, automation, machine learning, and real-time data for decision making and problem solving. Working along with machines and depending on dashboard created from big data for decision making and problem solving is a realty for many middle and top level managers.

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