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SP Jain in the News

Australia emerges as the top employment location for SP Jain Global’s Undergraduate Class of 2019

Over 50% of the class secured jobs in Australia, with average starting salaries of AUD 55,000 (INR 27 lakhs). UAE, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Rwanda, India, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and the USA are amongst other employment locations.

Topics: BBA

How AI Enhances Customer Experience – Professor Karippur Nanda Kumar Writes

Digital Age is transforming consumer habits. Over 80% of leaders and managers from over 200 organisations surveyed by SP Jain School of Global Management across Singapore, Sydney, Dubai and Mumbai over the past two years indicate Digital Transformation as their top priority for IT spending aiming to integrate digital technologies to deliver value to customers.

With the expected rise in such investments in digital technologies, companies need to rethink their strategies for delivering positive customer experiences to survive and grow business, writes Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar, Professor and Area Head, Information Technology, SP Jain School of Global Management, in Tabla! newspaper.

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Why Data Science and Machine Learning are important for MBA students – Program Director Abhijit Dasgupta writes

Data science and machine learning may have originated from the science stream, but the managers of tomorrow would be required to understand and leverage technology. An interesting transition that has taken place in global business is the movement from manufacturing-oriented to customer-driven models, which has given rise to dramatic shifts in business behaviour. Customers expect companies to anticipate what they need and offer products they want in real-time, which is where data science and machine learning come handy.

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SP Jain Global announces successful placements for the MBA Class of 2019

The Global MBA Class of 2019 witnessed a 3-fold jump in average starting salaries – from INR 6.5 lakhs (pre-MBA) to INR 20 lakhs on completing the program.

Topics: SP Jain in News, Master of Global Business

Does Technostress Impede or Advance Employee Innovation? Associate Professor Shalini Chandra Writes

In today’s rapidly-changing world, employees need to constantly adapt to new technological applications, functionalities, workflows and skills, which can result in technostress. Do new information and communication technologies enhance or inhibit employee motivation? Do technostress creators influence employee outcomes differently? Dr Shalini Chandra, Associate Professor of Information Technology, SP Jain School of Global Management, delves deeper into the concept of technostress in an article for the online edition of the APAC CIO Outlook magazine.

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Vikram Pandya discusses the role of ‘Innovation Centers’ and future of learning

In today’s dynamic world, traditional learning methods are no longer relevant. Emerging technologies like Blockchain, AI/ML, Big Data, Cloud computing, IoT, Quantum computing and AR/VR are rapidly reshaping the business models. Given the scenario, the leaders of tomorrow will require different and constantly evolving skillset to operate in this dynamic environment. Top business schools around the world have identified this shift and have started ‘Innovation Centers’ to address these changing needs.

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Future of Management Learning - Nitish Jain writes in Hindustan Times

With machines becoming more advanced every day and taking up new responsibilities at lesser cost and higher efficiency, how can we upgrade our skill sets to remain relevant in tomorrow’s business world? Nitish Jain, President, SP Jain School of Global Management, shares his insights in Hindustan Times, one of India’s leading media publications.

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Dr Silvia Vianello, Director – Innovation, shares 6 ways to keep your audience riveted on stage

The first 60 seconds of a speech are the most important. Be it in a meeting, an event or a conference, the audience makes important decisions about you in the first 60 seconds. How can you ensure that you make an ever-lasting impression on your audience whenever you’re on stage?

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ET Now interviews Nitish Jain on SP Jain Global’s success

SP Jain School of Global Management has gained immense success over the past few years, being ranked among the world’s best by several prestigious international publications. Nitish Jain, President – SP Jain Global, shares the reason behind this success in an interview with ET Now, one of India’s leading business news channels.

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