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SP Jain in the News

How an Executive MBA can help accelerate your career – SP Jain’s Dr Gary Stockport writes in The Hans India

Pursuing a full-time MBA is typically a 12-month time-consuming process and requires you to take a break from work. For this reason, an Executive MBA has emerged as a viable option to help gain the same quality of education, within 18 months part-time, writes Dr Gary Stockport (Professor – Strategy and Dean – Executive MBA, SP Jain School of Global Management) in The Hans India, a leading English daily newspaper.

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Nurturing a global outlook – The Tribune interviews SP Jain’s Undergraduate Dean Dr Sivakumar Alagumalai

What is the importance of global exposure for management students? In an interaction with The Tribune, one of India’s largest-read English language newspapers, Dr Sivakumar Alagumalai (Professor and Dean – Undergraduate Programs, SP Jain School of Global Management) talks about how global exposure can add value to one’s degree in management.

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1-year versus 2-year - Which MBA is right for you? SP Jain’s President Nitish Jain writes in The Tribune

Is a 2-year MBA really worth the time and money that you invest in it? With leading business schools around the world offering both the 1-year and 2-year structures, how do you decide which program best suits your needs? Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain School of Global Management) writes in The Tribune, one of India’s largest read English-language newspapers.

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SP Jain’s Prof Christopher Abraham shares 5 ways to create High Performance Organisations in the 21st century

Business and HR leaders can no longer continue to function with traditional and historical methods. They ought to now embody new approaches to reimagine their company’s culture, leadership, talent, and strategy transformation. What are the changes one can bring in to ensure an optimal performance level in the organisation? Prof Christopher Abraham (Head of Campus – Dubai, SP Jain School of Global Management) writes in People Matters, a new-age, niche media portal.

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How to grow a family business – SP Jain’s Dr Parimal Merchant writes in Hindustan Times

What is the key to growing a family business? With the advent of globalisation and technology, what are the new models providing far more promising opportunities? Dr Parimal Merchant (Director – Global Family Managed Business, SP Jain School of Global Management) shares his insights in Hindustan Times, one of India’s leading publications.

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How global exposure in BBA can be a huge stepping stone in your career - SP Jain’s Dr Tarun Pasricha writes

In a world where global exposure is a big draw for boosting your career, the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is emerging as the passport to success in a managerial or entrepreneurial career, shares Dr Tarun Pasricha (Associate Professor of Marketing & Strategy and Deputy Director – BBA, SP Jain).

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How SP Jain is improving student employability with a unique study approach

SP Jain School of Global Management has been featured by Gulf News, a leading English newspaper in the UAE, for placing an increased emphasis on imparting real-world smart skills and making graduates future-ready.

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3D your new workforce – Dr CJ Meadows (SP Jain’s Director of the Innovation & Insights Center) writes

What does the future of work look like? What kind of man-machine synergy will we witness in Industry 4.0? Dr CJ Meadows, Professor, Director, i2i – The Innovation & Insights Center and Head, Global MBA – Consulting Management, SP Jain School of Global Management shares her take in the APAC CIO Outlook magazine.

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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.

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