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SP Jain in the News

How can students be trained for best employment opportunities? SP Jain’s Dr Balakrishna Grandhi writes

According to a study published by the global management consulting firm McKinsey & Co, the senior management of most companies have revealed that as many as 45% of the positions are vacant because they are unable to find people with the right skills. How can this growing gap between what the corporates want and what the management graduates are able to offer be bridged? Dr Balakrishna Grandhi (Dean – Global MBA & Master of Global Business and Professor of Marketing & Strategy, SP Jain) shares his ideas in Business World Education, a leading education 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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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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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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