This program is a necessity of time for managers as it helps them to have a wholistic perspective while taking decision. This program is designed for managers to enhance their understanding of finance in business for better management and decision-making capabilities.
With the steep increase in market shifts, consumer demands and competitive forces these days, companies and their employees are expected to be more innovative not just by coming up with more innovative ideas but also by adjusting with the innovative changes happening within the organization.
In the century of technological empowerment and demanding customers the business has to be speeded up in order to survive in the market. Here, survival is not the goal but business growth and profitability are which instead stems from newer products, innovative services and emerging markets.
The world is now witnessing the fourth Industrial Revolution where manufacturing industries are becoming automated and data exchange is becoming easier.
Design Thinking is a structured progression of designing while keeping in mind the latent needs of the people for whom it’s been designed – the customers! Design Thinking is used by the designers to develop and deliver products, services and experiences to customers in collaboration with them.
We all know that customer satisfaction is what decides an organization’s existence. Studies suggest that companies that prioritize customer satisfaction grow in revenue. The question is about how to get there.
There are several ways in which the service sector is different from manufacturing sector. But what remains common is the need to balance demand and supply. The actual management of demand and supply varies too since the products and services are completely different and therefore their management has to be different too. While the service sector ia bout the immediacy of demand and supply.
Leading different people in order to collectively reach the vision and at the same time to meet personal goals is a quite tricky job. In everyday scenes, haven’t we observed ourselves or others trying to change their approach based on situations? Have you observed how a person works with different people in different ways to get the work done?
The universe has been changing, so do us. Change is inevitable. Recently, the magnitude and pace of change has been accelerated. One’s ability to accept and adjust to the change in life predicts professional success.
Effective Crisis Management is necessary for any successful organization. Crisis situations are unpredictable and unavoidable. If organizations are not backed by established preventive measures, then it will lead to heavy loss both in terms of finance and human resources.
Conflict is native to all social life. One cannot really escape conflicts and neither one should because productive conflict can be useful. If conflicts are not resolved, it can lead to job dissatisfaction, reduced group cohesiveness, and increased turn-over rate.
In the corporate world these days, meetings are scheduled one after the other but whether the outcome is productive or not is the question. Is the agenda being followed? How effective are the outcomes?
Job interviews have always played a vital role in personnel selection and promotions. However, often the hiring managers and supervisors make expensive mistakes as they are not aware of specifically what they are looking for.
Growth is always essential and it is quite inevitable too. With promotion and development also come responsibilities and expectations.
People Management is a critical skill for success in the corporate world today. The shift from individual contributor to people manager is a significant one and requires new competencies to be developed