A Competitive Platform For Future Managers
Amrita School of Business is providing a platform for youth to build a new India. The faculty, the MBA Programme, and its long-term vision set a few benchmarks that will define how managers are created or trained in the country and globally—both in the government and private sector. In a freewheeling chat with Outlook Magazine, Dr Kishore Gopalakrishna Pillai explains the efforts and the results taken by the Amrita School of Business.
December 28, 2021
In the second wave of the pandemic, crematoriums are overflowing and even melting under the strain
May 04, 2021
Is it time to get off the equity gravy train?
The benchmark indices are at an all-time high despite mutual funds selling all the way
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"Better training and effective people management enables huge cost savings"
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"Help women reaffirm that the role they hold is because of their talent and skills"
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Bucking the sales manual
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“Acquisitions are not something you can train for”
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Born to Run
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Deepika Agrawal - June 29, 2019
The kill spirit
With no formal training, Mayur Toshniwal, MD of Future Supply Chain, has been an ace squash player for more than two decades
Tanya Baisoya - May 10, 2019
After Train 18 earned its spot as one of the fastest on rails, more are set to be rolled out
April 30, 2019