MBA Students filing in and out of class for various lectures throughout the day used to be a common scene in the 1980’s. Visits to factories or field visits used to be a bonus. Shift to a scene played out in the middle of 2015 when classroom learning forms only about 50% of the learning curriculum. The rest of the curriculum focusses on live projects, internships, practical workshops, activities that encourage development of necessary skill set etc.
This article talks about why the shift has happened and why this pedagogy will become a pre –requisite for all Management Institutions in the future.
Skills are the necessity of the decade
My recent interaction with a Marketing Manager in an MNC brought to light the essential ammunitions necessary for him to perform well on the job apart from an MBA degree. They are as follows:
One can note that all the above abilities he has highlighted are actually SKILLS that one is expected to have to perform well on the job. They are also the reasons why MBA graduates these days are exposed to more than just classroom learning so that when they graduate they are equipped with the basic skill set.
To know more about Regenesys Institute of Management’s 360 degree pedagogy you can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org (Prof.Sandya Jadhav, Senior Faculty, Regenesys Institute of Management)