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CII Launches Smart Manager Certificate Programme for Job Readiness, in partnership with GlobalGyan
CII has launched Smart Manager Certificate Programme, in partnership with GlobalGyan. CII Smart Manager Certificate Programme will make students ready for their professional careers with practical competencies that all employers seek.
Can e-learning be a substitute for the classroom?
The last few years have seen the growth of several online education platforms that have sought to supplement traditional education. Is it possible that they can emerge as viable substitutes? Mint takes a look.
Video streaming services up the ante on content
Two large brands—Apple and Disney—are entering what appears to be an already crowded market of video streaming services. Are these over-the-top (OTT) services disrupting the media industry? Mint takes a look.
When shared access is a better idea than owning
Uber chief executive officer Dara Khosrowshahi recently said that Indians should shun car ownership. Khosrowshahi was promoting what is referred to as the access economy. Can Uber and other similar accessible facilities replace ownership? Mint takes a look.
These are the biggest challenges middle-aged entrepreneurs face
Here's a firsthand account of a first-time entrepreneur who not only faced these challenges, but also witnessed others facing similar issues.
Ginger Partners with IHM Aurangabad; GlobalGyan enables Digital Selection
The pre-selection process for this program has been digitally enabled in partnership with GlobalGyan Academy of Management Education via an intuitive game-based mobile application, followed by video screening, group discussion and final one-on-one engagement with the prospective candidates.
Outlasting the Founder
The joy of entrepreneurship is in new product creation, innovation, exceeding customer expectations, energising and motivating colleagues and partners, and of course, in wealth creation.
New Indian Express
What skills should every startup founder have?
The most important skill for a founder is undoubtedly business acumen. An entrepreneur, by definition, is a general manager, one who has to manage all crucial activities of the business. I would, therefore, point out microeconomics as a critical area of learning.