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We are a business school in our 15th year of operation, and have been consistently been acknowledged for our learning environment and accomplished faculty – well reputed in their domain.   For your information I would like to share our most recent B School Rankings which were possible to a very large extent with your patronage

•    CRISIL for the first time has graded educational institutes and chosen Skyline Business School as one of them with an         All India grade A and  state level A**
•    Outlook magazine has placed Skyline at 70 position among the top B Schools 
•    Business World Best B School Survey 2010 just released has placed Skyline Business School at the 11th position in Industry Interaction,29th position by Pedagogy, 27th position from Students’Ranking while overall ranking is 71 (All India)

We are a business school in our 15th year of operation, and have been consistently been acknowledged for our learning environment and accomplished faculty – well reputed in their domain.   For your information I would like to share our most recent B School Rankings which were possible to a very large extent with your patronage.

We have restructured our training and consultancy activities with focus on developing industry engagement in areas where our team of faculty and consultants have acknowledged strength.   

The nature of engagements could typically be in the form of training workshop, consulting assignment or a consulting assignment starting with a training workshop. 

We look forward to explore training and consulting opportunities in areas where the engagement will be a mutually rewarding experience.

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A.    Training workshops
B.     Consulting areas
C.    Profile of key trainers / consultants

There are some crises that force entire companies or even sectors to change the way they work. The present COVID- 19 pandemic is one such that has brought several industries back to the drawing board. Some of the changes made now, should hopefully in the long run, help the way work is carried out. The need to enhance workers’ skills, is the current challenge. New set of skills highly in vogue are now those that work bets with the ‘distance economy’. There are imbalances unfortunately in the talent recruitment being done, and the demand for certain skills. Supply chains are also likewise seeing a churn in their design. Before any company starts the process of re- skilling, they need to identify the skill areas on which the business model’s recovery will impinge upon. Corporate training programmes need to be adopted that will specifically handle the key skills required for the new business model. These training programmes need to be tailored towards the critical areas. The system of start- test- iterate needs to be implemented. Companies that will display humility and acknowledge themselves to be small, are expected to ace this period. Learning budgets will need to be protected now at all costs, else there will be regret later on.

Source:https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/organization/our-insights/to-emerge-stronger-from-the-covid-19-crisis-companies-should-start-reskilling-their-workforces-now

Uploaded Date:20 May 2020

Now is possibly the best time to effect any change in behaviour. The current pandemic has forced us to rethink the way we live our lives. While stringent rules may be put in place for some time, eventually the onus lies on the people themselves. Team leaders will need to show the way. The best way to show this is by highlighting gaps in the system. The right questions need also be posed. Critical reasoning will be needed at such times. A bit of moderation is also needed. So the new approach, must include asking for less. Excesses of the pre- pandemic era will need to be curtailed, at least for some time. The entire corporate strategy will now need to be prepared for a period of relative austerity.

Source:https://hbr.org/2020/04/how-to-persuade-people-to-change-their-behavior?utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter_monthly&utm_campaign=leadership_not_activesubs&referral=00206&deliveryName=DM79314

Uploaded Date:13 May 2020

Right now is the time, when companies must encourage and even help their employees to undergo training towards developing news skills. The skills gap is unfortunately on the rise, in spite of years of forewarning. A report from PwC, titled Talent Trends, published in 2019, reported that a staggering seventy- nine percent of global CEOs are worried about the lack of essential skills among employees. This is in stark contrast, to the future of fifty- three percent just a few years back, in the same report in 2012. Two of the partners at the business consulting giant PwC, have confirmed that up skilling is the way ahead. For this, the command and control culture needs to completely disappear. Corporate training sessions must be arranged, where instead of teaching, employees must be taught, on best ways to learn. Peer- based coaching must be arranged, so that employees get the time and space to reflect upon their work.

Source:https://www.strategy-business.com/article/How-to-help-employees-learn-new-skills-amid-a-crisis?gko=836fb

Uploaded Date:30 April 2020

For companies or businesses involved in doing relatively routine tasks, the definition of product and customer come fairly easily. But for others, who may be involved in the services, a non- product category also exists. There is now an urgent need to bring some of the product- thinking concepts to the non- product teams. This is especially true for teams working in talent management, legal services, or in corporate training. It is often in such cases, difficult to determine the exact value of productivity. This work needs to be reframed with the use of terms such as customers and products. The removal of the mention of the word solution also helps in this case. Such concepts are not yet common to such functions. But it is getting more popular, simply because of the agility it provides.

Source:https://hbr.org/2020/04/bring-product-thinking-to-non-product-teams?utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter_daily&utm_campaign=dailyalert_activesubs&utm_content=signinnudge&referral=00563&deliveryName=DM75772

Uploaded Date:16 April 2020

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