As we stand at the juncture of this new millennium, business and industry rest on the sharp edges of a double-sided sword. On one side industry is faced with enormous opportunities posed by the rise in the aspirations and disposable income of around 4.5 billion middle-class population spanning BRIGS nations; while on the other side we are faced with businesses that do not have the potential to become resilient to change. Change is engulfing us like never before, older paradigms are fast outpacing newer ones. Survival of the fittest has long become extinct, and survival of the most innovative is slowly giving way to an emerging paradigm – ‘survival of the most adaptable’.
At the business forefront, challenges abound: boundaries between industries are falling leading to convergence, product life-cycles are increasingly becoming shorter, technologies are proliferating in a flat world, innovations disrupting existing industries and a lot more. In this new era the future will belong to those who can manage change seamlessly across boundaries.
To this end, Globsyn Business School (GBS) has designed an AICTE approved management programme drawing from a rich experience that started more than a decade ago. Keeping this backdrop in mind, we at GBS have created an ideal learner centric environment that attempts to ignite a spark in the minds of budding managers of the future who are going to lead this change. To cater to their aspirations GBS has incorporated a curriculum that draws from the best practices of traditional and modern management, from east and west, focusing primarily on experiential learning. The concepts are delivered by an eminent faculty team that combines a rich blend of experiences from industry, academics, research and consulting. Further, the students undergo a rigorous summer internship which transforms these young students into ‘Industry Ready’ managers. It also has a well networked placement cell that facilitates students’ transition from academics to industry.
GBS not only aspires to create managers of the future, but also responsible corporate citizens and above all ‘good’ human beings. They not only hold the potential to transform businesses, but influence society as a whole. If you wish to be a part of this journey, we welcome you to come aboard to transform yourself and your career.
Prof. Rohit Srivastava
Globsyn Business School