Posted on Thursday, December 6, 2018
The age of disruption is redefining management best practices and benchmarks, and companies are trying to become more agile than massive, stated experts at the two-day Academic Conference organised by the All India Management Association (AIMA). Reputed professors from top B-schools and leaders from the technology sector focussed on management research and industry-academia integration in the age of disruption at the conference.
According to Pai, management education is ripe for disruption. “All the education content is available on the web and there is not much that a professor can tell a student which he or she cannot know by Googling,” he says. He also emphasised upon the need for reduction in the duration and cost of the courses which must reflect the multi-dimensional changes occurring everywhere, especially in manufacturing, energy, banking, education and healthcare sectors.
Professor Rajan Saxena, vice chancellor, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management, opined ‘instant response’ is the way to go for companies because of instant market feedbacks.
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