The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has presented the world with perplexing challenges that are going to have a lasting impact on the way we live and work. Even before the outbreak of the pandemic, the adoption and evolution of technology, working models and customer behaviour was disrupting the workforce.
However, the sudden onset of COVID-19 has intensified the use of new-age technology tools. According to the World Economic Forum, almost one-third of all jobs worldwide will likely be transformed by technology in the next decade. This is pushing the talent management teams to reimagine the HR practices, strategies, and learning models.
The business environment is rapidly changing. The organizations are adopting new-age technology – artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, cloud computing, and many among others. With this rapid influx of digitized solutions, organizations are coming up with new roles that require specific talent and relevant skills, usually learned without acquiring Techno-Management degrees.
IPS BUSINESS SCHOOL was able to adapt effectively inn delivering these future-ready skills that will play a crucial role in building a sustainable future in the time of uncertainty.
The result is our BBA II Year students fetching and earning incentives in their On-Job-Trainings and Internships to the tune of 14000 – 20000 working in established brands like Bank of Baroda, White Hat Jr. and many more.
Past week our II Year BBA student Ashish Rai was awarded with an Incentive of Rs. 14,200/- in his second week of Internship with WhiteHat Jr.
The reason behind our ability of scripting success stories galore in these trying times has been our emphasis on transforming BBA Education by inculcating the following:
1. Digital skills – New age technology
IPS BUSINESS SCHOOL is investing heavily in making our students proficient in automated business processes. To build a sustainable career in Management that continues even after the crisis, the students need to be technologically and digitally advanced. Digital skills, mainly in – Data Analytics, Cloud-Computing, Digital Marketing, thereby expanding the ability of students to respond to post-crisis market needs and work in a digitally advanced environment.
2. Cognitive skills – Innovation and Scalability
The change that the uncertainty has brought has transformed the way of responding to the business landscape. Students in IPS BUSINESS SCHOOL are trained to embrace resilience, problem-solving skills, creativity, and innovation. According to a global report, the top skills that are required in the ‘New Normal’ are cognitive, social, and emotional skills for critical thinking, problem- solving, management, and decision-making. Now with the adoption of remote working models, the talent managers are focusing more on requiring managers who can work in a highly dynamic and evolving business environment. An aspect which is the pivotal point in each and every facet of the IPS pedagogy.
3. Management skills – Emotional and Social
In the distanced working models, talent leaders are transitioning to hiring managers who possess advanced communication skills that are critical for supporting the people associated with an organization. IPS BUSINESS SCHOOL has always cultivated emotional and social skills among its students to increase agility and flexibility firstly in the institutions which is later translated at the workplace.
To thrive during and after the crisis, IPS students are equipped to ensure adaptability, flexibility, and creativity, nurturing the talent pool of our students to exhibit their potential limitlessly contributing to their own and organization’s growth and sustainability in the future.
At IPS BUSNESS SCHOOL our passion and dedication to excel under all circumstances differentiate us from others.