The QS Rankings in Business and Management is out for 2021. The Indian Institutes have done fairly well. The ranks are led by IIM Bangalore, followed closely by IIM Ahmedabad and IIT Delhi (DMS). The other two institutes in the top 5 ranks in QS University rankings are IIM Calcutta and IIT Bombay (SJSOM). This year, there are 16 institutions who make it to the QS ranking list.
Congratulations to all the 16 Institutions which made it to the list.
QS Ranking is the most popular ranking across the world as universities strive to rank higher and higher in these institutions. The QS Ranking for Business and Management are out for 2021. Harvard, Insead and London Business School lead the global rankings, followed closely by MIT, Standford and University of Pennsylvania. Indian Universities have not done too badly, considering all constraints. The following 7 Institutes rank within the top 250 in global rankings in India. Congratulate all colleagues and students from these institutions. Continue reading “Top Business and Management Universities in India – QS Ranking 2021”→
Call for Applications for the “Executive Programme in Data and Decision Sciences Consulting” at IIT Delhi Professional Development Programme of 80 Hrs over weekends in Jan-June, 2021). This is a programme for working professionals who are looking to strengthen their profile for a career as a data scientist.
The NIRF rankings for 2020 are out. In Management, the rankings are led by IIM Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Kolkata. The top IITs in the top 10 rankings are Kharagpur and Delhi. A comparison of the performance across different criteria is provided in the snippet below for the top 25 institutions.
The top positions are led by IIM Ahmedabad and Bangalore, as these institutes break into the bracket of 51-100 ranks. IIT Delhi, IIT Mumbai and IIM Calcutta form the second bracket in the QS Rankings in the Management category.
Academic Associate needed in DMS, IIT Delhi. Looking for a young dynamic professional based out of Delhi / NCR with a zeal to thrive in highly competitive environment. Candidate needs to have excellent communication skills and ability to multi-task and handle documentation/reports. Job deliverables: Supporting academic administration, project administration and training programs. Salary: 2.4 LPA, with a variable of 100% based on performance. Higher starting salary may be given to candidates based on background. Continue reading “Academic Positions Available in IIT Delhi”→
I was asked an interesting question recently to define what is thought leadership.
“Thought leadership means one would be able to think 5-10 years ahead in terms of what one would want to be known for and contribute significantly as a super-specialist. This could only be achieved from achieving knowledge based excellence in this domain so as to be globally recognise among his / her selective target stakeholders. This should be equally demonstrated by recognitions of high quality in teaching, research and advocacy. For achieving the long term goals, one needs to lay out the different incremental steps of these paths through which he/she will be able to meet the long term targets without compromising the short term goals. These steps frequently need updation depending on contextual changes but the end objective doesn’t shift. However there must be a continued demonstration from his/her own side of striving to move towards that goal.”
“Thought leadership is also about balancing the ability to dream and comprehending the scope of dreams in light of the practical constraints to achieve the dream. Dreams and action, without complementing one another, both lead to failure in realising thought leadership.”
You are nice, you are decisive, and you have always had an excellent reputation as an employee — until you took your first step into management. Middle managers have tough jobs, trying to balance the directions of higher-level management with the complaints of staff. Few can truly flourish in this employment wasteland, where there is little training and fewer rewards for those who demonstrate hard work and dedication to their jobs. Continue reading “Why You Aren’t a Good at Middle Management (and What to Do Instead)”→