Author: Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar

Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubhaneswar is one of the most coveted B-schools in India. Established in the year 1987, XIMB is known for quality education in the field of Management and creation of future entrepreneurs. XIMB offers to its students three prestigious programmes; Business Management, Global MBA and Executive-MBA. 30 years and still going strong, XIMB strives to achieve its mission of making managers with a human face.

My Internship Experience at Cognizant Business Consulting – Kaushik Bhattacharjee, XIMB

From the very first day when I joined XIMB, the thought of getting a good internship that would give me an exposure to the corporate management world was something always there back in my mind. I was fortunate enough that I got selected by Cognizant Business Consulting to join their workforce as a business associate

Gender Neutral Marketing: Rising Beyond Pink And Blue

Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus. This is the epigram we all have come across in our life. Gender has turned out to be one of the most debated discussions, renegotiating across cultural, social, political and commercial realms. However, in this era of post-millennials, consumers are upbrought with increased tolerance for non-traditional

Micropolix V5 | Sushobhan Guha | XIMB | Batch Of 2018-20

“If the roads don’t lead to where you want to go, bend the ways to get through.” During engineering, I was bored with the monotonous curriculum & was dying to venture out and compete. My fascination towards motorsport drove me to try & participate in Formula SAE, but somehow that didn’t work out. Desperately thinking

Role Of Strategy In The Loop Of Data And Technology In Today’s World

Companies should be capable enough to handle new data systems, otherwise, it will be a waste to implement the strategy in such places. In fact, they should know how to control the system but also have the ability to think of solutions to critical problems of industries. New technology is needed to enhance the traditional

Orchestration Of Modern Work-Place Processes

Back in 1990, Michael Hammer, a former professor of Computer Science at MIT published an article in the Harvard Business Review where he claimed, “Most of the work being done does not add any value for the customers and hence this work should be removed not accelerated through automation.” Companies must, therefore, reconsider their processes