Ferrari. The Beatles. Amitabh Bachchan. Pele. Donald Bradman.
What is the secret of their ageless appeal? Why are they always admired? What makes them forever favorites?
The answer is style.
Not only has each one of them personified an iconic style, but it has also backed it up with timeless performance.
Just like an MBA.
Numerous career options have come and gone, but like a true icon, MBA has never gone out of style.
Right from creating skilled business resources, fuelling the Second Industrial Revolution in the United States of America, to managing Public Sector Units in India, B-schools have played a significant role in transforming the global business landscape in the last 100 years.
Currently, MBAs lead Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Walmart — the most-valued companies in the world. 42.6% of the Fortune 500 companies are MBAs*. Closer to home, Naukri.com, Quicker, Delhivery, and Swiggy are just some of the successful start-up brainchild of MBAs.
As new decade dawn, there are a few questions that the young, impatient, digital citizens seem to be pondering on:
- Is MBA relevant in today’s world of ML and AI?
- What value can an MBA degree add to my start-up goal?
- What’s the role of an MBA in the social sector?
- Can an MBA help in women’s empowerment?
In response, I say, an MBA is much more than a degree. It is an enabler.
But don't go by my words alone. See what thought leaders from corporations, CEOs of start-ups, gurus of investment, and experts on machine learning have to say @ MBA SUMMIT 2020 on 9th Feb 2020 at Mavalankar Auditorium, Constitution Club of India, New Delhi.