Summer couldn’t come soon enough for me. I spent the whole of march stocking up ammunition for the coming war – fast tracking my MS excel lessons, reading journals & papers related to Supply Chain Management, making a planner and task scheduler, stocking up on formal office attire and tuning my body clock for the
An international offer during summer placements is a dream for many MBA students. I still vividly remember the day when I was pleasantly surprised to receive an offer for internship at Alshaya. I was anxious about visiting a completely new country within few weeks, when I received a mail from HR by the end of
It is a well-known fact that pure-lecture format connects very minimally with student learning, since the retention of what students learn through listening is touted to be around 10% or less. Hence, it is essential to weave a multi-event pedagogy to increase the interest to learn and hence, the retention of what was learned.
Building a Sustainable Supply Chain: The Transition from Reactive to Proactive: IIFT Annual Business Summit
The 2014 Supply Chain and Operations Conclave, Trade Winds at IIFT aims to understand the growing need of the industry to move towards a leaner, greener and sustainable supply chains. This year the main theme of the conclave is Building a Sustainable Supply Chain: The Transition from Reactive to Proactive. Most companies now recognize that
Mathan Anto Marshine P, Summer Intern at Saudi National Commercial bank, Bahrain – PMO of Implementation project with top consultants and business heads to redesign the back and middle office operations, Shortlist of applications, business and IT strategy, audit and governance. I possess 5+ years of work experience in Oracle, India & TCS Global
Epitome of humility, no wonder people who meet him for the first time refuse to believe he is a multi-degree holder (M.Com, B.ed, LLB, Phd) and the man behind the phenomenal success of the present day Dabbawalah Association of Mumbai. The talk began on a cheerful note where he joked about how he has given
As Delhi reels in the heat, with a look towards the sky with the hope of monsoons, for its people, the summers are not yet over. But if you ask any second year B-school student in India, the summers are done and dusted with. So is the case with me, as I finished my internship
“5 point summer internship” 28/05/2014, 10:30 am, Amazon Development Centre, Bangalore. Three hours before my final presentation. I had 7 copies of my final report with me and was staring at my desktop browsing through random e-commerce expert articles. In the past two months I had never felt this free minded. I was leaving for
A typical night during my summer internship, yeah right not day, would consist of scrambling through heaps of data and excel files to find sourcing opportunity for one of the world’s biggest and most reputed Foods company based out of USA. I never experienced working in a start-up before, but now I can very well
Summer Internship saga – at DSM, INDIA (GURGAON) DOMAIN-Operations & Supply Chain “THE START” Donning on my new pair of formals and Louis Vuitton heels, I headed to my office in Gurgaon where I was supposed to start my internship with DSM, INDIA. It was one of the hottest days Gurgaon had ever seen.