Executive Education For Career Growth

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Executive education is meant for those who are ready for a change in their career trajectory and who will use the opportunity to gain and use new knowledge differently to meet personal and organizational goals. “If you already have a degree with just 2-3 years of experience, it is better to wait for a few more years to have enough middle management level experience,” advises Dr. Uday Salunkhe, Group Director, Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Research and Development (WeSchool). You can then go for a highly specialized course that is in sync with your aspirations and compliments your competencies. Make sure that you select an institute which provides face-to-face access, mentoring, projects, etc. so that you can gain tangible learning.

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Executive Education For Career Growth

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http://www.udaysalunkhe.com Around the world, as the capital flows to India and China, people are moving to new environments and cultures to take up challenging assignments in existing and emerging sectors. As the socio-economic scenario becomes more and more challenging, companies are realizing that there is a stronger need to educate their senior managers. As an executive moves up the organizational hierarchy, he develops specific knowledge gaps that need to be addressed in order for his career graph to keep moving in the right direction. Executive MBA/PGDM programmes fill this gap.

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http://www.udaysalunkhewelingkar.com Executive education is meant for those who are ready for a change in their career trajectory and who will use the opportunity to gain and use new knowledge differently to meet personal and organizational goals. “If you already have a degree with just 2-3 years of experience, it is better to wait for a few more years to have enough middle management level experience,” advises

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http://www.udaysalunkhe.net Dr. Uday Salunkhe , Group Director, Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Research and Development ( WeSchool ). You can then go for a highly specialized course that is in sync with your aspirations and compliments your competencies. Make sure that you select an institute which provides face-to-face access, mentoring, projects, etc. so that you can gain tangible learning.

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http://www.udaysalunkhewelingkar.net Executive education and regular MBA are very different in their approach, content and results. Executive education focuses on leadership perspectives and challenges. As Dr. Uday Salunkhe points out, “While MBA is a more general programme , executive education is geared towards equipping managers transform into business leaders .”

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http://www.udaysalunkhe.in However, it is interesting to note that the nomenclature of the executive course (MBA/PGDM) is of little interest to an employer. What matters more is the reputation of the B-School and the standards of learning set by it. Due to the quality education offered by WeSchool , many corporates encourage their managers to take up its Executive PGDM course.

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http://www.udaysalunkhewelingkar.co.in At WeSchool , there is a unique concept of ‘Design Thinking’ introduced in each PGDM programme that sets Welingkarites on the path of creativity and innovation. The Executive PGDM course offered at WeSchool is an AICTE approved, full-time course spanning over eight trimesters which are followed by three months of field work. The intensive curriculum is compressed in a short duration and allows specializations in Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, IT, and General Management.

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For executives and managers coming from diverse backgrounds, the school offers a pre-term orientation program of three modules (Quantitative Methods, Business statistics, and Accounting methods) for an easy transition to an academic environment. “The Executive PGDM at WeSchool aims at preparing a genre of T-shaped professionals - persons with domain expertise coupled with an appreciation for the broader perspective of the organizational goals along with leadership qualities,” informs Dr. Uday Salunkhe . http://www.udaysalunkhewelingkar.in

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