How to become a global manager? After studying 40+ online courses, using resources from 250+ places, trying to self learn 3 foreign languages, studying cultures of different regions, more than 30+ self designed projects and inventing numerous other things, I might have the answer..
UNESCO endorsed, worldwide appreciated ‘Zero Cost MBA(Global Manager for 21st Century)’ project, translated into more than 100 major world languages.
Sharing my MOOC journey and guiding others at MOOC Lab Q&A session.
Zero Cost Management Graduate project is my self-designed International MBA project done using simple available resources at very minimal cost(or zero cost). It has been selected by UNESCO as one of the 8 most innovative educational projects around the world and I presented this in their seminar in December. This video entails the same.
‘Envisioning 21st century global manager’ is a zero cost management graduate programme drafted using open educational resources after careful analysis of future trends , how I did it? what challenges did I overcome? Read entire analysis in this article published by The Education Insider
Online learning allows you to learn a lot of knowledge and concepts, but if you do not put knowledge into practice, you will soon forget them. How to do it? Below, I will share my tried several methods with you.
In this article, I will talk about how to use MOOC and flexibility in school education provided for us. I will also put emphasize on some easily available resources and how they can be put into practice.
How to choose an MOOC? What can be the first steps in understanding the world of MOOC(massive open online courses)? Read my translated blog post in Chinese.
This article presents perception of employers towards skill development from MOOC. It contains interviews of the some of the people who got benefited from this new format of education as well as briefly described my ‘Envisioning 21st century global manager’ project.
Competition has always been helpful in assessing once performances in understanding complex nature of business strategy. Beat the Elite was one such competition, where people from different streams were allowed to make a team and participate to solve difficulties faced by corporations. I got opportunity to participate in this competition in 2011, along with 3 other wonderful team mates. How this competition helped me? Read in this article published by Copenhagen Business School student magazine.