Summarizing my experience before, during, and after my studies at Technical University of Denmark. A journey towards globalization, cross-cultural exposure, and interdisciplinary aspects of decision making; all of it in this blog post published at the website of Technical University of Denmark.
Storytelling has evolved into a much needed soft skill. Even though I am using this skill for both personal and professional level from some time, there is always a scope for improvement. Business Storytelling Festival was the perfect opportunity to learn from others and from their mistakes to improve my style of storytelling.
Serve your poems hot, cold, continental, oriental, desi, gourmet or simply street. How? Well, you do not have to cook anything just put your senses and thoughts into it and you can feel it, just like I felt during the latest Let Poetry Be Meetup.
Networking, every one talks about creating it, but rarely anyone talks about how to use it regularly. Well, as part of my ‘Zero Cost MBA’ project, I did develop some interesting ways to keep engaged with the large network. I am sharing one such example with you.
Sharing my MOOC journey and guiding others at MOOC Lab Q&A session.
How you can develop intercultural competence through MOOCs? Read my experiences in this blog post.
Based on my experiences as part of my project ‘Zero Cost MBA’, I present an alternative angle to understanding strategic fundamentals, maximizing your learning from online courses and practicing your […]
How MOOC can be helpful in integration of immigrants? Read it in this interview of Ramon Talavera Franco taken by as part of my effort of bringing enthusiastic MOOC learners all across the world.
In past 10 years, I have met many diversified set of people(noble laureates, country ministers, normal people, parliament members, executives, social workers, language partners etc) from around the world. Many of these meetings did not involve in person communication, yet they become memorable for unexplained reasons. One such meetings with Coursera, happened under the cover of rain and darkness. Read more to know, why it became one of the memorable meetings.
As I mentioned in the introductory post to this series ‘Moving from Chemical Engineering Concepts to Management Fundamentals’, my goal is to look in greater depth at chemical engineering concepts and their parallels in managerial fundamentals. This time, we look at the relationship between chemical engineering’s hypothesis development and the business world’s equivalent: strategic planning.