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..
MOOCs are boon to people, who like to do things on their own. One such thing is designing your own MBA using the available online courses. Based on my ‘Zero Cost MBA’ experiences, I have written an article on The Hindustan Times providing list of essential courses.
Memorable moments, learning experiences and how I designed my own projects to test my knowledge as part of the Zero Cost MBA(Envisioning 21st century global manager). Listen to this in the interview given to Carolyn Mclyntyre, MOOC Lab founder.
Η πληροφορία ποτέ δεν ήταν πιο προσβάσιμη. Ο Ankit μας διηγείται τη δική του ιστορία για το πως έγινε απόφοιτος του management με μηδαμινό κόστος.
Mr. Ankit Khandelwal’s unique style of designing his own MBA program has appeared in many national and international media. Recently UNESCO has selected his work as one of the 8 most innovative educational project around the world, he was the only person to be included from Asia.
‘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
I was fortunate to be included in the list of speakers at X international seminar organized by UNESCO Chair in Education and Technology for Social Change, Universitat Oberta de Catalyuna. Talking about my ‘Envisioning 21st century global manager’ was a good experience. Excerpts from my presentation and some answers.
How I did this? What were some of the challenges as I faced? And what was the reason for setting up my own educational program rather than going for conventional education? Go through my short-story explaining my work in summarized manner.
I imagined becoming a 21st century global manager – a quick learner with an interdisciplinary approach to problem-solving, with the ability to work outside his area of expertise when necessary and work anywhere in the world, make decisions speedily and communicate with any kind of person. How could I acquire these skills? Read in this commentary!
LinkedIn has emerged as a best place for professionals to engage in meaningful discussions, engage in corporate discussions or simply expanding their network. But there are other ways too, to use LinkedIn to develop your skill-sets, what are they? Read my series on using LinkedIn, this is part 1