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In the previous post, I talked about some of the ways to develop your strategic thinking and apply logical reasoning to what you read on a daily basis. I also talked about how you can create your own database of information on a business sector of your choice. By now, you have practiced examining the available information using the “5 W’s”. Although working these techniques into reading annual reports and newspapers can be a time consuming exercise, it will pay in the end once you start developing strategic plans on your own.
A native of Kota, in Rajasthan, India, Ankit Khandelwal has been using OCW for the past seven years. Upon his return to India, Khandelwal decided to pursue a degree in […]
You may have heard of the term strategic planning – “an organization’s process of defining its strategy…and making decisions on allocating its resources” (Wikipedia). If you are enthusiastic about business like me, this can become a core part of your day-to-day life. If you are aiming to study business strategy using online courses, with limited resources of time and money, then this post can be helpful to you.
Former student has set up his own personal experiment: An online course of study in complex business and managerial problems. His ambition? In 10-15 years he will be a world […]
How I got to know about MIT-OCW? I think it was in 2006, when one of my senior told me about MIT Open Course Wares. At that time, I was […]
For the past two years, this was Ankit’s full time job, taking 20+ courses from different universities, self-learning three foreign languages and extensively studying business and political updates around the […]
This published entry was part of the online competition ‘Just Jerusalem 2050’, organized by School of Planning and Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. We presented 9 point strategy covering social, […]