We need to think about sustainability, and we must also rethink the marketing strategy. And when we talk of developing new products or conceptualizing new ideas, right from initiation to expansion to creating new solutions, we need to ask some fundamental questions. The questions around what are the problems that we are going to solve and where sustainability is in the entire framework.
If higher education has to transform itself to meet the new challenges of the post-pandemic era, then skill development, TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training), and Vocationalization are extremely important to be integrated into the higher education system.
When a company pursues the path of sustainability, it benefits its internal and external stakeholders and creates a win-win for everyone involved, changing lives for many generations. Learn it from the case study of an India-based company: Zomato The crisis demands us to look at things differently. We need to change the mindset, moving from 1.0 to 2.0 in sustainability, as management needs a new culture. It’s more than just changing tools and methods; it is a mindset and the culture and, in this sense, a big effort.
Value is a two-way street, for and by the firm, by or for the environment, having different perceptions. By understanding all this, firms can create more value and destroy less value. Having a purpose, culture and strategy can make sustainability a value creator.
What are lessons we can learn from the COVID-19 crisis? Is there really going to be a new normal in this world? What can the new normal look like? Will money and power remain the major motivating forces in the post-COVID-19 world? Will democracy remain an ideal mode of governance?
Gautam Mahajan suggests that a ride of management and our work has to change. Mahajan talks about the possibility of a new normal and how it will be like. He emphasizes why it’s necessary for office workers to concentrate in an office for better communication, efficiency or ability to manage and ensure people are working on time at the ship. He highlights that the internet transactions will increase, because people will choose lesser physical contact.
How to make the field of education accessible and sustainable? What should be the key priorities to focus on during the pandemic to foster the continuation of education? How should teachers be encouraged for innovation in the field of education? What should be the professional development approach for teachers?
Vinnie Jauhari talked about the significance of training teachers, especially for important programs such as Microsoft, because they are directly interacting with peers, therefore they need to be well-informed with modern technology and have up-to-date skills. Jauhari focused on how the pandemic has changed the face of education delivery. Moreover, it is the need of time, that despite challenges, teachers continue to work with passion in educating children, thus their efforts must be recognized. Apart from focusing on the teachers, she suggested opening more learning opportunities for the students and giving them credentials that will help them realize the importance of their skill.
â€¢ Can leaders create value without a mindset? â€¢ How to create functional values? â€¢ How can purpose lead our way to create values? â€¢ How to define the core values and why is it important to do so?
With his speech, Guatam Mahajan aims at showing the importance of creating values as it helps to set a purpose, in addition to implementing it not only in our personal lives, but in our institutions, in our society.
What is the role of design and innovation to promote a “prosumer” interaction? How it is possible to design user and human centered services? How to design for disruption? What is MIKO 2?
Professor Manoj Singh will drive us through the role of Design and Animation as agents of disruption and its importance to the economies and markets.
â€¢ How the new education policy of India is going to reinforce the dream for millions of students across the world? â€¢ Which opportunities the National Education of India 2020 provides for the global institution? â€¢ What is the India National Education Policy based on? â€¢ How to improve the quality of learning?
Uday Salunkhe explores the tradition, legacy and current landscape in Indian education, opportunities for global institutions, universities, professors, researchers, students and companies in India as a result of National Education Policy 2020 by Ministry of Education, Government of India.