B-school leaders are learning a significant lesson: no one can prepare well for the future and not all lessons are learned in the classroom

The Covid-19 epidemic is accelerating the world’s incredible work environment changes that are becoming more integrated, digital and mechanical. With so many employees stuck at home, companies are turning to digital solutions – such as virtual assembly rooms and video conferencing – to secure their work processes and keep their workforce strong.

As organizations rediscover their strategies and activities in the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic, B-school leaders are learning a remarkable example: no one can prepare well enough for the future and not all lessons are learned in the classroom.

The Covid-19 epidemic is accelerating the world’s incredible work environment changes that are becoming more integrated, digital and mechanical. With so many employees stuck at home, companies are turning to digital solutions – such as virtual assembly rooms and video conferencing – to secure their work processes and keep their workforce strong.

Educational institutions today support results-oriented education and 70 per cent of the curriculum involves field education. Having the right skills for the future is paramount.

Professor Rishikesh T. Krishnan, Director, IIM Bangalore believes that the skills that a leader of “Land of Tomorrow” needs to have are as follows:

  1. Perfect decision-making skills
  2. Be aware of the psychological barriers that crawl, especially confirmation of bias
  3. Possessing weak signal decryption art
  4. After all, the importance of cooperation

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