In today's context of unpredictable business scenarios, disruptive innovations and highly empowered customers, the capabilities required to be a successful manager has undergone a huge change. The Management Schools have to move to improve the thinking, reasoning and creative problem solving skills of the students. The managers of tomorrow are to be equipped with the competencies that enhances their managerial skills, attitudes and a sense of identity. It is not about just "knowing" but about "doing and being". Thus a rebalancing of the scales is needed. How can people look at a problem and see it differently. Then only one breaks the log jam.
The Management Education and Research Centre works towards deploying the tools and pedagogical approaches to improve student's reasoning and argument building skills and to develop critical thinking. The Centre will work towards understanding and developing the best practices of teaching and learning. With ever shortening of attention span of millennials, what could be the approaches to make them interested, motivated and remain engaged in both inside and outside of classes. How can experiential learning methods are to be designed for internalizing the right lessons. What kind of pedagogical techniques will make action learning, field experiences into reflective exercises? How can both rigour and relevance be balanced?
The Objectives of the Centre of Teaching and Learning
The Activities of the Centre
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Co-ordinator: Dr. Sanjay Patro, Professor of Marketing