SP Jain in the News

Does Technostress Impede or Advance Employee Innovation? Associate Professor Shalini Chandra Writes

In today’s rapidly-changing world, employees need to constantly adapt to new technological applications, functionalities, workflows and skills, which can result in technostress. Do new information and communication technologies enhance or inhibit employee motivation? Do technostress creators influence employee outcomes differently? Dr Shalini Chandra, Associate Professor of Information Technology, SP Jain School of Global Management, delves deeper into the concept of technostress in an article for the online edition of the APAC CIO Outlook magazine.

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Vikram Pandya discusses the role of ‘Innovation Centers’ and future of learning

In today’s dynamic world, traditional learning methods are no longer relevant. Emerging technologies like Blockchain, AI/ML, Big Data, Cloud computing, IoT, Quantum computing and AR/VR are rapidly reshaping the business models. Given the scenario, the leaders of tomorrow will require different and constantly evolving skillset to operate in this dynamic environment. Top business schools around the world have identified this shift and have started ‘Innovation Centers’ to address these changing needs.

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Dr Silvia Vianello, Director – Innovation, shares 6 ways to keep your audience riveted on stage

The first 60 seconds of a speech are the most important. Be it in a meeting, an event or a conference, the audience makes important decisions about you in the first 60 seconds. How can you ensure that you make an ever-lasting impression on your audience whenever you’re on stage?

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Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar interviewed by btcn.tv for their show ‘Coffee & Conversation’

Dr Karippur Nanda Kumar, Professor & Area Head (IT), SP Jain School of Global Management, was interviewed by btcn.tv for their show ‘Coffee & Conversation’ in an exclusive two-part series.

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Milestone for SP Jain: Innovation patent on “A System for Leadership Skills Measurement”

We are thrilled to share that Dr Nicolas Hamelin, Associate Professor of Marketing and Director – Neuroscience Lab, SP Jain; Mihir Naik, Research Assistant – Neuroscience Lab and Doctor of Business Administration student (2018), SP Jain; and Sarah Morgan, CEO, The Alternative Board have been awarded an innovation patent on “A System for Leadership Skills Measurement” by The Commissioner of Patents, Patent Office of the Commonwealth of Australia.

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Where Quality Matters – Dr Arindam Banerjee writes in Khaleej Times

What role does technology enhancement play in SP Jain School of Global Management’s growth as a global business school? How does SP Jain prepare its students for tomorrow’s disruptive world? Dr Arindam Banerjee, Associate Professor and Deputy Director - Global MBA & Master of Global Business, SP Jain, shares his take in an article titled “Where quality matters” in Khaleej Times, a leading news publication in the UAE.

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AI and Robotics will drive Education 2.0 – Dr Silvia Vianello writes in Khaleej Times

How will the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) into business affect different populations? How can countries become more powerful and build a workforce with global demand? Dr Silvia Vianello, Director – Innovation and Associate Professor, SP Jain, shares her opinion in Khaleej Times, a leading news publication in the UAE.

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Re-engineering the HR space: Dr Debashis Guha shares insights in The Week – Smart Life

In India, providing learning opportunities for employees to keep them relevant in the constantly changing jobs landscape has been one of the major challenges faced by the human resources (HR) industry. In an article titled ‘Re-engineering the HR space’, Dr Debashis Guha, Director – Machine Learning, SP Jain School of Global Management, shares how the School has recognised this gap and is trying to bridge it.

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Family businesses in India need a new direction: Dr Parimal Merchant writes in Forbes India

Dr Parimal Merchant, Director – Global Family Managed Business, SP Jain School of Global Management has authored an article titled ‘Family businesses in India need a new direction’ in Forbes India, a leading media platform for the latest business and financial news and analysis.

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