“Erudition” is a highly acclaimed business convention organized each year by the students of MIB-MHROD, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi.
“The future belongs to people who see possibilities before they become obvious.”
It’s a matter of enormous gratification for the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, and the University of Delhi to organize its Annual Convention 2015 on the theme ‘Ignite the vision forward’ by MBA (IB) and MBA (HRD) program.
The present era is an era of challenges. To board on an expedition of success, one should be equipped with innovative strategies to meet challenges to mapping for excellence, whether in International Business or Human Resource Development.
A strong vision for a business can create the energy and drive needed to push and pull teams and organizations forward. A strong and effectively communicated vision will motivate others to achieve business goals and aspirations.
It was a 2 Day Event Held at @NDMC Cannaught Palace.
Where various panel discussions took place along with the open house Q&A Session.
Theme for Erudition
“The future belongs to people who see possibilities before they become obvious” Ted Levitt’s words today echo more.
Innovation becomes an organization’s most important weapon when the world changes at breakneck speed. We are witnessing trends, like the rising of big data, transforming marketing and HR practices globally. This is the fastest-changing communications and technology landscape we’ve ever been in, giving rise to the dire need for innovation at every level of the organization.
Amongst this global change, India finds itself in the middle of a new revolution. On the one hand, we have a booming start-up industry that is grabbing the attention of the whole world; and, on the other hand, we are trying to make up for the ‘missing middle,’ the manufacturing bus we missed, by our new ‘Make in India’ campaign.
We find ourselves at a point when it is imperative to embrace these new ideas and act upon them to take us forward. It’s time to transform this new spark into a vision for the future.
For further details –http://erudition.in/Erudition_15(1)/