VJIM Hyderabad is slowly becoming one of the favorite placements’ hubs for recruiters

Situated in a strategic location of Hyderabad, industry interfaces and corporate visits are nothing new to VignanaJyothi Institute of Management (VJIM), Hyderabad’s students. The B-school’s management curriculum over the years have stood out to be one of the best PGDM curriculums in India and has received awards and recognitions for being so. What makes the PGDM at VJIM even more special is its placements’ track record.

2016 had seen more than 70+ companies pick 139 students from a class of 169 where few opted out to start-up on their own. The highest CTC went to INR 9.5 lacs and the average was INR 6 lacs. Class of 2017 saw some even more interesting companies with equally interesting profiles recruiting students.From FMCG to Banking to E-commerce and digital media marketing firms, VJIM’s placement is seeing students getting placed across sectors and domains.

So far, the PGDM class of 2017 has names like Marico, ITC, Godrej, Nestle, TIME Education, Conduira, ICICI, Fitch Rating, AutoRabit, Schindler, cherry-picking graduates. The PGDM Class of 2017 gathered companies’ attraction because of the rigorous Management education they were exposed to. From going through an updated curriculum to being vetted b industry experts, from Socrates’ dialogue mode of learning to Business Simulation and POGIL, this top Management education school of Hyderabad kept no stone unturned to ensure nothing but the best for its ambitious Class.

NiharikaBakshi of PGDM Class 2017 who recently got placed with Tech Mahindraopines- “I would say the preparation for placements began the day I joined the B School. All I did was grab the opportunities I was offered and learned from them.”Needless to say, the success stories of 1500+ VJIM alums and the students over the years are testimony enough to say- VJIM, Hyderabad has been doing everything required to ensure students derive the optimum value from their PGDM. It is not just about their jobs, but this leading PGDM Colleges in Hyderabad believes in making Careers for their students.

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5 Tips to lead Cross Border Teams

“Don’t Aspire to be best on the Team, Aspire to be best for the team.”

In the current global economy, whether you have done diploma in financial management or in human resource management, there are bright chances you are dependent on remote teams & remote communication for getting your work done. Now is an exciting time for cross-border work & if you are a post graduate with no idea how to handle a remote team, then you are doomed for sure.

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As a provider of one of the best Post graduate diploma courses in India, here are 5 tips that will help our future managers to manage a cross border team more efficiently and productively :

Tip 1 : Understanding Cultural Differences

A team consists of people from different cultural background. Handling such a team remotely & that too when you are in a different country becomes a much difficult task. In such case, the foremost step should be keenly observe the cultural differences in the team members by means of Video Calls individually as well as collectively. The next step should be to make each other understanding towards other people & culture & a readiness to adapt to it.

Tip 2 : Making the transformation as Painless as possible

In such multi cultural scenarios, it is almost impossible to achieve 100% adaptability. Hence, there must arise the characteristics or work practices that needs to be changed. Such change cannot be ensured overnight & hence the transition should be as smooth as possible making sure everyone is satisfied & comfortable with it.

Tip 3 : Local Ownership

You are far away from your team & hence it is very difficult for you to take responsibility for every act performed by your team. However, you would be solely responsible if anything goes wrong. In such scenarios, it is always best to identify local expertise in your team & then dispersing off the roles & responsibilities at the local level. This would ensure feeling of oneness & ownership & hence more productivity.

Tip 4 : Multiple Communication Channels

No communication then a face to face discussion or a brainstorming round. However, when you are handling your team remotely, it becomes rather impossible to do that. In such case, the team should have multiple communication channels to reach you anytime. Daily meetings should be there. “Minutes of Meetings” should be a must practice in order to eliminate even a tiniest chance of miscommunication. A manager should be available through calls, mail as well as visual communication whenever his team feel stuck up.

Tip 5 : Creating a Positive Outlook

This can be done by creating an environment where every team member can represent his/her own opinion even though it clashes with that of yours. This would create a sense of positivity that their vice is being heard & just because their manager is far off, he doesn’t understand the ground difficulties.