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EMPLOYERS EXPECTATIONS AND MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

EMPLOYER EXPECTATIO N

STUDENTS ROLE

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MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

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CONCLUSION

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INDEX

EMPLOYER EXPECTATION

WHAT IS RECRUITMENT?
Recruitment refers to the process of sourcing, screening, and selecting qualified people for a job at an organization or firm

3 key words :
a.

Sourcing: Advertising and recruiting research Screening : Qualification displayed by employee through skills, educational background, past experience etc is called screening Selection:

b.

c.

RECRUITMENT LEVEL
NO FACTORS 1 LOWER LEVEL

HIGHER LEVEL

High level Low levels of Positions managers professionals Juniors Executives To apply your skills Primary & knowledge in For delivering results & Focus performing tasks & outcomes activities Education Accomplishments Skills Achievements Knowledge Measured Outcomes Tasks Results

FIRST BALL STRATEGY


Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level

SOME EXAMPLES
1.

Result Needed: Grow profit as a percentage of revenue over a 3-5 year period regardless of revenue and economic cycles

Question: Please describe a comparable accomplishment where you were the President of a business over a 3-5 year period and achieved an improved profit percentage each year

2.

Result Needed: Increase sales by 15% year over year for the next 3-5 years

Question: Can you describe a comparable accomplishment of growing sales by at least 15% year over year when youve led the sales function/team over a 35 year period

2 MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS


1.

Tell me about yourself : Mostly the 1st question in any interview Ice breaker question Meaningless

2.

Skills and Experience dont matter to recruiter: True title in most cases Qualifications matters more They ensure eligibility not selection

EMPLOYERS EXPECTATION
FIRST LOOK EXPECTAION

BASIC EXPECTAI ON

GENERAL EXPECTATIO N

FIRST LOOK EXPECTATION


APPEARANCE

ASSERTIVE

AFFABLE

ARTICULATE

BASIC EXPECTATION
PRESENTATION

PREPARATION

PRACTICE

GENERAL EXPECTATION
STRONG WORK ETHICS

POSITIVE ATTITUDE

HIGH SELF CONFIDENCE

LOYAL

WHY JOB DISSATISFACTION OCCUR?

MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

WHY MANAGEMENT EDUCATION?


Increase the understanding of the factors which influence the conduct of organizations Provide students with the tools and techniques that they may use to influence organizational life

MANAGEMENT IS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER COURSES, WHY?


Engineering focus on a certain section of industry while management focuses on entire industry Other courses are mainly theoretical in nature while management is both : concepts as well as application

WHO SHOULD TEACH?


People who know about business techniques Ability to teach and communicate effectively Should be application oriented rather grades focusing Should have focus not only on domestic markets but also on global or international markets Helps in incorporating group participation Practicing managers can give better training

CHALLENGES IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION


Death of good teachers Stress on skill building Curriculum Growth

STUDENT ROLE

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BUSINESS SCHOOL VISION REMARKS

IIM, The program nurtures world-class managers Management skill AHMEDABAD by exposing them to real life unstructured as strength situations along with analytical tools and business philosophies Melbourne To equip professionals with fundamental business knowledge and analytical skills required for management roles Build professionalism

AIM, Philippines

To provide rigorous training, conceptual Skill Variety foundations, up-to-date knowledge, development analytical tools and people management and leadership skills.

SKIPS Leveraging Managerial Leadership

SKILLS REQUIRED BY STUDENT

PROCESS : * Problem definition * Problem Solving skills * Analytical skills * Logical skills * Planning * Designing
SKILLS REQUIRED BY STUDENT

COMMUNICATION: * Active Listening * Speed Reading * Use of Body Language * Presentation * Communication Styles * Coaching, Mentoring * Quick typing

T PROCES Y STUDEN DB S REQUIRE SKILLS

BUSINESS: *Entrepreneurship * Profit & Loss * Budgeting & Costing * Business plans

PROCES COMMUNIC S ATION SKILLS REQUIRED BY STUDENT

INTERPERSONAL: * Leadership/ Follower-ship * Trust & Faith * Giving & Taking Feedback * Other person's Views * Self knowledge

MMUNIC INE CO BUS ATION SS T PROCES STUDEN Y S UIRED B Q KILLS RE S

TECHNICAL: * Technology Trends * Application * Standards * Tools & technique * Operating Machinery, * Computer literacy * Web literacy

BUSINE INTERPER SS SONAL PROCES COMMUNIC S ATION SKILLS REQUIRED BY STUDENT

THINKING: * Lateral thinking * Creative thinking

TECHNI INTERPER CAL E SONALIC BUSIN COMMUN SS S ATION PROCE T S D BY STUDEN E SKILLS REQUIR

ATTITUDE: * Enthusiasm * Professionalism * Friendly * Commitment * Responsive * Proactive

TECHNI THINKIN CAL G BUSINE INTERPER SS SONAL PROCES COMMUNIC S ATION SKILLS REQUIRED BY STUDENT

ORGANIZING: * Manage Time, Energy, Resources & Risk * Prioritize work * Sort Data/ Object * Identify & analyze alternatives and take Decisions

THINKIN ATTITUD G R E TECHNI INTERPE L SONALIC CAINE BUS COMMUN SS ATION T PROCES STUDEN Y S U IR E D B Q KILLS RE S

INDUSTRY AWARENESS: * Industry types * Industry Dynamics * Services * Products * Vision, Mission, Strategy, Goals

ATTITUD ORGANI E ZING TECHNI THINKIN CAL G BUSINE INTERPER SS SONAL PROCES COMMUNIC S ATION SKILLS REQUIRED BY STUDENT

TEAM WORK: * Importance of teams INDUST * Purpose RY ORGANI * Power ZING AWARE THINKIN ITUD * Plan TTESS AN G ER E NI * People INTERP TECH * Process SONALIC CAL E COMMUN * USIN B ATION Performanc SS S PROCE e D BY STUDENT S REQUIRE SKILLS

INDUSTR Y TEAM AWAREN WORK ATTITUD ORGANI ESS E ZING TECHNI THINKIN CAL G BUSINE INTERPER SS SONAL PROCES COMMUNIC S ATION SKILLS REQUIRED BY STUDENT

CONCLUSION

STUDENTS

MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

EMPLOYERS EXPECTATION

BIBLIOGRAPHY
http:// www.csun.edu http://www.resourceindia.com http://www.helium.com http://www.managementeducationinindia.com http://www.learnhub.com

SPECIAL THANKS Mr.PRAKASH SHARMA

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