Published On : 09thOct, 2019
Teamwork, problem-solving, or an analytical mind – what are the most important attributes an MBA graduate should possess?
It takes more than will and commitment to survive in an MBA program.
If you’re a graduate entering the world of work, you have to be prepared to meet an extensive range of criteria for whatever industry you choose to work in, from the right university qualification to sufficient work experience in a relevant field. You must also be able to show you have soft skills and a number of non industry-specific skills, which will ensure you, can keep pace with the challenges of our changing economy.
Here’s a closer look at the 7 essential skills for every MBA graduate and how you can get them.
1. Basic business knowledge
If you’ve always dreamed of being an entrepreneurial expert or running your own business, it’s essential to learn the basics first. Opening a business takes a large amount of grit and dedication, and it also requires a business owner who knows the ins and outs of being an entrepreneur. You really need business knowledge to succeed.
2. Communication skills
Recruiters encourage MBA students and grads to take advantage of public speaking opportunities. Practice communicating in this way encourages a clear exhibition of thoughts and ideas and leads to more successful job presentations and other workplace communication. Of course, effective communication skills are required of all good business leaders, but students also need to have a vision. Knowing when to take risks, as well as how to inspire and motivate those around them are other skills that go hand in hand with effective communication in the professional world.
3. Ability to utilize information
The commercial world is constantly evolving and it can sometimes be a challenge to keep up with the pace. Therefore, it’s not uncommon to feel that there are areas of professional expertise you could improve on. An MBA may be the key to sharpening your business skills and could enable you to achieve a new sense of professional fulfillment. An MBA is not just a package product for ‘filling in gaps’ in knowledge and competencies. It is a vital step in the transformative experience of lifelong learning.
4. Leadership building
Considered one of the more important aspects of an MBA program, the subject of leadership training is a world unto itself. There are basically two aspects of influence in leadership – one is the formal side and the other is the informal side. At ADYPU, students exercise the leadership skills they will practice in business and beyond, and leave with lessons in leadership that are practical, priceless and most importantly, real.
5. Social responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become an important part of MBA programs worldwide, and this could change the business world in the future. While MBA students expect to learn about finance, operations, marketing and strategy, an insight into the latest CSR thinking and ethics is also expected. There is often no right or wrong answer. A company’s success is measured by its bottom line, but how do you measure “acting responsibly?”
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is a success- Henry Ford”
It has been observed that the outcome comes out to be far better when graduates work in a team rather than individually as every individual can contribute in his best possible way. In organizations too, individuals having a similar interest and specializations come together on a common platform and form a team.
MBA careers involve a number of industries and positions within those industries, but each of these roles has similarities that all MBA students are required to possess, including management, organization, and problem-solving skills. Although each of these elements has its uses within business fields, problem-solving has quickly become one asset that employees and employers have come to assess as absolutely crucial.
The ADYPU MBA
The MBA from ADYPU is chosen by more professionals than any other MBA degree offered in the country. It has been specifically designed for dynamic and aspiring leaders to busy working professionals, and is delivered with a strong mix of practical and theoretical approach. The MBA offers genuine flexibility, industry-relevant course content and the practical knowledge and skills you need to achieve your career goals.
Enquire with ADYPU to learn more today!