Today, it is a normal practice in industry to rotate their executives to various disciplines so as to spot the talent for further grooming. Through specialisations, students will work towards developing a deeper understanding of various facets of management and hone their business, managerial, and leadership skills. MBA(Exe) offers Major and Minor specialisation as listed below.
- Human Resource
- Operations & Supply Chain
- Analytics & Information Technology
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship
A focused course structure of MBA Executive in Marketing, equips those interested in this field with the skill set needed to understand, interpret and apply marketing concepts in live corporate scenarios. Executives can advance their knowledge and expertise in areas such as product promotion, brand management, and marketing channels. They have the potential to increase their lifetime earnings, and qualify for positions of greater power and responsibility.
MBA Executive in HRM provides students with the skills required for successful human capital management. It familiarises them with current corporate practices in the line. The course focuses on interpersonal and people management skills, to enable students to transcend the scope of Human Resource Management and become Strategic Business Partners.
This specialisation is designed to provide students with a strong base in applied financial management. It helps them in sound financial decision-making, providing a deep understanding of the financial aspects of the economy and the corporate world. The quantitative and analytic skills of the students are enhanced in the process. The Executive MBA in Finance is a popular choice for professionals with established careers in finance or accounting. This degree helps students develop advanced management, leadership, and financial analysis skills that they can use to guide a company's fiscal operations and policies.
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Operations and Supply Chain Management deals with understanding and integrating business processes within and between organisations. Logistics and Distribution networks have become huge differentiating factors for an organisation as it competes in the market. The course structure in this specialization ensures that technological knowhow in these lines is integrated with current industrial practices to equip students to deliver beyond standard service levels for the businesses to grow further.
Analytics & Information Technology
As the world becomes smarter and smarter, data becomes the key to competitive advantage, meaning a company’s ability to compete will increasingly be driven by how well it can leverage data, apply analytics and implement new technologies. MBA with specialization in Analytics & Information Technology aims at developing Management professionals for IT Businesses and its specialized streams. The program builds Management skills and reinforces IT skills to create Leaders & Entrepreneurs in the IT domain. This program will also enable students to gain in depth knowledge in the niche areas such ML, IoT, Data Mining, Mobile Analytics, Social Media Analytics, IT analysis, Security Management, etc
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Industry is increasingly expecting its employees to have an entrepreneurial mindset. In addition, there is also an increase in the number of management graduates eventually taking the entrepreneurial plunge. It is becoming increasingly clear that managers who can conceive and execute innovative projects that add to the organisations' top and bottom lines will only be put in the leadership pipeline. MBA with specialization in Innovation & Entrepreneurship will equip students to apply design methodologies and innovation tools in a live, corporate project, working closely with a client company with a real problem to solve. Students learn how to employ a business-design framework that includes identifying new business opportunities based on market needs, designing and testing breakthrough concepts, developing a viable business strategy and multi-functional operating model.