Category Archive: Corporate Communication

May
30

Most Read Articles of FBR – Bringing you the best of both worlds: Academia and Practice

To be an effective manager, besides being a motivator and a leader, you also need to have a deeper understanding of business and management. While walking in the path of management, some follow the footsteps of their role models, while some make their own definitions with new ideologies. Whichever style you follow, keeping yourself updated …

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May
30

Genesis and Journey Of FBR – The New Age Management Journal

The pursuit of knowledge and management excellence is a central driver for FIIB. Committed to this reason, FIIB Business Review – FIIB’s new age international management journal was established in 2011. Providing quality research, perspective, cases and review, FBR offers a unique publication basket. With an interdisciplinary approach to management, authors from all around the …

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May
28

Step Ahead of Scrolling: 3 Ways to Create Better Career Opportunities Using Social Media

The whole world seems unfamiliar to us when we haven’t accessed our beloved social media accounts for a day. We are so consumed with scrolling down different social media platforms all day long that it now has become an integral part of our daily routine. If not wrong, we invest around 5-6 hours of the …

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May
27

10 Excel Functions Every MBA Student should know

How many of you think about Excel when someone asks you to make a quick list? Almost everyone, right? Be it a two-column simple list or detailed database of organization, we like to create a spreadsheet for tasks that requires a table format. Divided as columns and rows, I think excel is the very first …

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May
24

5 Effective Ways To Master The Art Of Public Speaking

Do you try to avoid eye contact with people who are up on the stage who are looking out for more to join them? Do you feel nervous when someone invites you to come on the stage and share your story? If you can connect your fears of being on stage with the above two …

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May
22

8 Study-Life Balance Tips For MBA Students

Balancing is pure art; it is very important to achieve a comfortable balance between things at every phase of life. While it is true that balancing helps us to stay away from distractions and frustrations, it is also valid that it leads us to live a happier and healthier life. According to experts, the world’s …

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May
07

6 Best Online Courses on Management Skills For MBA Students

While it is common to see aspiring graduates quest for the best-rated MBA college in hopes to brighten their career. But, not utilising the same time to sharpen their current skills and enhance the possibilities of being a better leader-manager is where most of the graduates go wrong. Most of the students are certain about …

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May
06

Most Fascinating and Quirky Convocation Traditions (Explained)!

The most exciting phase of your MBA journey has also passed and you’re finally graduated! We can imagine how proud your parents were feeling at that day, seeing you with a degree in hand and “Yes, I did it” expression on your face. April 27th, 2019 indeed a date that 23rd Convocation batch remember lifetime! …

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Apr
29

The Joy of Rediscovering Yourself – Study Abroad & Overseas Programs

The Joy of Rediscovering Yourself – Study Abroad & Overseas Programs For many people, travel is an escape from everyday life and a means to rediscover themselves. There’s a way to weave learning with the magic of travel – Study Abroad Programs. Studying abroad is gifting oneself an unmatched experience that will redefine them in …

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Apr
26

Happy Equals Productive – 3Rs Why People@FIIB Go To Work With Smiles

We spend one-thirds of our life at work therefore happiness at work is an extremely important variable for productivity, efficiency, and overall quality of life. Moreover, it is proven that unhappiness restricts the creativity of employees as well. Unfortunately, most of the organizations don’t value workplace happiness at first place, and maybe that’s the reason …

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