The Multifaceted Approach to Management – FIIB’s 25th Batch Opening New Avenues

As an institute that rides the waves of changes of fast moving technology, there are certain challenges we face teaching in higher ed. Although the conventional management sutras remain the same, the way we apply them has drastically changed with the advent of the digital era. Not only that, the people who are steering the corporate world are much different to the ones who were doing it just 5 years ago. It seems yesterday that our first batch started with us and here we are already commencing our 25th batch. 

Our silver jubilee batch is unique in its own way, for many reasons – the diverse backgrounds they belong to, the data overwhelming era they’re living in, the job market they’ll enter, and the management learning they need. Catch a glance of the backgrounds of some managers of today who have kick-started their rides to management careers with us this year.

Hard Stats:

FIIB is committed to finding the right mix of students with versatile and intriguing backgrounds that is both diverse and inclusive.

FIIB’s gender diversity of the 25th batch inches towards parity, it’s a delight to have equal participation. This is an evidence to the fact that there are more women managers and the workplaces in current scenario are diverse and inclusive. This batch is a blend of different cultural backgrounds coming from 21 states from all parts of India. 

The fact that students with various backgrounds are choosing Management as their post graduation speaks for the fact business world today is multi-disciplined and the teaching has to evolve in a way to counter the interdisciplinary issues faced in the current corporate environment.

Beyond Academics:

FIIB gives the utmost importance to candidates’ potential for academic success as well as their attitude to learn so while selection, we consider their academic background for sure but in addition we also select the students who exhibit a rounded personality – who has interests beyond academics. The 25th batch of FIIB is a versatile mix of students who are quite talented. We tried to feature some of the most talented bunch here.

These are just a few gems among the fascinating fresher batch that started their term this month with us. It goes without saying that they are special in more than one way. Setting records year after year FIIB students are making noise in the corporate world and we’re sure this batch would not be any less. What are your thoughts about our young guns? Let us know.


The First Of All – Looking Back On FIIB’s First Batch Of MBA Graduates

It’s been a whirlwind of 25 years of teaching, learning, and growing at FIIB. It feels great to be on an exciting trajectory of continuous development. While we race forward, we are also looking back at our trailblazers – our first ever batch of PGDM students who are carrying the torch of FIIB worldwide.  An institute’s success is measured by the success of its alumni and the glorious career paths of our alumni are a living testimony of FIIB – a B-School that trains its students with not just the know-how and tools of the management but also teaches them the secrets to winning attitude.

You see, the story of FIIB is not just ours, it is a collection of hundreds of stories of people who passed through our halls.  A glimpse into those stories wasn’t just extremely insightful but also made us incredibly proud of the achievements of our people, especially our graduates – about one-third of which are serving in senior leadership positions across the globe. Cherry on the top, some of them are closely connected to us, coming back, and training their juniors to lead them to the paths they’ve chosen. 

Every passing batch is special to us, but it all started with the people in 1995. We have already told you the story of how we evolved. Now, this is the story of our first set of brilliant managers who set out with determination in minds and business expertise in hand. 

The first and foremost:

A set of 41 steadfast students with an unwavering will to change the corporate world in their own way set out in 1995. We’ve asked them where are they now, see it yourself. 

Mr. Sudeep Purkayastha

Senior Vice President & Head – Group Brand & Corporate Communications, Adani Group

Mr. Sudeep is a classic case of where hard work and persistence can take you in life. Early on, Mr. Sudeep caught up to the chase of climbing the corporate ladder of success. An active alumna of FIIB, Mr. Sudeep says, “every person who works with you teach you something, it’s up to you to learn as much as you can”

Mr. Yogendra Goel

Corporate Senior Vice President & Head of Sales, WNS Global Services
Yogendra Goel, another alumna of FIIB, scaling new heights through effective skills and knowledge he progressed high in his career crossing many milestones. Starting as an Assistant Manager at Essar Cellphones, Goel now holds a leadership portfolio as Vice President & Head of Sales, North America at WNS Global Services. 

Mr. Vikram Chauhan

Regional Business Development Manager, LG Electronics

Mr. Vikram ascended ranks in a global brand pretty quickly, thanks to his quick wit and customer oriented mindset. After his journey with FIIB, he started out as a research associate, made progression into sales and now is the Regional Business Development Manager working in Dubai. 

Mr. Tapan Bansal

Country Manager – India, Srilanka & Bangladesh, Mother Care

Mr. Tapan Bansal served at various responsible positions throughout his career and now is a country manager for India, Srilanka, and Bangladesh. Mr. Bansal believes his PURPOSEFUL nature helped him excel across various domains which ultimately facilitated his success in career.

Mr. Prasad Vanga

Angel Investor & Venture Partner, Anthill Ventures

Vanga Prasad, an ordinary student turned business personality, armed with an extensive experience of holding key positions at five major companies. Prasad established himself as an Angel Investor from the position of Project Leader due to his attitude, keen eye to detail, and well-defined career-goals.   

As we look back we also look forward. All these stories remind us of the long road we’ve come and the journey we have yet to cover. Reaching 25 is a reminder of all the good we are yet to do raising our challenges. It won’t be possible without YOU – our students, alumni, recruiters, and employees, thanks for taking us higher yet keeping us grounded. 


The Evolution of FIIB MBA – 25 years Legacy Of Creating Futuristic Leader-Managers

25 years from today – imagining the times without our smartphones or the easy access to the internet is a bit difficult, but if you’d try you’d remember it was the time when Indian economy was taking off, thanks to the liberalization, privatization, and globalization. All businesses which were jumping on the bandwagon of foreign trade were on the lookout for managers that could understand and steer international business. 

Present day – There’s not even one single part of our routine which doesn’t include data. Go on, try – from waking up to track your sleep quality and heart rate, to checking google maps for traffic before moving anywhere, and to reading reviews to choose a restaurant to dine in. All our decisions are hugely affected by data and analytics behind it whether you agree or not. 

Two stark opposite scenarios – There’s one unifying element for FIIB, that one thing that remained constant all through, the ever changing and evolving MBA that catered to the industry needs at every point of time. How did this journey happen? Read on.

The Origin:

With the aim of equipping students with the current knowledge and train them the ins and outs of International Business, FIIB has been established in 1995. Then, FIIB was one of the few institutions which offered long-term management concepts for aspiring managers who wanted to pursue careers in the booming International Business sector. With a focussed class size and professors whose one motto was to help their students build sustainable careers, FIIB soon grew into one of the most preferred and high ranked B-School in India. 

The Journey:

Even with the times changing, how does an organization keep itself relevant? The answer is evolution. Starting from International Business, FIIB grew with the mission to merge as the best B-School in International Business in India. In 2008, when India was rapidly developing in consumer goods sector and IT, FIIB saw the need to train the young managers in various specializations that reflected the industry needs. As the era of Data dawned, FIIB underwent a curriculum change that integrates Analytics as a core element in all specializations. The belief behind which is that teaching analytics in silos would not help the student in the longer run, rather it is important to expose the future managers to the nuances of using stats and analysing data points regardless of the domain they want to build their careers on. Not just the curriculum, with time FIIB has upgraded its teaching methods including various experiential opportunities, the institute’s unique B-Involved program is a platform to gamify extracurricular and cocurricular activities for Gen-Z studying today. The 12 week internship, variety of live projects, and conferences are all designed to enhance the employability of the student. Have a glimpse at how FIIB traversed that journey.

The Way Forward:

With its mission to advance the practice of management and produce leader-managers of business and social relevance, FIIB continuously strives to evolve the way management education is taught. Be it having regular conversations with the industry to mold the curriculum to solve the evolving challenges they face or integrating fun learning methodology. FIIB’s only focus is the long term success of its students. As dinosaurs evolved into birds to keep up with the dynamic environment around them, FIIB always is on its toes to stay market relevant higher ed provider. In the near future, FIIB plans to innovate and integrate groundbreaking tech managers around the globe use in their corporate routine. 


Best Business and Leadership Books Your Alumni Still Takes Lessons From

The great Warren Buffet, an American business magnate, investor, speaker and philanthropist, once said in an interview that he has filters in his mind which helps him to process the information very quickly. And when asked about his media routine, he simply said – I read and read and read.  In his words, reading around 500 pages a day was the key to success that helped him serving the position of chairman and CEO in Berkshire Hathaway. If there’s one lesson everyone should take from Warren Buffet’s life, it is “Make reading a necessity of your life, and use the gained information to build your professional hierarchy.”

Where there’s no doubt that reading is one of the most effective ways to gain a multi-perspective understanding of business and management principles, selecting the right reading material to pave the path of management success equally matters. Whether you’re a bookaholic who loves to read other-than curriculum books, or you’re someone who cannot even bare the course books nicely – Reading is one habit that you need to inherit as soon as you realise the wisdom it carries.

I personally believe that reading not only makes you wise but also indulge some other crucial skills into your individuality that make your professional journey a tale to remember lifelong. Whatever your future plan is – to launch a startup, or work in a renowned company, the books listed below are full of valuable lessons that your Alumni still reach out for to succeed in the business world.

1. “The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers” by Ben Horowitz

Experiential learning is something that cannot be replaced by any other thing. Similarly, taking mantras that are derived from real-life stories of successful people help you in a broader manner. This book provides an extremely practical and honest experience of running a company, managing people, and handling tough problems. It is a must-read for those students who want to start their own venture after learning the nitty-gritty of management.

2. “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie

Influencing people is a major art of networking and team building that being an MBA student you must have to conquer. Be its making people like you, or winning people to your way of thinking, or changing people without arousing resentment or giving offence – this book is your best guide to make people talk in your tone and work in one set direction. Every MBA student read this book, especially those who see themselves as future managers.  

3. “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill

With a tagline ‘Unleash The Secret To Success’, this book contains 14 chapters each focus on delivering a perfect message of making money smartly and running business precisely. Been put to a practical test by thousands of people in almost every walk of life, the book introduces readers with the power desire (an impulse of unforgettable thought) holds. By reading this book you can think deeply about all the chances life offers to you to unleash riches, but lost them, because you’re so impatient to seek what destiny prepared for you. In the introduction itself, ‘Three Feet From Gold’ and ‘A Fifty Cent Lesson In Persistence’ are the real-life situations that teach you the value of believing your thoughts and work passionately to turn your imagination into reality.

P.S. If any of you want to read this book to unleash the secret of your success, then feel free to visit Corporate Communication at basement and borrow it from us.

4. “Orbiting the Giant Hairball: A Corporate Fool’s Guide to Surviving with Grace” by Gordon MacKenzie

People who love to read a lot of business books refer to this as “cult classic” as the concepts used in this book come from creativity workshops that MacKenzie used to teach in corporate settings. In order to explain how to avoid mediocrity and foster creative genius in yourself and others, he used anecdotes from his 30-year career. If you find reading books boring because they don’t have many pictures, then this book is one best pick to read. You’ll find a lot of funny illustrations to take a break from the boring text. Undoubtedly, the book is a must-read for MBA students who want to take a leap from ingrained corporate patterns and desire to learn the key of originality and creativity.

You know where to go while roaming at FIIB to read books. We bet you learn some valuable lessons from these books which help you further in your professional journey.


Expert’s Guide- Improve Your English Language Skills And Climb on the Ladder of Success

English is a language that is often mistaken with status and intellect; wherever you go for an interview, fluency in english is a must. It is not even wrong in saying that English is a verbal mercedes that everyone must have on their tongue if dreaming of a successful career ahead. English is one of the languages that is easily accepted in social, cultural, and business settings. In India also people likes to communicate in english when it comes to professional sector, which itself shows its added edge in career success.

Whether you’re representing your group in class presentations or, sitting in an interview round, good command over English language will surely help you to stay in the limelight. After all, good communication skills are an asset that will uplift you in every walk of life. There are many students who, unfortunately, miss out on great opportunities because they’re lacking in good communication skills. To make sure you don’t miss out on opportunities at FIIB, we’ve picked up five domains that will help you improve your language skills constructively.

How to improve your vocabulary?

Where personality and confidence are considered as major aspects of professional individuality, delivering your message with the right set of words also impacts your networking skills and lay an effective impression on people. A good sense of vocabulary always helps you to write, speak, and communicate better in every sphere. It is crucial for you as an MBA student to learn the art of using right words at the right time. To indulge the practice of good vocabulary and enable your mind to choose the right words with greater precision, you must inherit these simple habits.

How to improve your Grammar?

As everything has roots, English has its root as grammar. And, using wrong grammar while speaking can lower your confidence in front of people. Whether you’re delivering a speech or, talking casually with your mates, the way you structure your sentences matters a lot. But, it is quite hard to learn all the tricks at night and pass on great sentences in the morning. So, how you can maintain a routine to improve your grammar usage? Check out these simple hacks!

How to improve your Spoken English?

Even if you’re very proficient with the language and its grammar rules, the tone you use to speak English set an impression on others. That’s why it is important to have confidence and right verbal skill set while communicating with others. Speaking without hesitation is as important as using the right set of words. Be it a conference, class project or, interview, communication skills are one of the major prerequisites to any kind of professional role you wish to pursue. If you always prefer to sit quietly in a group as you are afraid of doing the talking part, then here are a few tips to polish your spoken english.

How to improve your Language Usage?

It is good if you can speak fluently and construct sentences that are grammatically correct. But, it is even great if you understand the proper usage of words in a sentence. Where we spend our time focusing on fluency and confidence, choosing the right words as per the event is what we overlook, and regret later. As, every event requires different tone of speaking, the same also required correct word selection. Usage is mostly about individual words, and phrases, which you as an MBA student should seek timely.

How to improve your Reading?

Being one of the most conventional ways of improving English, Reading can be practiced easily on a daily basis. Reading is considered as a universal way to improve all other dimensions of English language like grammar, vocabulary, and language usage. Regular reading habits will strengthen your word power, improve your grammar, and help you to compare and differentiate between good and bad writing. Below are some tips to develop a reading habit for good.  

We genuinely hope these five pointers will help you to improve your English language skills. Please tell us in comments if we missed something!


Master These Study Tips Before Mastering Business Administration

Whether you’re sitting in the foundation course classes or, chilling with your friends at RACERS Cafe, scoring highest marks in your MBA is a common desire that you all have. As it is one common myth that students who have scored the highest, get placed at the earliest. But, mostly we forget that statements which, although seems true, are nevertheless misleading us in a bigger picture. But, the desire of scoring highest in your batch is quite considerable. And, to make it a reality, every one of you possibly planning to get started with the MBA curriculum in a corner of your mind.

But, how easy the path of balancing career success and family commitments to fulfil extra requirements of a rigorous business administration program seem to you. Scheduling tasks, planning routines, and showing ‘I’m perfectly fine with this two-sided stress’ might help you cope up with the first few months of MBA. But, we want you to complete the two-year long MBA race more as a tortoise than a rabbit. We want you to climb on the ladder of success by marching slowly and learning deeply. To make you understand and seek the real tricks of “time management for better study intakes”, we’ve outlined these pointers below that will help you survive the curriculum smartly.

1.Study Time Blocks: The trick of allotting study time and enjoying decided breaks

Creating time blocks for the study is one of the most effective time management skills that help students with effective study habits. As your semester begins, simply write down all the subjects you’ve and develop a planner with allotting time to study. On average, 50 minutes time blocks are more than enough for one subject. But, if you feel tired of studying some subjects for around 50 minutes, then make the blocks of 30 minutes. Keep space for at least 15-20 minutes break in each time block as these small breaks will help you get energized again.

Pro Tip: Schedule blocks of time when you are the most productive. Figure out whether you’re a morning person or a night owl and plan accordingly.

2. Forecasting & Following: The trick of effectively follow the short-term schedules

How many times you create a monthly study planner and follow it for three-four days. Almost every time, right? Well, this is where we all take the idea of creating a planner wrong. Instead of making monthly study planners, try creating a term calendar and weekly schedule. Where the term calendar helps you to remember all your important dates, activities and deadlines, your weekly schedule allows you to add new tasks and track weekly progress.

Pro Tip: Your term calendar must include assignments with their due dates, class tests, and other extracurricular activities & events, whereas your weekly schedule should be updated every Sunday.

3. Reinventing ‘Dead Time’: The trick of utilizing your free time wisely

If not wrong, 40% of our daily time is referred to as dead time as we see those small snippets of time insignificant. Dead time is something that we could use smartly but often ignore to do so. For example: During our time of commute, we can either read a book or listen to a podcast instead of music. These small activities can change our mindset of ‘feeling tired’ and turn it into ‘capable of doing things’ once reach the destination. Similarly, you can carry e-books and paper notes and study from them in between the empty space of time.

Pro Tip: If you are a daily scholar and invests more than half hour in travelling, then you’ve plenty of dead time to use wisely.

You can easily get numerous ways to effectively manage time & study at google. But if you genuinely follow these three tips in your MBA, you will be able to alleviate stress and claim success. Developing time management skills is a journey that goes hand-to-hand with your MBA journey. And, you as an MBA student needs to excel in both the journeys. Let us know what other tricks you follow to successfully manage your time and score better. We would love to hear some of your management wisdom!


A letter for freshers to take on their MBA journey at FIIB

Dear Freshers,

The first week of knowing each other better and engaging with RACERS community is almost over, and you’ve successfully created some bonds in between this orientation day buzz that will going to be with you for a lifetime. And, now (the second week) is all about foundation program; diving deep in the world of MBA with your faculties, seniors and alumni who will guide you with the facts and myths everybody has for this two-year long program. But, overall, the sessions you have with them are mostly to help you manage the extra requirements that go along with a rigorous graduate program.

All these sessions will help you to survive the first semester at FIIB and happily gear you up for the upcoming ones. After all, starting right from the curriculum can be grueling to you, and we don’t want you to feel ‘tired with MBA stuff’ before actually looking at your group projects and assignments (pun intended.) However, we always come up with new ideas to make your MBA as fun and experiential as possible so that you don’t have to regret anything later. But, in order to null this feeling of regret, we want you to actively participate/attend all the activities/guest lectures/seminars happens at FIIB in the near future. Always remember – unleashing great skills and moments of joy can be achieved better with the support of everyone.

As you’re about to start with your foundation program, we think of making you familiar with some new terms/faces/schedules that are going to play a major role in your MBA journey. So, let’s start with all of them one-by-one.

FIIB Dictionary

While studying at FIIB, you will hear these terms often and that’s why it is important for you to have a proper insight over them. Here I shared six lingo terms with you that will help you throughout your time at FIIB.

Courses During Foundation

We understand you all had travelled a different path before coming to FIIB, which is why we don’t expect you to sit quietly in the classroom and perform well at academics. Instead, we plan different foundation courses regardless of your background, knowledge base, and skills, that help you further to settle down in a class of many. From english proficiency to basics of spreadsheet, we introduce you with different subjects that works as pillar of your MBA employability skills.

Foundation Training Module

The foundation program is designed in a way that freshers can mingle up with each other and settle down uniformly. As written in our admissions brochure, we dedicatedly practice different ways to turn your raw potential into fineness.FIIB, Career Management Cell


How College Activities Matter in Building Up A Compelling Resume

The journey of two years MBA program is an undeviating path for almost every student. From interacting with new people at orientation day to appearing in multiple interviews for placement drive, there comes so many hidden opportunities that further help students to set a trajectory of successful career. While the entire batch of students focus upon covering the defined path to earn an MBA degree, some students dedicate their time to figure out positions that can set them apart in this race.

As every new batch consists of different types of students: the ones who find solace in library with books, the ones who stand up and take charge, the ones who spend more time socializing than studying, the ones who smartly manage their time and participate in extracurricular activities as well, the ones who have either one of the above habits and the ones who manage to do them all. No matter what category suits the best for you, the thing that matters at the last is your ability of multitasking. As participating in numerous tasks/activities/seminars is your ticket to a resume that’s compelling, well-rounded, and interesting, too.

Check out this visual to embrace how participating in different college activities turn your resume from fresher to experienced professional slot, and land you to a successful corporate job.

You cannot build a great resume overnight. Every single college activity you participate in, award you won, and connections you make during your graduation counts while you sit back to draft a strong resume. The extra effort you make to stand out from your own batch are crucial to make your resume unique. And, there’s no doubt that in between all the volunteer opportunities, group projects and campus involvement, you’ll gather a variety of valuable skills and experience that employers will be attracted to. So, get up and start engaging yourself with all the campus activities to reap out a compelling resume later.


Brush up These MBA Math Skills Before Stepping In College

Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers. As we are all aware that math is a core part of our day-to-day lives; encountering significant problems of life is quite hard without its proper understanding. And, that’s why we get to learn different math skills at each phase of student life. While talking about stepping in your MBA – the requirements of math skills vary than those you had in your bachelors. Maybe that’s they say that – Learning is a never-ending process and your life is not enough to acquire it all.

Enrolling in business school means that you’re in absolute need to gain several MBA math skills that will pave the path of success in your corporate journey. Starting right from basic number sense, you’ll learn how calculus, algebra and probability are used in business to claim growth.

Basic Number Sense for Business

You might refer to it as an elementary start because this is something we all get to learn in our primary school. But, as the name conveys, basics are always good to start with and numbers are the foundation of math – which altogether makes it a must-have skill of business math. Whether it is representing numbers in different ways or, interpreting the links between any set of numbers – basic number sense allow students to use numbers to solve real-world situations.


You must be remembering of linear equations, polynomials, and binomials when it comes to learning Algebra for business math. The Algebra concepts for business math is quite different from the Algebra you learnt in your school time. In business math, Algebra particularly helps you in finance, economics, and statistics. Before stepping in your college, you should start brushing up all the terms and formulas that you’ve learned at school. And, afterwards, you can also solve some related questions to get back on the track. All these exercises are important to do because your professors will not teach you from basics.


Calculus is as vast as a student can grasp; a wide variety of formulas interlinking with each other to drive solutions. Revising things well in advance has its own benefits as you don’t have to go back just to follow-up with basics when all your classmates are moving forward. Below are all the skills that make your MBA business math less complex, if you revise them priorly:

  • Function & its graphical representation
  • Slopes and rates of change
  • Derivatives and differentiation
  • Minimum and maximum values
  • Exponentials and logarithms
  • Definite and indefinite integrals


In MBA, learning numerical probabilities is much more essential than the probability we used to practice in school. Businesses mostly work on   nothing is promised before the team try it in real. In such cases, as a student, you must well-versed in interpreting scenarios, clarifying information in uncertain scenarios, and monitoring the probability of certain events occurring.


One of the most crucial math skill in business school is Statistical analysis which help businesses to take key measures of the market using different ways and articulate survey reports on the basis of the observed data. In order to stay up-to-date with statistical concepts, make sure you brush up all these concepts:

  • Calculate mean, median, mode and range
  • Calculate the standard deviation
  • Calculate normal distribution
  • Identify shifts in the mean
  • Calculate statistical significance
  • Interpret sampling distribution
  • Estimate sample and population variance

Other than these basics, you can also study as per the specialization you’re opting for in business school. For example, if you’re choosing Finance as specialization, then rates of return and interest formulas (Simple & Compound Interest) are some basics that you should brush up before heading ahead.


From Flowers to Flash Cars – Most Interesting Cases of FBR

The cases section in FBR is often the most fascinating showcasing the most challenging issues of the business world. With their unique set of problems and innovative solutions, we have compiled the best cases of FBR so far those didn’t just intrigue the minds of management enthusiasts but also taught a lesson or two. Dig in.

1. Branding the Unbranded World of Flowers

By Sheenu Jain and Swati Soni

Volume 5 Issue 4

The expansion of Ferns N Petals has decoded new formulas for the Indian Startup Industry; from opening 200+ outlets around the world to landing into the décor space, this branded florist chain is now operating as a wedding design hub and gifting solution provider.

Why should you read it?

Learn how FNP become a name synonymous with flowers by providing timely services to their exclusive set of clients.

2. Green Investing and Indian Investors: The Case of Suzlon Energy

Niti Nandini Chatnani

Volume 7 Issue 1

In the early 20s when investors thought of ‘being environmentally conscious’ as an exclusive reward, The Suzlon Energy IPO provided them with a profound opportunity that unfortunately mistaken with the objective of achieving fast growth, and resulted in a complete damage of highly potential-seeking business model.

Why should you read it?

A must-read for green investors of India to get lessons from the financial risks that sinked Suzlon’s green business idea

3. Holachef: Worth Craving For

Brinda Sampat & Nisha Jain

Volume 6 Issue 1

Seizing the right opportunity at the right span of time; Holachef is emerging as one of the fastest growing Foodtech start-up with homing plethora of options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, beverages, snacks, and salads.

Why you should read it?

But, to add more in your knowledge – Read the emergence of Holachef through adopting different models that will ultimately lead to success.

4. Saudi Aramco: A Blend between Profit and Politics

Jashim Uddin Ahmed, Hafiza Sultana, Md. Muinuddin Khan

Volume 7 Issue 2

Through a combination of own facilities and joint ventures, Aramco produces a slate of refined products and high-value petrochemicals for domestic & international industries. With a perfect blend of partnerships across the globe, this state-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia leaped way farther to its value chain – from wellhead to the consumers.

Why you should read it?

Unleash how a right-minded blend between profit and politics leads to sound financial performance and organizational excellence.

5. Flash in Inferno

Vrinda S, Mayank Srivastava, Parth Parikh & Ganes M Pandya

Noora’s idea of giving comfort and happiness in face of four-wheelers seemed a struggling path when one of the Flash Car incidentally caught fire and ended with a dent on both the car and Company’s reputation. Later on, with a revamped battery Noora join the march all over again.

Why you should read it?

How Flash Car survived from an unfortunate tragedy and introduced new model to stay in the game.

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