UK-based blogger Niladri Gupta reflects on his MBA experience as the countdown to his graduation ceremony begins
Lancaster student Niladri Gupta describes the logistics of studying in the UK while leaving his family in the US and setting up a business in India
Most of my colleagues are busy with their corporate challenge work where groups of three or four work for a large corporate client. Some are away on internships while I get to be the special guy around here.
Niladri Gupta was part of a small team from Lancaster University Management School which took part in a UK-China entrepreneurship competition. Over a period of a few months the team learnt a great deal, especially how to tackle cultural issues between the markets of the UK and China
Niladri Gupta joined Lancaster University Management School’s MBA programme almost seven months ago. It has, he says, been a journey, a voyage of reflection and learning and self discovery.
The last few weeks have been busy with learning all about mergers and acquisitions and international finance as a part of my elective modules at Lancaster University Management School.
With his MBA at Lancaster University Management School drawing to a close, MBA blogger Niladri Gupta is considering his future. Should he heed the siren call and return to India?
The last weekend was taken up for me and three of my colleagues from Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) by the Warwick Healthcare case competition in which 12 teams from some of the top European MBA programmes competed.
The word ‘innovation’ has always been the siren’s song for me. I am attracted to it beyond any reason or logic. It makes me different and unemployable for the regular day-to-day entry level jobs.
If you take the time to talk to people you can discover a lot of information says MBA blogger Niladri Gupta
With his MBA programme at Lancaster University Management School in full swing, blogger Niladri Gupta has found the workload a heavy one. Nonetheless he has found the time for some relaxation in Malaysia, allowing him to reflect on his programme
Blogger Niladri Gupta has been immersed in strategy. Implementing a strategy is much harder than simply devising it he says because of the human element
Is there really an MBA bubble now, a fellow student asked me last week. “It depends!” was my quick retort.
In his first blog Niladri Gupta believes that Lancaster University Management School is a catalyst for change – a change he had not been expecting before he embarked on his MBA