What is the scope of Business Management Specilization

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Started By Jaswinder Singh, 1 year, 3 months ago

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I am interested to know about Business Management Specialization. After getting a degree in Business Management which all areas can I work, example IT, Retails, Finance??


Which  options are best suited and also is it possible to move into Operations after doing  Business Management specialization.



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    Posted By Dr.BINDU, 10 months, 3 weeks ago | Reply Report
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    In Reply To: Kopal

    General MBA is good for starters who are looking to sample little bit of everything (Finance, HR, Operations, Marketing, Sales) but for senior folks who want to leverage their functional expertise and skip multiple tiers on route to becoming a business leader you need to consider a specialization.

    So if your career goal is to become a Head of HR at Accenture or Head of Finance at Chase, join an ISB (or IIM) but if your goal is to transition into Senior Product Executive then Institute of Product Leadership EMBA is custom designed for that outcome. 

    Manav Rachna University is offering following specialized MBA programs

    MBA  Real Estate Management

    MBA Construction Management

    MBA Sports Management

    MBA Entrepreneurship and Family Business

    MBA Negotiation and Diplomacy


    All industry leaders and consultants are of the opinion that MBA General Management has very little relevance to the industry as dynamics and skills required in every  industry are very  specific and unique. For exp, the Real Estate industry needs management skills of  material, man, money and machine management to enable life cycle management of the project from inception to exit which are not imparted in a MBA General program.



    Posted By Rajat, 11 months, 3 weeks ago | Reply Report
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    General MBA is good for starters who are looking to sample little bit of everything (Finance, HR, Operations, Marketing, Sales) but for senior folks who want to leverage their functional expertise and skip multiple tiers on route to becoming a business leader you need to consider a specialization.

    So if your career goal is to become a Head of HR at Accenture or Head of Finance at Chase, join an ISB (or IIM) but if your goal is to transition into Senior Product Executive then Institute of Product Leadership EMBA is custom designed for that outcome. 

    Posted By Kopal, 11 months, 3 weeks ago | Reply Report
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    Hi Jaswinder,


    I would recommend that you do a specialized MBA rather than an MBA with functional specialization in Marketing, HR , Finance as is being offered in MBA General program A specialized MBA for exp MBA in Real estate , Infrastructure and Land Management is preferred by the Industry and would enable you to start the learning curve earlier compared to  MBA General student who would first need to unlearn.
    Posted By Rajat, 12 months ago | Reply Report
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    It it  about ur interested hotel management

    travel and tour sales and marketing

    administration

    education sector 

    service industry banking





    Posted By Parvinder singh , 1 year, 3 months ago | Reply Report
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    Hi Jaswinder,

    Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the most valuable postgraduate degrees in the field of management. There are various specialisations in MBA such as Finance, Marketing, Retails, Human Resources, IT & Operations. All the fields have different value and scope; you can choose any of the one field according to your interest after completing your graduation.

    Follow the link get details about MBA specializations

    Thanks!!

    Posted By Jalaj, 1 year, 3 months ago | Reply Report
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    Hi Jaswinder,

    Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the most valuable postgraduate degrees in the field of management. There are various specialisations in MBA such as Finance, Marketing, Retails, Human Resources, IT & Operations. All the fields have different value and scope; you can choose any of the one field according to your interest after completing your graduation.

    Follow the link get details about MBA specializations

    http://www.htcampus.com/article/mba-specialisations-and-types-mba-802/

    Thanks!!

    Posted By Jalaj, 1 year, 3 months ago | Reply Report