Some of the fastest growing organizations today also happen to be the very same ones that are persistently dominating the technological sector. As a direct result of such a scenario playing out, the demand for management professionals in the field of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) has witnessed a tremendous increase with USD 16.58 Billion being invested in the ‘Digital India’ initiative alone. The key growth driver for these industries has been the breakneck pace of technological innovations. This in turn has led to a severe shortage of well qualified management professionals who can suitably handle the endless onslaught of technological reforms while maintaining a steady organizational growth pace.
You’re In Demand As Long As Innovators Exist
Technology-enabled business ecosystems are now innovating at an unheard of pace. Such innovations can easily account for 50% of the total GDP growth of a country. This leads to a higher demand for skillsets that can effectively handle the multitude of changes that come with such innovations. More importantly, every organization needs to continuously innovate its systems and processes in order to be more economical, effective and useful. Ensuring a continued increase in innovative practices requires equally skilled leaders who can truly deal with technology-heavy systems and processes. The direct result of this is an ever rising demand for management professionals in Information, Communication and Technology. As a matter of fact, the demand for ICT professionals grew by about 13% in 2015, a trend that is expected to continue.
Managing ICT Is A Job For Specialists
As the number of ICT companies rises, so does the demand for specialists who can effectively combat the rising managerial requirements that come with such rapid innovation and expansion. In fact, the sector created 160,000 new jobs in India in the year 2013 alone. Finding these specialist managers can be quite a daunting task, which is where organizations such as the Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management play a key part. With an MBA Telecom Management course, the institute has shown itself to be the most prepared one in terms of being a supplier of exceptional quality managerial talent; right at a time when it is needed the most. The institute offers customized dual-specialization MBA courses wherein students can choose from System and Finance, Marketing and Finance and Analytics and Finance specializations.
Areas With Large Concentration Of Tech Companies Need You
A city such as Pune has recently witnessed a major spurt of growth in ICT companies. This has led to an increased requirement of leaders who understand the needs and demands of the industry and are able to make quick decisions in times of crisis. Noting the significance and criticality of the situation, SITM began to offer an executive MBA in Pune in addition to the regular MBA courses – for working professionals looking to add a leadership expertise to their set of skill sets. This has helped match the supply of quality leaders to an industry increasingly in need of sound ICT leadership.
We hope we have been able to offer you a new perspective on the need and necessity for a technical MBA in these times of change. We suggest that you check out our website for more information on the courses you prefer the most! Happy Learning!
-Prof. Yatin Jog and Admissions Team