IBS aims to transform students into leaders of tomorrowâ€™s businesses and this development takes place continuously on the IBS campuses. The structure of the Management Program, the corresponding soft-skills training and the experience of handling events and responsibility brings out the leader in the student.
Case method: The case method puts you in the decision makersâ€™ seats and poses the questions. It teaches one to draw insights from pure data and take decisions in the absence of complete data. The person leading the case discussion is a decision maker and the rest of the class will support and push the analysis of the case to the extent possible. The focus is on coming to a decision for the situation in the case with analysis of facts and a 360 degree view.
Soft skills: A leader creates his/her vision for the organisation and communicates it effectively to the rest of the organisation. The soft-skills training at IBS will enable the students to judge their communication abilities. There is also a focus on improving the EQ of our future leaders so that they are able to deal with the human element of running organisations.
Extracurricular activities: The students are encouraged to participate in a multitude of extracurricular activities so that they come out as well-rounded individuals. Organising cultural events, talks by stalwarts of the industry and a variety of on-campus activities give the students the chance to manage events, take responsibility for their success and become better, more experienced leaders.