Economic Times – How technological advancement is making training and mentorship easily accessible
The success of a business, depends largely on the workforce that runs it and the teams who manage it. As such, it is necessary that both the workforce and the business executives must undergo proper training to know how to best perform their roles, how to achieve their personal goals and the company goals.
According to a report by IBM Institute for Business Value and Oxford Economics, 90% of the Indian startups fail within the first five years of their inception. One big reason for this is the lack of guidance and mentorship. The ecosystem is a highly volatile place and without a mentor to guide you or draw a roadmap to show you the way, getting lost and frustrated is pretty easy. Read More