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Where are the jobs going to come from in the coming decade? Are our B-school graduates being prepared for the  massive  shift taking place in businesses ? 
 "Millennial Job Challenge, How B-schools could respond with Accreditation" is the theme of the current year's annual Conference theme. The theme  has been chosen to focus  on the urgent need for the B-schools to  rethink their curriculum and pedagogy  to prepare their student leaders for an uncertain VUCA World that describes the  volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity – terms that reflect our increasingly unstable and rapidly changing business world.
The B-schools more than ever  are going to face the biggest existential challenge  with the rapid changes taking place in the businesses that traditionally recruited at the campuses. Cloud computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, 3 D Printing, robotics, space travel, bio-engineering, climate change and such other are pushing the envelope to create newer jobs  but to get there the graduates need to be  reequipped with newer  tools and fresh upbeat attitude. By 2030, automation will cut jobs by 29% while contributing as little as 13% to job creation, according to Forrester's Future of Work report.
Accreditation may hold the key: The global accreditation agencies by design constantly challenge the member schools based on their expert  learning from around the world.  Accreditation being a moving target, there is a constant pressure to  learn from the peers.  AACSB's BizEd magazine quoted "As organizations rely more on data to drive their decisions, they’re setting the expectation that all students, regardless of specialization, will know how to turn data into solutions for business and society. And this expectation is shaping the business curriculum in pervasive and permanent ways" (more) 
who will be presenting:   The world's leaders in accreditation AACSB, EFMD, AMBA, ACBSP and IACBE along with SAQS and ATHEA have been presenting at our Advocacy  events and annual conference  for over a decade. Also we would expect Industry  leadership from FICCI, UNGCN and academia represented by leading associations AIMA, EPSI, & AIMS  to  be participating. 
Register early :  We have priced our conference  moderately  and also offer early bird discounts.  Conference registration fee  would be Rs 12000. Early bird discounts till October 25, 2019 would be a flat Rs 1000 per  registration. Bulk registration of 3 and above would get Rs 1000 for each participant, subject to maximum Rs 3000 discount. 
3rd  Student Instant  case competition 
Please register your student teams for the 3rd Student Instant case competition based on Bloomberg Businessweek  cases developed and presented by the  Peregrine  Global Services Business School Resource Centre. Details 
Some of the competitors from 2nd  Student Instant case competiton 2018
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