Successful careers do not happen by accident. Studies of Fortune 500 companies have reaffirmed the findings that 75% of long term success in career depends on people and soft skills and only 25% in technical skills. You will need to careful planning and meticulous execution to get your dream job and build upon it for a successful career. This Webinar would address some of the key preparations needed and also give some practical hints in order to help you maximize your chances in this quest. This webinar shares the experiences of the author and presenter who has screened and recruited hundreds of people to build world-class organizations and teaches these principles and methods in several renowned academic institutions.
Day : 20th March 2015
Timing : 5 PM - 6 PM
Gopalaswamy Ramesh is an independent consultant, eminent author, visiting and adjunct professor in several reputed universities and an acknowledged thought leader in the areas of global software project management, software testing and related areas as well as on soft skills. He has over three decades of experience in industry, consulting and teaching. He has taught courses in several leading universities including IIT Madras, IIM Bangalore, IIIT Bangalore, XLRI, Jamshedpur, Anna University, Chennai, Amrita School of Business and Great Lakes Institute of Management. In particular, he has taught the contents discussed in this book to several batches of students at IIT Madras. He played a key role in establishing Oracle’s India Development Center and growing it from zero to close to 500 people. His national award winning book Managing Global Software Projects and another book, Software Testing – Principles and Practices have also been translated into Chinese. He is also the co-author of Software Maintenance and The ACE of Soft Skills. He has been a speaker, organizer and chair person in several conferences. He was a member of the Academic Advisory Group of Project Management Institute (PMI), India from 2009 to 2014.
Gopalaswamy Ramesh holds a BE degree from Indian Institute of Science, MS (Computer Science) from Indian institute of Technology, Madras and a MS (Engineering Management) from Stanford University.
Language of instruction: English