The Covid 19 pandemic has highlighted something that we knew all along; we live in highly uncertain times. Be it your personal lives or a business that you may be running, the age of predictability is gone, for good. As individuals, it is very difficult to predict the results of actions that we may take to advance our professional careers. At an organisational level, businesses can no longer be built on the basis of what worked yesterday.
In the midst of such uncertainties, Chevening scholar, Entrepreneur, and Workplace Strategist Parthajeet Sarma, lays down a framework of things that can be used by organisations and individuals alike to build resilience within their own personal strategy, and better prepare them for the next tsumani. There is no magic pill to combat uncertainty, and what works for one is unlikely to work for another. However, a framework to base one’s personal strategy is a good starting point.
This is a collation of videos and notes, which have been handpicked from a broader range of videos by the trainer. This course is meant for senior leaders in organisations, entrepreneurs, and wanna-be entrepreneurs.
- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 4
- Duration 120 mins
- Language English
- Students 2281
- Assessments Self
Combating Uncertainty : A Framework
A framework to better prepare organisations and leaders to face uncertain times. Once you have enrolled for the course, please begin with the first lesson 'Adopting Playfulness as a Strategy'. From there on, move to the evaluation quiz for the lesson, and so on, till you reach the end. It is important for you to answer the questions with reference to the learnings from the lesson, and not from any other context.