e2e Learning Station

ELSA


HIGHLIGHTS

This Industry developed and designed library combines the right mix of conceptual framework and practical wisdom.

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We Encourage Experiential Learning

Each module is based on the premise that learning from experiences with an attitude leads to constant improvement. This is done through a problem solving based approach and experimental learning methods.

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Our Engagement

Each participant is provided a platform to connect with the group on an online basis. Access to monthly video conversations with experts.

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Get Skilled

The Library is specially developed and designed for our programs/interventions.Each participant gets skilled while going through all the content.

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Peer to Peer Learning

One of the key constructs of each module is the diversity and pedegree of each participating fellow. We belive that when a group is formed the learning takes place in a multidimensional mode.

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Engaging Industry Experts

The learning modules are handpicked from established sources in the industry who are experts in respective area of work.

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Developing Key Competencies

Focus on each module is to ensure every participant is able to understand and realize their true potential and become a speacialist in their choosen competency.

Client Lobby

In some ways, managing managers is similar to managing anyone else — you need to align their goals with yours, provide feedback, and help them advance their career

Publications

  1. e2e team participates in writing white papers for National & International Universities and for International Collaborations. The papers are based on thorough research, e2e’s experience and expertise in the domain.
  2. A paper on People Capability Maturity Model got selected for publication in -
    • Carnegie Mellon University, USA, knowledge repository available online (This can be viewed by you if you are a member of CMU).
    • National Institute of Construction Management, India. It has got published in NICMAR Journal, Volume XXIII, Jan – Mar 2008 Edition.