Webinar Series

About the Webinar Series

The primary goal of the webinar series is to help students blossom by bringing valuable insights from industry experts. It is one of many steps to build collaboration with industry experts across the globe, allowing them to share their vast industry experience with the students, thereby nurturing the future generations to become inspiring business leaders.

Prof. Achint NigamFaculty InchargeKaleidoscope

In popular fashion, a Kaleidoscope is just another optical instrument that works on illusions. Shake it and you find the existing patterns transition into the newer ones. Symbolically, it represents the initiatives an individual must pursue to land in the right place, as life continues to change and we are continuously challenged. The department of Management, Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, Pilani Campus, India, has taken the initiative to organize an Industry connect webinar series Kaleidoscope since September 2021, aiming to build the critical skill of business in its students aspiring to work for the new-age organizations.

Session 01:

The inaugural session of Kaleidoscope was delivered by Mr. Sameer Mathur, General Manager- Strategy & Transformation at Wipro. In his talk, Mr. Mathur highlighted the importance of Business Analytics as a Competitive Advantage.

Session 02:

The second session of Kaleidoscope was delivered by the renowned industry expert Dr. Sudhir Kumar Mittal, currently serving as a Chief Architect at Bharti Airtel. He provided a glimpse of evolving technological and business trends in Indian telecom industry.

Session 03:

The third webinar of Kaleidoscope featured Mr. Pushkar Singh, CEO & Co- Founder of LETS Transport and a recipient of the prestigious Forbes 30 under 30 Asia. He focused on the Evolution of logistics sector in India.


Session 01:

Department of Management cordially invites you to a webinar on Future of Support Operations in Analytics by Mr. Yaasheen Sheikh, Manager, Technical Support Engineering, Salesforce.

Product Support organizations today are under extreme pressure to improve their efficiency and adopt a more proactive approach to resolving cases and improving the customer experience. Imagine being able to identify and predict the customers most likely to escalate and be able to proactively intervene to prevent those escalations, while more intelligently managing case backlog.