The Business Building is home to the Accounting/Management Information Systems and Business Administration departments. It is also the home of the Physician Assistant classroom and has a computer lab, lecture hall, study lounge, and other amenities. Those seeking an MBA can pursue a variety of business-related courses in this building. The Faculty of Commerce maintains an office located in the Building. Those interested in entrepreneurship can contact the Office of Placement Services at 2-21 Business building for more information.
It is vital for businesses to realize that successful business building is not simply about the growth of existing companies. It is crucial to create new markets and sweat existing assets. In the current economic environment, it is imperative for companies to rediscover the value of business building and institutionalize it. CEOs can engage their organizations through four main steps: (1) determining their organization’s strategic objectives, (2) identifying key people and resources; and (3) evaluating their organizational capabilities.
The process of building a business requires a combination of strategy and execution, as well as a culture of learning. It is imperative to identify competitive advantages in an attractive market. Ideas are worthless without effective execution. The test-and-learn approach to strategic thinking often results in the best insights. Additionally, large companies often lack the entrepreneurial skills and management talent to scale and succeed. By focusing on the strategic advantages of a business while incorporating an entrepreneurial mindset, they can create long-term economic value.