From managing appointment calendars to efficiently managing inventories, and from providing comprehensive training to teams to honing the art of diagnoses, Workshop Management takes a harmonic blend of professionalism and soft skills. We are delighted to provide in this issue the unique insights and knowledge of industry professionals who have mastered the art of Workshop Management.
Our first feature focuses on automobile industry upskilling. Poonam Rawat, Programme Incharge of Training at ASDC, enthusiastically elucidates the positive impact of upskilling in lowering unemployment, increasing productivity, and providing a competitive advantage.
Following that, we go into Mehul Desai’s transforming path as the visionary founder of mquik, who has left an everlasting effect on India’s vehicle repair business. Desai explains his entrepreneurial path and emphasises the need of industry alliances in encouraging the growth and development.
Continuing our exploration, we give the riveting conclusion of an exclusive interview with Manish Raj Singhania, President of The FADA. Singhania offers essential ideas on promoting sustainability, using technology and creating diversity in the automotive sector.
EY India Senior Consultant Abhimanyu Sharma’s piece highlights the importance of implementing sustainable business practices. While, a revolutionary strategy proposed by Sayantan Mukherjee, Academic Director, NIIEM in his enlightening article combines the ‘Job-to-be-Done’ philosophy and the ‘CHANGE’ framework to satisfy the ever-changing customer expectations in the automobile business.
Last but not least, Manoj R’s piece delves into the exciting world of motorsports, revealing the secrets of speed and stability.
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