why should one opt for the management course after acquiring a technical degree.
Engineers are valuable to their employers.
Managers that know how make the best use of engineers, however, can be even more valuable to employers.
That is a good question. In this growing economy and current market scenario, organizations are looking for people with multiple skills to control and manage their business. A management degree holder would not be able to understand the technical matters at the same time a technical person would not be able to understand how to manage a business. If a technical degree holder get a management degree, he would be able to take care of the management and technical affairs of the company. Instead of hiring two people management opt for one person to control the business. Value of the technical degree holder with a management degree will increase as he can take care of the complete control of the business. At the same time organizations can reduce the cost by hiring one person instead of two. So it is advisable for the technical degree holder to go for a management degree.
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