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              Looking To Work In Servitization, Aston MBA Dives Into Research

              Aston MBA student Pronoy Das is looking to get into the field of servitization, so has involved himself in Aston's research team where he can put his "ideas in motion."

              When asked why he chose Aston to get his MBA, Aston MBA student Pronoy Das put it simply: “Aston is in business of producing high-caliber MBA graduates since the MBA came into existence.”

              Das is a mechanical engineer with experience in operations and IT, but is looking to work as a consultant after graduating from Aston.

              “Aston has provided me with competency to be in the marketplace with expertise working on live consultancy projects with IBM, ABT products and more on the pipeline,” Das said. “I am confident that I can take this to a new level when I join an organization which needs to transform for the future sustainability aspect.”

              Plus, Aston has high-quality opportunities operations research in the field of servitization which is in line with his career; he currently in involved in the work of Aston’s servitization research team, which allows him to challenge himself, fail sometimes and learn from it!

              “I am enjoying this especially as a break from work, where I can challenge ideas and established beliefs,” Das said. “Since it is a learning platform, it's better to fail here, putting my ideas in motion rather than fail in a business where implications to the bottom line could be significant.”

              To gain additional experience in servitization and operations management, Das has taken course modules at Aston that actively engage industrial collaborators such as IBM, Rolls Royce, as well as other enterprises. But, above all of the academic and work experience, Das cherishes most the diverse experiences of his classmates at Aston.

              “The MBA cohort is an aggregate of a diverse expertise and it brings a whole lot of lateral thinking and innovation to our collaborative work,” Das said. “My classmates, from financial institutions, from retail and marketing all have different perspectives. In the end, the variety leads to stimulating thoughts beyond the horizon and better deliverables come out with a fresh perspective for businesses.”