The telecom industry, which lies within the sector of information and communication technology, is made up of all telecommunications/telephone companies and internet service providers and plays the crucial role in the evolution of mobile communications and the information society.
Today’s telecom industry produces communication equipment and delivers a set of voice, data, and broadband services using wireline or wired infrastructure of cables, networks, servers, computers, and satellites.
Since spring 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has been accelerating structural challenges and trends that have long faced the telecom industry.
According to experts in this area, telecom leaders should consider three key strategic opportunities both to recover from the COVID-19 crisis and to boldly position themselves to thrive in the future:
- Renewing the focus on customers’ needs by taking a more nuanced approach to customer engagement
- Converging and remixing entertainment experiences through new service offerings and entertainment bundles—and by adopting new strategies that can enable business agility
- Repositioning to monetize advanced wireless networks through new products, services, and business models
Want to learn more? Tonex offers Telecom Mini MBA, a 5-day program designed for senior managers, middle managers, mid-level telecommunications managers acquiring in-depth knowledge in all aspects of the global telecommunications business, technology, leadership, and management.
The Telecom Mini MBA is designed for experienced or high potential managers who are seeking a stronger foundation in current business theory and practice, or managers who have experience in one area and want exposure to other areas to qualify for positions of increased responsibility.
Tonex also offers several more Mini-MBA programs:
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