BUSINESS UNUSUAL. DISRUPTING HR AND LEADING INNOVATION
P DwarakanathHead-Group Human Capital Max India
Sanjay JorapurMember of Executive Management Team & Chief Human Resources Officer Hero MotoCorp Ltd
Sunaina Mattoo KhannaChief People Officer & Head – Transformation Bajaj Capital Limited
Chandan ChattarajExecutive Joint President Global HR, Uflex Limited
Simin AskariVice President - Corporate HR Dharampal Satyapal Ltd (D S Group)
Babu VittalHead HR Shop Clues
Amit MalikDirector - HR & Chief People Officer Aviva Life Insurance Company India Ltd
Ashok Kumar RaiHuman Resources Director Aricent
Bharat ChhabraHead of Department - L&D(HR) Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd.
Rachna MukherjeeChief Human Resources Officer, Country Partner - VP - HR Schneider Electric India Pvt Ltd
Dr. Anil K. ChawlaHuman Resources. Consulting. Data Privacy Tata Consultancy Services Limited
Neeru MehtaVice President Human Resources GlobalLogic India
Aman AttreeCorporate Head – HR Hindustan Powerprojects Pvt Ltd
Ashish BansalVP- HR Mobikwik
Bhavna BatraDirector - Management Consulting (People and Organisation) PwC India
Sanjay KamathHead- Sales PeopleWorks - division of Crossdomain Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Amandeep Singh AroraExecutive Vice President Talent Excellence, Teleperformance India
Dev Chander JhaSr. HR Business Partner Videocon Industries Limited
Manvi SushilHead - Human Resources ASSA ABLOY – India
Vikas VatsSecretary HRAI India
Anant GargIndia- HR Director Eli Lilly and Company
Sanjay VermaGlobal / Group HR Head Uniparts Group
Anurag AmanPractice Leader Organization Effectiveness Aon Consulting India
Runa MaitraFounder, People Talent International and Business & Product Evangelist, MeraJob India
|09:00 hrs – 10:00 hrs||Registration|
|10:00 hrs – 11:00 hrs|| Session –I (Panel Discussion)
MOVE OVER MILLENNIALS, HERE COME GENERATION Z: STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING MULTIGENERATIONAL WORKFORCE
With the next generation of workers upon us, Generation Z, or the iGeneration, has already begun to enter the workforce. So, what does this mean for the future of work? According to a recent Forbes article, “This generation is jaded from the recession, suffers from student loans, and has learned a lot being the children of GenX. Compared to millennial, research shows that members of GenZ are even more entrepreneurial, loyal, flexible, and realistic in their approach to careers and purchasing. The choose opportunities for growth and work-life balance over salary when selecting what company to work for. Like millennial, they will seek mentors and supporters because they are first starting out in their careers, and they will be even more connected through technology. About a third desire to become managers in the next five years already, and 45% believe working with boomers will be challenging.”
It’s not out of the realm of possibility that your company will soon have five generation working side by side: matures (also called veterans), baby boomers, generation X, millennial and generation Z. Each of these groups has different needs and wants, from attitudes about career to vacation schedules and training and development.
This session analyses what distinguishes this new generation from previous ones and what that will all mean for employers in coming years.
Mr. Anurag Aman, Director and Practice Head for Organization Effectiveness, Aon India
|11:00 hrs – 11:20 hrs||Session –II
‘HR TECHNOLOGY TRENDS CHANGING THE HR STORY’ & ‘PEOPLEWORKS AS AN HR SOFTWARE PRODUCT’
Mr. Sanjay Kamath, Head Sales, PeopleWorks – a division of Crossdomain Solutions
|11:20 hrs – 12:00 hrs||TEA/COFFEE BREAK|
|12:00 hrs- 13:00 hrs||Session –III (Panel Discussion)
EMERGING BUSINESSES: ENTERPRISE CHALLENGES WITH LIMITED RESOURCES
Do you remember the days when your HR function was actually just a lockable filing cabinet and a few managers who enjoyed interviewing people? Or did you join your company further down the road when, in an effort to manage the escalating and increasingly complex needs associated with employing more and more people, the filing cabinet had become a person?
Where are you and your organization now? Are people really ýour greatest asset’? Are people related issue discussed regularly by the board? Or are you struggling just to make sure that holidays are tracked and people are paid on time? One of the core HR challenges that emerging businesses face is good talent leaving the organization for better opportunities in large enterprises which might promise a brand image, better compensation package or a better career path.
Ms. Bhavna Batra, Director- People & Organization, PwC India
|13:00 hrs – 14:00 hrs||NETWORKING LUNCH|
|14:00 hrs – 15:00 hrs||Session –IV (Panel Discussion)
HR TECHNOLOGY TRENDS CHANGING THE HR STORY
When it comes to attracting and retaining talented people, emerging businesses are, well, caught in the middle. They generally don’t have the financial resources or brand appeal of larger enterprises, and they don’t offer the get-rich quick prospects of hot startups. But their talent needs are just as acute – and their margin for error is far smaller than with big companies, which can afford to carry a few weak performers or lose a star player or two.
Ms. Runa Maitra, Founder, People Talent International (A Consortium of Business Partners), Business & Product Evangelist MeraJob India
|1500 – 1600 hrs||TEA & CLOSE|