Dr. Mrityunjay, GM-HRD, WIPRO ltd. spoke about the 4 pillars that supports the DNA of WIPRO and keep his organization strong and healthy.
Values: WIPRO's values are solid and these values flow right from the top management. These
So - you engaged the best head-hunter to track down a few good men (and women) to help take your business from here to there. You figured you had thought it all out - what you'd set them working on, the value they would add etc. But somehow,
Dr. Pallab Bandhyopadhyay, Chief Peoples Officer, Cambridge Solutions. Talked about the future of HR and the changing context of people.
HR is going to change in the future because the customers of HR are
L S Ram, President and Executive Director, Crossdomain was speaking about how an organization can hire and retain the best talent.
L S Ram, President and Executive Director, Crossdomain was speaking about how an organization can hire
Sudheesh Venkatesh, Head-HR, Tesco spoke on the challenges and learnings in scaling up Tesco's shared service centre.
Tesco is the third largest and fastest growing retailer in the world. With a turnover worth $80
"How to transform HR practices to cope with the constant market dynamics and prepare the enterprises to face the challenges from a knowledge economy globally." - Was the over all flavor of the HR Summit organized by IHRD.
What makes a team great and how does a leader go about building one? Read on to decipher the intricacies involved in handling teams and nurturing talent. This absorbing discussion on ‘Challenges in Team Building and Talent Management
In the ‘90s the role of HR was primarily accepted to be that of a support and an administrative one. The HR professionals focussed on activities and deliverables. The decision makers of companies also thought it to be sufficient to have them
For the fifteenth NASSCOM Leadership summit 2007 in Mumbai, the CEP spotlight session was on the topic: The Mind of the Leader, what makes them tick.
The panelists who conversed with Delhi Bureau Chief and Associate Editor-Political
Is India entering a phase when its biggest asset- people, would become its most debilitating liability?It is estimated that 70 million people would be added to India's working population in the next 5 years. Is this tremendous resource being
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