Piyush Chaudhary|Sep 29, 2022
Woxsen University organises 4th Global HR Leadership Conclave 2022 for students, faculty
The 4th edition of HR conclave saw HRs from TTK Prestige, Virtusa, Silicon Labs, Cignex, Thryve Digital etc. who shared industry insights, latest skill sets.
NEW DELHI: Woxsen University organised the 4th Annual Global HR Leadership Conclave 2022 for students and faculty to engage with the HR leaders, gain industry knowledge and understand the latest skillset. The conclave witnessed HR chiefs from organizations such as TTK Prestige, Silicon Labs, Virtusa, Bureau Veritas among others.
“The panel discussions unravelled invaluable insights on the evolution of HR. How the top HR professionals are reprioritizing function goals, be it mapping talent to value, creating a workforce resilient to future disruptors, strategic workforce planning, change management and DEI initiatives,” said an official statement from Woxsen University.
This year’s Global HR Conclave acted as a platform where HR veterans convened and expressed their individual perspectives on topics ranging from human engineering, transformation from predictive analytics to prescriptive analytics of HR, inclusivity, ethical code of conduct and sustainability etc., it added.
Global HR Conclave 2022: Participants
HRs who participated in the 4th edition of Global HR Leadership Conclave are:
- Manas Martha, Senior VP-HR, TTK Prestige
- Amit Kataria, Ex-CHRO, Hanu Software
- M Venkata Chalapathy, Senior Director-HR, Virtusa
- IVS Ranganath, Head HR, Shriram Bioseed
- Dr. Ankita Singh, Senior VP-HR, Cignex;
- Veera Reddy, Head HR, Cigniti Technologies
- Sharmila Thakur, Head HR, Bureau Veritas
- Subramanian S, India Lead-Campus Recruitment, Silicon Labs
- Narane Gundabathula, Head HR, CDK Global
- Srivatsa Nagarajaiah, Director HR, Thryve Digital
Martha moderated the first panel. He quoted “HR has evolved into becoming a strategic business partner and is playing a role in enabling people who are enabling businesses.” The two important questions that the panellists focused on were the role of HR as culture custodian and as strategic business partner.
Ranganath sharing his views on cultural shift from industrial revolution to information revolution to social revolution, said, “The organisations of today has a mix up of employees from Gen X, Y & Z. So the culture of an organisation has to be adaptable to these various generations of people.”
Thakur while expressing her views on how an organisation can measure if their employees are keeping up with its culture, exclaimed, “As an HR, You need to capture the voice of your employees, after which you arrive at certain dimensions and parameters of how aligned they are to your company’s culture. They would never promote your culture unless they are aligned with you.
Global HR Conclave 2022: Second panel
Kataria moderated the second panel which elucidated on digital transformation and importance of futuristic skills to excel in today’s world.
Singh quoted “You may be the expert in a particular thing but if it’s not the need of the market, then it has no value. Two important skills that can never be compromised to survive in an organisation are human skills & communication skills.”
Reddy sharing his thoughts on digital transformation and digital disruption said, “HR is getting technical in today’s world. Digital transformation is not taking jobs aways, instead it is creating more job opportunities.”
Talking about DEI, Nagarajaiah added “ It is the responsibility of the organization to build an environment conducive to workforce from diverse backgrounds and physical abilities. HR plays a critical role to ensure inclusivity, helping attract and retain good talent to remain competitive in business.”
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