The COVID Pandemic has forced the world in changing how we live, how we work, and how business is organized and conducted. Business continuity is the key to survival and success. Digital Technology has come to the rescue to stay connected, engaged and serve the needs of stake holders.
Technology, is a key driver in Business Transformation. Spending on digital transformation technologies and services is forecast to grow 10.4 percent in 2020 to $1.3 trillion according to IDC estimates. Yet, a significant number of organizations are not getting transformation right because of a fundamental quandary over what digital transformation really is. While organizations are investing in innovative technologies, most are lagging or failing to respond to consumers’ new expectations due to “meager digital literacy.”
So is true in Human Resources Management. HR needs to leverage Technology to create value and services for its stakeholders. It’s about value, people, optimization and the capability to rapidly adapt through an intelligent use of technologies and information. HR needs to strive towards ubiquitous optimization across processes, divisions and the business ecosystem of a hyper-connected organization & employees to deliver superior Employee & Stakeholder experience within the organization.
Digital transformation has the potential to transform when done right. It enables HR to reap significant benefits. But in most cases the execution doesn’t match strategy and live up to the expectations. One of the main reasons is that HR is not Digitally Literate or Digital Savvy.
Mobile and other technologies allow HR leaders to revolutionize the employee experience through new digital platforms, apps, and ways of delivering HR services.
Digital HR helps improve both employee experience and organizational success by transforming the HR function from paper-based, reactive and time-consuming to digital-first, mobile and optimized.
HR can also help business leaders and employees shift to a digital mind-set, a digital way of managing, organizing, and leading change.
|27 July, 2021
|30 July, 2021
This program on Digital HR Transformation is about helping HR professionals and Business Leaders to understand how Technology can be leveraged to help deliver a superior performance & experience to the stake holders.
This program helps participants to learn new capabilities, mindsets, and behaviors needed to cope up with the Digital disruption and take advantage of them.
By the end of the program, the participants will be in the position to understand how to leverage Technology in various stages of Employee Life Cycle and deliver superior HR support to its stake holders and deliver a superior Employee Experience.
21 Human Resources consultants, acadamecians, and corporate professionals from companies such as:
– Farsight Technologies
– Reliance Industries Limited
– Natural Remedies Pvt Ltd
– Morgan Stanley
– Agility PR Solutions
|• Future of Work
• Future of HR
• Employee Experience (Employee Life Cycle Stages)
|• Digital Transformation
• The Digital Technologies Landscape – What is – SMAC, Digital Labor, Mobile Technologies, VR, Algorithms, Robotics, RPA, Automation, Chatbots, AI, Big Data, Blockchain, IOT, Cloud, Gamification
• Technology adoption in Business
|• Hands on Project by Participants identifying Technologies that can be adopted by them at each stage of the Employee Life Cycle
• Digital Employee Experience – Adapting and Leveraging enabling Digital Technologies in HR, at each stage of the Employee Life Cycle (SMAC, Digital Labor, Mobile Technologies, VR, Algorithms, Robotics, RPA, Automation, Chatbots, AI, Big Data, Blockchain, IOT, Cloud, Gamification) and leveraging technology to drive value for the business.
|• Digital Mindset (How HR can drive business outcomes in a digitally disrupted environment?)
• Digital HR journey
– Program Director
He is the Founder & Editor of www.humanengineers.com. He works as Advisor @ Farsight Technologies, an award winning company providing Digital HR Technology products, solutions & services.
He is a Business Consultant and an Executive Coach to CEOs & CXOs. A visiting Professor at ISME, XIME, WE School, IFIM, NMIMs and Christ University, Bangalore.
Till recently he was the Content Management Partner for NASSCOM – IIMB – Leadership Resource Centre and the Vice President HR @ Schneider Electric.
In a career spanning nearly 3 decades, he has been Head of HR and held leadership positions in India & globally in organisations like Schneider Electric India, American Power Conversion (APC), Chevron Texaco/Caltex India, Praxair India, Co Systems India, Indian Herbs & ITI.
He was the Vice President of NHRD Bangalore Chapter 2015-2017 and also the Honorary Secretary of the National HRD Network, Bangalore Chapter, member of the India HR Council of the AMCHAM, New Delhi, Member of the Roundtable of HR Directors of Petroleum Companies, and Member of the India HR Council of Conference Board.
He is a certified CEO / Leadership Coach, Mentor for Start-ups, Trainer , Blogger & a Speaker.
– Head of ICT @ ISME
In academic since 1996, Dr Meenakumari has held various positions in Educational Leadership, Higher Education Administration, and Research & Innovation. She has pub- lished more than 34 papers in reputed journals with h-index and i10 index. Her research is cited in UNESCO ICT imple- mentation policy. She has presented 26 research papers in International / National Conferences and won two best paper awards in the International Conferences. She was a keynote speaker and chaired the session for the Internation- al Conference ICETC 2009 organized by IEEE and IACSIT held at Singapore and in many other international conferences.
She was the convenor for a National Conference for three years. She is a reviewer for many International and Indian journals and has served as an examiner for PhD thesis evaluation. She is currently guiding PhD and MPhil research scholars and also serving as Board of Studies (BOS) member for reputed autonomous institutions.