This August, BW Businessworld will set the stage for experts across the country to share their designed approaches and crafted policies to acquire and retain talent. The confluence of experts will decipher the viability of objectives to hire high performing employees in the era of impatient but highly innovative millennial workforce. The Conference will address the themes ranging from the disruptive talent acquisition strategies to the evolution of people practices. The panels will discuss the issues involving the top CEOs, marketers and CHROs of the country.
MD & CEO
Indian Women's Cricket Team
Joint Managing Director,
Godrej India Culture Lab
Olympic Medallist and
India & South West Asia,
Aditya Birla Capital Limited
VP – Human Resources,
Chief People Officer,
WNS Global Services
Dean – Placements,
ICFAI Business School (IBS), Bangalore
Vice President –HR,
Samsung R&D Institute
Partner and Leader,
People and Organisation, PwC
Indiabulls Housing Finance
Co-Founder & CEO,
Chief People Officer,
Vice President &
Head of Talent Acquisition,
Global Head -
Director & Chief Recognition Strategist,
O.C. Tanner India
Director - Talent Acquisition,
VP- Talent Acquisition,
VP – Marketing & Inside Sales,
VP & Business Head,
Head - Human Resources,
Managing Partner - India and South East Asia,
Indian Staffing Federation
Co-founder TeamLease Services
Awfis Space Solutions Pvt Ltd.
Industry Partnerships & CSR,
Organisations may recognise the need, and return on investment, of implementing well-built talent management plan but it can be daunting to develop a talent management strategy and implement the supporting processes and technologies.
The panel comprising CHROs would deliberate on the following:
Marketers are the one pitching the product to the top management and to the consumer. Hiring a right talent mix in every department impacts their productivity and efficacy of pitching.
The panel comprising of CMOs will discuss on the following:
The Chief Executive Officer is the authority figure within an organization. The most critical aspect of a business is to get right people and retain them to help realize the future. Aggressive strategic planning transforms the mindset of a traditional CEO into that of a Chief Human Resources Officer, who takes action in investing in the best methods to win the war for top talent.
However, Blockchain is in the nascent stages of adoption in India. We now see private blockchains within an organization, addressing a specific functions .For instance, Bajaj Electricals and Yes Bank have implemented a blockchain-based vendor financing solution for real-time settlement.
The panel comprising of CEOs and company heads will debate on the following points:
With the leading role of HR tech, how HR managers are using technology to induct, train, retain talent.
The panel comprising of CHROs and Tech Community will discuss on the following:
The education system isn’t meeting the skills needs of employers. Schools and universities just aren’t turning out enough people with the employable skills. How to inculcate the right skills in the freshers you hire?
The panel comprising of corporate trainers, skilling institutes & HR managers would discuss on the following:
With the booming millennial workforce, how companies are devising innovative work culture that helps them achieve their aspirations as well as keep them happy with money?
The panel comprising of top notch HR heads will discuss on the following point: