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The HR Conclave 2013
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  • In his inaugural Address, Mr. Ponnala Lakshmaiah, Minister for Information Technology & Communications, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, talked about the Industry-Academia connect to ensure quality human resources. “In Andhra Pradesh, we have constituted a Committee, particularly for the IT Industry to bridge the gap between the Industry and Academia. A Committee comprising of representatives from IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, TCS and Infosys are part of this exercise to make radical changes to our educational curriculum to suit the industry. AP is one of the few states in India to impart industry grade skills through JKC”, he said.

    Talking about human capital transformation, the IT Minister reiterated the importance of reinventing ourselves constantly; recognize our competencies and excel in what we do. “Our country is blessed with natural talent and it is time that we make the right decisions, making excellence intrinsic to whatever we do and ensure wealth generation and more importantly plan and make sure equitable distribution”, he said. He also pointed out that
    “The people of the country are its most valuable assets. Since last 10 years, the per capita income of the state has increased 3 times. Since last 9 years the per capita state budget is the highest in the country. This showcases the role of Human Resource in the economic growth of the state. The biggest challenge and the most exciting part of a country’s development is to nurture of its human resource.”  
     
  • Dr. Ramachandra N Galla, Chairman - Amara Raja Group of Industries, in his keynote address shared insights on nurturing the talent pool saying that, “Human Capital, apart from being the most important of resources, is also rapidly evolving today. Creating economic opportunities for the available talent pool will result in economic growth. Economies of the world need to be inclusive. If we can bring in synchronization with the abundant human capital available in our country and the demand opportunities that are existing, we can become the number one country in the world” he said.
     
  • Mr. B Jaikrishna, Convenor, CII AP HR & IR Panel & President, Group HR, Amara Raja Group, in his theme address elaborated on the structure of the Conclave and the key areas of discussion during the course of the one and half day event. The Conclave would touch upon concepts like – Talantism, Out of box thinking for employee engagement, social sustainability, leadership, Learning branding and beyond, besides others. A special panel discussion on Adding Value through Values was scheduled for today evening.

    Talking about Talent management, Mr. Jaikrishna, expressed that
    Talent management is the roots of harvesting best talent. “Analyzing Skills, imbalances, unleashing the latent potential and re-recruiting must be a part of equation to retain the top talent. Any business needs talents to succeed, and talent has no age, no passport and no gender, but talents attract talents!  On a global scale, we define our strategic workforce plan to ensure the best match of our needs for specific skills with available talents in the different markets. Capital is being superseded by creativity and the ability to innovate — and therefore by human talents — as the most important factors of production”, he said.
     
  • In a special Plenary address, Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik, Author, Illustrator, Mythologist & Chief Belief Officer, Future Group talked about the inter-linkages between Belief, Behaviour and Business, referring to his book “Business Sutra”. “Belief Systems are constantly changing and the organizations must adopt measures to retain creative approaches of its human resources. In fact, Belief shapes behaviour and strengthens performance in businesses. ”, he said.  
     
  • Earlier, in his welcome address, Mr. B Ashok Reddy, Chairman, CII Andhra Pradesh & President – Global HR & Corporate Affairs, Infotech Enterprises Ltd, pointed out that for many years, companies have been striving to “transform human capital” by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of HR operations. However, operational excellence is just a starting point for HR transformation — a part of an effective, holistic transformation. There is the ever critical element of ‘Learning’ as a tool for this transformation. “In response to changing business demands and the evolving role of HR, this conclave focuses on global Human Capital Transformation approaches and ideas which focus on business issues”, he said.
     
  • Mr. Suresh Rayudu Chitturi, Vice Chairman, CII Andhra Pradesh & Managing Director, Srinivasa Hatcheries ltd., delivered the concluding remarks. 
     
  • The Conference is attended by around 250 participants, representing senior HR Professionals from the industry and senior faculty of various institutions. 
 
Description

CII Andhra Pradesh organized 10th edition of HR Conclave with a theme foucsing on “Human Captial Transformation Leading the organizations of Tomorrow through cutting Edge people practices” on 02-03 August 2013 at Hyderabad.

Human Capital plays an important role in enhancing productivity of organizations in the era of globalisation. Human capital transformation is defined as transformation of raw man power resource into productive resources. This leads to improvement in the quantity of production. It also leads to customer loyalty, as the customers get to receive better services. HR managers plays an vital role in understanding the strategic objectives of the organization and laying clear roadmap for achieving those objectives.

With this background CII Andhra Pradesh organized two day conference for deliberating on various issues such as HR as Business Partners – Myths or Reality, Recruitment, Branding, Employee Relations, leadership and learning. The prominent speakers representing industry and Government addressed the two day conference.

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You will get access to following Knowledge Resources by subscribing to the Digital Library of this event.
 
Human Capital Transformation
Next Practices in HR by Mr C Mahalingam, Executive Coach & HR Advisor
Belief Matters by Dr Devdutt Pattanaik, Author & Chief Belief Officer, Future Group
Learning on the Move by Dr Mrityunjay Srivastava, VP, Wipro Ltd
HR Agenda Going Forward by Mr Ramanand Puttige, VP- Talent Management, Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Can HR Side with Business at the cost of Employee Welfare Mr Prabhakar, Head HR, ITC Agri Business Division
Talentism : Talent as a catalyst for Growth, not Capital by Mr Arunav Banerjee, President & Chief Researcher, School of Inspired Leadership
Engaging Employees through Out of Box Thinking by Mr Ramana Prasad Alam, CEO, Amara Raja Electronics Ltd
Exciting Employees Beyond Increments by Mr Sunder Rajan, Sr Vice President HR, Infinite Computer Solutions
Engaging Different Generations at Workplace by Mr Vinay Jaswal, Head HR, Inter Globe Air Transport Ltd
Engaging Employees through Learning & Development by Mr Rajesh Lele, Head Learning Technology Services, Tata Motors
Social Sustainability : The New Outlook for HR by Mr A Venkateshwar, Chief Corporate Affairs, Tata Projects Ltd
CSR as an tool to Engage Employees by Dr Ramachandra N Galla, Chairman, Amara Raja Group
Mr B Jaikrishna, President, Group HR, Amara Raja Group at the Special Plenary session of the HR Conclave 2013
Belief Matters by Dr Devdutt Pattanaik, Author & Chief Belief Officer, Future Group
An open house discussion at the Special Plenary session of the HR Conclave 2013
Mr B Ashok Reddy, President- HR & Corporate Affairs, Infotech Enterprises Ltd at the Inaugural session of the HR Conclave 2013
Mr B Jaikrishna, President Group HR, Amara Raja Group at the Inaugural session of the HR Conclave 2013
Dr Ramachandra N Galla, Chairman, Amara Raja Group at the HR Conclave 2013
Mr Ponnala Lakshmaiah, Hon’ble Minister for Information Technology & Communications, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh at the Inaugural session of the HR Conclave 2013
Mr Suresh Rayudu Chitturi, Managing Director, Srinivasa Hatcheries Ltd at the Inaugural session of the HR Conclave 2013
Mr Saumen Chakraborty, President, CFO & Global Head of HR & IT & BPE, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd on “HR at Crossroads”
Balance the Economics & Emotions : Can HR side with business at the cost of employee Welfare by Mr L Prabhakar, Head – HR, ITC- Agri Business Division
Talentism : Talent as a Catalyst for Growth, Not Capital - A Presentation by Mr Arunav Banerjee, President & Chief Researcher, School of Inspired Leadership
HR at Crossroads - An Open House Discussion
Mr Ramana Prasad Alam, CEO, Amara Raja Electronics Ltd on “Engaging Employee through Out of Box Thinking at Crossroads”
Exciting employees Beyond Increments by Mr Sunder Rajan, Sr. Vice President HR, Infinite Computer Solutions
Engaging Different Generations at workplace by Mr Vinay Jaswal, Head - HR, Inter Globe Air Transport Ltd
Engaging employees through Learning & Development by Mr Rajesh Lele, Head Learning Technology Services, Tata Motors
Engaging Employee through Out of Box Thinking - An Open House Discussion
Mr A Venkateshwar, Chief Corporate Affairs, Tata Projects Ltd on “Social Sustainability – The New Outlook for HR”
CSR as a tool to engage employees and contribute to society by Dr N Ramachandra Galla, Chairman, Amara Raja Group
Encouraging Diversity : Creates a Healthy Workplace by Mr Vikas Gupta, Direct, Deloitte Consulting India Pvt Ltd
Social Sustainability – The New Outlook for HR - An Open House Discussion
Mr A Venkateshwar, Chief Corporate Affairs, Tata Projects Ltd on "Social Sustainability – The New Outlook for HR”
Mr Shakti Sagar, MD, ADP Pvt Ltd on "Adding Value Through Values"
Dr Jayprakash Narayan, President, Lok Satta Party on "Adding Value Through Values"
Mr Srini Raju, MD, Peepul Capital Advisors Pvt Ltd on "Adding Value Through Values"
Mr T S Sudhir, Editor (South India), India Today Group on "Adding Value Through Values"
Ms Karuna Gopal, President, Foundation for Futuristic cities on "Adding Value Through Values"
Mr Pullela Gopichand, Badminton Player & Coach on "Adding Value Through Values"
Adding Value through Value - An Open House Discussion
Ms Sujata Deshmukh, Head - Leadership Consulting, Heidrick & Struggles on “Leaders of Tomorrow – DNA of Future Leaders”
Dr BVR Mohan Reddy, Chairman & MD, Infotech Enterprises Ltd on “Leaders of Tomorrow – DNA of Future Leaders”
Leaders of Tomorrow – DNA of Future Leaders - An Open House Discussion
Mr P P Sukumaran, President-Group-HR, GVK Power & Infrastructure Ltd on “Learning, Branding & Beyond”
Mr Anand Pillai, Sr. EVP & Chief Learning Officer, Reliance on “Learning, Branding & Beyond” - Building Personal Brand
Learning on the Move: Mobile Platforms and Emerging Trends in Learning by Dr Mrityunjay Srivastava, Vice President, Wipro Ltd
Learning, Branding & Beyond - An Open House Discussion
Mr Ramanand Puttige, VP- Talent Management, Infotech Enterprises Ltd on “HR Agenda Going Forward”
Dr Indira J Parikh, Chairperson, FLAME on “HR Agenda Going Forward”
Next Practices in HR by Mr C Mahalingam, Executive Coach & HR Advisor
 
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