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HR SUMMIT

20:20 HR STRATEGIES –THE ROUTE TO HRM 2020 Date: 26th November, 2011 Time: 9:30am to 5:30pm Venue: Silver Oak Hall, Indian Habitat Centre Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003

Organized by: 3, Institutional Area, Sector – 5, Rohini, Delhi – 110085, India Phone: +91(011) 45184000/01/02, Fax: 45184032, 27054106

JAGAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

HR SUMMIT
20:20 HR STRATEGIES – THE ROUTE TO HRM 2020
Tsunami, earthquakes, uncertainties and turbulence in business are a few common terms which have repeatedly bombarded our ears, struck our minds and made us think twice as to what comes next. As a result of globalization, business today, is no more an internal monopoly of a few to control its survival at will without addressing the needs of all its stake holders. To stand up this challenge, industry has struggled to evolve strategies to remain in existence in business despite tough competition of the global products available anywhere and everywhere. While a few business houses in India have met the challenge by re -alignment and continuous review of their business strategies to face the challenges by learning from their own as well as failures of others, many have simply vanished. The components of global impact on business are multiple, ironically, one most underrated drivers of business, namely HR in the conventional sense has now become more pronounced. The most critical support to any business from survival to excellence is provided by the asset of any organization that is the human capital which also drives businesses through technology. But the competitive edge in business stands only when it is revived with the HR perspective of an organization. The world is dominated by one surety that is the “uncertainty of the future”, which one cannot predict. The lifecycle of the product, return on investment, customers’ hostility emanating from cost and quality with a multiplier effect of the global recession impact the business. So, the alternatives left for the industry is to focus on cutting the cost, outsourcing, downsizing, panic-driven action, diversifying more due to crisis rather then to a well knit plan of a strategic move. The situations looks to be more threatening than assuring and so is the challenge of HR. However, if HR gears up to its potential, it can make the difference in the survival of any business; as well can actually take it to new heights. The slogan may be “Survival of the fittest” but HR can make it “Survival as the fit - test”. Today, the scenario for HR looks somewhat like 20 - 20 cricket challenging the conventional style to innovation. The stakeholders and the shareholders have to manage their own shows as the Government on the other side is bound because of the political factors and restrictive industrial laws. At a time when uncertainties in the business are more visible than ever before, HR assumes the most pivotal role. It takes the lead by shaping HR strategies from conventional to innovative, entrepreneurial attitudes in employees, creating a flexible workforce addressing issues. They are instrumental in ensuring involvement of employees in understanding their role in the business and the customer’s need satisfaction. This calls for the total rethinking in the minds of the HR professionals to play their role not only as crisis managers, but as leaders. They are the ones who anticipate the factors of crisis and address before its inception, in terms of building employee competence in quick decision making. It is important to address the cost of manufacturing and each employee’s commitment in thinking of alternatives in terms of products and services. It is critical that HR professionals must learn to anticipate changes and understand what is necessary to implement it. They must understand business decisions by balancing a range of factors that often conflict with one another. It requires the focus on ISSUE and not the PERSONALITIES. The HR professionals have to have a global mindset with compe tence of understanding business imperatives necessary for organizational strategies with sensitivity.

TECHNICAL SESSIONS
SESSION 1 : Changing Dynamics of HR - Strategic and Nurturing Roles
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What will happen may not be what was planned. Grooming HR professionals from being Academia - Fit to Corporate - Fit with ability to handle in - built corporate challenges. Striking a delicate balance between talent nurturing strategies and achievement of organizational goals.

SESSION 2 :- Learning and Development of the most precious resources of an organization - Human Resources.
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Educating employees with clear focus on sensitizing them towards the needs of ultimate customers. Key Role of Quality and Speed of decision making in building employee commitment. Training will deliver results only when HR and Line Managers collaborate as a team.

SESSION 3 :- Will IR re -emerge as the strongest challenge in manufacturing industries in 2020?
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Will the Legal restraints in IR through industrial laws on employers make HR helpless or more innovative? Should the labor laws for industrial workers in India be revisited to make it more purposeful in terms of ground realities of business rather than majorly employee centric only ? Can trade unions deliver better results through internal leadership or is outside leadership inevitable?

FOR WHOM ?
This HR Summit is unique in its style and content to invite participation not only from HR field but professionals in cross - functional departments like sales, marketing, supply chain, operations and academics who have to at times perform most of the HR functions independently.

KEY BENEFITS & LEARNINGS
The program will help professionals in understanding:  The future challenges that HRM may face.  A thinking pattern to work on strategies and competence that HR needs to build in their employees to ensure sustainability of the organization in a competitive environment.  To re - think on their roles from being crisis managers to leaders in managing change.

KEY THOUGHT IGNITERS

Mr. S.Y. Siddiqui, Managing Executive Officer - Admin (HR, IT, Finance & COSL), Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Mr. Sumit Chaudhuri, Chairman & MD, Third Millennium Business Resource Associates Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Subir Vyas, Senior Director – HR & Global Employee Engagement, GAP International Sourcing (India) Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Deepak Behl, Director – HR, Double Tree By Hilton Hotel. Mr. Shekhar Ghose, Former Director – HR, Indian Airlines. Mr. Chiranjiv Singh, GM – HR, Avantha Holdings Ltd. (Thapar Group)

Mr. V.K.Verma, General Manager – HR, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Mr. O.P. Tyagi, Management Consultant – Management & IR. Mr. Rajiv Sahdev, Vice President – HR, Moser Baer India Ltd. * Mr. Pradeep Gulati, Senior Vice President – HR, Zee News Ltd. * Mr. N.P.Singh Rana, Vice President – HRM, Motherson Auto Ltd. * Mr. Mohammed Parwez Corporate Head – HR Continental Device India Ltd. Hussain, & IR,

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Dr. Anjali Nigam, CEO & Chief Consultant White Swan Consulting Group.*

PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Timings 9:30 - 10:00 am 10:00 - 11:15 am 11:15 - 11:45 am 11:45 - 1:00 pm 1:00 - 1:45 pm 1:45 - 3:00 pm 3:00 - 4:15 pm 4:15 - 4:45 pm 4:45 - 5:00 pm 5:00 - 5:30 pm Activity / Event Registration Inaugural Session Tea Break Technical Session - 1 Lunch Technical Session - 2 Technical Session - 3 Valedictory Session Vote of Thanks Evening Tea

ABOUT JIMS
Jagan Institute of Management Studies was set up in 1993 under the aegis of Jagan Nath Gupta Memorial Education Society, a registered non-profit organization imparting high quality professional education to create a pool of professionally qualified and skilled managers and entrepreneurs to meet the growing needs of trade and the industry. As an institute of excellence in the field of management studies and technical education, JIMS has always strived to rework the curriculum in consonance with the changing needs of the corporate world. Regular interaction with leaders in business and academics has helped the Institute in achieving the goal of moving ahead of time. The standards it has set for the quality of its courses and programs and the delivery system adopted, have enabled the Institute to attract students from across the country for its two-year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (HR, Marketing & Finance) and specialized PGDM programs in Retail management and International Business. Patr on: Advi sor y Boar d: Prof. R.P. Maheshwari (Hony. Director General) Dr. J.K. Goyal (Director) Dr. Madan Mohan (Dean, PGDM) Prof. S.C. Kapoor Dr. Sumesh Raizada (Dean, RMM) sumesh.raizada@jimsindia.org +919650758671 Akansha Kansal (Assistant Professor) akansha.kansal@jimsindia.org +919811854451 Arnab Ghosh arnabg@jimsindia.org +919911212244

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