Article: ‘My core strengths are reinvention and innovation’

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‘My core strengths are reinvention and innovation’

Shaily Rampal Misra believes leveraging the concepts of data science and crowd-sourcing can bring quantum leaps for the HR function
‘My core strengths are reinvention and innovation’

In her own words, this is what the ‘Are You In The List’ 2015 winner has to say about herself

Shaily Rampal Misra - Associate GM, Global Lead - Career Management Center Of Excellence (COE), HCL Technologies Ltd.

I am an HR practitioner with over 10 years of experience of having worked in multiple areas of HR. Currently, I work with HCL Technologies Ltd in New Delhi as Associate General Manager, Global Lead - Career Management Center Of Excellence (COE). The COE is responsible for designing  and implementing career management framework across the organization, development of talent pipeline for futuristic technologies, talent review for outcomes like promotion, deployment, criticality and potential identification, etc.

In my previous roles, I have worked in the areas of Performance Management, HRIT, HR Analytics & Manpower Planning and have been the HR Business Partner for industry leading business verticals in Engineering and R&D space. My areas of interest are organizational effectiveness and enabling HR through IT.

Core differentiator: Experimental approach

My approach of reinventing and innovating with a focus on the next, amidst ambiguous situations is my biggest differentiator. This can be ascertained by the success of the Career Management Process of HCL, that is social networking and crowd-sourcing-based. It has been acknowledged and awarded by various eminent bodies including the Brandon Hall Group, US; TISS – LeapVault CLO Gold Award, People Matters Leadership League Awards and has been profiled by CEB, HCLI etc.

The one thing I will:

Change in HR: Its image of being a non-strategic function 

Retain in HR: Expertise in Human Capital Management

My ideas to disrupt HR:

In the current scheme of things, I think leveraging the concepts of data science and crowd-sourcing can bring quantum leaps for the HR function

Here’s the list of other winners:

JAY THAKKAR - Head - Compensation & Benefits and HR Operations, Aditya Birla Housing Finance Limited

NEHA SHARMA - Senior Employee Relations Manager, ICICI Bank

AMIT PAPNEJA - Manager-Field Readiness, Asian Paints Ltd.

AVIJIT SHASTRI - Divisional Manager - Channel HR, Commercial Vehicle TATA Motors

NIRANJANA HARIKUMAR - Lead- Learning and Organizational Development, Piramal Group

AANCHAL BHUGRA KOTHARI - Senior HR Business Partner, Reliance Industries Ltd.

SOUMITRA ACHARYA - Head HR Analytics, Mahindra & Mahindra

KUMAR ABHIMANYU - Participant - Career Acceleration Program, Reliance Industries Ltd

ALI IMRAN SYED -Global Learning & Organization Development Manager, Avery Dennison 

RICHA SINGH - Senior HR Officer, HPCL

VARUN TANDON - Associate Consultant, Salto Dee Fe Consulting

BHRIGU JOSHI - Head - Talent Management & Development, MakeMyTrip.com

ABHINAV IYER - Senior Manager - Leadership & People Sciences, Wipro

BENJAMIN RAJKUMAR - Manager - Leadership Development, Titan Company Ltd 

NEHA SAXENA - Senior HR Business Partner, Adobe.

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