The first day of People Matters Tech HR Conference will focus on one of the most important metrics for any organization- productivity. In today’s dynamic world, which is witnessing digital disruption every second, organizations need to look at employee productivity in a new light. The focus is not alone on how to measure productivity in this digitally disrupted world but also on enhancing it with access to newer technologies such as AI, automation, data analytics.
It is no secret that engaged employees are the most productive. So organizations today are relying upon everything from gamification to data and analytics to enhance employee productivity. They need to create opportunities for employees to do what they do best. How can they anticipate changes to the productivity paradigm? How can they best use technology to automate what’s repetitive in order to free up employees for more productive tasks? How can they help unleash the true hidden potential of their employees?
These are the questions which some of the top sessions of Tech HR day one will address. Here’s a sneak peek at those sessions which will seek to unravel the new productivity paradigm.
Best time of our careers - Mindset, people, process & technology
In this keynote session, Jason Averbook, CEO & Co-founder, Leapgen, will speak about how we can no longer disrespect the year we live in and work differently inside organizations. We must think with a “digital first” mindset and develop skills, the tools, and the processes to take advantage of this time. Our people are ready, our processes can be ready and the technology is ready; our question is, are we ready?
The new productivity paradigm: CEOs' perspectives
How are CEOs of top organizations looking at key productivity dimensions for talent, technology, and transformation for today and tomorrow? In this keynote session, Sunil Sood, MD & CEO, Vodafone India, Deep Kalra, Chairman & Group CEO, MakeMyTrip.com, Naina Lal Kidwai, Chairman, Max Financial Services, Anil Chaudhry, Country President & Managing Director, Schneider Electric, and Ester Martinez, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, People Matters throw light on how CEOs of top organizations looking at key productivity dimensions for today & tomorrow, talent paradigms, technology opportunities & new ways of work?
From Data & Insights to Cost & Productivity
Manpower costs as a percentage of sales despite increased adoption of technology and automation has gone up. In this session, talent leaders from APAC region which include Lokesh Payik, Chief of Digital Enterprise, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions, Aileen Tan, Group CHRO, Singtel, Krish Shankar, Group Head HR, Infosys, Ketan Kapoor, Co-Founder & CEO, Mettl, and SV Nathan, Partner and Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte, brainstorm over ways of extracting wisdom from a plethora of available labels, constructs and data to push organizational output.
What are some of the newer examples of cause and effect relationships that are defining organizational and talent productivity? Join talent leaders from APAC region on the pursuit of leveraging the power of data to drive productivity.
Masterclass: A roadmap for leveraging AI & Automation for superior performance
In this masterclass by Kashyap Kompella, CEO, rpa2ai Research, learn how to overview and use cases of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and build a roadmap to automate repetitive tasks in the workplace.
Unlocking the true human potential through Mind Mapping
In this cognitive era, organizations are striving to emerge as thinking entities and utilize their human resource brain power to the maximum. In this closing keynote, Tony Buzan, Inventor of Mind Mapping, Brain Expert will throw light on his invention of The Mind Map.
A Mind Map is a powerful graphic technique which provides a universal key to unlock the potential of the brain. It harnesses the full range of cortical skills – word, image, number, logic, rhythm, colour and spatial awareness – in a single, uniquely powerful manner. In so doing, it gives you the freedom to roam the infinite expanses of your brain. A Mind Map can be applied to every aspect of life where improved learning and clearer thinking will enhance human performance.
A Mind Map can be instrumental in managing the human brain productivity and navigating through the high tech complexities and dangerous information overload.
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