Abhijit is a prolific author and has 20 years of experience in HR. He has worked with several Indian and multinational companies across different sectors in India, SE Asia and the US. He is the author of the novel titled, Mediocre But Arrogant. He has a Masters degree from XLRI and has also completed a degree in law. He has written for several publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Economic Times, and the Hindu Business Line. He was voted among top ten HR influencers on social media by SHRM.
About 50 percent of the S&P 500 will be replaced over the next 10 years. Already yesterdays aspirational employers like US Steel, Dell, and the New York Times have been replaced by Facebook, Under Armor and Netflix.
The jobs that follow the "faster, higher, stronger" principle will be taken over by machines while the jobs that involve dealing with ambiguity, human emotions and dealing with changing rules will be left to humans.
The article projects two viewpoints about employee monitoring- one, how it can improve the pace of work and delivery time and other how it can hamper employees' intrinsic motivation. To know more, read on.
What makes this book useful is the range of companies and approaches that are deconstructed for you to choose from. What comes through clearly is that it is not the budget that ensures development. It is the willingness of the C-Suite to shape the agenda actively and participate in creating the context.