News: Ex Coca-Cola HR Head joins Sony Pictures as CHRO

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Ex Coca-Cola HR Head joins Sony Pictures as CHRO

Her expertise lies in Organization Design & Effectiveness, Talent & Development, HR Transformation, Change and Digital Innovation. Interestingly, she started her career in 1996 in Tata Unisys as a financial analyst.
Ex Coca-Cola HR Head joins Sony Pictures as CHRO

Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has appointed Manu Wadhwa as Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) for the network. In her last assignment, Manu was associated with Coca-Cola, as the Head of Human Resources - India and South West Asia. 

With over two decades of experience in the human resources function across various industries and countries, Manu has piloted workplace and people agenda of globally dynamic organizations like GE and American Express. Her expertise lies in Organization Design & Effectiveness, Talent & Development, HR Transformation, Change and Digital Innovation. Interestingly, she started her career in 1996 in Tata Unisys as a financial analyst.   

She is a member of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) – National Leadership & HR Committee, Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) – Asia Pacific Advisory Board, Chandigarh University Corporate Advisory Board and Jombay Think Tank Forum. She holds a Master’s from SCMHRD, Pune and is a graduate of the GE Human Resources Leadership Program (#HRLP). 

Commenting on the appointment, N.P. Singh, Managing Director & CEO, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), said, “It is our constant endeavour to build SPN as an engaging and empowering workplace. As a member of SPN’s leadership team, Manu will play a vital role in working towards this goal. She will lead the HR function and I am confident that under her leadership, we will continue to build a culture that attracts and retains the best talent.”  

 

Topics: Appointments, C-Suite

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