News: Hexaware Technologies appoints new Chief People Officer

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Hexaware Technologies appoints new Chief People Officer

Vishwanath Joshi joins Hexaware from Great Place to Work, India where he was the Practice Head, involved in driving culture building programs with medium to large organizations in various sectors.
Hexaware Technologies appoints new Chief People Officer

Hexaware Technologies, a leading provider of IT, BPO and consulting services has named Vishwanath Joshi as its Chief People Officer, following the retirement of Amberin Memon.

R Srikrishna, CEO and Executive Director, Hexaware Technologies stated, “One of the biggest transformations we need to undergo to be multi-billion-dollar organization is a cultural transformation. I believe Vish is the best person to lead us through this transformation.”

Joshi joins Hexaware from Great Place to Work, India where he was the Practice Head, involved in driving culture-building programs with medium to large organizations from varied sectors. 

On his appointment, Joshi said, “Building a great culture is a team sport and my best strength in this journey is a collaborative and competent leadership team at Hexaware. My role is to build on this strength and create something special out of this opportunity I have been given.”

Joshi’s appointment comes as SVP Amberin Memon is retiring from Hexaware after 25 years of working in a variety of leadership roles. Joshi is a Post Graduate in Human Resource Management from Pune University and a Doctorate in HRD and Organizational Development from Academy of HRD, Ahmedabad.

With over 20 years of professional experience across corporate, academic, research and consulting areas, Joshi brings with himself a rich and diverse experience in areas around strategic HR, organizational development and leadership, much needed to undergo the cultural transformation Hexaware is aiming for.

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