News: OYO India elevates six leaders to Vice Presidents

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OYO India elevates six leaders to Vice Presidents

While the duties and responsibilities of the individuals remain largely unchanged, the designation accords them a greater role both in business decision making and accountability.
OYO India elevates six leaders to Vice Presidents

OYO India & South Asia elevated six of its key leaders to Vice President positions. While the duties and responsibilities of the individuals remain largely unchanged, the designation accords them a greater role both in business decision making and accountability.

OYO is a strong believer in the principle of distributed Leadership and the elevation of the six leaders is a testament to the company's ability to walk the talk.

Speaking on the development, Rohit Kapoor, CEO, India and South Asia, OYO shared, “The real test of an organization’s commitment to first principles of Meritocracy, Diversity and Learning & Development lie in its ability to continue to empower and back good talent through good and tough times/thick and thin. Ensuring that we are recognizing the contributions of our ground teams and regional leaders is especially important during this time. We are happy to elevate the six deserving leaders to VP positions and hope that they will continue to inspire and create a lasting impact on the India SA organization.”

The six leaders who have been elevated as Vice Presidents include:

Jagnoor Singh, As Region Head - East, he is responsible for managing operations, partner and customer relations across the region.

Alok Juneja, As Region Head - West I, he is responsible for managing hotel operations and on-ground teams in Mumbai, Indore and Nagpur.

Abhishek Thard - As Region Head - West II, he is responsible for managing hotel operations and on-ground teams in Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Pune and Goa.

Pankhuri Sakhuja - As the Head, Business Excellence for the Frontier Business, she has been leading from the front in managing operations and revenue streams.

Ashish Chawla - As the Head of Franchise Operations, he has been helping develop and improve the customer feedback and response mechanisms

Rachit Srivastava- As the Head of Supply Network Management for the Franchise Business, he has been instrumental in improving the online and offline communication framework with asset owners across the country

OYO India has built a strong talent pool over the years as reflected in its management bench strength

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Topics: Leadership, #Appointments

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