News: BP to aid RIL in revamping HR practices

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BP to aid RIL in revamping HR practices

Mukesh Ambani-controlled Reliance IndustriesBSE 0.48 % (RIL) has kicked off an exercise to implement a few contemporary human resource practices of its joint venture partner BP Plc, as it prepares to nurture diverse talent to face the challenges of future. A team led by oil giant BP’s vice-president (HR) David Oxley is currently in Mumbai to review RIL’s HR systems. BP executives and RIL’s HR team are, in fact, working together to introduce large-scale digitisation and technology deployment for various people processes. India’s largest private sector company, which is fast expanding its global operations, is looking to mould talent who can take up responsibilities anywhere in the world. RILBSE 0.48 % had conceived a programme called Reliance Accelerated Leadership Programme (RALP) in 2010 to groom a new breed of future leaders.

Mukesh Ambani-controlled Reliance IndustriesBSE 0.48 % (RIL) has kicked off an exercise to implement a few contemporary human resource practices of its joint venture partner BP Plc, as it prepares to nurture diverse talent to face the challenges of future. A team led by oil giant BP’s vice-president (HR) David Oxley is currently in Mumbai to review RIL’s HR systems. BP executives and RIL’s HR team are, in fact, working together to introduce large-scale digitisation and technology deployment for various people processes. India’s largest private sector company, which is fast expanding its global operations, is looking to mould talent who can take up responsibilities anywhere in the world. RILBSE 0.48 % had conceived a programme called Reliance Accelerated Leadership Programme (RALP) in 2010 to groom a new breed of future leaders.

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