Video: 10 Burning questions facing GICs to become future-ready

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10 Burning questions facing GICs to become future-ready

In this webcast by People Matters and Enparadigm, uncover how the GICs can become a world-class talent hub and continue to be the center of efficiency by being at the vanguard of productivity enhancements.

The Global In-house Center (GIC) model accounts for over 25 percent (US$38–42 billion) of the global offshore services market.

The contributions of a GIC are an integral part of an organization’s overall value chain. It is no surprise that global players all over the world are now making astute investments to build strategically strong and well-positioned GICs in regions best served for rapid growth. GICs in India now number about 1,100, employing more than 800,000 individuals and generating approximately $23 billion in revenue.

Undoubtedly, GICs are seen as great value additions to their parent companies. However, due to unprecedented digital disruption in industries worldwide, the role of Indian GICs needs to evolve.

But how do GICs enable their growth and become the GICs of the future?

In this webcast by People Matters and Enparadigm, uncover how the GICs can become a world-class talent hub and continue to be the center of efficiency by being at the vanguard of productivity enhancements.

  • What is the changing role of GICs?
  • What are the top talent challenges ahead for GICs to become future-ready?
  • What should be the right talent strategy for becoming the GICs of the future?
  • How technology can generate sustainable competitive advantage for the GICs?
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Topics: Talent Management, #Webinar

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