From 'Structured' to 'agile' – How should HR navigate shifting expectations?

Date and time: 20th November 2018, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
India Time (Mumbai, GMT+05:30)

As the world of work becomes more unified and well connected, progressive organizations are identifying ways to structure themselves to future-proof themselves.

The 2018 India CEO Outlook report says that 86% of the CEOs consider ‘agility’ to be the new currency of business, according to a recent study by KPMG. They believe attaining organizational agility is pivotal for their companies to thrive and evolve in the current market. What is the role of HR in meeting this new expectation?

The HR organization has to move from ‘point in time supply and demand’ analyses of the workforce to ‘continuous analysis of workforce and skills.’ From ‘year-end appraisals’ to ‘continuous performance reviews’ and from ‘pyramid hierarchies’ to ‘team-based agile structures’ with value addition at the center. It needs to move from just ‘employees’ to ‘humans and bots’ & much more.
This webcast will help identify the key drivers shaping this shift. Here’s what we will cover:

  1. Why is the HR organization moving from “structured” to “agile” approaches?
  2. What are the key drivers changing the HR organization?
  3. How should HR navigate the multiple shifts towards agility?
  4. What are the challenges and opportunities that ‘agility’ will present?

Our Speakers:

Shaakun Khanna

Shaakun Khanna
Head of Human Capital Management Applications, APAC
Oracle Corporation

Swati Anuj Rustagi

Swati Anuj Rustagi
Director & Chief People Officer
Max Healthcare

Our Partner: Oracle


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