• SHRMTech19
  • SHRMTech19
22 - 23 May, 19
Hyderabad
11 Million+
Impressions
1500+ Delegates
12+ Countries
1.6 Million+
Accounts reached

SHRM HR TECH APAC 2019

Technological disruption and automation are transforming the Work, Worker, and Workplace. Whether you are a large multi-national company or a small to mid-sized business, your HR systems, and organizational processes must respond to the changing world of work.

At SHRM HR Tech APAC 2019, the spotlight will be on how People Managers cut through the jargon and explore how organizations are approaching this constant change, providing analysis of the latest in HR technology and the impact it has on business strategy.
The conference is a global platform which sees an attendance of over 1500 professionals from the world of work and brings them closer to expert opinions, global leaders and the latest trends in HR, Technology, and Workplace Innovation.
SHRM TECH APAC 2019 has been featured in 20 Best HR Conferences to attend in 2019 by Harver. See you there!

 
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SHRMTECH19 Ranked #2 among the 6 Best Conferences for Global HR Professionals to attend in 2019 by Forbes.
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Workshop on Game Based Learning

The experience will teach Focus areas including Collaborating in a chaotic world and Dealing with Uncertainty.

 

#SHRMTech19 Speakers

  • RaviShankar

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

    Spiritual Leader & Founder
    Art of Living
  • SharadSharma

    Sharad Sharma

    Co-founder, iSPIRT Foundation
  • ShawnDuBravac

    Dr. Shawn G. DuBravac

    Founder & President
    Avrio Institute
  • Jayesh Ranjan

    Jayesh Ranjan

    Secretary, Information Technology (IT)
    Govt. of Telangana
  • Vikas Gupta

    Vikas Gupta

    Managing Director
    Wiley India
  • ThamChienPing

    Tham Chien Ping (CP)

    Head HR
    Zuzu Hospitality Solutions
  • AlokNanda

    Alok Nanda

    CEO,
    GE India Technology Centre
  • RajRaghavan

    Raj Raghavan

    Senior VP, HR
    IndiGo (InterGlobe Aviation Ltd)
  • Kshitij Kashyap

    Kshitij Kashyap

    VP & Head Human Capital, India
    Optum Global Solutions
  • SashiKumar

    Sashi Kumar

    Head of Sales, India
    Indeed.com
  • RohiniSrivathsa

    Dr. Rohini Srivathsa

    National Technology Officer
    Microsoft India
  • Shraddhanjali Rao

    Shraddhanjali Rao

    VP, Human Resources
    SAP, India
  • MukulJain

    Mukul Jain

    CEO
    Hono HR
  • Muniinder K Anand

    Muniinder K Anand

    MD (India & South Asia)
    CCL
  • Arjun Nohwar

    Arjun Nohwar

    Heads the Asia Pacific region
    Uber for Business.
  • Anuranjita Kumar

    Anuranjita Kumar

    MD & Head of HR for International Hubs
    The Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Stacey Harris

    Stacey Harris

    VP, Research & Analytics
    Sierra-Cedar
  • SunilPuri

    Sunil Puri

    Head of Research, Asia-Pacific,
    Center for Creative Leadership
  • RimpalChawla

    Rimpal Chawla

    Founder & CEO
    Anitya Ventures
  • Engelbert Camasura

    Engelbert Camasura

    President & CEO
    Asia Select, Inc.
  • AmorMaclang

    Amor Maclang

    Marketing & Communications Innovator
    GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications Inc.
  • Aditya Kohli

    Aditya Kohli

    Chief HR Officer
    Clix Capital
  • GabrielBordado

    Gabriel Bordado

    Skills and Employability Specialist ILO DWT for South Asia and Country Office for India
  • Sumek Gopal

    Sumek Gopal

    Sr. Director- Human Capital
    Optum
  • Randeep Singh

    Randeep Singh

    Head of Business Operations,
    Hono HR
  • ShwetaMehrotra

    Shweta Mehrotra

    Chief Human Resources Officer
    Citi South Asia
  • GirishVenkataraman

    Girish Venkataraman

    Director, Corporate HR
    OLA
  • Sriram S R

    Sriram S R

    Director & Head-Human Capital
    Arcesium India Pvt Ltd
  • SumedhaSalunkheNaik

    Sumedha Salunkhe Naik

    CEO & Founder
    Syntellect
  • Brad Boyson

    Brad Boyson

    Executive Director
    SHRM MEA
  • Soumitra Roy

    Soumitra Roy

    Country Head
    Prometric India
  • Yashwant Mahadik

    Yashwant Mahadik

    President - Global HR & Co-Lead Business Transformation Office
    Lupin Global
  • Shalini Lal

    Dr. Shalini Lal

    Founder
    Infinity OD
  • Ayaskant Sarangi

    Ayaskant Sarangi

    Senior VP - Human Resources
    Wipro Limited
  • Uma Sankar

    Uma Sankar

    Head Learning & Development
    Infosys BPM
  • VC Sajjanar

    Sri. VC Sajjanar, IPS

    Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad
    Chairman - Society for
    Cyberabad Security Council
  • KrishnaKumar

    Krishna Kumar

    Founder & CEO
    Simplilearn
  • VaibhavGoel

    Vaibhav Goel

    Head - HR 2.0 Platform @Chairman's Office (Future of HR) & HR Function Performance & Governance
  • SmritiAhuja

    Smriti Ahuja

    Global HR & Learning Head
    Cognizant Digital Operations
  • EktaSingh

    Ekta Singh

    VP, Head HR (India)
    Capgemini
  • Pranav Vempati

    Pranav Vempati

    Chief Executive Officer
    Makers Hive Innovations
  • GauravLahiri

    Gaurav Lahiri

    Partner, Human Capital
    Deloitte India
  • AnandShankar

    Anand Shankar

    Partner, Human Capital
    Deloitte India
  • AchutanRao

    Achuta Narasimha Rao

    Former SVP, Global Head
    Cognizant Academy
  • Rajesh Kumar

    Rajesh Kumar

    Vice President
    TMI Network
  • Pankaj Bansal

    Pankaj Bansal

    Co-Founder & CEO
    PeopleStrong
  • CJayakumar

    DR. C. Jayakumar

    VP & Head - HR Divisional Corporate
    Larsen & Toubro Limited
  • SiddharthaGupta

    Siddhartha Gupta

    CEO
    Mercer | Mettl
  • SuchitraRajendra

    Suchitra Rajendra

    VP & CHRO
    PepsiCo India Region
  • S.V. Nathan

    S.V. Nathan

    Partner and Chief Talent Officer,
    Deloitte India
  • R Venkatanarayanan

    R Venkatanarayanan

    President- Corporate Services
    Rane Group
  • VenkateshPalabatla

    Venkatesh Palabatla

    CHRO
    M/s GMR Hyderabad International Airports.
  • Zulfikar Hyder

    Zulfikar Hyder

    CPO, HR & Learning Division of BRAC & BRAC International.
  • Ranjit Jose

    Ranjit Jose

    Co-Founder & Chief Revenue Officer
    Hyphen
  • Gajendra Chandel

    Gajendra Chandel

    President - HR
    Tata Motors Ltd
  • YogeshIngale

    Yogesh Ingale

    VP - Product & Technology
    R1 RCM
  • JohnCherian

    John Cherian

    Co-Founder &
    Exe.Directoren, Paradigm
  • Manmohan S Kalsy

    Manmohan S Kalsy

    CHRO
    United Breweries Limited
  • Noel Coutinho

    Dr. Noel Coutinho

    BHMS, MHA (TISS), AIII SVP,
    Ekincare
  • Judhajit Das

    Judhajit Das

    CHRO
    ICICI Prudential Life Insurance
  • PrashantPandey

    Prashant Pandey

    Country Manager
    Right Management (India)
  • VikramShroff

    Vikram Shroff

    Head, HR Laws (Employment & Labor)
    Nishith Desai Associates
  • RajTanwar

    Raj Tanwar

    Head HR India
    Concentrix
  • Anuj Kathuria

    Anuj Kathuria

    VP - Talent & Learning Platform
    Reliance Industries Limited
  • Dola Mukherjee

    Dola Mukherjee

    Human Resources
    Biocon
  • Prasad Rajappan

    Prasad Rajappan

    Founder and MD
    ZingHR
  • Avishkar Mehrotra

    Avishkar Mehrotra

    Chief People Officer
    Walmart India
  • Sallyann Della Casa

    Sallyann Della Casa

    Chief Identity Hacker
    GLEAC
  • Pallavi Kapoor

    Pallavi Kapoor

    VP HR
    Airtel
  • PiyushArya

    Piyush Arya

    Regional Director for South Asia
    Gallup
  • RajeevMendiratta

    Rajeev Mendiratta

    Global Head Resource Management Group
    DXC Technology
  • PaulGalante

    Paul Galante

    Director of Faculty, Coaching & Design APAC
    Center for Creative Leadership
  • Nishchae Suri

    Nishchae Suri

    President - Asia Pacific,
    Middle East & Africa
    EdCast
  • Rajnarayan

    R Rajnarayan

    Senior VP & CHRO
    Titan Company Limited.
  • Priyadarshi Bhattacharya

    Priyadarshi Bhattacharya

    Head, Human Resources
    DBS Asia Hub 2
  • Sanjay Virmani

    Sanjay Virmani

    Chief HRM
    Tata Steel Ltd
  • ChaitanyaSreenivas

    Chaitanya Sreenivas

    VP - HR & HR Head
    IBM ISA
  • Ashutosh Sharma

    Ashutosh Sharma

    Global Head Human Resources
    Pearl Global Industries Ltd (PGIL)
  • Anjul Pratyush

    Anjul Pratyush

    COO
    Think Talent Services
  • RahilAnsari

    Rahil Ansari

    Head
    Audi India
  • Bhrigu Joshi

    Bhrigu Joshi

    Director – Human Resources
    Makemytrip Group
  • Amit Arora

    Amit Arora

    Managing Director - India
    Egencia, Expedia Group
  • Arun Nathani

    Arun Nathani

    Ceo & Managing Director
    Cybage Software
  • NSRajan

    Dr. NS. Rajan

    CEO
    IDFC Foundation
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  • SameerDhanrajani

    Sameer Dhanrajani

    Chief Strategy Officer
    Fractal Analytics
  • Sheebu David

    Sheebu David

    CHRO - GE South Asia
    HR Head - GE India Technology
  • RajivKrishnan

    D. Rajiv Krishnan

    Managing Director
    Korn Ferry
  • Aquil Busrai

    Dr Aquil Busrai

    Chief Executive Officer
    Aquil Busrai Consulting
  •  
  • Ranjan Mohapatra

    Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra

    Director (HR)
    Indian Oil Corporation Limited
  • Leena Sahijwani

    Leena Sahijwani

    Vice President- Group Human Resources
    Tata Sons Private Limited
  • Reena Wahi

    Reena Wahi

    HR Leader
    Tata Realty And Infrastructure Ltd
  • RajatKumar

    Dr. Rajat Kumar

    Chief Electoral Officer
    Telangana
  •  
  • Prithvi Shergill

    Prithvi Shergill

    Co-Founder
    Co-create Tomorrow
  • Ketan Dewan

    Ketan Dewan

    CEO
    Talocity
  • Vinay Jaswal

    Vinay Jaswal

    AVP HR - Airport Operations & Customer Services
    Indigo
  • Kyle Lagunas

    Kyle Lagunas

    Director of Strategy
  •  
  • Vini Nair

    Vini Nair

    Regional Medical Director, APAC
    Corteva Agriscience
  • Sourav Mohapatra

    Sourav Mohapatra

    Head HR & Regional Director
    Hitachi Consulting
  • AjaySinghal

    Ajay Singhal

    Chief Financial Officer
    Gourmet Investments Pvt. Ltd
  • AtulSahgal

    Atul Sahgal

    Vice President
    Talent Acquisition, Infosys Limited
  • AjaySinghal

    VK Singh

    Senior General Manager
    PowerGrid
  • Sameer Mathur

    Sameer Mathur

    Director HR
    RBS India
  • PramodReddy

    Pramod Reddy

    Delivery Head, Cybersecurity &
    Risk Service, Wipro
  • Arjun Singh

    Arjun Singh

    Managing Director of Envestnet
    Yodlee
  • Mukesh Kataria

    Mukesh Kataria

    Senior Director L&D
    Capgemini
  • Anushree Tiwari

    Anushree Tiwari

    Director of Enterprise Sales
    Degreed
  • BidishaBanerjee

    Bidisha Banerjee

    Group VP Learning Culture & Employer Branding
    Welspun Group
  • AjaySridharan

    Ajay Sridharan

    Country Manager India & Head APAC
    Degreed
  • Ravi Hemnani

    Ravi Hemnani

    Head- Learning & Development India
    Siemens India
  • Rutinder Singh Negi

    Rutinder Singh Negi

    Head of Functional Capability & Group Young Leader Development
    Bajaj Finserv Group.
 
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#SHRMTech19 Agenda

 

Welcome note by Achal Khanna, CEO, SHRM India & Head - Global Business Development.

Achal Khanna

CEO, SHRM India & Head - Global Business Development

Achal Khanna

Hyderabad is the upcoming Silicon Valley of India and Jayesh Ranjan has had a key role in making it a hub for ideas and innovation for India. In this session he will share his thoughts on the growing importance of entrepreneurial leadership in organizations and what it means in the context of India.

JayeshRanjanJayesh Ranjan, IAS

Principal Secretary to Government of Telangana, Industries & Commerce (I&C) Department, & Information Technology, Electronics and Communications (ITE&C) Department

The accelerated advent of technology has resulted in a highly disruptive VUCA world, that we all live in today. The ability to deal with as well as manage change has become more critical than ever, and its impact is evidently visible in human and organizational lifecycles. The fall of giant multinationals and continuous reinvention by survivors in recent times has dwelled on a strategic shift in thought leadership focusing on financial and operational effectiveness. Sharad's session will focus on this 'orbit change' and how some organizations are more successfully innovating than others.

SharadSharmaSharad Sharma

Co-Founder, iSPIRT Foundation

The importance of striking the right balance between humans and machines is increasingly becoming imperative. Technology continues to disrupt and upend, and recruitment is no different. Join Sashi Kumar, Managing Director Indeed and Atul Sahgal, VP of Talent Acquisition, Infosys as they discuss the intersection of technology and recruitment and its implications for organizations such as Infosys. Gain insights on the extent to which technology can and is pushing the frontiers of talent acquisition.

SashiKumarSashi Kumar

Head of Sales - India, Indeed.com

AtulSahgalAtul Sahgal

VP TA,
Infosys

Data privacy concerns with social platforms such as Google and Facebook have become a growing Global concern. According to 'Cisco 2018 Annual Cyber Security Report', cyber-attacks have caused financial damages worth USD 500,000 to Indian firms in just the last year and a half. Cybersecurity issues are becoming more complex and the scope of breaches is expanding. How do organizations cope and mitigates this increasing threat? Are security agencies equipped to handle digital forensic concerns and what about the vulnerability from employee user behavior and increasing use of personal devices to manage work? Join this session as our panel will thrash out the impacts and possible mitigant to Digital Threats.

Yashwant MahadikYashwant Mahadik

CHRO - Lupin Global

VCSajjanar.jpgSri. VC Sajjanar, IPS

Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad

Vikram ShroffVikram Shroff

Head of HR Law, Nishith Desai Associates

Pramod ReddyPramod Reddy

Delivery Head, Cybersecurity & Risk Service, Wipro

In this special spotlight session we will share key insights onleveraging technology to stay connected with and engaging large, dispersed workforces.

Mukul JainMukul Jain

CEO, Hono HR

Ashutosh SharmaAshutosh Sharma

Global HR Head, Pearl Global

Workforce and workplace have always been complementary, and more so in these times of disruptive evolution. As the ecosystem turns primarily digital, the contours of work are fast getting redefined and reshaped. Explore the dimensions of such future workplaces with the leading organization leveraging automation and continuously pushing the frontiers of human-technologyinteractions.

ArjunNohwarArjun Nohwar

Head of Asia Pacific, Uber for Business

The Future of Work and the Future of Jobs are burning issues and have captured the attention of the world in recent times. Given the advancing intertwining of technology into our work; Automation; Digitization and the advent and rapid evolution of AI have set us on a path that is exciting and uncharted at the same time. A recent World Economic Forum report outlines 8 scenarios of the future of work by 2030, based on three variables - Speed of Technological Change; Learning Evolution and Talent Mobility. The WEF also predicts that in just three years, 42% of tasks would be performed by machines or algorithms from the current 29%. So what does the future of work hold and what will the nature of the beast be? Find out as our panel of experts hone in on the Future of Work.

Shalini LalDr. Shalini Lal

Founder, Infinity OD

RajRaghavanRajeev Mendiratta

Global Head Resource Management Group, DXC Technology

KyleLegunasKyle Lagunas

Talent Experience Expert

Chaitanya SreenivasChaitanya Sreenivas

VP HR & HR Head, IBM India South Asia

Amit AroraAmit Arora

MD India, Egencia

The war is on! Organizations today need to have clear and well thought out strategies for attracting talent. The landscape for Talent acquisition has shifted dramatically as well with the advent and adoption of technologies such as AI, blockchain and use of Big Data. Today marketing your employer brand has a huge role to play in getting the right talent into your organization. In this interactive and engaging session Sashi Kumar will share insights and ways to use digital marketing techniques to attract the right talent and share interesting insights on employer branding as well as tips and tricks on how to create an impactful employer brand that will attract the right talent. Sashi will throw light on the core elements of an effective digital employer brand, including selecting effective digital channels, crafting a message, and understanding your digital audience. Walk away with tactics that you can implement at your organizations immediately.

SashiKumarSashi Kumar

Head of Sales-India, Indeed.com

AI is literally re-shaping the world. In this session we focus on the real-value that organizations can deliver from AI and what may be its pitfalls! The panelists will delve into the key aspects of the workplaces where AI is making a BIG impact and what it means for us.

Aditya KohliAditya Kohli

CHRO, Clix Capital

Prithvi ShergillPrithvi Shergill

Co-Founder, Co-create Tomorrow

Englebert KamasureEnglebert Kamasure

President & CEO - Asia Select, Inc.

Krishna KumarKrishna Kumar

CEO, Simplilearn

SriramSriram S R

Director & Head HR, Arcesium India

Gigs or contract or freelance jobs are on the rise, with employees continuing to look for greater flexibility, more challenging work and accelerated learning. Reports indicate this workforce is growing at a whopping 14% annually, primarily driven by companies chasing growth or looking to keep pace with new business priorities while maintaining an agile and lean on-rolls employee population. Hence it is no surprise that India with its 15 million freelancers is contributing 33-50% of global gig economy. Join the panel in exploring its implications and what organizations need to start as well as stop doing for effectively managing such workforce.

Nishchae SuriNishchae Suri

President, India, SEA & Middle East, EdCast

Alok KumarAlok Kumar

Global Head - Client Services, Excelity Global

Rajeev MendirattaRajeev Mendiratta

Global Head Resource Management Group, DXC Technology

Mukesh KatariaMukesh Kataria

Senior Director L&D, Capgemini

The shift from relying on L&D to self-directed learning has left many organizations wondering where to focus their dollars and time in our worker-driven world. We think the best place to start is by understanding how your workforce learn so you can better enable the skills of employees as well as the capabilities of the organization. Join us for a workshop and deep dive on our ideas for moving forward more effectively.

Ajay SridharanAjay Sridharan

Country Manager India & Head APAC, Degreed Inc

Anushree TiwariAnushree Tiwari

Director of Enterprise Sales, Degreed Inc

How invested are your employees in the organisations wellbeing? How engaged and motivated are they? Today this is becoming a growing concern not just for HR, but for the CEO as well. Yet, several reasearch shows that employee engagement is a huge gap. Employee experience [EX] can be the game changer in creating an engaged workforce - what the employee feels, experiences and how they interact with the workplace. Technology can be a great leveler in making this happen. Join this session to learn more!

Reena WahiReena Wahi

HR Leader, Tata Realty & Infrastructure Ltd

MukulJainMukul Jain

CEO, Hono HR

Ashutosh SharmaAshutosh Sharma

Global HR Head, Pearl Global

Ajay SinghalAjay Singhal

Chief Financial Officer, Gourmet Investments

Technology is revolutionizing and rapidly automating businesses. The workforce is dueling bots for survival of employment, and there is a larger belief that of the children entering high school today, 65% will end up working in job categories that do not yet exist. The panel will discuss and outline what skills would be the most critical for the future workforce and how they are going about building the same.

Prashant PandeyPrashant Pandey

Country Manager, Right Management

Sheebu DavidSheebu David

CHRO, GE South Asia

Pallavi KapoorPallavi Kapoor

VP HR, Airtel

Pallavi KapoorVK Singh

Senior General Manager, Power Grid

Ketan DewanKetan Dewan

Founder & CEO, Talocity

Recruiting and keeping hold of top talent is always a top priority for companies. Organizations are constantly at a war over the best talent. Future-ready organizations around the world have already started adopting technology to make better people decisions. As per Mercer Mettl's State of Talent Acquisition 2019, 53% organizations have started adopting new-age talent measurement tools and techniques in their Talent Strategies. Learn how you can make the most of technology to make better people decisions.

Come, be a part of this panel discussion with us and find out
• Current Talent Management Practices
• Challenges faced by organizations, when it comes to implementing technology in Talent Management
• How top companies are solving these challenges using technology and data-backed tools
• The impact of leveraging technology in building a future-ready workforce

SiddharthaGuptaSiddhartha Gupta

CEO, Mercer Mettl

SV NathanSV Nathan

Partner & Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte India

SuchitraRajendranSuchitra Rajendra

CHRO, VP HR, Pepsico India

Uma SankarUma Sankar

Head Learning & Development, Infosys BPM

The term "Innovation" is often associated with game-changing ideas that shape organizations and/or the world. Research by Smith Brain Trust suggests that such high impact, dramatic innovations are relatively rare. Though worthy of pursuit, they're very difficult to achieve. What's more common is "continuous innovation", which is smaller and more frequent. These result in smaller gains, but more reliably advance the organization over time. In this session, our expert panelists throw light on how leaders can influence and drive a culture that harnesses as well as thrives on such continuous innovation.

Sunil PuriSunil Puri

APAC Director,
CCL

Sumek GopalSumek Gopal

Sr. Director
Human Capital, Optum

Smriti AhujaSmriti Ahuja

Global Head, Organisational Effectiveness, Cognizant

Raj TanwarRaj Tanwar

Head HR India , Concentrix

Priyadarshi BhattacharyaPriyadarshi Bhattacharya

Head HR, DBS Asia Technology Innovation Centre

India is expected to face a serious talent deficit following the onset of Industry 4.0. Advent of new-age technologies like AI, RPA, Data Analytics and Machine Learning has made it imperative for skills to be aligned with changing needs of the workplace. Join the panel as they outline the roadmap to being future-ready and increasing learnability quotient.

Vikas GuptaVikas Gupta

Managing Director, Wiley India

Sameer DhanrajaniSameer Dhanrajani

Chief Strategy Officer, Fractal Analytics & Member, WIAC

As per a recent study by Accenture, the skill gap is a burning need and a key challenge facing India's economy. The study highlights that close to 2 trillion dollars in India's GDP are at risk due to the skill gap. The World Economic Forum also underlines reskilling as an imperative. Bridging the skill gap is no small task. It will require tremendous and coordinated efforts from government, employers and organizations. Nor will it come cheap. The WEF pegs the cost of reskilling in the US alone to be at a whopping 34 Billion USD. This may be one of the most important and challenging tasks ahead for organizations and HRs role will be key in this shift.

Rimpal ChawlaRimpal Chawla

Founder & CEO - Anitya Ventures

Sallyann Della CasaSallyann Della Casa

Chief Identity Hacker, GLEAC

YogeshIngaleYogesh Ingale

VP and Head, Product & Technology, R1 RCM

AN RaoAN Rao

Former SVP, Global Head, Cognizant Academy & Member, WIAC

A special spotlight on the SHRM and Talent edge Learning Academy Case Study

AchalKhannaAchal Khanna

CEO - SHRM India &
Head - Global Business Development

Aditya MalikAditya Malik

CEO, Talent Edge

Raj TanwarRaj Tanwar

Head HR India, Concentrix

Launch of the SHRM HR Excellence Awards 2018 - Case Study Booklet.

AchalKhannaAchal Khanna

CEO - SHRM India &
Head - Global Business Development

Ranjan Kumar MohapatraRanjan Kumar Mohapatra

Director, IOCL

He personifies the new age inventor. She is a global HR Strategist. He builds drones. She builds organizational capabilities. He is at the helm of societal change. She drives leadership transformations. Join this candid conversation of an entrepreneur and a corporate leader on how they are dealing with the Techtonic shift in their own way and cultivating a vibrant people cultiure of innovation, risk and resilience.
Anuranjita KumarAnuranjita Kumar

MD Human Resources, RBS International Hubs

Pranav VempatiPranav Vempati

CEO, Maker's Hive Innovations

 
Networking Evening in Expo Area
Launch: SHRM Influencer Report 2019 on Digital Media
Evening Cocktails
 

Artificial intelligence and robotics are challenging traditional norms of work. Employers are increasingly incorporating digital tools and in turn, redefining work and what it means to be an employee. At the intersection of technological innovation and human work, there are a myriad of complexities developing. The new breed of quantified workers will enhance productivity and opportunities for business expansion but employers have to handle mounting privacy concerns and new challenges for executives. A host of emerging technologies offer opportunities for business expansion and potential efficiencies while creating new challenges executives must tackle. Now is the time for HR executives to prepare for the future.

ShawnGDubravacDr. Shawn G Dubravac

Founder & President, Avrio Institute

Deloitte Human Capital Trends report has established itself as the cornerstone of workforce insights over the years. Now in its 6th edition, Deloitte will unveil the 2019 report and share critical trends shaping the ecosystem of workforce, workplace, and work itself.

Anand ShankarAnand Shankar

Partner - Human Capital, Deloitte India

The longest running and most comprehensive HR systems research effort in the industry looks at the roadmaps organizations navigate and decisions they make regarding HR technology adoption, integration, processes, and people.
It provides practical data on emerging as well as innovative technology trends and helps organizations understand how they can capitalize on those trends.The research assists organizations with developing their HR systems strategy, devising a plan, justifying investments, and ultimately executing on their HR technology vision. A look at the findings for the HR Tech Landscape in Asia 2019

Stacey HarrisStacey Harris

VP - Research & Analytics, Sierra-Cedar

HR Technology has emerged as a direct and key contributor for business growth and shaping employee experience. No longer can organizations afford the luxury of not investing in right people technology or deferring the decision until later. This session will spotlight on key driving elements of such decision from CEO perspective and why this is becoming more imperative than ever.

Stacey HarrisNS Rajan

CEO, IDFC Foundation

Success Talks will spark the conversation, and get ideas flowing in the HR and Technology community on how people and technology are intertwining at a breakneck speed. As technology is veering towards plug-and-play applications which can be installed basis needs and convenience. This has resulted in splurge of mobile/tablet apps, easily available for download on Apple or Google store. Organization-driven platforms are increasingly adopting this approach, keeping up with the changing times and more importantly to enable a seamless experience for the employee. Learn more about how diverse industries are implementing it with HR technology and the benefits they are reaping. In our success talk session leaders throw light on their organization's unique journey towards leveraging and implementing technology to unleash superlative Human Capital value.

Manmohan KalsyManmohan Kalsy

CHRO, United Breweries Limited

Shraddhanjali RaoShraddhanjali Rao

VP Human Resources, SAP

Girish VenkataramanGirish Venkataraman

Director, Corporate HR, Ola

Girish VenkataramanBidisha Banerjee

Group VP Learning Culture & Employer Branding, Welspun

Launch of the SHRM & SAP SuccessFactors HR Technology Toolkit - the definitive guide to answer all your questions on HR technology implementation.

Achal KhannaAchal Khanna

CEO, SHRM India & Head - Global Business Development

Shraddhanjali RaoShraddhanjali Rao

VP Human Resources, SAP

It is imperative for organizations to select and invest in the right and effective HR technology that sustains their growth momentum, and that which makes it seamless for their employees to continue delivering organizational goals and priorities. Dimensioning project investment and deployment costs, and presenting a strong business case with cost-benefit analysis are a critical step in the process. The session will outline expectations from HR Technology and key components of the decision-making process.

PaulGalantePaul Galante

Director of Faculty, Coaching and Design APAC, CCL, Asia Pacific

Gajendra ChandelGajendra Chandel

President - HR at Tata Motors

YashwantMahadikYash Mahadik

CHRO, Lupin Global

Raj NarayananRaj Narayanan

Sr. VP & CHRO, Titan Industries Limited

An effective Digital strategy to engage employees must be holistic and is as much about the technology as it is about the Human angle. In this session our panelists will outline the blueprint for creating an effective Digital Employee Experience Strategy by leveraging technology

Ranjit JoseRanjit Jose

Co-Founder & CRO, Hyphen

Dola Mukherjee Dola Mukherjee

Global HR Business Partner, Biocon

Sanjay VirmaniSanjay Virmani

CHRO, Tata Steel

Raj NarayanRaj Narayan

CHRO, Titan

Changing workplace behaviors are prompting organizations to embark on numerous health and wellness initiatives for employees. The coverage and priority of such programs has continued to grow over time, encouraged by improved health outcomes, increased productivity, reduced healthcare costs and diminished absenteeism. The panelists will discuss next frontiers for such programs, and how organizations can leverage technology for increased effectiveness.

Rajiv KrishnanRajiv Krishnan

Country Managing Director, Korn Ferry

NoelCoutinhoDr. Noel Coutinho

SVP, Ekincare

CJayakumarDr. Jayakumar C

VP & Head HR, Divisional Corporate, L&T Constructions

Shweta MehrotraShweta Mehrotra

Chief Human Resources Officer, Citi South Asia

Vini NairDr. Vini Nair

Regional Medical Director, Corteva Agriscience

Workplaces across the globe are experiencing accelerated and disruptive change fueled by breakneck technological advancements. Studies indicate that corporate culture is perhaps the strongest determinant of continued organizational success in such times, and the bellwether to strongly counter the turbulence and uncertainty associated with it. Its foundation lies in work and process simplification, adoption of design thinking, meaningful work, clearly outlining growth opportunities and trusted leadership amongst others in systematically building the organizational milieu. Join the panel in learning how organizations are redesigning employee experience to build more effective and successful organizations of the future.

PiyushAryaPiyush Arya

Regional Director, Gallup

Venkatesh PalabatlaVenkatesh Palabatla

CHRO, GMR Hyderabad International Airports

Suchitra KerkarSuchitra Kerkar

Global Head - Human Resources, Tech Mahindra Business Services

Sameer MathurSameer Mathur

Director HR, RBS

Neethan D’SouzaNeethan D’Souza

VP HR, ACT

Technology has been the true enabler of Global talent leading to an open, collaborative and agile economy and encouraging seamless flow of workers, ideas and information. Organizations are increasingly taking advantage by reframing a dynamic talent model and leveraging diffusion of ideas and insights to grow their business. Get to know what skills and qualities are making a difference, and what will matter for the effective worker of the future.


Soumitra RoySoumitra Roy

Country Head, Prometric India

VinayJaswalVinay Jaswal

AVP HR - Airport Operations & Customer Services, Indigo

ThamChienPing.jpgTham Chien Ping

Head HR, Zuzu Corporate Services

EktaSinghEkta Singh Lal

VP HR, Capgemini

Automation, AI, machine learning, chatbots, blockchain. The list of technologies that are transforming HR and the workplace is ever-growing., allowing us to focus on high-value tasks and increase in productivity. Technology can take up the repetitive tasks and also help increase accuracy and reduce errors What is the role of HR in this mix and how do we ensure the we don't lose sight of the Human in HR? Join this session to gain insights on the role HR must play in this dynamic scenario.


Brad BoysonBrad Boyson

Exe. Director, Regional Operations, SHRM EMEA

Anjul PratyushAnjul Pratyush

COO, Think Talent Services

AyaskantSarangiAyaskant Sarangi

SVP HR, Wipro

JudhajitDasJudhajit Das

CHRO, ICICI Prudential

In this session Rajesh will take us through TMI's journey in leveraging HR technology for enhance HR service delivery.

Rajesh KumarRajesh Kumar

Vice President, TMI Network

The gap between skill and demand is widening,. There are many estimations and predictions of the skills of the future and what new jobs, automation and new age technology will create. Jobs we do today may possibly not exist in the next 15 years and a host of new jobs as yet unimagined will come into existence. How do we skill our people in this scenario? In this session our panelists will throw light on what the future of learning holds.

KrishnaKumarKrishna Kumar

CEO, Simplilearn

Abraham ZachariahAbraham Zachariah

SVP Learning & Talent Development, HSBC

Bhrigu JoshiBhrigu Joshi

Director - Human Resources, MMT

Research indicates that we retain 95% of a message when watching it in a video compared to 10% when reading it in text. Hence it comes as no surprise that over the years, organizations have been investing heavily in bolstering video-learning content in their overall training arsenal. Mobile learning, microlearning and virtual reality are further disrupting this space and transforming the very narrative of how such content has been traditionally delivered. Join us to learn how video-based trainings are proving to be multifold more effective in all facets of corporate training and how organizations are successfully building learning strategies around it.

Aquil BusraiAquil Busrai

SHRM Advisory Board

Anuj KathuriaAnuj Kathuria

VP - Talent and Learning Platform, RIL

Rutinder Singh NegiRutinder Singh Negi

National Head Group Learning Academy, Bajaj Finserv

Sourav MohapatraSourav Mohapatra

Head HR - India, Hitachi Consulting

Ravi HemnaniRavi Hemnani

Head - Learning Campus India, Siemens

The absence of women professionals who work in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields is a critical problem. While technology as an industry is very progressive and women make up 40% of the world's workforce, women are still under-represented within India. In this session we throw the spotlight on women who have defied the norm and succeeded in the space of technology.
Leena SahijwaniLeena Sahijwani

VP Group Human Resources, Tata Group

Rohini SrivathsaDr. Rohini Srivathsa

National Technology Officer Microsoft India

SumedhaSalunkheSumedha Salunkhe

Naik CEO & Founder, Syntellect India

Amor McLangAmor McLang

Marketing & Communications Innovator GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications Inc.

Join the finalists of the SHRM Workplace Hackathon to witness the next BIG idea that will change the workplace
"Technology has made the world shrink into a village. It is humanness and spirituality that can make it into a family; a One World Family" - Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. In this session, we look forward to understanding the true purpose of technology, and why human values play a critical role in determining how it is harnessed.
RaviShankarSri Sri Ravi Shankar

Humanitarian, Spiritual Leader and an Ambassador of Peace

They say information is power - well technology and the internet have given us THAT power and how! There is no doubt that Technology has huge advantages. We have never been more connected than we are today. Big Data, effective global teams, collaboration, learning, Automation, work flexibility and the list of what Technology does for us goes on. On the flipside, it had intruded into our daily lives at a very basic level. Ever left your smart phone home or have it die out on you?, Ever caught yourself checking just one last message or mail before going to bed? Ever hear your phone ring - in your sleep or when its not? As per psychological studies the technology is making us anxious caused by stressors such as FOMO, perpetual distractedness, Sleep disorders, fear of social judgement etc.
So, is Technology increasing our Productivity or our Stress? Join the SHRM Debate to find out !
Pankaj BansalPankaj Bansal

CEO, People Strong


ShawnDuBravacDr. Shawn G Dubravac

Founder and President, Avrio Institute

Arun NathaniArun Nathani

CEO, Cybage

SmritiAhujaSmriti Ahuja

Global Head, Organisational Effectiveness, Cognizant

Arjun SinghArjun Singh

Managing Director, Yodlee India

Rahil AnsariRahil Ansari

Country Head, Audi India

KshitijKashyapKshitij Kashyap

Head Human Capital India, Optum Global

For generations, games have been used to teach concepts, skills, and knowledge. Chess was used to teach strategic thinking as far back as the Middle Ages, and the game of Kreigsspiel was invented in 1812 specifically to teach Prussian officers strategy. Games are challenging, interesting, and engaging. And with the ever-enhancing technology landscape, games are more immersive than ever. Individual or massive multiplayer online games have grown exponentially in the last few years, and projections only show gaming consumption increasing. The core concept behind game-based learning is teaching through repetition, failure and the accomplishment of goals.

As the retention and engagement-crisis increases and the attention span constantly decreases, game based learning can act as a remedy. When an organization needs to upskill employees, drive user-engagement, change a certain behavior or solve a business problem-in all these situations well-structured and customized game based learning can act as a "magical wand".

According to The 2016-2021 Worldwide Game-Based Learning Market, a report released August 2016 from Ambient Insight, worldwide revenues for game-based learning products reached $2.6 billion in 2016. The study reports that the global five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is a robust 22.4 percent, and predicts that revenues will surge to $7.3 billion by 2021.

So, wouldn't you want to learn more about Game based learning? Come, join us for an energetic hand-on session! This will be a fun immersive learning experience in which teams of learners will play a game and try to win. The experience will teach Focus areas including Collaborating in a chaotic world and Dealing with Uncertainty.

Mohsin MemonMohsin Memon

Founder & CEO, Memcorp Immersive Learning

 

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Start-up

What is SHRM APAC Start-up Network?

Technological advancements have seen the HR industry evolve itself into a Business Centre. As a result, companies that treat HR as a business function have had stupendous growth. Behind this evolution, companies should credit their success to new-age technologies and new-age companies that are a brain-child behind innovative products and solutions.
Organizations are in constant need for new ideas, better solutions to maximize user experience at the lowest possible cost. Maybe this is one of the reasons that the HR Tech Market in India is pegged at between $600-700 million!

There are solution-providers out there for all your business challenges and needs. But, with a myriad of options available, the ones with true potential sometimes go unnoticed. To provide such start-ups, small business a recognizable platform and foster innovation, SHRM India has launched a special Start-up initiative, SHRM APAC Start-up Network.

 

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#SHRMTech19 Start-up Mentor

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    Rimpal Chawla

    Founder & CEO
    Anitya Ventures
  • Gaurav Bakshi

    Gaurav Bakshi

    Co-Founder & Managing Partner
    Strat-Board
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    DR. GP Rao

    Founder
    Good people Relations
  • Tanuja Abburi

    Tanuja Abburi

    Founder
    BeyondPinks.com
  • George Oommen

    George Oommen

    Director - HR
    Technology & Process Consulting
  • RuchiBhatia

    Ruchi Bhatia

    Social Brand Practitioner & Recruitment Branding Leader
    IBM
  • Aditya Malik

    Aditya Malik

    Senior Partner
    Lumis Partners
  • Sudhir Gadh

    Sudhir Gadh

    CEO, Access Management
    Services (P) Ltd.
  • SubbaRaju Pericherla

    SubbaRaju Pericherla

    Board Member, TIE Hyderabad & Founder
    CrossBorders
  • RavikanthReddyJ

    Ravikanth Reddy J

    Founder & CEO
    PQuest Human Resources Pvt.Ltd
  • Phani Pattamatta

    Phani Pattamatta

    Executive Director
    TiE Hyderabad
 


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