XLRI to Host 7th National HR Conference

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XLRI – Xavier School of Management, one of India’s premier B-Schools, is all set to organize the 7th National HR Conference on 10th and 11th January, 2015 at XLRI Campus, Jamshedpur.

The theme of the conference is “Social HR and Technological Applications in HR”.

The 2-day event would bring together prominent academicians and industry leaders to discuss some of the most pertinent questions related to HR today and address issues like ‘Competencies in Digital Workspaces’ and ‘HR Analytics‘.

  • Conceptualized and organized by the flagship HR committee at XLRI – SAPPHIRE, the conference shall witness industry stalwarts like Mr. Pankaj Bansal (CEO, People Strong), Mr. Abhijit Bhaduri (Chief Learning Officer – Wipro), Mr. T. Shivaram (Director- HR – SAP Labs India), Mr. Gautam Ghosh (Talent Director, Flipkart) amongst others.
  • “Human Resources Management plays a key role behind the success and performance of a company. HRM encompasses strategic management of the employees, who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectives of the organization. Today, in this era of digital evolution, it is essential for human resources professionals to realize the impact of the fast-paced, ever-changing digitalization in their jobs and workplaces – not only today, but in the future. In this 7th National HR Conference, we look forward to deliberate and shed light on the new directions and developing trends within the HR domain across industries in light of the digital boom”, remarked Fr. E.Abraham, S.J, Director, XLRI – Xavier School of Management.
  • The 7th National HR Conference at XLRI would also witness release of results of the 2nd National HR Survey- a first-of-its-kind endeavor by an Indian B-school.
  • On the occasion, the grand of the inter B-school quiz league “Battle HRoyale” would be held. Among the finalists would be teams from leading business management institutes. Besides, the conference would also witness presentation of research papers from students and schools providing further insight into the theme of “Social HR and Technological Applications in HR” and the launch of Synapse, the annual HR magazine compiled by SAPPHIRE.

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