SHRM India in Association with SAP SuccessFactors presents Human Capital Connect 2019 | Mumbai

Human Capital Connect 2019 - MUMBAI

We are living in one of the most exciting & dynamic times and are continuing to see breakthrough technological innovations that are triggering changes in the way we live, work and demonstrate in the advanced economies. Digital transformation is inevitable and the HR industry needs to act as a catalyst for all that is changing in the world of work. Are organizations embracing technology with minimal turbulence or are they adopting technologies that will ensure minimal turbulence and maximum advancement?

In this context, SHRM India and SAP Success Factors have come together to create a platform that will talk about the new innovations at the workplace and create a futuristic ecosystem that will define and shape the HR. Join for Human Capital Connect 2019 series in Hyderabad, Mumbai & Delhi.

    Takeaways:
  • Learning about workplace automation and its impact
  • Industry trends around collaborative workplaces
  • Impact of technology and gig economy on the HR profession


Date - 13th June, 2019

Venue - St. Regis, Imperial Hall | Mumbai

 

 

Glimpse of HCC Series at Mumbai

Hear What Leaders from the Leading Brands at HCC - 2019 have to say about SAP SuccessFactors
Building a compelling Business Case for HR Transformation
Success Talks by Manu Wadhwa, CHRO - Sony Pictures
 
We’ve Come a Long Way - The Human Revolution
The Journey on becoming a world - class employer
Game Based Learning
 
Nirav Jagad Chief People Officer, Nykaa
Fueling Growth in the Experience Economy
The Big Debate
 
Rewriting the Rules for Employee Learning in the Digital Age
Enhancing Employee Experience through SAP SuccessFactors

Agenda

Welcome note by Achal Khanna, CEO, SHRM India

Achal Khanna
Achal Khanna

CEO, SHRM India & Head - Global Business Development

The stock of the HR professional is rising, with some practitioners being asked to join the C-suite instead of just visiting it. Many organizations are ditching the title "HR manager" for monikers such as chief happiness officer, director of talent-attraction strategy and even head of optimistic people. Future titles are likely to reflect the growing focus on technology and analytics in the field. But, embracing technology doesn't mean taking humans out of the equation - but enhancing them - by better recruitement, retention and learning tactics. It's time for HR to redefine its value. The new HR operating model needs to:

  • • Embrace the new work equation including the new digital workforce, a flexible workplace, and employees as consumers
  • • Understand and champion the role of the manager and new ways of driving business results through performance management
  • • Infuse technology, data, and analytics into all that HR does

Let's find out what our thought leaders have to say!

JillPopelka
Jill Popelka

Senior Vice President, Head of SAP SuccessFactors

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 decisions from a CEO perspective and why this is becoming more imperative than ever.

PrinceAugustin
Dr. Prince Augustin

EVP - Group Human Capital & Leadership Development - Mahindra & Mahindra


SAP has received many awards for being an awesome place to work. Their secret? A culture that lets employees shine! Whether it is wanting to work remotely, learning a new skill, or enjoying a healthy work / life balance and being part of a diverse workplace culture.. whatever the goal, they make sure you reach them.

ShraddhanjaliRao
Shraddhanjali Rao

VP Human Resources, SAP


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

Achal Khanna
Achal Khanna

CEO, SHRM India & Head - Global Business Development

JillPopelka
Jill Popelka

Senior Vice President, Head of SAP SuccessFactors

ShraddhanjaliRao
Shraddhanjali Rao

VP Human Resources, SAP


MichaelCiocia
Michael Ciocia

Regional Head of Customer Engagement, APJ and Greater China, SAP


Nida Shahid
Nida Shahid

Associate Director, SHRM India


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 crticial step in the process. Hear point of views from HR & business that will outline expectations from HR Technology and key components of the decision-making process.
Garima Kadiwala
Garima Kadiwala

Director - SAP SuccessFactors, India/SA

Ranjan Bandyopadhyay
Ranjan Bandhopadhyay

VP and Head Governance and Compliance - TCS

JaganReddy
Jagan Reddy

VP HR - Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

Nikhil Shembekar
Nikhil Shembekar

Head, HR Digital - RPG Group

Adhir Mane
Adhir Mane

CHRO - Raymond

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. 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.
Nirav Jagad
Nirav Jagad

Chief People Officer, Nykaa

For generations, games have been used to teach concepts, skills, and knowledge. Games are challenging, interesting, engaging, and with the ever-enhancing technology landscape, games are more immersive than ever. with the employee retention and engagement-crisis increasing and the attention spans constantly decreasing, game based learning can act as a remedy. Whether an organization needs to upskill employees, drive user-engagement or solve a business problem - game based learning can act as an effective tool. Join us for an energetic hand-on session to know more about it.
Mohsin Memon
Mohsin Memon

CEO, Memcorp Immersive Learning


The nature of work is changing faster than ever before. The digital transformation is impacting people in all industries. New jobs are appearing and at the same time, jobs are disappearing because technology is advancing and business models are changing to adapt to the digital transformation. How should organizations help employees survive in this dynamic and volatile space? How should they change the way learning happens? The overall learning landscape has experienced a great deal of transformation during the last few years. There are new sets of virtual reality and assessment tools being integrated into the marketplace of next-generation learning management systems. Learning experience platforms are paving way for micro-learning. Employees are embracing digital tools to access content that helps them learn on the job, but organizations often still rely heavily on in-person classroom-style training. Does that need to change?
Bidisha Banerjee
Bidisha Banerjee
Group Vice President, Learning Culture & Employer Branding- Welspun Group
Vasant Sanzgiri
Vasant Sanzgiri

Group Head Human Resources - Shapoorji Pallonji Group

Swati Sarangee
Dr. Swati Sarangee

Head - Capability Development, Corporate HR - Larsen & Toubro

TusharVaidya
Tushar Vaidya
GM - Talent Management, Leadership Development & OD, Diversity- Mahindra & Mahindra (FSS Sector)
Neville Postwalla
Neville Postwalla

Associate Vice President - Talent Management - Harbinger Group

The SHRM and SAP Human Capital Connect Survey is an ongoing survey being conducted in order to understand trends around levers to unlock HR effectiveness from industry experts
Drashti Desai
Drashti Desai

Knowledge Advisor, SHRM India

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. 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.
Manu Wadhwa
Manu N Wadhwa

CHRO - Sony Pictures Networks India

We all know that managing and improving workforce experiences is not about pinpointing a single event or moment. Organizations need to continuously listen to the beliefs, emotions, and intentions of employees at every moment that matters across the entire employee journey. In this session, Ruchir will take you through SuccessFactors innovations which will help elevate the employee experience.
Ruchir Dave
Ruchir Dave

Country Manager - HR Customer Advisory - SAP Success Factors

The role of the HR professional has changed dramatically along with the workforce and economy, and that evolution will continue as machines and technology replace tasks once performed by humans. The HR community too has undergone drastic changes and they are only increasing.. HR leaders will need to be bigger, bolder and broader thinkers. They'll have to be tech-savvy and nimble enough to deal with an increasingly agile and restless workforce. While there is awareness around the repercussions of the changing role of HR, are we as HR professionals taking the required efforts to remain relavant in the years to come? Do we have adequate knowledge and skills to handle the ever changing role of the HR professional? Will employees upskil themselves or will we see technology replace a large number of roles making those people irrelevant in the workplace?
Rajan Kalia
Rajan Kalia

Advisor - SHRM

Nitish Bajaj
Nitish Bajaj

CEO - Piramal Consumer Products

Vikas Bansal
Vikas Bansal

CHRO - Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance

Leena Sahijwani
Leena Sahijwani

VP, Group Human Resources - Tata Sons Private Ltd

Gajendra Chandel
Gajendra Chandel

Ex- CHRO, TATA Motors

Binoj Vasu
Binoj Vasu

Senior President and Chief Learning Officer - YES Bank

Satyajit Mohanty
Satyajit Mohanty

CHRO - Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals Ltd


 

Speakers

Prince Augustin

Dr. Prince Augustin

Executive VP - Group Human Capital & Leadership Development, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited

Dr. Prince Augustin is the Executive Vice President - (Group Human Capital & Leadership Development), of the USD 20 Billion Mahindra Group. Prince has over 30 years of Industry experience in various facets of the Human Resources function with leading Indian and Multinational corporations such as ACC, Burroughs Wellcome, Castrol of which the last 2 decades have been in the Senior Leadership Teams of the organizations he has served for.


Gajendra Chandel

Gajendra Chandel

President - Tata Motors

Mr. Chandel is currently the Member Corporate Steering Committee and CHRO, Tata Motors, India’s largest Automotive Company. He moved to Tata Motors in April 2014, from another Tata Group Company Tata AutoComp where he was the President & Group CHRO, Tata AutoComp Systems since 2005 where he was actively involved in its turnaround with responsibility of various strategic growth initiatives of the company, pioneered various HR practices which became industry benchmarks & the company's revenue tripled during this period.


Achal Khanna

Achal Khanna

CEO, SHRM India & Business Head - APAC & MENA

Achal Khanna is the CEO for SHRM India and Asia Pacific Head for Business Development. SHRM India is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), which is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management with more than 2,90,000 members worldwide. Achal is responsible for leading the India operations of SHRM, as well as Asia Pacific operations including Middle-East. She serves on the global SHRM Leadership Team


Nitish Bajaj

Nitish Bajaj

CEO - Piramal Consumer Products Division

Business Management and Marketing Professional with 20 years of experience in Brand Management and 3 years in Sales, primarily in Asia Pacific region. Strong business management experience in brand architecture, entry strategy, merger / acquisition / disposal, integration / restructuring, marketing strategy, media,


Jill Popelka

Jill Popelka

Senior Vice President, Head of - SAP SuccessFactors

Jill Popelka is a dynamic business leader and has been driving business outcomes within the SAP ecosystem for over a decade. Jill is a sincere believer that purpose drives people, and people drive business performance to help the world run better and improve peoples lives.


ShraddhanjaliRao

Shraddhanjali Rao

VP Human Resources - SAP

HR leader with extensive experience in developing and executing HR strategy for building high performance organization across geographies. Trusted partner to key leaders of best in class high tech global companies. Passionate about driving business priorities and leading large scale transformational changes by enabling it through simple and effective HR strategy. Adept at leading large scale global projects. Recognized and respected for being a strong voice of HR at the executive table.


Bidisha Banerjee

Bidisha Banerjee

Group VP Learning Culture & Employer Branding - Welspun Group

Bidisha Banerjee is the Group Vice President Learning, Culture and Employer Branding at Welspun Group. Bidisha has close to 20 years of rich experience industries like Retail, Insurance, and Telecom. Bidisha is known for her forward-thinking attitude .She is an expert in driving Organisation Culture Change Initiatives, HR Strategy in line with the business. She is passionate about incorporating skill development for the differently abled as well as working with members of the LGBT community.


Swatee Sarangi

Swatee Sarangi

Head - Capability Development, Corporate HR - Larsen & Toubro

A C-suite level practitioner in strategic workforce design & capacity development. Excellence in talent modeling, strategic visioning, learning, people development, work practice innovations & leadership development. Proficiency in design & execution of OD interventions, assessments, coaching & mentoring models. A Ph. D holder, academic Gold medalist, with 20+ publications. Received "Best Management Faculty" from Mr. Ratan Tata. An avid collaborator with ivy league schools


Nikhil Shembekar

Nikhil Shembekar

Head, HR Digital - RPG Group

Nikhil heads the HR digital function for RPG, where was successful in overhauling the complete HR technology landscape for the entire group. The RPG case study was published in People Matters recently. He has over 16 years of experience in various areas such as HR Technology, HR Process Consulting, IT Outsourcing and Project Mgmt. He holds a BE Degree from NIT Bhopal and MBA from XLRI Jamshedpur.


Neville Postwalla

Neville Postwalla

Associate VP - Talent Management, Harbinger Group

He’s currently working with Harbinger Group as Associate Vice President - Talent Management. At Harbinger, apart from managing the Talent Management, Talent Acquisition function, CSR and a bit of digital branding, he is also spearheading new areas like digitization of employee experience, adding AI, automation and digitization to the HR function, improving employee productivity, leadership development, preparing the organization for scale amongst others.


Vasant Sanzgiri

Vasant Sanzgiri

Head of Human Resources at Shapoorji Pallonji

As a Group Head of Human Resources at Shapoorji Pallonji, Vasant is responsible for Group-wide strategic initiatives and Human Resources in the areas of Talent Management and Leadership Development. He is a member on the boards of several Shapoorji Pallonji Group Companies.Vasant Sanzgiri is a graduate in Life Sciences from St Xavier's College, Mumbai. He obtained his Masters in Management Studies


MohsinMemon

Mohsin Memon

Founder & CEO of Memcorp Immersive Learning

He considers his work a labour of love as he is driven by the idea that each person has greatness within him/her. He uses 'play' to help people learn -he believes it to be the way we were designed to learn from cradle to grave. Mohsin has a background in behavioral psychology and uses many techniques from Applied Behavioral Sciences to enable realizations for leaders that create paradigm shifts for themselves...


Adhir Mane

Adhir Mane

CHRO - Raymond Lifestyle

Heading HR for this leading lifestyle Business of Raymond. This constitutes the Apparel, Retail, Garmenting, Suiting and Shirting business across India and geographies within MENA and African region, With over 15000 employees base and around 90 HR team members, this role involves developing the people agenda for the business and align HR to deliver value for the business across the employee life cycle. Worked with Reliance the largest private sector organization in India and this is a fortune 500 companies globally, Involved in the Hydro carbon business here.


RajanKalia

Rajan Kalia

Advisor - SHRM

Rajan works in the area of Business Enablement and Leapfrogging Organisa;ons to the next orbit of growth. His firm focuses on 5 pratice areas: Talent Management, Talent Reten;on, People Decisions, Organisa;on Transforma;on and Leadership Skilling. He along with his team has created the revolu;onary One Minute Feedback tool, Karma Notes.


TusharVaidya

Tushar Vaidya

GM -Talent Management, Leadership Development & OD, Diversity - Mahindra & Mahindra (FSS Sector)

With a Masters Degree in Business Design - Design Thinking and Innovation & Psychology, Tushar is a seasoned professional in designing & implementing Digital Learning, Micro-Learning, OD and Culture initiatives. He is also a keynote speaker & visiting faculty at Welingkar Institute of Management.


Binoj Vasu

Binoj Vasu

Senior President & Chief Learning Officer at YES BANK

Binoj Vasu is the Senior President & Chief Learning Officer at YES BANK. In this role, he is responsible for building a learning culture at YES BANK. Binoj also leads a unique and transformational initiative called YES - University & Schools Relationship Management program which focuses on the young community through various initiatives aimed at student development and career enhancement.


Ranjan Bandhopadhyay

Ranjan Bandyopadhyay

Global Vice President – Tata Consultancy Services

Mr Ranjan Bandyopadhyay is a marathoner in every aspect of life. He is the Global Vice President for Human Resources at the Tata Consultancy Services. Ranjan is an enthusiast – from sports to education and beyond - Ranjan exhibits infectious optimism, which rubs on to his team as well. His blend of traits has allowed him to play multiple roles with HR with razor like precision. Ranjan has a reputation of driving positive change and initiating business opportunities through collaborative leadership and performance measurement.


NiravJagad

Nirav Jagad

Chief People Officer, Nykaa

Nirav Jagad is an HR professional with more than 16 years’ experience spanning various sectors spanning Infrastructure, Pharma, Auto Components, ecommerce etc. In the past he has worked in organisations like EmmayHR; Randstad and IL&FS. In his current assignment he heads the people function at Nykaa.com as Chief People Officer. He specialises in Talent Pipeline Management, Stakeholder Management, Large Change Process, 360 Degree Feedback, HIPO Management, Learning and Development Strategies, Strategic Hiring, Potential & Performance Management System.


JaganMohanReddy

Jagan Reddy

VP HR - Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

 


ManuWadhwa

Manu N Wadhwa

CHRO - Set India

 


Vikas Bansal

Vikas Bansal

CHRO - Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance

 


Satyajit Mohanty

Satyajit Mohanty

CHRO - Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals Ltd

 


Leena Sahijwani

Leena Sahijwani

VP, Group Human Resources - Tata Sons Private Ltd

 


Michael Ciocia

Michael Ciocia

Regional Head of Customer Engagement, APJ and Greater China, SAP