3 April 2018
MATS Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship (MIME) offers a healthy blend of conceptual foundation in Management. It understands the real world practice of appreciating the interaction of the students with industry and practitioners in all possible forms. In this series MIME organized a workshop on the topic HR Functions and Practices in Big Organizations on 3 April 2018 for the PGDM Batch 2017-2019.
The purpose of the workshop was to give an exposure to the students about the real practices and emerging functions in big organizations. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Dhanya Rajeswaran, Director- Talent Strategy/Human Capital Diversity, Accenture, India. She has a vast experience in the field of human resource practices and application. She is a well-known senior Human Resource Leader, a certified GALLUP strength coach and a trained six sigma black belt.
Dr. Jitendra Mishra, Director, MATS Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship welcomed her and appreciated such activities for the holistic learning of the management students.
Ms Dhanya covered various issues like diversity, deep client relationship, innovation, out of box thinking, digital transformation, artificial intelligence and their impact on the organization. In question and answer session she addressed to queries like handling difficult people/employees, saying ‘no’ to employee, how to take tough decisions, handling issues like harassment and bulling at workplace etc. She also led exercise of group building and self-guided group amid the session.
Students asked and clarified various doubts about present and future expectations of human resource as a department. She also emphasised on the domestic and global shift in Human Resource practices and emerging trends. The focus was very much that Human Resource department is not only limited with employee hiring and retrenchment but is also dedicated to personalizing the employee total welfare package.
The workshop was coordinated by Professor (Dr.) Suman Pathak, from Human Resource Department of MIME.
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