Tracks

Track 1

The Culture Impact

Reimagining Organizations in this highly connected, AI-driven, digitalized world translates into flattened structures, hybrid professions, free agent employees, heterogenous careers, self-directed career paths, personalized learning’s and flexibility.

How does this impact the CULTURE at your organization? Hear eminent speakers discuss this new emerging culture within the paradigm of:

  1. Moving from ‘Like’ to ‘Love’ – The human to human interaction
  2. The Corporate Garage
  3. The Super-Knowledge Workers

At the event, we will explore ways by which organizations can develop a shared belief around “what right looks like” as we interact over time and learn what yields success and what doesn’t. That’s why revisiting the existing culture makes sense to stay relevant in a rapidly changing environment.

Culture change is not an easy undertaking. The speakers at the event will share their experiences around how leaders can convince their employees of the benefits of change and show new ways to operate to yield success. They will throw some light on creating consumer-grade experiences for the workforce through digital tools.

Track 2

The Digital Scale

Reimagining organizations in a world that now has AI powered bots as the custodians of the first line of interaction with employees is a challenge and an opportunity. Digitalization within the HR divisions is trending not only because of its ability to make transactions more efficient and teams more focused but also because it builds in the capability to scale.

How do HR leaders build a digital culture and enable digital transformation? Immerse yourself into the thoughts and experiences of different Business and HR leaders as they share their journey with you on:

  1. Embracing everything digital
  2. AI bots – Your New Friend

Reimagine what work will look like in the future that entails redesigning work activities and processes to determine the best combinations of automation and human skills. High-volume, data-intensive, and repetitive tasks, transition away from humans. Humans are freed up to focus on value add/strategic activities and traits that automation is unable to match, such as empathy.

Creating such a high performing digital organization requires leadership vision for how digital can transform the organization. Leaders at all levels must have the functional, technical, and leadership capabilities to execute in a digital world.

Track 3

The Symbiotic Basics

Reimagining organizations to build a framework that integrates the basic foundation of HR functions with the evolved demands of shaping the strategic direction is now imperative. Retaining the human element across the life cycle of an employee is the responsibility of HR teams and building a strong symbiotic foundation can help.

How can HR develop a symbiotic relationship between managing transactional or administrative tasks and shaping strategy? Participate in soul searching deep dive sessions with key HR and Business professionals on:

  1. Developing symbiotic relationships
  2. People, Process & Policies

For many HR departments, this process of “transformation” doesn’t come that easily. It has required rethinking the fundamental role of the HR function and shifting the design of the HR to house both a “decision science” and an “HR practice” within one organization. One of the best ways HR leaders can build this skill is by involving their key staff in the experience of examining their own function through a disciplined process.

However, the unique combination of strategies, market factors, and the life cycle stage of an organization and its existing capabilities will determine what type of design is appropriate.

Track 4

The Wellness Quotient

Reimagining organizations that is healthy and happy is an important mandate today. Emotional intelligence of teams has now gained prominence when we talk about the growth mindset of organizations. The wellness quotient of employees is therefore an imperative. Going beyond nutrition and fitness, organizations need to now focus on comprehensive and personalized wellness initiatives.

How far ahead are you in this journey to wellness at work? Learn from distinguished practitioners on:

  1. Best practices on introducing wellness
  2. The sustainability factors

Today, a wellness program doesn’t account for all of the different elements of employee wellness as it doesn’t recognize all the aspects of a person’s life and happiness. These components include physical, financial, emotional and social well-being. It’s essential for employers and employees alike to understand how these different components of wellness influence one another.

At the event, we will break down to the basics to understand why it’s a good idea for employers to re-think their traditional approach to employee wellness. Before we can dive in on how to connect these elements, we will fully understand each component of employee well-being.

Why Should you Attend?

Exclusive interactive sessions with industry leaders

Insights by Industry-vetted, highly requested speakers

Best practices from the most recent and relevant case studies

Take-aways in the form of presentations and reports