17th August 2019, Jaipur: After the overwhelming success of the CEO-CHRO deliberation last year, Jaipuria Institute of Management, repeated the success story on Friday, 30th August 2019, at The Ritz Carlton, Bengaluru. This year, the theme of the meet was- Cross Learning in HR in Start-up’s and Established Organizations.
The deliberation witnessed a diversified group of speakers and delegates from 100+ organisation.The 5th edition of CEO-CHRO deliberation enabled exchange of the best practices and leadership skills that help organizations impact the local and global business environment. While speaking on the theme of this year’s meet, Neville Kujur, Head HR, Wildcraft, said, “A start-up is an approach, no matter how old an organization is, if it still wants to become innovative and have the appetite for risk-taking, that to me is a start-up. This deliberation is a medium to build effective, lasting programs of change.” The CEO-CHRO meet was the perfect platform where young leaders discussed some of the most relevant topics and shared the latest developments to equip participating delegates with innovative ideas and practical tools.
Dependra Mathur, ead – Compensations, Benefits, Compliances & Global Operations, Infosys, said smaller organizations look at the resources, the structure and the consistency of the larger organization and a larger organization looks at the nimbleness, the speed at which they are able to respond to the market and the freedom to explore and grow in different directions”
Some of the other esteemed panelists wereAadil Bandukwala – Chief Evangelist & Vice President Marketing, Belong.co, Hanumantlal Shukla – Chief Sales Officer, Peeto.in, Neville Kujur – Head HR, Wildcraft, Sutanu Chowdhury – Sr. Vice President, Max Hypermarket, and Sumit Sharma – CEO, Vector Finance.
The meet deliberated on what it defines a art-up and an established organization and t members can learn, unlearn, relearn from each other? And above all What facilitates and restraints such cross learning?
Rightly said by Sutanu Chowdhury Sr. Vice President, Max Hypermarket – ‘ EQ cannot be bought. Whether it’s a startup or a big organization, the first thing is Emotional connection. It is a challenge to know what people aspire, if the employees are not connected they will not connect to the consumer. This was indeed a great opportunity for the students, faculty members, to harness vast pool of practical knowledge on campus and beyond.”Like every year, the event ended with recognition and felicitated the finest industry practices, game-changing strategies, and path-breaking innovations across sectors through the CEO-CHRO deliberation 2019.