The second annual One Day National Seminar on Global Talent Management Trends: Issues & Challenges was organized at GBSRC on 21st January 2017.
The intention of the seminar was to bring students and HR personnel on a common platform for the purpose of fruitful interaction and to make students aware about talent management practices in industries. And also to discuss current issues and deliberate on innovative strategies for Talent Management.
The program was inaugurated by the formal lighting of the lamp and offering prayers to Goddess Saraswati by all the dignitaries. Dr. L.K. Tripathy, Director GBSRC inaugurated the seminar with his welcome speech.
Mr. Ratan Mohapatra, Managing Director of KSPG Auto motives India Pvt. Ltd. was the Chairman for the seminar. He said, “the millennial generations are all potential leaders and hopefully through people management, we will make India proud.”
Mr. Samir Kukade (Director-HR Lear Corporation, Pune) in his keynote address mentioned that with the advent of disruptive technology, individual talent management will be obsolete in coming 35 years. The need of the hour is not to focus on individual talents it is to learn people management.
Mr. Sandeep Mahajan, Head HR – Emerson Automation Solution – Virgo Values said that 15% of the workforce is said to be the talent, organizations need to have. But organizations today are facing challenges in retaining people. Hence it is important as the employee grows in the pyramid, they need to manage people more and focus less into technical work.
As an event of the seminar, the panel discussion was also arranged. It was comprised of the industry eminent named Mr. Sunil Deshpande, (VP HR, Reliance Jio Infocomm, Mumbai), Mr. P.K. Kumbhar, (Sr. VP HR & ER, Amtek Auto Ltd. Pune) and Dr. Vasant Khisti, (MD Sammy Consulting, Pune). Dr.Snehal Maheshkar, Associate Professor – GBSRC was the moderator of the panel discussion.
The valedictory session was addressed by Dr.Ravi Kurhade, (Head – Technical Training, Schindler India Pvt Ltd). Dr. Kurhade shared his journey of being HR personnel and the intricacies involved into. He urged upon the students to forge a mentor-mentee relationship with a Guru in life to receive the right guidance.
At the close of the program, Dr. Leena Dam (Faculty GBSRC) proposed the vote of thanks.