Lipi Agrawal | HRKatha

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On days less busy, Lipi enjoys being a foodie, poet and an explorer. Otherwise, the resident marketing guru leads the team at HRKatha. Add to that her experience as a journalist who covered the HR beat for seven years and you know her grasp on content is firm as well.

Does organisational culture impact digital transformation?

Digital transformation is not easy to achieve. Besides technological hurdles, there are many barriers that obstruct its path, the biggest one pertaining to organisational...

Employee Benefits & Engagement

Why you should plan for retirement before you join work

There is a saying ‘make hay while the sun shines’. The meaning of this proverb is that if there is a task that needs...

How can employers ensure positive employee experience?

Considering that experiences matter way more than money to people today, it is not without reason that organisations are giving serious thought to creating...

Meet the chief fun officer at Capgemini

Murali MS is the CFO at Capgemini. No, he is not the chief financial officer, but the chief fun officer! So, what does this...

DIALOGUE

We are inventing jobs we didn’t even know we needed a couple of years...

What do you think are the broad challenges before the auto industry? The auto industry right now is going through the biggest changes in its...

“Machines cannot substitute human judgement in banks”: Deodutta Kurane

Deodutta Kurane, group president and CHRO, YES BANK, has faced all sorts of challenges during his career. He started off in the manufacturing sector, and then shifted to the banking, financial services and insurance sector (BFSI) with liberalisation. Today, this HR leader is managing a new-age bank with an altogether different set of challenges, with digitisation impacting the business the most. In an interview with Sonali Chowdhury of HRKatha, Kurane shares the effect of digitisation in banking and the way forward. 

“Every CEO should have had a run through HR before becoming one”: Johnny C....

It’s been less than a year since Johnny C. Taylor Jr., SHRM-SCP, took over as the president and CEO of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). A practising lawyer and a seasoned HR professional, Taylor has authored a book The Trouble with HR: An Insider's Guide to Finding and Keeping the Best People.

He was in India recently and took out time to chat with Lipi Agrawal of HRKatha. Here are the excerpts of the interview, where he talks about the changing landscape of HR and the role of technology in it.

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