Narasimham, who was pursuing a doctoral programme at the University of Bristol in the UK, has worked with companies such as Microland and Cognizant in the past.
Global provider of engineering, manufacturing, data analytics, networks and operations solutions, Cyient, has appointed PNSV Narasimham as the senior vice president and global head of human resources (HR).
Based out of Hyderabad, Narasimham will be responsible for leading HR transformation for Cyient, globally, including all functions within business fulfilment, engagement, and HR shared services.
In a career spanning 25 years in HR and general management, Narasimham has led numerous strategic initiatives transforming organisations and HR functions into high-performance teams, across the manufacturing, services, and information technology sectors. His experience encompasses employment and engagement practices in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Narasimham was on a sabbatical until now, pursuing a doctoral programme at the University of Bristol in the UK. Prior to that, he was the executive vice president and chief people officer at Microland, global head of leadership initiatives at Cognizant, and chief operating officer at UBS India Service Centre. Earlier in his career, he worked for Arvind Mills, Hewlett-Packard and Motorola.
“As I reflect on our growth aspirations, I believe that a key component of successfully executing our strategy will be our ability to step into new roles, take larger responsibilities, manage larger teams, and deliver to greater targets. Narasimham will help catalyse our goals of accelerated growth“, said Krishna Bodanapu, managing director and CEO, Cyient.
Narasimham has been part of several advisory and working groups of industry bodies and the Government, in the areas of human capital, skill development and employability. He is an advisor and teaching faculty for a number of management and educational institutions. Over the past few years, he has been studying the macro-level policy impact of formal and informal education on skills and employability. He is conducting active research in this area.
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