Leveraging 'People' Power of Sustainability
Prof. Chris Rowley
Professor of HRM
Cass Business School, London
[Snippet- October 2016]-Human Resource Management and Organisational Effectiveness: Examples from the Asia Pacific
Dr. Parameshwar P. Iyer
Principal Research Scientist
Dept. of Mgt Studies, Indian Institute of Science
Theme: Your industry amid global VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Chaos and Ambiguity).
# Human Resource Management and Organisational Effectiveness:
Examples from the Asia PacificBy Prof. Chris Rowley
# B2B e-commerce sector amid rising global VUCA By Mr. Viresh Oberoi
# Indian Manufacturing Industry amid rising global VUCA By Mr. Harish Pant
# Role Of HR Amid Rising Global Volatility, Uncertainty, Chaos And Ambiguity (VUCA)-Can Thoughts Become Things? By Dr. Jayantee Mukherjee Saha
Dr. Jayantee Mukherjee Saha
[Snippet- January/February October 2017]- Business Sustainability: The key theme worthy to be revisited in times good or bad
Mr. Harish Pant
Hampson Industries Private Limited
[Snippet- January/February 2017]-Revisiting Business Sustainability And Key Strategies To Ponder Upon In The Journey Towards Sustainable Development
[Snippet- October 2016]-Indian Manufacturing Industry amid rising global VUCA
Mr. Rajah Banerjee
Makaibari Tea Estates
(First tea factory in the world)
[Snippet- January/February 2017]- Healthy Soil, Healthy Mankind: Our Journey Towards Sustainable Development At The Iconic Makaibari Tea Estates
Theme:Revisiting Business Sustainability And Key Strategies To Ponder Upon In The Journey Towards Sustainable Development
# Retirement and Business Sustainability: A New Deal By Mr. David Ang
# Business Sustainability: The key theme worthy to be revisited in times good or bad By Dr. Jayantee Mukherjee Saha
Prof P.K. Chaubey
Professor of Economics
Indian Institute of Public Administration
Mr. Viresh Oberoi
Former CEO & MD
[Snippet- October 2016]- B2B e-commerce sector amid rising global VUCA
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Now-a-days, we often hear the following- a) the global socio-economic landscape is changing fast- much faster than anyone would have comprehended even half a decade ago; b) Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity-VUCA, is the new normal and c) the Asia-pacific-region is the new global growth engine and is playing a significant role in establishing the new world order.
New issues and challenges are emerging that the business leaders, policy makers and others in the field were unfamiliar with in the past. Global bodies, strategists and change-makers are ever exploring ways to manage the dynamism while stabilising the present and securing the future.
In the given context, it has become a necessity for intellectuals and experts to come together and initiate a discussion to address the pressing challenges and pertinent issues that are impacting the Manpower & Labour Market | HR & Business. Experts Forum is Aei4eiA's initiative - a confluence of experts from academia and industry to regularly (quarterly) discuss, share views, think and act on above matters through short and succinct snippets.
Aimed at strategists, policy makers, scholars, academicians, HR and business leaders, the key objectives of this forum are-
a) To initiate discussions on issues and challenges facing the region (with a focus on Australia, India, Singapore (AIS)
and broadly global matters impacting the APAC region).
b) To generate a repository of expert views/knowledge on matters related to Manpower & Labour Market | HR &
c) To collaboratively contribute towards sustainable development.
In this January/February 2017 issue- the first one of the year, our distinguished panel of experts from academia and industry (please see below for details), revisited the theme of business sustainability and pondered upon key strategies in their journey towards sustainable development. They discussed on a range of topics including the mantra of healthy soil, healthy mankind, a new deal between retirement and business sustainability and overall on business sustainability- the key theme worthy to be revisited in times good or bad.
Prof. Alan Nankervis
Professor of HRM
Curtin University, Australia
Dr. Adil Malia
Group President (Human Resources)
Theme: In the current context, manpower and labour market through experts' eyes.
# Graduate Work-readiness in the Asia Pacific – nature, causes and some solutions. By Prof. Alan Nankervis
# Employment related impact of Brexit By Prof. Chris Rowley
# Disrupters hold key to unhindered e-commerce sector growth By Mr. Viresh Oberoi
# HR FACTS to Excel By Mr. Harish Pant
# More ...
Mr. Lawrence Tan
Director (Human Resources)
Public Utilities Board (PUB) Singapore
Mr. David Ang
Director (Corporate Services)
Human Capital Singapore
[Snippet- January/February 2017]- Retirement and Business Sustainability: A New Deal