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Exclusive Pre-Event Interview - Manish Misra
Manish Misra (Head of Compensation & Benefits and Organizational Effectiveness, ENOC Group, UAE) shares his view on the changing role of HR in MENA region and strategies for optimising human capital
How do you think the HR industry is benefiting from
Manish Misra : Yes, Digitization is helping HR departments to scale up rapidly and engage better. Also HR departments are forced to move away from being transactional service provider to integrated solutions provider.
The need of career development strategies for the millennial
workforce – your opinion.
Manish Misra : The career development strategies will have to be built around networked and hierarchy based organizations, which will replace the current Hierarchical structures.
Do you think there is a growing need for non-conventional HR
strategies and reward practices? If so, Why?
Manish Misra : Yes, There is a need for non-conventional HR strategies.
Newer business models are fast emerging due to radical changes in technology and emergence of new workforce and workforce demographics.
- Cognitive Computing, Smart Applications, Internet of Things.
- The integration of Social, Mobile, Big Data, Predictive Analytics and Cloud into one platform.
- Multicultural, Multinational, Multilocational, Mobile and Contingent workforce.
- The entry of the “Millennials” is also transforming the workforce and workplace.
Engaging the new workforce & managing the new challenges effectively requires the HR to move away from one size fits all to a customized approach to every business issue.
to you, what would be one's key takeaways from this conference
Manish Misra : Key Take Away: Prepare for the Future Today through Innovation, Collaboration & Engagement.
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