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Future-proofing yourself as a strategic leader

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For decades, HR professionals have been encouraged to alter their profession to play a more strategic role, yet studies show the HR function in many organisations still focus mainly on admin and operations.

In order to really make the leap, HR professionals need to free themselves from the manual work involved in admin jobs by utilising technology, as well as provide a sound analysis on human capital relations, organisational core competencies and growth with the help of HR metrics and analytics.

At HR Tech Interactive 2013, strategic HR leaders will gather to discuss how to future-proof yourself by:

  • Harnessing the power of HR technology to become a strategic business enabler of company growth.
  • Shifting from an operational to a strategic role to support company growth.
  • Understand the technology you need. Is it worth a tech upgrade, or will the new technology date quickly?

Confirmed panellists for this session include Ravi Bhogaraju, head of HR services & APAC business partner at Syngenta and Srikanth Chandrashekhar, APAC HR director at Bombardier Transportation.

As well as a full-day of thought-provoking speakers and panel discussions, this unique event will also incorporate multiple interactive round-table discussions, allowing you to better communicate, share and debate with your HR peers.

For more information on the event and its unique interactive format, please go to our website.

Please click on agenda to view the outline of the day, and to see which speakers are attending.

To register for the event, please click here.


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