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NASSCOM ILF 2014: Transnational Skills – The Global Currency - D P Singh, IBM India & South Asia NASSCOM ILF 2014: Transnational Skills – The Global Currency - D P Singh, IBM India & South Asia Presentation Transcript

  • DP Singh, Vice President & HR Head, IBM India /South Asia 14/02/2014 Transnational Skills – The Global Currency Document number © 2014 IBM Corporation
  • Major Global Trends Shaping Enterprises, Forcing them to Transform their Operating Models Global trends forcing major change for clients… Globalization Social Networks Lower cost structures, flexible architectures, and pervasive innovation are critical for success …and a new transformation agenda Horizontally integrate + Changing the way that individuals, customers, and organizations engage, interact and collaborate Instill a culture of innovation and continuous improvement + Big Data Creating new opportunities for real time analysis and predictive analytics – driving business insight from more and more data Leverage skills & capabilities globally + Drive faster decision making Demographic Shifts Availability of talent and skills + Build customer and client intimacy © 2014 IBM Corporation
  • Today - a Globally Integrated Enterprise… … business without borders 21st Century © 2014 IBM Corporation
  • New connected era, leveraging Transnational Skills leading to Enterprise Transformation….. ……. What does this journey mean Why are we doing this? What capabilities do we need? Where are we today? How will we get there? Who will be responsible? 1. Vision 2. Scope 3. Baseline 4. Road map 5. Governance  Clear goals and objectives  Skill sets and expertise required  Assessment of the status quo  Alignment with corporate strategy  Functions that will be included in the transformation  Establish point of reference for targets, goals, progress and success  Executive, business and cultural alignment  Understand motivations, constraints and complications  Starting point for the journey to GIE  Steps and pace required to bring about change  Train and acquire required skills  Instill continual transformation in the culture  Leadership  Measurements and incentives  Ongoing change management to ensure consistent commitment to the transformation  Measure success © 2014 IBM Corporation
  • The new playing field - A MUST for leveraging Transnational Skills Optimize operations globally Globally Integrated Enterprise Transforming the organization for efficiency, effectiveness and to enable new growth Reinvent processes and integrate functions, removing complexity and uncovering new efficiencies Activate information and analytics Improve business performance across all functions with data-driven insights Accelerate organizational agility Infuse speed, flexibility and collaborative behavior into the organization to capitalize on market opportunities © 2014 IBM Corporation
  • Successfully leveraging skills in a Globally Integrated Enterprise  Consistent Values  Creating Uniformity in Culture  Global Processes and Systems  Change initiatives involve participants and teams from across silos and around the globe  Driving IT infrastructure efficiencies can free up resources to fund transformation investments  Knitting Transnational skills through engagement © 2014 IBM Corporation
  • Thank You © 2014 IBM Corporation