The People Matters - Monster.comCEO as the Chief Talent Officer Study               2011                            www.pe...
www.peoplematters.in
Key Findings      73% CEOs in India spend more than one-fourth of their time  directly on talent-related activities.      ...
Business Leaders Covered in the Studywww.peoplematters.in
A CEO’s Top 3 HR priorities for FY 2011-2012www.peoplematters.in
CEO’s time & effort on talent agenda         73% CEOs spend more than 25% of their time on talent and         talent-relat...
Where is the CEO’s time invested?www.peoplematters.in
Top 5 activities that CEOs invest their time inwww.peoplematters.in
Talent Management Goals on the CEO’s Scorecardwww.peoplematters.in
The common goals that feature on the CEO’s scorecardtoday are:    y    Goal Number 1: Retention        74 percent CEOs hav...
The common goals that feature on the CEO’s scorecardtoday are:    y    Goal Number 2: Employee satisfaction and engagement...
The common goals that feature on the CEO’s scorecardtoday are:    y    Goal Number 3: Capability Building        52 percen...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “Business decisions have a clear talent discussion today.                    ...
Business Leaders’ Take                       Talent is the USP of the organization.                       “Everybody i th ...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “The HR challenges will be critical to our success.                       Our...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “What we need to create are ‘mini CEOs’ to partner with the line             ...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “Communication cannot be delegated.                       Around 40% of my ti...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “I strongly believe that the focus on people is a priority, as               ...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “Being a new company, I invest a great amount of time towards                ...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “Business & HR are equal parties in the people capability                    ...
Business Leaders’ Take                       “HR plays a very crucial role in change management.                        HR...
Send us your f db k@   d         feedback@peoplematters.in                          l         iWebsite www.peoplematters.i...
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73% CEOs in India spend more than one-fourth of their time directly on talent-related activities. While 68% acknowledge that this time has increased in recent years, 79% also affirm that this focus will only increase further next year. This indicates a relevant change in the way organizations are functioning today. The People Matters - Monster.com CEO as the Chief Talent Officer Study 2011 reveals what CEOs are doing in their individual capacity to leverage the people advantage to build successful and sustainable organizations.

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CEO as the Chief Talent Officer study 2011 - A People Matters & Monster.com Study

  1. 1. The People Matters - Monster.comCEO as the Chief Talent Officer Study 2011 www.peoplematters.in
  2. 2. www.peoplematters.in
  3. 3. Key Findings 73% CEOs in India spend more than one-fourth of their time directly on talent-related activities. 68% acknowledge that this time has increased in recent years years. 79% affirm that this focus will only increase further next year. CEOs are doing in their individual capacity to leverage the people advantage to build successful and sustainable organizationswww.peoplematters.in
  4. 4. Business Leaders Covered in the Studywww.peoplematters.in
  5. 5. A CEO’s Top 3 HR priorities for FY 2011-2012www.peoplematters.in
  6. 6. CEO’s time & effort on talent agenda 73% CEOs spend more than 25% of their time on talent and talent-related activities, and of those 50% spend between 25% and , p 50% of their time in this area.www.peoplematters.in
  7. 7. Where is the CEO’s time invested?www.peoplematters.in
  8. 8. Top 5 activities that CEOs invest their time inwww.peoplematters.in
  9. 9. Talent Management Goals on the CEO’s Scorecardwww.peoplematters.in
  10. 10. The common goals that feature on the CEO’s scorecardtoday are: y Goal Number 1: Retention 74 percent CEOs have retention as part of their goal sheet. Some have a separate target for high performers and key talent, while others have an p g g p y , overall retention target for the organization. “As per my scorecard, 30% of my performance is dependent on the people scorecard and we call it “ready now ready future” scorecard, ready now, future and includes all HR related goals for the organization.” Amit Jatia, MD, Hardcastle Restaurantswww.peoplematters.in
  11. 11. The common goals that feature on the CEO’s scorecardtoday are: y Goal Number 2: Employee satisfaction and engagement 61 percent CEOs have employee satisfaction scores as part of their goal sheet along with other measures of engagement like company ranking in external best employer surveys. “Today the focus is shifting towards building engagement, fostering brand ownership among employees and creating an g p g p y g environment of opportunities for our employees that will impact the company’s future.” p p y Rajit Mehta, Executive Director & COO, Max New York Life Insurancewww.peoplematters.in
  12. 12. The common goals that feature on the CEO’s scorecardtoday are: y Goal Number 3: Capability Building 52 percent CEOs have measures that indicate capability building, for example, number of critical positions filled from within, bench-strength for bench strength critical positions and number of people trained. “People are our main focus because we believe that to deliver happiness to the customer, employees has to be happy first.” pp , p y ppy Ajay Kaul, Chief Executive Officer, Jubilant FoodWorkswww.peoplematters.in
  13. 13. Business Leaders’ Take “Business decisions have a clear talent discussion today. As I have a dual role in ABG, 50% of my goals are as Group HR head. If you take my CEO goals alone, another 20% of those are talent related goals.” Dr. Santrupt Misra, CEO, Carbon Black Business, Director, Group HR & Di t G Director, Adit Aditya Bi l M Birla Management t Corporation “Our efforts are to develop our people. I spend at least 30% of my time in talent related activities. People are core for the success of our business.” K.R. Kamath, CMD, Punjab National Bankwww.peoplematters.in
  14. 14. Business Leaders’ Take Talent is the USP of the organization. “Everybody i th organization h a role t play and th role of “E b d in the i ti has l to l d the l f the CEO is to paint the big picture and help people feel connected to the dream” dream M.D. Mallya, Chairman and Managing Director, Bank of Baroda “Engage with employees f l d hi d l “E ih l for leadership development. 50% of my performance depends on how well I manage my team.” D. Narain, D Narain India Region Lead Monsanto India Lead,www.peoplematters.in
  15. 15. Business Leaders’ Take “The HR challenges will be critical to our success. Our focus is on hiring talent and retaining them by providing talent, them with challenging assignments. We face an additional challenge with regard to the Gen Y employees who have Gen Y different aspirations, expect different pace of movement, new technologies and collaboration tools.” g Balvinder Singh Kalsi, President-South Asia, DuPont India “We focus on acquiring and developing people rather than on retaining as we believe that the first two ensures that the third g is managed.” Deep Kalra, Founder & CEO, MakeMyTrip.comwww.peoplematters.in
  16. 16. Business Leaders’ Take “What we need to create are ‘mini CEOs’ to partner with the line HR and t k ownership of th i groups.” d take hi f their ” Dr. Ganesh Natarajan, Vice Chairman & CEO, Zensar Technologies “People are the way we win. People are core to our business. People are the clear differentiator in our business; it is the way we win. I spend one-fourth of my time on talent-related activities and the rest between customers, operations and strategic initiatives.” Tiger Tyagarajan, Chief Operating Officer, Genpactwww.peoplematters.in
  17. 17. Business Leaders’ Take “Communication cannot be delegated. Around 40% of my time is spent on talent related activities and of talent-related this around 40% is spent on employee communication and engagement. engagement ” Sanjay Modi, MD, Monster India/SEA/Middle East “Talent management is everybody’s job. I spend around 25% to 30% of my time on talent concerns, especially on recruitment, retention and evaluation of talent development.” G. V. Prasad, CEO & Vice Chairman, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratorieswww.peoplematters.in
  18. 18. Business Leaders’ Take “I strongly believe that the focus on people is a priority, as when the people-focus is in place, the rest will follow.” Sandeep Banerjee, CEO, Edenred India “Our success in the future will largely depend on our ability to g y p y manage volumes and talent competition.” Pankaj Gupta, President, Hilti India j pwww.peoplematters.in
  19. 19. Business Leaders’ Take “Being a new company, I invest a great amount of time towards a range of talent management activities, including talent acquisition, team building and employee engagement.” Shweta Aggarwal, Vice Chairman & Director, SMC Capitals “In a growing economy, people challenges are welcome.” James McEleney, CEO, C O BNY Mellon International i Operational (India)www.peoplematters.in
  20. 20. Business Leaders’ Take “Business & HR are equal parties in the people capability agenda. d I spend at least 40% of my time on people-related issues and culture building by acting as a catalyst to help others become better leaders through coaching, mentoring, managing performance and feedback ” feedback. Niren Chaudhary, MD – Indian Subcontinent, Yum Restaurants India “The CEO must zoom in and zoom out constantly ” The constantly. Santhanam B., MD, Saint-Gobain Glass Indiawww.peoplematters.in
  21. 21. Business Leaders’ Take “HR plays a very crucial role in change management. HR As CEO, I spend somewhere around 20 to 25% of my time in HR or talent-related activities.” Aruna Jayanthi, CEO, Capgemini India “People “P l occupy 50% of my mindshare.” f i dh ” Pavan Dhamija, MD & CEO of DLF Pramerica LifeInsurancewww.peoplematters.in
  22. 22. Send us your f db k@ d feedback@peoplematters.in l iWebsite www.peoplematters.inTo Subscribe email subscribe@peoplematters.inOnline http://www.peoplematters.in/subscribeO li htt // l tt i / b ibFacebook https://www.facebook.com/PeopleMattersTwitter @peoplematters2Presentations http://www slideshare net/peoplematters http://www.slideshare.net/peoplematters www.peoplematters.in

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