CEO as the CTO


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84% Indian CEOs spend more than one-fourth of their time on talent management. The second People Matters & Study shows CEOs' increased focus on talent

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CEO as the CTO

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  5. 5. www.p e op le m atte rs .inInteresting Facts!73% CEOs intend to spend more than 25 percent of their time on talent related activities79% CEOs will spend more time on talent activities in the next fiscal75% CEOs feel they spend enough time on talent related activities67% of the CEOs spend more time on hiring the right talent63% spend more time on retaining talent71% of CEOs say that they track building internal capabilities on their scorecard61% of CEOs track succession planning on their personal scorecard
  6. 6. www.p e op le m atte rs .inEXPERTS SPEAK Our strength is the quality of talent pool that we have, and our business growth is directly linked to the growth and development of this talent. Manish Choudhary, VP & MD, Pitney Bowes Software India Click for full story I spend over 30 percent of my time on people related activities, which is primarily on people alignment, communication, reviewing and coaching future leaders B. Santhanam, MD. Saint-Gobain Glass India Click for full story About 25 percent of my time goes straight into people strategy as people are our key differentiators Sanjay Modi, MD, (India, ME and SEA) Click for full story
  7. 7. www.p e op le m atte rs .inEXPERTS SPEAK At thebeginning of our journey, we operated with a PLF of about 80 percent and now we have graduated to above 90 percent Arup Roy Choudhury, CMD, NTPC Click for full story As CEO, I spend about 20-25 % of my time in talent related activities which is primarily spent on interviewing top leadership team members as well as participating actively in the development centers. Harsh Chitale, CEO, HCL Infosystems Click for full story For me, the most important people priority is to ensure that our employer brand is reflective of the Towers Watson culture and values. Vivek Nath, MD, Towers Watson Click for full story
  8. 8. www.p e op le m atte rs .inEXPERTS SPEAK As the Group CEO, one of my key priorities is to connect with people, both formally and informally. Sachindra Nath, Group CEO, Religare Enterprises Click for full story Employee satisfaction and retention are part of my matrix, and they are certainly entrenched into the whole performance management system Sunil Duggal, CEO, Dabur India Click for full story Recruiting people for the right role, internal growth and cross functional Movements are a critical part of my role as MD Anil Khanna, MD, Blue Dart Express Click for full story
  9. 9. www.p e op le m atte rs .inEXPERTS SPEAK As CEO, my day is either spent with a customer or a consultant in the organization. Anand Shankar, CEO, Aon Hewitt India Click for full story I can irrefutably assert that investing well in our people has been the fountainhead of our sustained, superior performance Sanjeev Prasad, MD, LeasePlan India Click for full story My role is all people-related; even when we are discussing operations, finance, projects, etc., it all boils down to people management and people skills. C. S. Verma, CMD, Steel Authority of India Limited Click for full story
  10. 10. www.p e op le m atte rs .inEXPERTS SPEAK EXL’s current growth rate of about 30 % CAGR over the years has been possible because of its emphasis on attracting the right talent, developing them, acquiring greater skills and managerial capabilities. Rohit Kapoor, Vice Chairman & CEO, EXL Service Holdings Click for full story In the past year, my time spent on people related activities has gone up from 40 percent last year to 55 percent today. Sandeep Dhar, CEO, Tesco Hindustan Service Centre Click for full story The principle we follow is AER - Attract, Enable and Retain. Through this we are able to hire around 1200 people annually Ganesh Natarajan, Vice Chairman & CEO, Zensar Technologies Click for full story
  11. 11. www.p e op le m atte rs .inEXPERTS SPEAK Talent management, leadership development and creating an engaging culture are the core focus areas in my calendar. Sudhir Nagaraj, CEO, Vodafone India Services Click for full story We are the only company that has not seen any attrition at the senior management level over the last 10-12 years Susir Kumar, Executive Chairman Designate Global Services, Serco Click for full story 25% of my time is spent on attracting the right leadership talent, developing them and ensuring that they have the right goals and direction. Aruna Jayanthi, CEO, Capgemini India Click for full story
  12. 12. www.p e op le m atte rs .inEXPERTS SPEAK I always believe that when it comes to people, time is unlimited, and even if I have to give up some other priority to spend time with people, I would do that T. Krishna Kumar, CEO, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Click for full story Our intellectual capital is our people, so the better processes we have in place to develop them, the more the competitive advantage N. V. ‘Tiger’ Tyagarajan Click for full story My time on people-related activities is spent between employee communication and mentoring S. D. Shibulal, CEO, Infosys Click for full story
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