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With changing business models, HR quickly needs to find out the DNA of talent they will need or risk getting SMAC-ked

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July cover story slideshare

  1. 1. www.peoplematters.in
  2. 2. The DNA of SMACKING Talent Software exports are estimated to rise 13 per cent to $86 billion driven by the ability of the industry to offer solutions that integrate SMAC based offerings with traditional services The new paradigm of doing business is mobile and social and technology has already changed the way we hire, interact and engage with our talent pool Talent mobility is one of the single biggest transformation that the new technology has brought in To read the full cover story click here.
  3. 3. Expert Views on ‘The DNA of SMACKING Talent’ The new natural resource – Data Dilpreet Singh, Vice President and HR Head, India/Southasia, IBM, says increased connectivity can lead to greater access to talent and change talent management processes. Click here. The new talent revolution SMAC has opened the IT sector wide to many users and professionals. This has led to increased innovation and entrepreneurship, says Binu Philip, Director-Human Resources at Microsoft India. Click here. Effect of SMAC on talent & HR-folded Hirak Kayal, Vice President – Applications Outbound Product Management, Oracle India, talks about how SMAC has disrupted the customer experience for business applications and HR. Click here. SMAC to be $1 trillion industry by 2020 At least five to six lakh people will soon be employed in the space, according to Ganesh Natarajan, Vice Chairman and CEO, Zensar Technologies. Click here.
  4. 4. Expert Views on ‘The DNA of SMACKING Talent’ Survival spurs SMAC growth Mritunjay Singh, Chief Operating Officer, Persistent Systems, on how rising competition is prompting companies to change their business processes and hence the way business is done. Click here. Tech to drive real-time business decisions SMAC has opened the IT sector wide to many users and professionals. This has led to increased innovation and entrepreneurship, says Binu Philip, Director-Human Resources at Microsoft India. Click here. The key ability is to reorient Raja Shanmugam, Co-Founder, President and Chief People Officer of Happiest Minds, talks about the need for remaining agile in the new paradigm of business. Click here.
  5. 5. The DNA of SMACKING Talent July 2014 For Further Information Kindly Contact +91 (124) 4148102 info@peoplematters.in www.peoplematters.in Connect with us on Subscribe Now!
  6. 6. The DNA of SMACKING Talent July 2014 For Further Information Kindly Contact +91 (124) 4148102 info@peoplematters.in www.peoplematters.in Connect with us on Subscribe Now!

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