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- Danish Shaikh
Venture Lab – Prototype & Test
Problem:
Ms. M, who works as an HR professional at a hospital which belongs...
Prototype 1:
A comprehensive 2 – Day Campus to Corporate
Programme as part of the New Employee General
Induction Programme
Prototype 1:
Day Session Topic Contents Time
1
1Managing Self
Self SWOT, Learning Styles, etc., How to use strengths
and w...
Feedback By Miss M (Filled in by Ms. M herself)
What works: What needs to be improved:
Questions: Ideas:
Stress management...
Prototype 2:
A Mentor-Mentee System Framework
Prototype 2:
Mentoring is a relationship in which a more experienced employee guides, counsels, and
supports a less experi...
Mentor Selection:
Good Mentors are technically competent, know our culture, are willing to share
knowledge and experience,...
For the Employee
1. Acclimates employee to our business culture
2. Enhances employee knowledge and skills
3. Assists caree...
Basic Roles & Responsibilities
Basic Roles & Responsibilities
Feedback By Miss M (Filled in by Ms. M herself)
What works: What needs to be improved:
Questions: Ideas:
The ideas seem to...
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Prototype & Test

  1. 1. - Danish Shaikh Venture Lab – Prototype & Test Problem: Ms. M, who works as an HR professional at a hospital which belongs to a group of hospitals NEEDS A WAY TO facilitate a smoother campus to corporate transition for new joinees
  2. 2. Prototype 1: A comprehensive 2 – Day Campus to Corporate Programme as part of the New Employee General Induction Programme
  3. 3. Prototype 1: Day Session Topic Contents Time 1 1Managing Self Self SWOT, Learning Styles, etc., How to use strengths and weaknesses to one’s 1.5 hrs 2Suprises in Store Knowledge Shock, Culture Shock, Staus Shock, Political Shock 1 hr 3Corporate Standards Organisational Policies with regards to discipline etc 1.5 hrs 4Grooming Dressing, Hygiene etc 1 hr 5Telephone Etiquette How to talk to internal & external customers on the phone 1 hr 2 1Managing your Boss Tips and Tricks to manage your boss 1.5 hrs 2 Tips to succeed in the corporate world Tips like don't gossip, 1.5 hrs 3Stress Management Tips to manage stress when faced with pressure 2 hrs 4 Grievance Redressal mechanisms HR Managers' will introduce whistle blowers etc 1 hr
  4. 4. Feedback By Miss M (Filled in by Ms. M herself) What works: What needs to be improved: Questions: Ideas: Stress management Grooming Don’t Gossip – That may not really work out no matter what you do Maybe include job-specific skills too – Department wise (Say on a 3rd day)
  5. 5. Prototype 2: A Mentor-Mentee System Framework
  6. 6. Prototype 2: Mentoring is a relationship in which a more experienced employee guides, counsels, and supports a less experienced employee in his/her adjustment to and growth within the business environment. The Management will decide the mentor based on designation, grade, department etc. of the new joinee. Mentoring Relationships will have 2 aspects: 1. Cultural Aspect – to formally & informally acclimatize the new joinee to the organisational culture 2. Technical Aspect – to acquaint the new joinee to the functional aspects of the job for which he/she has been hired
  7. 7. Mentor Selection: Good Mentors are technically competent, know our culture, are willing to share knowledge and experience, and are motivated / engaged in developing others. Other characteristics include: 1. Understanding of our business and culture (4+ years with the company) 2. Solid work performance history 3. Strong verbal communication skills 4. Ability to get things done 5. Knowledge of company policies and philosophy 6. Positive attitude, sincere desire to help individuals succeed in the 7. organization 8. Ability to manage change 9. Problem solving ability 10. Coaching and listening 11. Expertise in one’s own discipline 12. Sensitivity to differences
  8. 8. For the Employee 1. Acclimates employee to our business culture 2. Enhances employee knowledge and skills 3. Assists career development 4. Provides a mechanism for feedback & advice For the Mentor 1. Creates satisfaction from sharing knowledge and experience 2. Enhances communication, coaching, and advising skills 3. Increases visibility in the organization and acknowledgment as role model For the Organization 1. Allows for smooth transition for new employees into the company 2. Assists employees in preparing for higher-level responsibilities as appropriate 3. Supports employee retention Benefits
  9. 9. Basic Roles & Responsibilities
  10. 10. Basic Roles & Responsibilities
  11. 11. Feedback By Miss M (Filled in by Ms. M herself) What works: What needs to be improved: Questions: Ideas: The ideas seem to work on paper Don’t see any difficulties in implementing the same. However, there may be an issue of rust on part of the mentor. He may see the new joinee as a threat and not put forward all skills required. Try coupling this with something else too. Try incorporating this in the KPAs of the mentor Try including an FAQ sheet too so that the stakeholders can refer to the FAQs in case of queries HR seems to be more of a spectator though this technically should be HR’s baby. Shouldn’t HR be the driver?

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