There is no management domain which is untouched by technology and digital media today. HR Tech is emerging as a subject in itself with sub domains like people analytics, future of work, social recruiting, employer branding and so on. To focus on two of the most critical areas in HR Tech viz people analytics and future of work, a One Day International Conference on People Analytics and Future of Work was organized by department of OB and HR, New Delhi Institute of Management on 23rd January 2018.
Smart India Hackathon has been a big hit among the corporate and industry professionals in Delhi and NCR region. Inaugurated by the HRD minister Prakash Javedakar and R Subramanyam, Secretary, Higher Education, MHRD on 30 March at NDIM campus, the Hackathon saw a big turnout of top CEOs and digital leaders during the 36 hours of hackathon showing their keen interest in learning from the young scholars from across the country. Smart India Hackathon was organized for the second time by the Ministry of HRD under the futuristic vision of the Prime Minister of India. The grand finale was held at 28 nodal centers across the country and has become the world’s largest open innovation model.
In the race for professionalism, state of the art technology and success, one thing has gone missing in our world-the human touch. Our business world is divided into B2B, B2C and now C2C, but isn’t something critical being left out in this classification. Perhaps H2H or Human to Human element in our interactions is what is often missing in our world.
NDIM students and team felt greatly honored by the presence (at NDIM campus) of Comptroller and Auditor General of India, Shri S.K. Sharma, IAS on the 24th Founder’s Day of NDIM. Mr Sharma began his speech by paying homage to the Founder JR Bansal. He laid stress on India’s demographic profile and the large young population as is its silver line. CAG emphasised that we need to strive for excellence in every profession as we cannot develop as a country without quality young professionals. He shared that how well we do a task is more important than the status attached to the profession and quoted John W. Gardner’s famous quote in this context.