The curriculum is divided into five modules. Module-I Strategic role of HR; we cover theories, applications, and contemporary research
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PhD in HR from IIT Kharagpur, a post graduate in HR from XISS Ranchi, and a graduate in fibre technology from Calcutta University. Trained in managing technology and human resources.He has been with organizations such as the Aditya Birla Group, IBM, Jindal Stainless Ltd, IMRB and lastly as Head HR with Tata Metaliks.
Expert in implementing Hottonworks and Cloudera based multi layered big-data systems. Extensively taught faculty and students on the subject of big data technology and analytics. Participated in various machine learning competitions with real world data in areas of business, environment, marketing and advertisement.
He has 37 years of involvement with top/senior administrative roles with Alcatel Lucent, Lucent AT&T, Fujitsu, Tellabs, Reliance Jio and Indian School of Business (ISB). He led innovation change drives in CDMA network in USA. He is currently adjunct/guest faculty with MDI (Gurgaon)
FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades. The globalized business environment demands that managers leverage the most advanced approaches to perform better and contribute effectively to organizational objectives. Hence, it becomes essential for managers to continuously update themselves about changing business paradigms and innovative business practices to stay ahead of competition. To meet this growing need of training and development for corporate executives, FORE has been consistently imparting training on topical issues in various functional areas of management for business managers at all levels.
Our human brain is wired to process information visually, making visualization one of the best ways to understand data. With so much HR and Talent data at our disposal, its essential that we come up with ways to filter the volume into manageable and meaningful pieces of information.HR is expected to report on the people data in a way that matters to the business. Data visualization for HR data has the power to change the dynamic in the boardroom and result in a faster path to material business decisions.
Higher talent retention, Stronger alignment between company strategy and people management, Better decision-making with accurate data and information, Increased employee satisfaction, Lower HR costs, Automation of manual processes, Improved visibility over the workforce.
Human resource professionals turn to HR analytics to find out what’s going on in their workforce and how best to use their resources and make best data driven strategies.
The data-driven mindset of an analyst is increasingly popular and looked for in management positions. Career paths to becoming HR manager and HR director are available, as well as horizontal paths towards (senior) Human Resources Generalist, or the more specialized Human Resources Information System Analyst and HRIS manager.
HR digital transformation is the process of changing operational HR processes to become automated and data-driven. In order for it to be successful, this metamorphosis should involve the organizations as a whole.