The global pandemic has brought about a historic opportunity for enterprises to rethink how they manage human capital. Organisations have been forced to reconsider many workplace assumptions, interactions and processes - given the new imperatives of health and well-being, remote working, virtual teams, rapid growth of digital technologies and above all the ever-growing demands of getting the right skills and talent. People Managers and HR leaders have the onerous task of not only creating a safe workplace in the short term, but also redefining systems and processes around the most important asset of businesses: the human capital.
People and their performance are influenced by the firm culture, strategic leadership, HR processes, talent composition, digital interface, and structure. Leaders need to take a ‘Systems’ view of their human capital ecosystem and cannot afford to tinker with parts of it.
Our Executive education is redesigned for a radically different world. This programme blends the rigour of the rich and advanced curriculum by our global faculty with the ease and flexibility of digital learning. Leveraging digital platforms, we will provide real-time learning so you can immediately apply many advanced skills, relevant for the uncertain times we live in.
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Chandrasekhar is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Strategic Human Capital (Practice) at ISB. Chandra holds a PhD in Organisational Behaviour and has done his MBA from the University of Leeds, UK. He has directed Leadership Development Strategies across traditional and new age industries. He brings a rare combination of interest in research, writing, teaching, and executive education, with vast hands-on experience of management practice.
Rick has 30 years of global business experience coupled with a long track record of teaching success. As a former partner of the consulting firm Accenture, he has had the opportunity to work with clients around the world on topics of business models, strategy, leadership and organisational change. His recent book, Human Capital and Global Business Strategy has received many accolades. Rick also serves as a director on several boards and as an advisory board member for multiple prestigious organisations including AACSB Asia Pacific, the Singapore Civil Service College, ICEDR, and SSI Asia Pacific Limited.