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NHRDN - KPMG Annual Signature Event

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LEARNING ON POINT 2018

21 FEBRUARY, 2018 | Venue - HOTEL ITC GRAND CENTRAL, PAREL, MUMBAI

NHRDN - KPMG Annual Signature Event

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LEARNING ON POINT 2018

21 FEBRUARY, 2018 | Venue - HOTEL ITC GRAND CENTRAL, PAREL, MUMBAI

NHRDN - KPMG Annual Signature Event

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LEARNING ON POINT 2018

21 FEBRUARY, 2018 | Venue - HOTEL ITC GRAND CENTRAL, PAREL, MUMBAI

NHRDN - KPMG Annual Signature Event

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LEARNING ON POINT 2018

21 FEBRUARY, 2018 | Venue - HOTEL ITC GRAND CENTRAL, PAREL, MUMBAI

Conference Overview

Given the pace at which business realties are changing there isn’t a doubt in anyone’s mind that learning has to move from the traditional supplementary role within the HR function to a much more substantial and strategic role for an organisation to remain competitive and relevant. A futuristic learning paradigm can ensure that organisations set the right human resource development strategies thus allowing for them to keep pace with changing business realities. The future of learning and development requires the intersection of different worlds – the world of psychology, of rapid digital and of development impact. To succeed, learning must be available to the people that need it, when they need it, in the way they need it and always grounded in effective scientific evidence-based design.

Speakers

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Mr Ajay Aggarwal

Associate Director Business Excellence, KPMG
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Dr Ritu Anand

Senior Vice President Tata Consultancy Services
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Dr Prince Augustin

EVP - Group Human Capital & Leadership Development Mahindra & Mahindra
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Ms Manavi Baveja

Head - People Development ‎Uber
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Mr Sadhan Bhattacharya

Head of Training and Development Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc
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Ms Sunita Bhuyan

Wellness, Leadership and Change through Music Consultant, Musician
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Mr Sandeep Girotra

Head of HR – APAC Davita Healthcare
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Mr Sandeep Gupta

Head of Learning & Development ICICI Bank
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Ms Niloufer Irani

Executive Director KPMG India
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Mr Manmohan S Kalsy

CHRO United Breweries Limited
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Mr Arun M Kumar

Chairman and CEO KPMG in India
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Ms Madhavi Lall

Managing Director, Head - HR India, Deutsche Bank
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Mr Yashwant Mahadik

Former Executive Vice President & Global CHRO Sun Pharma
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Mr Abhilash Misra

Director – Global Outreach & Executive Education The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
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Mrs Rashmi Mehrotra

Solution Consultant Cornerstone On Demand
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Dr P V Ramana Murthy

Sr Vice President Global Head - Human Resources Taj Hotel
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Mr Rajesh Padmanabhan

Director, Member - Group Council & Group CHRO Welspun Group
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Mr Anand Pillai

Managing Director - Leadership Matters, Inc. Adjunct Professor for Strategy and Leadership - IMT Ghaziabad
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Ms Mahalakshmi R

Head HR India, Mondelez International
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Mr Vipul Rathore

Associate Director KPMG Academy
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Dr Vishal Shah

Vice President - Leadership Development Wipro Ltd
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Ms Rachita Sahgal

Former Director (Learning & Development) GE South Asia
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Ms Harlina Sodhi

Senior Executive Vice President (HR) IDFC Bank
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Mr Paneesh Rao

Chief Human Resources Officer L&T Technology Services Limited
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Mr Dhananjay Singh

Director General National HRD Network
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Mr Nishchae Suri

Partner and Head – KPMG Academy
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Ms Nishath Usmani

Executive Director KPMG India

Event Schedule

Session Name Session Theme Session Description Timing
Registration Registration 09:00-10:00
Welcome Address Welcome Address 10:00 - 10:10
Collaborate Learning Culture An ideal learning culture has - managers and leaders actively champion the cause of  learning and play the role of  ‘agents of development’. In this session, discover the nuances of culture wherein learners take responsibility for their own development. Design a comprehensive rewards mechanism that incentivises learning by offering recognition at an organizational level. 10:10 - 11:05
Operate L&D Operating Model Setting up a Learning function requires a thorough wiring of inter-related components - strategic positioning, budgeting processes, curriculum design & delivery and governance mechanisms. This session focusses on getting the fundamentals right - necessary for a fit for purpose learning organisation. 11:05 - 11:35
Tea/ Coffee Tea/ Coffee 11:35 - 11:55
Innovate Technology and Infrastructure Through this experiential session, understand the power of technology in building a highly personal learning path, creating informal networks using crowd sourcing & social learning platforms and achieving seamless integration that enables 'always on' learning. 11:55 - 12:25
Assimilate Learner Experience Learning programmes should be based on a solid commitment to an intuitive user-experience. Embrace a consumerised approach using hyper-personalised and multi-modal learning. Employees should have access to a wide range of learning resources and enjoy complete autonomy to create their learning paths, beyond their role requirements. 12:25 - 12:55
Lunch Lunch 12:55 - 13:50
Deliberate Reality Check: Where is L&D Today? KPMG and NHRDN's Learning on Point Survey 2017, measuring learning maturity of organisations, provides key insights on the overall health of Learning & Development (L&D) in India. The survey, based on KPMG’s Learning Maturity Model, helps organisations make better decisions regarding L&D in coherence with their business strategies. In this session, we release the report and share our key findings. 13:50 - 14:10
Amalgamate Business Strategy Alignment Learning strategy is an integral part of the business strategy, where learning is an important input to the business planning process. Explore how organisations create alignment and plan their learning agenda well ahead of time focused on strategic objectives. 14:10 - 14:45
Integrate Integration with HR Processes Learning should be integrated with other HR processes including performance management, career pathing, succession planning, and rewards amongst others. In this session, we unearth the roadblocks that keep us from gains that occur from these synergies and craft ways to capitalise on them. 14:45 - 15:20
Calibrate Learning Metrics and Impact Measuring learning impact continues to be a challenge for many organisations. In this session, we focus on actionable insights, with live examples. Learn about metrics to measure learner knowledge gain, change in learner behaviour and ROTI (Return on training Investment). Use data analytics and predictive modelling to measure learning trends and personalize learning.. 15:20 - 15:50
Tea/ Coffee Tea/ Coffee 15:50 - 16:10
Accelerate L&D Role and Competence An important and often underplayed dimension of learning maturity is the role of L&D in an organisation and its competence. In this immersive debate, we question L&D's role and level of competence in organisations today. 16:10 - 17:15
Prognosticate Bold Predictions (Future Forecasts) We are at an interesting phase - given business and environmental demands, learning in organisations is at front and centre. This session will leave you with bold predictions that are expected to revolutionalise the field of learning. Be a part of the future of learning by taking away concrete action steps. 17:15 - 17:30

Registration Fees

* GST 18% extra is applicable on the below fee

NHRDN Members (Individual & Institutional) Up to 2 Paid Attendees
  • INR 7000 / Per Person
  • Early Bird Offer (Up to 09/02/2018)
  • INR 6300 / Per Person
NHRDN Members (Individual & Institutional) 3 or More Paid Attendees
  • INR 6300 / Per Person
  • Early Bird Offer (Up to 09/02/2018)
  • INR 5950 / Per Person
Organisations that Participated in the Learning on Point Survey 2017 Up to 2 Paid Attendees
  • INR 7000 / Per Person
  • Early Bird Offer (Up to 09/02/2018)
  • INR 6300 / Per Person
Organisations that Participated in the Learning on Point Survey 2017 3 or More Paid Attendees
  • INR 6300 / Per Person
  • Early Bird Offer (Up to 09/02/2018)
  • INR 5950 / Per Person
Non-Participants & Non-Members Up to 2 Paid Attendees
  • INR 8000 / Per Person
  • Early Bird Offer (Up to 09/02/2018)
  • INR 7200 / Per Person
Non-Participants & Non-Members 3 or More Paid Attendees
  • INR 7200 / Per Person
  • Early Bird Offer (Up to 09/02/2018)
  • INR 6800 / Per Person

Partners

  • Platinum Partner

  • Exclusive Media Partner

  • Academic Partner

  • Communication & Design Patner

  • Rewards & Recognition Partner