BML Munjal University (BMU), a Hero Group initiative, today announced that they will host a two days virtual summit on August 21 & 22, 2020 to reflect and better understand the turbulent work landscape in India in today’s pandemic in discussion with the host of CXO & CHRO’s. Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, Niti Aayog would be the keynote speaker on the first day’s session of the two-day virtual summit. The conclave will also see participation from eminent industry experts such as Meena Ganesh, CEO & MD – Portea Medical, Alok Madhukar, MD – Goldman Sachs, Suraj Chetri, Director HR – Airbus, Sandeep Kohli,Partner, Talent Leader – EY, Vijay Sethi, CIO, CHRO & Head CSR – Hero Motocorp, Nitin Kamath, Founder & CEO- Zerodha, Madhu Srivastava, Group CHRO- Vedanta PLC, Tojo Jose,CHRO, Muthoot Fincorp and many more.
The summit would broadly focus upon the future of work and how the workplace is undergoing a tectonic shift. The industrial revolution 4.0 is upon us, with disruptive technology rapidly changing one’s personal and professional lives. This is emerging as a disruption on organizational structure and on human resource allocation in organizations that are strongly leveraging new technologies. Furthermore, with the pandemic leading to work-from-home as the new normal, monumental changes are envisaged in the work landscape. The platform will help BMU as well as the industry to explore the associated risks and opportunities in the future and work on risk mitigation for better tomorrow.
Some of the interesting session/s such as Managing work during the Pandemic, How smart is your workplace? or Upskilling: Future-proof yourself from uncertainty could throw-up interesting insights as well as invite interest from the audience.
Speaking about the Leadership Summit 2020, Santanil Dasgupta, Director- Career Guidance and Development Cell said, “The upcoming Leadership 2020, is an attempt by the university to bring experts from the industry CXOs & CHROs to discuss the evolutionary & revolutionary changes in the work landscape during turbulent times. While we were already moving towards Industry: 4.0, we want to uncover, debate, and understand how the advent of Covid 19 has propelled this evolution. I am encouraged to see the enthusiasm of the industry stalwarts to be a part of our effort and am certain of successful discussion that will benefit each of the stakeholders. “
BMU lately has undertaken many initiatives to make sure that the curriculum is updated as per the latest requirements of the industry.
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