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Saumya Chandraker delivers guest talk at Alvas Institute

Published On : 16 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Moodbidri: VIBES- the HR forum of department of business administration at Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mijar organised a guest lecture on 'Use of technology in HR and managing organisational change' on September 15.

Speaking on the occasion, the resource person and senior manager (HR), MRPL here, Saumya Chandraker mentioned that technology plays a major role in HR today. Technology is also being used for talent search, master data maintenance, employee life cycle management, real time talent assessment and other related fields. Successful organisational management strategy includes agreement on a common vision.

Technology is a wonderful tool for recruitment, training and development, performance management, virtual manpower and data storage.

She emphasized that technology has brought in a paradigm shift in HR by making the system entirely transparent. The main goal of technology is transforming disintegrated departments into strategic business units with embedded HR system.

The dean of the MBA department, professor P Ramakrishna Chadaga also spoke on the occasion. He stressed on the importance of updating oneself in the dynamic world. Programme co-ordinator Gurudatt Somayaji was present.







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