IIM Rohtak has been conducting Outstation Conclaves in cities all over India, and now its Bangalore's turn. The event will be conducted on 21st May, 2016, at Hotel Vivanta (Taj), Yeshwantpur, Bangalore, and will be bestowed by the presence of eminent industrial stalwarts, such as Mr. Avinash Sabharwal – MD Accenture, Mr. G.Y. Suhas – Head HR L&T, Mr. Abhinav Johri – Sr. Manager EY, Mr. B. Venkatkumara – President Landmark Group, amongst other prominent personalities.The theme of the discussion will be "SMACIT- Leveraging Technology in Business Transformation".
Times -10:00 am to 6:00 pm at Hotel Vivanta (Taj), Yeshwantpur, Bangalore
SMACIT or Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud and Internet of Things is the clustered concept driving innovation in technologies and businesses today. With endless possibilities and easy access to digitized user content, data driven decisions is what might make or break business processes in the future.
Put together with the aggressive push of the government to bring everyone on-board the technology train and the growing share of the digital economy in job creation, business possibilities presently surpass the human imagination creating a marketplace capable of making explosive growths and success stories.
HR professionals are foraying into tech world and technology is making in-roads in Human Resource Management. One prominent trend that ascertains this fact is how HR has emerged to be pioneers in leveraging Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud and internet of things (SMACIT) trends. The panel will focus on discussing on how these trends are enabling HR to streamline processes and bring down the effort spent on operational issues and focus on strategic issues.
Technologies have allowed the marketing organization to become more efficient and effective and the boundaries with other functional disciplines are blurring. Marketing is at the interface of the firm and its present and prospective markets. The panellists will try to throw light upon how will the activities, responsibilities and design of the marketing organization evolve in the future? The answers will emerge from the interplay of three driving forces with the unique features of each firm’s strategy, legacy, and the dynamics of their market. These driving forces are the impact of digital technologies, the changing role of the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) as a member of the C-suite, and emerging organizational designs.
The real promise of SMAC technologies is not necessarily their individual contributions or their cost savings and process efficiency for IT, but their potential to support the continued digitization and automation of business models and processes. According to many, we’re moving into a new era of a “digital industrial revolution”. The panellists will share their insights upon the trajectory of the evolution in IT to see what SMAC may bring over the next several years impacting not only the nature of IT, but also the nature of how we conduct business itself.
At the core, a connected workforce relies upon an employee experience. There are four dimensions of the connected employee experience: Leadership, Development, Recognition, and Culture. Each of these dimensions can be further supported with SMAC-enabled innovations. By carefully designing these four dimensions, tailored to the company’s unique brand, value proposition and strategy, leaders can further support organizational aspirations for a connected workforce.
The panel will try to analyse how social media, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC) technologies has made the employees smarter whether they are using it through business applications or consumer applications.