From the word go, the HR Summit was created by HR executives who wanted to go a step beyond just conferences and have an open forum where it was possible to share the best practices, experiences and insights.
Development is a process that demands techniques, skills, methods and application of technology to accomplish tasks. The theme for this year – “Prism of Possibilities” rightly puts forward how the collaboration of dimensions is done in organizations while incorporating the application of all the parameters of development. Each and every threshold has their own wing of possibilities, wherein HR executives can manoeuvre to confirm their decision. They can test out each possibility and measure the appropriate skills, methods and application of technology.
The HR Summit will provide a magnificent platform to heighten learning about human potential in business-related frameworks and contribute to sustainable human resource development. An aim to provide a platform for sharing the best practices, insights, industry experiences and the latest breakthroughs in the field of HR.
And with that, HRizon, the Human Resources Club of Narsee Monjee Institute of Management and Studies, Hyderabad is proud to announce its HR Summit 2020.
- Date: 29th February, 2020
- Time: 10:00 – 17:00 Hours
- Venue: Vivanta Begumpet, Hyderabad
The era of continuous change and development hold great possibilities that are yet to be uncovered. It directly affects our human capital, which in turn affects economic growth and can help to develop the economy by expanding the people’s knowledge and skills. The concept of Human Capital is the realization that not everyone has the same skill sets or knowledge.
So, let’s have a productive discussion in the conference of speakers from esteemed and diversified organizations and ponder on the thoughts for the day:
- Will the HR functions benefit or be threatened by this ongoing change?
- What can the organization and managers do to make the best of what is available?
“The knowledge and insights you can get in just one day at a writers’ conference make it worth the trip.”
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