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IIM Bangalore & AonHewitt launch ‘Next Generation CHROs’, a specialised course on HRM
HRK News Bureau | Bengaluru | Wednesday, 19 April 2017

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The 10-day programme aims to prepare the CHROs with the pros and cons as well as the entire business structure of the organisation.

 

Corporate–educational institute partnerships are always considered to be beneficial for the fraternity and businesses at large. IIM Bangalore and HR consulting firm, Aon Hewitt, have collaborated to launch a specialised programme on human resource management. The objective of this programme is to train HR leaders to drive business outcomes.

The corporate educational programme, called ‘Next Generation CHROs’, will be launched in June.

As the workplace is at the threshold of another big shift, the HR function, especially the chief human resources officer (CHRO), should be prepared to manage this change. This 10-day programme aims to make the CHROs aware of the pros and cons as well as the entire business structure of the organisation.

The course will impart complete business knowledge to the CHROs to be able to manage their tasks. This will further help them voice their opinion to senior management and contribute towards the growth of the organisation.

Sandeep Chaudhary, CEO, Aon Hewitt, says, “The Next Generation CHRO programme has been designed in a way that it adds to the expanding talent pool of leading CHROs in the country. The objective will be achieved by carefully assessing the critical capability gaps and coming up with solutions thereafter.”

The programme will have three modules, and participants will be required to be at the IIM Bangalore campus to attend training sessions. IIM faculty members, as well as senior Aon Hewitt practitioners, will be teaching and training the participants.

The primary focus of the programme will be on business aspects—enhancing the understanding of business value chain to identify linkages to people initiatives; designing and executing business-specific human capital strategy; reconfigurating HR operating modules with respect to changing business demands; taking up acquisitions by leveraging technology and data, and understanding the transformation journey of a human resource organisation.

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2 comments

  • Comment Link Vikrant Thursday, 20 April 2017 posted by Vikrant

    Wish to subscribe

  • Comment Link Prakash Thursday, 20 April 2017 posted by Prakash

    How about investment (fee)?

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