Not only HR but organisation has to recalibrate work dynamics

Not only HR but organisation has to recalibrate work dynamics
HR has no option than to embrace the BIG P's. To me HR is a tough profession to be in especially now with the new normal and the newer ways of working, you have to juggle between so many hats. The positive part is that you can instantly see how much of a difference HR can make in this revenue driven world of work.

Do you think there will be need of recalibrating HR post covid? If yes, what would be the focus areas?

SG Albert Einstein is widely credited with saying, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”. Through these days of being ‘pandemic time’ many of us have had the opportunity to introspect, reflect and think of recalibrating our lives post COVID.

People function which is at the heart of any organisation cannot think of sitting at the bay. A new normal has set itself in motion. India Inc has started to reset its workspaces in preparation of resuming to work after the lockdown. The question is not only HR but the organisation as a whole will need to think how to recalibrate work dynamics and embrace digital transformation in a post-pandemic workplace. This would entail well thought through strategies which would suit individual businesses. For example, some of...

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Dr. Saagarika Ghoshal

currently is Managing Director of Match Board (Business transformation and Board Practices). Her Board affiliation with various companies and HR practice spanning 25 years across a spectrum of industry sectors that include Telecom, Financial services, Aviation, Media & Entertainment and Retail. She is a prolific Author and prominent speaker at industry forums, several marquee organizations and educational institutions. Saagarika has been named in 30 Most Powerful Women in Indian Business and the 50 Most Influential HR Leaders in Asia.

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Dr. Saagarika Ghoshal

currently is Managing Director of Match Board (Business transformation and Board Practices). Her Board affiliation with various companies and HR practice spanning 25 years across a spectrum of industry sectors that include Telecom, Financial services, Aviation, Media & Entertainment and Retail. She is a prolific Author and prominent speaker at industry forums, several marquee organizations and educational institutions. Saagarika has been named in 30 Most Powerful Women in Indian Business and the 50 Most Influential HR Leaders in Asia.

Dec. 2022 Issue

Workplace Frustration

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