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Sink or Swim: Ensuring Your SSO Makes A Splash In The Talent Pool

A session at 15th Annual Asian Shared Services and Outsourcing Week

Tuesday 4th September, 2012

4:00pm to 4:40pm (SMT)

By 2050, The Hackett Group estimate that the majority of CFOs in APAC will be young, highly academic women. According to a study by the Hay Group, a global management consultancy, there are over 75 key components of employee satisfaction. And in Mercer’s 2010 Future of Talent Management Survey, 96% of Asia Pacific respondents anticipated an increase in competition over the next three to five years to attract the key talent their organisations need to succeed. Even viewed in silos, each of these trends will have a significant impact on attracting and retaining talent in your SSO. So together, how will this change the business environment and succession planning for both employees and employers alike? Are you sailing through the changing talent dynamics in the region or simply treading water?

•Factoring the changing demographic and social circumstances into Workforce Transformation plans
•Understanding where global standardisation must give way to cultural demands
•Communicating the complexities of talent management felt across Asia up the value chain
•Creating an attractive employer brand and value system
•Crystalising career paths for valued current and future employees

D N Prasad, Head of People Technology and Operations & People Brand – APAC, Google

Ajay Kumar Dhir, Executive Director and Group CIO, Lanco Infratech

Kimsuka Narsimhan, CFO, PepsiCo India

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Time 4:00pm4:40pm SMT

Date Tue 4th September 2012

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