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Swotting for Future - The New Era of Learning in Indian PSU
Among the many positives that the PSU’s have contributed in sectors like energy, infrastructure and services, one of the most striking stories about PSU’s in the recent past has been about the dramatic changeover they brought in themselves through self-reflection and self-correction. While as this transformation was seeded in the board rooms and intent of its leaders, but it blossomed and took shape in many classrooms across the length and breadth of the country.

These new age classrooms are often referred as modern temples that are changing the talent landscape in the sector and through this talent, there is a visible positive change in India.

As use of technology is becoming main stream and learning efficacy is monitored more aggressively, PSU sector is a front runner in making learning experience more accelerated and personalized. In many learning academies across PSU’s, the new era of learning has already moved from mere adopting of new practices to innovating the modern formats of learning.

Use of AI along with cutting edge platforms are making the shift from knowledge acquisition to knowledge application. Personally tailored learning sessions with the use of chatbots, virtual reality and social connectivity are making the new era of learning more easier, engaging and accessible on demand. Content development around various topics and using traditional Indian sources with new validated methodologies to drive the learning is a unique strength among Indian PSU’s.

This webcast will help us to learn more about these trends in detail from stalwarts of the PSU sector. It will also be a reflection of the new era of learning that is applicable to all in the new world order post COVID.

Jul 21, 2020 04:00 PM in India

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Emily M. Dickens
J.D., Corporate Secretary, Chief of Staff and Head, Government Affairs @SHRM
Emily M. Dickens, J.D., serves as SHRM's Corporate Secretary, Chief of Staff and Head of Government Affairs. She is the executive responsible for coordinating staff to implement the CEO's vision, the liaison for the SHRM Board and subsidiary boards, and executive with oversight of external partnerships, public policy, government affairs, and administrative services. Dickens is an attorney with significant and progressive experience in government, higher education and the non-profit sector. She has served as a member of the leadership team at the University of North Carolina system, the Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Her prior roles include general counsel, chief relationship officer, senior vice president, vice president for public policy and assistant vice president for federal relations. Dickens has also worked at Duke University and Fayetteville State University in administrative and external affairs roles.
Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra
Director - HR @Indian Oil Corporation Limited
Mr. Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra is Director (Human Resources) on the Board of Indian Oil Corporation (IndianOil) with effect from 19.2.2018. Prior to this, he was IndianOil’s Executive Director in charge of West Bengal State Office. A Mechanical Engineering graduate from BITS, Pilani, with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management from Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, Mr. Mohapatra joined IndianOil in 1987 and has since worked on varied assignments, including Terminal Operations, Supply Chain Management & Logistics. With in-depth knowledge and acumen in Supply Chain & Logistics, he had been associated with evacuation of finished products from IndianOil's domestic refineries, and product upliftment agreements with stand-alone refiners as well as other oil marketing companies (OMCs). Mr. Mohapatra was also one of the chief architects of the auto fuel quality (BS-III/BS-IV) upgradation programmes of OMCs in India. Between April 2010 and Jan. 2012,
Dr. Alka Mittal
Director (HR) @Oil & Natural Gas Corporation
Dr Alka Mittal leads the human resource management function of India’s largest E&P company, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited. She joined the Board of ONGC as Director (HR) in November 2018 after having distinguished herself in diverse roles and challenging assignments over a period of more than 33 years in India’s Maharatna Energy She is the first woman functional Director of the company in its more than 60 years Major. of history. Dr Alka Mittal has driven strategic & impactful human resource programmes and policies in ONGC, with focus on adopting best-in-class HR practices towards making ONGC a best place to work and nurturing a generation of dedicated energy soldiers in India. A leader with a mission, Dr Mittal has steered ONGC to become one of the top companies in the country today in the area of CSR, with focus on impactful and sustainable projects to empower the community and preserve our planet. Dr Mittal is on the Board of ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Limited (OMPL).