Improving People Management and Reducing Turnover in Shared Services Organizations (Asia Time Zone)
19 October, 2011 | (01 hr)
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Like many large transformations, Shared Services Organizations are full of governance, people management and change management issues. Appreciation of people management and change management in a Shared Services journey has emerged as a key to sustained success. The roles performed in Shared Services Organizations require additional competencies and skills. The talent management philosophy and HR policies are not same as those for the parent company.
The key issues faced by the companies include talent retention, turnover and employee engagement. This interactive webcast will explore critical competencies and required skills in evolving Shared Services Organizations. Discussions will focus on recruitment and talent management including organizational drivers (job design, compensation, leadership) and inducements (reward inducement, task inducement, managerial inducement).
Audience: This webcast will be of interest to Shared Services executives in Asia who are concerned with overall talent management, with particular interest in developing effective strategies to attract and retain talent in Asia.
Noel Panaligan Paraso began his career with Shell as the General Manager of the Shell Shared Services (Asia) B.V. Manila in 2004 before moving on to the global role of VP Service Centre Network for Finance Operations in 2008. He has been involved ... Full Bio
K P Lau
KP Lau’s experience extends over 27 years, heading key business functions in various areas and industries spanning from Manufacturing and Trading to Oil & Gas. He joined BASF in 1994 where his achievements include overseeing successful r... Full Bio
Vipin Suri has served as Managing Director of Shared Services International since its establishment in July 2003. As a consulting alliance partner of The Amherst Group Limited he has successfully assisted a number of companies in the Asia-Pacific ... Full Bio