25 October 2017
Westin Mindspace, Hyderabad
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The world is undergoing major changes and disruptive technologies are expected to transform the world - artificial intelligence, analytics, robotics and process automation. The development of automation enabled by these technologies brings a promise of higher productivity, increased efficiencies, safety, and convenience. However, the implementation of these technologies also raise some difficult questions - about the broader impact of automation on jobs, skills, wages and the nature of work itself. To understand and respond to these changes, AMCHAM India is organizing a conference on the Future of Work.Register Today
Work has become dynamic and disruptive. We are entering an era of automation and changing business models. Technology is enabling automation at work - artificial intelligence, sensors and robotics are set to become mainstream. In this new world of cybernetics, how do we gear ourselves to understand/change the way we look at work in each sector?
In this session, experts would touch upon how we can leverage this change and create work which would be challenging, interesting and creative.
As automation, digital platforms and other innovations are changing the fundamental nature of work, understanding these shifts can help business leaders, and workers move forward. While technological changes replace jobs, they also create new jobs and we need to reskill and redesign ourselves to do what we are doing better.
In this session, experts would share on how they have adapted to these changes, by helping their employees upskill.
Artificial Intelligence, automation and machine learning on one hand and on the other, creation of jobs with millennials joining the workforce, seeking flexible work arrangements, who will be the right leader and what will constitute of successful leadership attributes, will be the focus of this session.
How HR can play a key role by shifting the way it deals with worker/jobs based on the changing scenario in the Industry which is leaning towards automation for higher productivity and that will be the focus of this session.
9:30am - 10:00am
10:00 - 10:45am
Ms. Katherine Hadda ( Consul General, US Consulate, Hyderabad )
Ms. Kiranmai Pendyala ( Chairman AMCHAM Hyderabad / Member National Board; Corp VP HR EMEA, COO AMD )
Mr. D P Singh ( HR Committee Chair AMCHAM/ IBM )
Mr. Utkarsh Palnitkar ( KPMG )
10:45am - 11:30am
Mr. V. Laxmikanth
Mr. Sanjiv Navangul ( Johnson & Johnson )
Talent Leader / Partner ( Deloitte )
11:30am - 11:50am
11:50am - 12:50pm
Mr. Abhishek Tomar
Mr. Arijit Sarkar ( Google )
Mr. Malledi Reddy ( CDK )
Mr. Ranjan Patnaik ( Dupont )
12:50pm - 13:40pm
13:40pm - 14:40pm
Ms. Nischita Katyal ( Home Entrepreneur )
14:40pm - 15:30pm
Ms. Kiranmai Pendyala
Mr. S V Nathan ( Deloitte )
Ms. Sheila Vinczeller ( International Paper )
15:30pm - 15:45pm
15:45pm - 16:30pm
Mr. Mukund Menon
Mr. D P Singh ( IBM )
Mr. Sarthak Raychaudari ( Whirlpool )
Mr. Sunil Bijlani ( Synchrony Financial )
16:30pm - 16:40pm
Mr. Shashidhar Reddy ( Vice Chair AMCHAM, VP Qualcomm )
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Westin Mindspace, Hyderabad