Defining the Modern HR Function
The discussions centered around global HR trends and proactive approaches to diversity and inclusion at ChapmanCG HR leadership roundtable sessions.
Traffic in India May be Slow, But the Pace of Change in the Workplace is Faster than Ever
In March this year, ChapmanCG returned to India with a series of roundtables held across Bangalore, Mumbai and Gurgaon. The meetings were co-hosted by a number of long-term contacts at Intel, Credit Suisse, Ericsson, Expedia, BP, NCR and the Manipal Group. We were joined by senior HR leaders from a broad spectrum of industries including several leading organisations such as BNY Mellon, Flipkart, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, IBM, JLL, JP Morgan, KPMG, Lenovo, Maersk, Mondelez and PWC, among others. One common theme that emerged in each of the seven sessions held across the country was the increasingly rapid pace of…
Sydney Based HR Leaders Discuss HR and "Big Data"
Two groups of 25 of Australia’s top Regional HR Leaders met at the offices of Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse in Sydney last week as part of The Chapman Consulting Group’s 2014 Global HR Networking Series. With magnificent views of Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Opera House as the backdrop, HR Leaders from the likes of Deutsche Bank, Energizer, Kimberly Clark, Optus, Telstra, Pfizer, Qantas, Schneider Electric and many others were joined by Felicity Gray and Fiona Jury from ChapmanCG to discuss HR and the use of ‘big data.’ The morning session kicked off with thought provoking presentations from Jillian…
Five Tips for Moving to a Smarter "One World" StrategyHosted by: Amcor Bird & Bird Coach Credit Suisse McGraw-Hill Millward Brown Standard Chartered Bank Thomson Reuters Zurich
Matthew Chapman, CEO of The Chapman Consulting Group, recently chaired our Global HR Leader meetings in New York, London and Zurich in September 2013. These Global HR Leaders groups, held twice a year, bring together some of the most senior HR leaders in the world who, as part of their global remit, have a large focus on emerging and high growth markets. Our September 2013 series was hosted in New York at Coach, Standard Chartered, Thomson Reuters, Millward Brown and Credit Suisse; Amcor and Zurich in Zurich; and McGraw-Hill and Bird & Bird in London. A hot topic of discussion…
Global HR Leaders Meet in on the U.S. East Coast to Discuss Emerging Markets HR and Talent Trends
The Chapman Consulting Group co-hosted discussion groups on the U.S. East Coast for global HR Leaders last week. Sessions were held at the offices of GlaxoSmithKline (Philadelphia); Thomson Reuters (New York) and Credit Suisse (New York). These discussions focused on the latest HR and talent trends in Asia Pacific and other Emerging Markets, with China and India featuring heavily. Key topics were as follows: Increased Levels of Global Mobility of HR Talent HR Leaders reported that they are experiencing (and driving) a greater flow of talent around the world particularly to and from major emerging markets. It was noted that…
Q1/Q2 India HR Briefings by The Chapman Consulting Group Reveal Latest HR TrendsHosted by: Bank of America Merrill Lynch Cisco Coca-Cola Convergys Credit Suisse General Motors Nielsen Philips Shell Standard Chartered Bank
The Chapman Consulting Group spent a busy week with HR Leaders in three locations in India; Gurgaon, Mumbai and Bangalore this week. Our Half-Yearly HR Briefing Series for Quarter One and Two for India and Asia Pacific was hosted at the premises of many prominent companies such as Convergys, Philips, Nielsen, Coca-Cola, Shell, Credit Suisse, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Cisco, General Motors and Standard Chartered Bank. During this week-long series of HR Briefings with more than 300 HR Leaders across India, we noted the following trends: Increasingly, India is being split off from Asia Pacific or the Middle East…
Mumbai Based India Banking HR Heads Report Buoyant Market Conditions Still PrevailingHosted by: Credit Suisse
Banking HR Leaders met in Mumbai this morning for the regular ‘APAC and India Banking HR Roundtable’ that The Chapman Consulting Group puts together. The session was co-hosted by Credit Suisse. It is always thought provoking to pull together the HR Heads of multinational and local organisations in India to compare the HR issues at play. Our last gathering with this group was held late 2011. It was fascinating to parallel some of these latest India HR issues against the global and regional trends we are seeing from our discussions across Asia, Europe and the US. Some key observations are…
India HR and Talent Leaders Meet in Mumbai to Discuss HR Trends Affecting South Asia
The Chapman Consulting Group was involved in five HR networking sessions in Mumbai this week, bringing together some of the highest calibre members of our HR alumni in Mumbai but also from other parts of India such as Hyderabad, Pune, Bangalore and New Delhi. Over two busy days on 20 and 21 January, The Chapman Consulting Group met with more than 100 specially invited HR Leaders and Talent Heads to share India and Asia Pacific HR information. It was a very successful two days, and it was great to connect with many of our HR friends and to welcome into…