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  • The Realities of Technological Implementation in India

    In November this year, we at ChapmanCG returned to India for our second round of meetings conducted across 3 cities: Bangalore, Mumbai and Gurgaon. We had the privilege of co-hosting these meetings with a number of our long time key contacts in the country: Flipkart, JLL, General Motors, GroupM, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Asian Paints and FireEye Inc. While the meetings were around a few different topics, the common theme running through all of them was technology and its increasing impact on talent management practices. As the world moves towards an increasingly digital and automatized environment, there was a lot of…

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  • Compensation & Benefits Leaders Meet in Bangalore to Discuss Recent Market Trends
    Hosted by: General Motors

    The Chapman Consulting Group co-hosted its first India C&B Leaders session at the offices of General Motors in Bangalore on Tuesday 24th April. Similar gatherings have happened in Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan so we were excited to bring the C&B community together in India. The group was a diverse mix of industries and included attendees managing domestic, regional and in some cases global portfolios. Companies who were represented included Accenture, Intel, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, GE, Airbus and many others. Matt Chapman addressed the group with a brief update on the APAC landscape for C&B and how this is…

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  • Q1/Q2 India HR Briefings by The Chapman Consulting Group Reveal Latest HR Trends

    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…

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