Organisations are growing at a rapid pace and it is when HR analytics practices add significant value by leveraging data for competitive advantage. The key to success of HR Analytics lies in identifying the right analytics techniques and tools, collecting the right data and deploying the right analytics engines. To help you with the process, we have lined up a set of senior leaders who have deployed such transformational solutions in large MNCs. It is their guidance which will lead to great outcomes & improve the talent management processes.
Know more about our mentors :
Sanjay has experience of over 20 years in Technical Delivery, Domain Consulting, leading large distributed development teams, Talent Retention, Talent Transformation and Talent Acquisition. Sanjay has been instrumental in developing dozens of best practices in the realm of Talent Acquisition, Transformation and Retention in the companies he has worked for.
Mr. Ramesh Soundararajan
Partner, Culstran Consulting LLP
Mr. Ramesh S. is an HR professional with 25 years of experience as a practitioner and consultant. An electrical engineer from National Institute of Technology (NIT), Kozhikode, Ramesh completed his master’s in personnel management and industrial relations from Xavier School of Management (XLRI), Jamshedpur. Crompton Greaves, TVS Whirlpool, Infosys Technologies (more than a decade), and Sasken Communications are the prominent companies he has worked with. Presently, he is the founding partner of Culstran LLP, a firm focused on consulting corporates in the areas of culture, strategy, and analytics. He has worked as a located head of HR, head of a CoE, as well as the head of the function. He has consulted with clients in India as well as in the USA. In all his roles, he has pioneered an analytical approach to reviewing information, integrating insights from across different functions to help the function put its best foot forward. The approach encompasses all HR domains such as performance management, learning and development, and talent acquisition and retention. His blog on analytics, “HR3by2”, is widely referred to. He is working with large corporations from developing analytics competency in HR to designing interactive dashboards. He also works with start-ups in the HR analytics space. He is trained assessor using the PCMM and CII HR models. His book on “Winning on HR Analytics – Leveraging data for competitive advantage” published by Sage, is a practical, do it yourself handbook to convert analytics into an area of strength and maintain competitive advantage.