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HR technology: By the people, for the people



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The purpose of human resources is to artistically inspire and empower the company’s employees to deliver their best performance. At the same time, it is needed to scientifically measure competence and productivity – among other things – using data to make crucial people decisions.

In this balancing act between art and science, how can you leverage on both aspects of the function to get the results your organisation needs from the workforce?

At HR Tech Interactive 2013 on November 29, Aditya K. Roy, director of people operations for sales APAC at Google, will share his insights on this topic in our first keynote of the day, focusing on:

  • The science behind the art of HR
  • Analysing the opportunities and challenges faced by today’s HR leaders
  • Leveraging data to define the strategic role of HR

In his role at Google, Aditya K. Roy leads the HR function for the APAC business organisation. He started his career in an education start up before moving to Dell and eventually Google seven years ago. He has more than 14 years of international experience with setting up and managing teams in Asia, Europe and the US.

Please click on the event agenda to view the outline of the day and to see which speakers are attending.

To register for the event, please click here.

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