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Need to revolutionise recruitment process: World-renowned author, Gurcharan Das
"The organizations need to revisit the recruitment processes and policies to harness the potential future leaders and build assets. Recruitment is not only a human resource function; it has to be aligned with the senior management perspective. Along with a 'bias to action', execution is more important than strategy for the leaders. The institutions are built by campus recruits and not by mid-career hiring," emphasised Gurcharan Das, World renowned Author, Thought Leader & Commentator while addressing the HRM Summit 2015- Developing Future Leaders in India organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
"The digital media has changed the knowledge inflow and this has largely impacted the leadership styles. Though the leadership culture in political domain is different from the corporate world, but it is imperative to apply innovation in recruitment processes and leadership styles in both politics and corporate world", shared P D Rai, Member of Parliament, Sikkim according to a CII release.

"The era of digital abundance, which features an overwhelming volume of information delivered at dizzying speed, has the potential to be a game changer if harnessed effectively by Indian business leaders. The next generation of leaders must understand that problems can be solved by expert networks outside the traditional employee domain and that others outside the inner corporate circle may have the best solutions," said Rumjhum Chatterjee, Conference Chairperson, & Deputy Chairperson, CII Northern Region & Group Managing Director - HCD, Feedback Infra Pvt Ltd.

"The entrepreneurs in current scenario need to cross the last mile and need to think out of the box", said Ajit Rangnekar, Dean, Indian School of Business (ISB).

"The future of Indian business leadership will be need to be different from today's hierarchical organizations or command and control leadership styles. As India Inc goes even more global, the notion of what a business leader is, and needs to be is being challenged. Future Indian business leaders will need to be more collaborative, more willing to admit that the tea is able to drive value and innovation better," said Shreekant Somany, Chairman, CII Northern Region & Chairman & Managing Director,  Somany Ceramics Limited.

CII awarded the winners of the Online HR Business Quiz. DCM Shriram was adjudged the winner, and Fortis Healthcare and Secure Meters were adjudged first and second runner up respectively.

Indian School of Business was the Institutional partner for the Summit. The summit was well attended by over 150 delegates from across the country.

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