Department of Business Economics Hosts Second Edition of HR Conclave ‘Symposia -19 : Transforming The Work & Workforce’

Charles Darwin rightly said “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change”

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We are living in a globalized world, where we have to be receptive to changes.The same goes for companies, if they do not innovate based on changing demand, they would not be able to withstand the competition.To survive,the company needs the people with the right skills and mindset,who should have the ability to embrace changes.

With the changing business environment, Department of Business Economics has re-invented and re-structured itself numerous times,and adopted its course structure and syllabus according to contemporary industrial demand.Our flagship program MBA(Business Economics) offers significant advantage by building a strong base in Business Economics and offering dual specialization in Analytics,Finance,Marketing and Economics.With an illustrious history of 46 years, the Department boasts of strong alumni base across corporate world and academia.We at Department of Business Economics,understand that we are standing at a critical juncture which is witnessing a monumental shift,impacting how the work is being done and the way things are being learned. We strongly look forward to seek an effective solution,and the best way to do so is to bring together the best minds of the industry at one place.And hence we are pleased to announce our HR Conclave for the year 2019- ’Symposia 19’.

This second edition of HR Conclave aspires to provide platform where various eminent HR professionals would come together to collaborate and exchange ideas to recognize the strategies to survive in this era of disruption.

The Conclave is open for discussion with three panels. 

Panel 1 discussion would be based on the topic “The Future Looks Bright. Or Does It? How to Navigate the New Skills Economy?”. Then we would proceed for Panel 2 discussion on “Importance of HR in bridging the gap between the Gen-X and Gen-Y” and conclude with Panel 3 Discussion on “The Baywatch Theory”.

So, get ready to witness this enriching event taking place on September 7,2019 at S.P.Jain Auditorium,University of Delhi,South Campus.

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