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|Human Capital Trends 2013 | Resetting Horizons: Looking beyond continued uncertainty, the world’s leading organizations are raising their sights, and pivoting from the great recession to the new horizons of 2020 with a focus on talent, globalization, growth, and innovation. This report introduces 13 global trends that are driving critical business and human capital decisions.
The report provides information on these trends across global markets through results of a survey of over 1,300 business and HR professionals from 59 countries.
|Edu Sector Access | Perspectives on education, skill and employment: This Edition of the Edu Sector Access, Deloitte’s quarterly newsletter features an interview with Mr. R.P. Sisodia (IAS), Joint Secretary (Higher Education), MHRD, to understand the Government’s perspective and get a peek into reformatory measures being conceptualised.
The newsletter also contains an article by Mr. P N Sudarshan – Senior Director, Financial Advisory Services at Deloitte India highlighting the reasons for increased interest of the private sector in this space. Furthermore, it also covers latest Tax and Regulatory updates from the sector.
|Defining the GIC CEO agenda for talent in 2013 | Beyond hypergrowth: What’s next for GIC talent in India?: Over the last two decades, the Indian IT-BPM industry has added nearly 8 per cent share in India’s GDP. India-based Global In-House Centres (GICs) of MNCs have been playing a very significant role in achieving growth. They have grown dramatically in terms of number of employees and scope of services. The “first act” for GICs was focused on establishing the centers and networks and the “second act” has been about driving adoption and growth|
|Funding the Infrastructure Investment Gap: The fast growth of the economy in recent years has placed increasing stress on physical infrastructure such as electricity, railways, roads, ports, airports, irrigation, water supply and sanitation, all of which already suffer from substantial deficit in terms of capacities as well as efficiencies.|
|Perspectives on Skill Development in Maharashtra | Matching aspirations to opportunities: This report aims to place the current skill development system in Maharashtra in the overall development and economic context of the state. The report outlines the key strategic options that can be considered to bolster the state’s response towards creating a skill development system that is responsive both to the aspirations of the youth and needs of industry.|
|Sustainable Sources of Energy | India Energy Congress 2013: The Indian economy is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The current GDP of India is estimated at USD 1.847 trillion1 for 2011 and although growth is expected to slow down in 2012, medium to long term projections still attribute 8% to 9% per annum growth in GDP.|
|Changing times. Changing roles | Retail HR gearing up to become a strategic partner: This POV provides a snapshot of key changing trends prevailing in the retail sector. It details the existing challenges being addressed by the HR fraternity and provides inputs and shares some interesting philosophies that can be adopted by HR to be perceived as a business partner in the fast growing retail sector.|
|Urgent needs of NGOs in the Education Sector: This report has been designed to investigate and highlight the urgent needs of NGOs in the education sector, provide a reference for Govt. and policy makers and provide actionable information to corporate houses and donors who are looking to support educational initiatives.|
|TMT India Predictions 2013: Today, the TMT industry is one of the most dynamic industries in India. Advances in technology have resulted in disruptive changes in the way businesses function. From colossal changes caused by digital convergence to a rapidly changing mass media landscape, companies in the TMT sector confront a swiftly changing marketplace.|
|India matters: By 2030 India is projected to be the world’s third largest middle consumer market, with an aggregated consumer spend of nearly US$ 13 trillion.|
|Machine-to-Machine: Vision 2020: Machine-to-machine (M2M) would make those things possible and affordable, which are currently not feasible to be delivered, in a vast country like India. Technologies that enable M2M communication such as GPS unit, RFID, GPRS modules, etc. have much to offer to the developing world towards improving quality of life.|
|From the Family to the Firm: This thought paper highlights how family-run
business houses are transforming from their traditional business style to adopt the latest management practices to sustain in this competitive business world amidst the Multi-national Companies.
|Indian Retail Market | Opening more doors: The Government has now notified 51% FDI in multi brand retail and in this paper the implication of the policy is more closely examined across retail segments, business stakeholders as well as foreign retailers.|
|Edu Sector Access: The Edu Sector Access Newsletter has been designed to provide information on latest sector news and tax & regulatory updates.|
|Media & Entertainment in East India - Bengal: The M&E industry in West Bengal is looking forward to a more buoyant future in terms of growth. Films are looking to increasingly tap the rich treasure trove of Bengali literature. More action in the television distribution space and in radio is anticipated, as both industries experience impacts from regulatory changes.|