Head – Learning & Development at Reliance Retail Ltd., India
Ranjit Khompi is an award-winning business professional with 24 years’ experience across Marketing, Consulting and HR. Currently Ranjit heads India’s largest retailer – Reliance Retail’s capability building for Fashion & Lifestyle businesses to ensure talent readiness of >37,000 employees. As Head L&D, he drives business outcome focussed HR interventions to build talent capabilities of today and tomorrow.
He’s on SHRM’s panel of global experts for SCP certification exam design and an assessor on apex Indian Business Chamber of Commerce (CII) Excellence Awards panel.
Through his experiences and research, he has developed copyrighted Training Quantification Methodology.
Ranjit is the author of numerous articles and has presented papers at international conferences and seminars. He’s also a visiting faculty at premier Business Schools in India. Ranjit blends in his experiences across Automobile, IT, Outsourcing, Insurance, Telecom and Retail sectors when he regularly speaks at HR and L&D summits.
Session: HR mindset on ROI- Why HR must think ROI even before designing interventions
CEOs and other C-suite executives funding the HR initiatives intuitively believe that the programs add value to the organisation. At the same time, they want to see the impact of their investments, but instead receive only activity and satisfaction data. Thus, HR approaching with ROI as a quantification tool using credible, validated processes can confirm leadership’s intuition of HR’s effort alignment to optimally utilize organisation’s resources.
- Identify the hurdles restraining HR professionals from thinking ROI for their interventions/policies
- Visualise Implications of driving ROI mindset in HR
- Analyse examples of ROIs driven successfully
- Map key pointers to drive ROI based approach in own organisation
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