Two decades ago it seemed important to include “must have computer skills” in most if not all knowledge worker job descriptions. Today we carry supercomputers around everywhere, use software to apply our “soft” skills, and need computer skills to succeed at work — and in life.
What will be the next skill required of every employee in your workforce?
Join us on Wednesday, October 27 at 3:00pm IST to find out why data literacy is the new computer literacy, learn how to build an effective data literacy training program, and hear how learning leaders have upskilled their data-fluent workforces.
What to expect
Head of Learning and Development ,
QualityKiosk Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Mukesh Kataria is the Head of Learning and Development at QualityKiosk Technologies. With over 22 years of experience in IT Education and Training and a broad and rich exposure to HR and Business. Throughout his career he has held senior management roles with Capgemini as Senior Director of Learning and Development and NIIT as the Group Manager. Throughout his career he has been managing the Learning Operations for 70,000 employees. He has well-developed skill sets across stakeholder management, training and delivery /design and development and has been a major contributor to the Rapid Design Workshops (RDW). He has been driving emerging technology trends at all job levels and is currently working on Creating a Digital Age Learning at the Workplace.
Head of Talent Management,
National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)
Nisha is currently the Head of Talent Management at NPCI( National Payments Corporation of India ) and is responsible for strategizing, capability building and organizational development initiatives, prior to NPCI she was with TCS for 14 years. Her area of interest is designing frameworks and initiatives focused on solving business and people challenges. She believes that learning never stops and is passionate about learning new things from everyone/everything around her. She has worked extensively in the area of Talent Management, Employee engagement and Talent Development.In her free time, Nisha likes to play games with her 10 year old son and travel .
Data and AI Leader,
Decathlon Sports India
Sanjay Mahar is the Data and AI Leader at Decathlon Sports India. With an impressive track record of 11 years with Decathlon, Sanjay has held various positions at the company including project management Mobile First Digital Marketing, Digital Marketing Manager and he commenced at Decathlon as the Marketing Business Development Manager earlier in his career He is currently based out of India but has also worked in Brazil for a couple of years working on Decathlon’s mobile strategy. His specialisations and interests lie in areas including Data Science, Business intelligence, Machine Learning, Project Management, Retail Management and Digital Marketing.
Head of Global Technology Services & India Technology Centre,
Sajith is a Technology Management Professional with 20+ years of extensive experience. Solid background in directing IT Management functions, with a proven ability to bridge technology and business goals to provide productive business solutions. Demonstrated success in leading and mentoring cross functional teams in multi facility environment in order to maximize the productivity. Experienced in interfacing with key business functions and units including Sales, Human Resources, Finance, Operations, Manufacturing and Engineering in multi-cultural global arena. Excellent Leader and Communicator with good interpersonal skills, emphasis on building strong team, strong client relationships and capable of making professional presentations. Quick learner than rapidly adapts to emerging technologies. Sajith is someone, who has led Business start-ups, Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate Reorganisations, Business spin-offs and Business shutdown initiatives. Sajith can setup & operate global delivery capability models, greenfield projects & shape-up an existing one. Experienced in managing global technology budget, global technology operations, people, process and technology transformations.