WEBCAST: Digital Engagement of Employees | Exploring Newer Data & Analytics Opportunities
Enterprises are at various stages of maturity in their digital transformation journey, and COVID-19 has further underscored the importance of AI and analytics across industries and geographies. The new normal will encompass a digital outlook and a re-definition of work, workforce, and the workplace. Enterprises will need to find and create newer avenues of digital employee engagement to keep up with this dynamicity.
About the Webcast
In this webcast, Dhritiman Chakrabarti touches upon the context of employee engagement viewed with a digital lens. The webcast delves into six main themes: Workplace Distancing, Sentiment Check-ins, The Impact of Digital Commerce, Personalization, People Managers, and Continuous coaching/Mentoring.
Dhritiman explains how enterprises are increasingly taking to collaboration tools and adoption of new tech, which generates massive volumes of data. Analyzing the host of this data, finding relevant summaries, and using these in real-time can make a staggering impact. Given that a majority of firms have moved to the remote working strategy, enterprises need to re-evaluate and assess employee experience. Personalization of programs and mentoring can go a long way in bolstering employee engagement.
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Dhritiman Chakrabarti, Advisor – People Analytics, BRIDGEi2i
Dhritiman Chakrabarti has over 24 years of experience in the HR Advisory industry across three global consulting firms. At BRIDGEi2i, he’s involved in guiding the global Go-to-Market strategy on talent analytics and expanding into the Asia Pacific(APJ) region.
Dhritiman holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce (Hons), an MBA in Finance and Strategy, and an Advanced Diploma in Systems Management. He’s also a member of the Founding team of an early-stage Venture Capital Fund and an advisor to several startup companies.