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KNOWLEDGE BEANS COMPLETES 3 WONDERFUL YEARS OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING! ! !

KNOWLEDGE BEANS a human resource newsletter issue no 37 | august 2011

HR–BUSINESSPARTNERSHIP Neha Kamat throws light on HR-Business Partnership - Theworkshopway

THESYSTEMIC PROBLEM Prof.RayTitus opines on the issue

THEHR,AVALUED BUSINESSPARTNER Aarti Sabnani shares her insights

HRBUSINESSPARTNER– THECOREDIFFERENTIATOR Neerja Ralhan elaborates on HR business partner

HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE

Prof. Ray Titus currently serves as Area Chairperson and Professor of Strategy &Marketing at Alliance University - School of Business, Bangalore. Prof. Titus has had a stint of over a decade in the industry before his entry into Academia. Prof. Titus publishes his professional blog ‘Buyer Behaviour’,which has been listed among the‘Top100academicBlogseveryprofessional investormustread’ by Currency Trading, US., and ‘15 Must Read Indian Blogs about Investing & Business’by INForum,India. THE SYSTEMIC PROBLEM ODCONNOISSEUR’SORATE Prof. RayTitus

The call to ‘system’ is a fair one. After all systems bring with it order and efficiency. Organizations world-wide have been reporting on gains from designing and implementing systems, facilitated by technology. But amidst all the brouhaha it is pertinent that the question be asked, ‘what can systems do to people?’ For there is as much possibility that systems reduce costs, as there is the prospect of it diminishing ‘human’, within it.

Systems have this uncanny ability to de-humanize especially back-end support systems. Is it therefore any surprise that the latest Australian Institute of Management employee engagement survey reveals forty per cent of the workforce felt unappreciated and 33 per cent were considering leaving their employer? The survey also showed that money didn’t matter as much, what mattered more was job satisfaction; good relationships with co-workers; good relationships with managers; new challenges; feeling valued by the organization; work-life balance; flexible work arrangements; job security and professional development opportunities. >>

Deeksha Jawa, Head – Project Management, Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, is a post graduate in Management HR and Green Belt in Six Sigma with a background in Psychology. She is also a DISC certified behavior analyst with a passion for behavioral sciences and combines her knowledge of psychometric testing with her management expertise to manage projects end to end and design & develop workshops in order to meet the changing needs of businesses. THE EDITOR’S COLUMN Deeksha Jawa

Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited is a leading Human Resource Training & Consulting Organization partnering with some of the best brands in the country and overseas. Atyaasaa has been a catalyst & a contributor in their quest for people development and business excellence. The core differentiator of Atyaasaa process is continual innovation, unique customization and use of state of the art technology tools implemented through ethical and experienced operations and human resource facilitators having contribution as their core value.

Knowledge Beans has completed three years of circulation! It has been a splendid journey, while bringing to you insightful themes from experts and enthusiasts in the most simplistic fashion. HR as a strategic partner is gaining momentum as being one of the best way yet in making human resources as the most important asset in an organization. Thus, this issue of Knowledge Beans stresses upon the importance of the HR Business Partner role in any organization.

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Khushnawaz Munshi - Associate Consultant Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, has completed her Masters in Business Administration and has majored in Human Resource Management. She is a keen observer of human behavior and loves to explore the dynamics of interpersonal relations. She is passionate about literary and oratory forums. NOTES FROM SUB-EDITOR Khushnawaz Munshi

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