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‘Globalisation and Indian MNC’   HR and Talent management  Challenges and Opportunities      Horton International       Gl...
Contexto What is driving Indian Companies to Globalize ?o Evolution over timeo Globalization of Aditya Birla Groupo HR Cha...
Drivers of Globalization Opportunity : Slow Growth , Low Valuation Liberalization of India Trade Barriers Challenges o...
Evolution over time - Indiao Early Globalizationo IT Globalizationo Late Globalizationo Fashionable Globalizationo Entrepr...
Evolution over time - India    Foreign Direct        FY 1995     FY        FY 2011     Investment                      200...
Aditya Birla Group•Launched globalization journey fourdecades ago, established first overseascompany in Thailand in 1969•A...
Aditya Birla Group: GloballyA metals powerhouse, amongst the worlds most cost efficientaluminium and copper producers . H...
HR Challenges Unknown Employer Brand How to staff the top Assimilate the newly Acquired / Hired Generalize or Speciali...
HR ChallengesMode of their Entry Size of Investment•Green Field            •Large•Acquisition            •SmallSector     ...
HR Challenges                  Speed ofExperience as MNC Internationalization•First Time         •Rapid•Done it, Seen it  ...
Learnings Support Internationalization Strategy with Competence Strategy Cadre of Entry Specialists Your own Organizati...
Role of Search Partners Centre of Relationship Network – Legal, Accounting, Search Office Space Employment Market Trend...
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'Globalisation and Indian MNC' by Dr Santrupt Misra- Aditya Birla Group

Dr. Santrupt Misra is the CEO Carbon Black Business of Aditya Birla Group and Director, HR of the Aditya Birla Group , Director on the Aditya Birla Management Corp.Pvt Ltd Board ( Apex decision making body of the Group) , delivered the key note address on Globalization & the Indian MNC - HR & Talent management - Challenges & Opportunities to global partners of Horton International ( hortoninterinternational.com) , a top 20 search firm , in their Annual Global Partners Meeting ( at Taj Lands end Mumbai, India, March 3rd ,2012)

His presentation gave a good perspective of Indian groups expanding overseas, and the challenges they face in acquiring the right talent. According to him the relationship between the company and its search partners is a partnership and the success of the business will be greatly determined by the initial support they receive from the search partners.

Key decisions / initiatives taken at the meet
1. Further strengthen central secretariat / group administration to enhance systems / best practices / seamless delivery across globe
2. Strengthen network – already Appointed New partners in Austria and Peru
3. Build NICHE’ Global practices – Maritime & Pharma / Healthcare launched
4. Build / consolidate >> International & Regional Key accounts
5. Actively promote Cross border business – both clients & CANDIDATES
6. Focus on BRIC – the growth engines – source candidates from other countries to address Talent shortage
7. Launch of “Horton International Leadership Series “ in India

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'Globalisation and Indian MNC' by Dr Santrupt Misra- Aditya Birla Group

  1. 1. ‘Globalisation and Indian MNC’ HR and Talent management Challenges and Opportunities Horton International Global Partners Meet Dr Santrupt Misra Mumbai, March 3, 2012
  2. 2. Contexto What is driving Indian Companies to Globalize ?o Evolution over timeo Globalization of Aditya Birla Groupo HR Challenges of Globalization for Indian Companieso Role of Search Partners
  3. 3. Drivers of Globalization Opportunity : Slow Growth , Low Valuation Liberalization of India Trade Barriers Challenges of doing Business in India Success of IT Globalization of Customers / Markets Improvement of Global Knowledge / Understanding India Diaspora Cash Surplus Desire to Derisk: Synergies
  4. 4. Evolution over time - Indiao Early Globalizationo IT Globalizationo Late Globalizationo Fashionable Globalizationo Entrepreneurial Globalization
  5. 5. Evolution over time - India Foreign Direct FY 1995 FY FY 2011 Investment 2005Inward FDI ($billion) 1.3 6 61.9Outward FDI ($billion) 0 2.3 43.9 Sectoral share of Services as a percentage of GDP has been above 50% across the last decade, 58% in FY2011 According to the BCG report –”2011 BCG Global Challengers” - 20 of the top 100 emerging companies tapping global markets are from India According to E&Y, the value of mergers and acquisition (M&A) deals involving Indian companies aggregated to US$ 34.4 billion in 2011 involving 806 transactions
  6. 6. Aditya Birla Group•Launched globalization journey fourdecades ago, established first overseascompany in Thailand in 1969•A US$35-billion corporation, in the league Australia | Austria | Bahrain|of Fortune 500 - Anchored by 133,000 Bangladesh | Brazil |employees from 42 nationalities Canada | China | Egypt | France | Germany | Hungary | India | Indonesia | Italy |•15 business sectors, over 50 companies in Ivory Coast | Japan | Korea | Laos | Luxembourg |33 countries across 6 continents – Over Malaysia| Myanmar |60% revenues from international operations the Philippines | Poland | Switzerland | Singapore | Spain | Sri Lanka |•Directly serving over 100 million Tanzania | Thailand | UAE |customers UK | USA | Vietnam |•Over 1.5 million shareholdersIndia’s First Truly Global Corporation
  7. 7. Aditya Birla Group: GloballyA metals powerhouse, amongst the worlds most cost efficientaluminium and copper producers . Hindalco-Novelis is the largestaluminium rolling company . One of three biggest producers ofprimary aluminium in AsiaNumber one in Viscose Staple FibreLargest Producer of Carbon BlackFourth Largest producer of InsulatorsFifth largest producer of Acrylic fibreAmong the top 10 cement producers
  8. 8. HR Challenges Unknown Employer Brand How to staff the top Assimilate the newly Acquired / Hired Generalize or Specialize Cost Comfort Overcoming the Attitude of Colonization Employment Market Trends Risk Assessment Speed of replacement Stop gap arrangements Talent Assessment: Existing / New Talent Strategy : Industry / Location / Ownership aspirations
  9. 9. HR ChallengesMode of their Entry Size of Investment•Green Field •Large•Acquisition •SmallSector Familiarity•Established/ Entrenched •Many old MNCs•New •Early Entrant 9
  10. 10. HR Challenges Speed ofExperience as MNC Internationalization•First Time •Rapid•Done it, Seen it •SlowBrand of the Leadership in theCompany Host Country•Known •Local•Unknown •Expat 10
  11. 11. Learnings Support Internationalization Strategy with Competence Strategy Cadre of Entry Specialists Your own Organization Culture can be as much a challenge as national culture Integration speed based local expectations, not your experience Trust Building cannot be left to chance HR Due Diligence & Planning are key to success 11
  12. 12. Role of Search Partners Centre of Relationship Network – Legal, Accounting, Search Office Space Employment Market Trend Advice on Talent Strategy: Employer Brand Deep understanding of client – Our experience with search partners Initial Hires Expat CEO mentoring Cultural aspects of people management Board composition
  13. 13. Thank You !

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