Defining Design Thinking
Design Thinking is a blend of both design and thinking. Any system, process or product that is created by applying the principles of design thinking will be practical, easy to use, and visually appealing. This is why Design Thinking is becoming an integral part of all functions of an organization, especially where system and process design is concerned.
Today, HR is actively deploying the principles of design thinking while creating process and systems that their employees use in an effort to create positive employee experiences starting from hiring – the first point of contact that the organization has with an employee.
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We recently attended the SHRM Annual Conferece held in Delhi. SHRM India gathered some of the biggest names of the India Inc. Internationally-renowned speakers offered fresh points of view and inspiring stories that can help shift your perspectives and deepen your understanding of leadership, motivation, and success.
- The conference witnessed 1150+ delegates from 10+ countries. (including 150+ CXOs at the CHRE Breakfast Meet)
- Powerful content with 36+ Knowledge Sessions featuring 90+ Global Thought Leaders
There was a time when automated screening and decision making were viewed as impersonal and
irrelevant. Today, they serve as an invaluable tool to recruiters dealing with growing numbers of candidates and also help in balancing out the challenges candidates face in terms of poor communication, lack of organization or vague job descriptions. Improving candidate experience is one of the top priorities of businesses whether its small, mid or large.