Source | yourstory.com | Thimmaya Poojary
India’s second largest IT services company, Infosys, has undertaken a massive cultural transformation within the organisation. This involves meeting the learning and career aspirations of younger employees, and opening newer pathways for seasoned professionals.
With an employee base of a little over 2.36 lakh people, Infosys has embarked on a path where it needs to modernise the company through rapid adoption of latest technologies, and keeping employees in sync with these trends alongside.
In the backdrop of sweeping change of technology and business models, Krish Shankar, Executive Vice President and Group Head – Human Resources, Infosys, says, “The thrust of the company is to grow its agile digital business and re-energise the core through modernisation and reskilling.”
The task is easier said than done as there are varied aspirations among employees, and it also involves a shake-up of status quo.