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“Hiring the Right Talent is, Like Choosing a Right Friend, For Having a Long Term Relationship with Organization.” Mr. K. S. Jamestin, Former Director, ONGC.

04 Jan

SCMS Cochin witnessed the inauguration of “Chips & Nuts”, a forum of ‘Systems & Operations’. The inauguration of forum and launching of the website were done by Mr. K. S. Jamestin, Former Director of ONGC. Presently he is the Senior Advisor (HR & BD) to M/s KITCO, Vice-President of PMA- India Chapter, a fellow of AIMA, MC member-KMA. “Chips & Nuts” is a forum that provides students a platform to interact with prominent leaders from different professions related to System and Operations management, to share their experience and to impart their knowledge on business world out there.

Mr. K. S. Jamestin was so enthusiastic to deliver his valuable insights on organization, nature of organization and various challenges we will face, when we become the part of organization. He said, “Organization is more or less like an individual. An organization takes birth, the organization grows, the organization exists in society, the organization possesses the various patterns of behavior, the organization falls sick and at last the organization dies.”

The challenges, as future managers, we have to face will be numerous. The uncertainty about future is endemic to the organization. Foreseeing and equipping ourselves to deal with those uncertainties will make us successful in any situations of corporate life. The importance of measuring and monitoring our performances in an organization facilitate us to have a sustainable development, as a person in particular, and as a team in general.

Mr. Jamestin explained us, how he was at his best in HR management, even though he was from an electronics engineering background. The work environment in India is different from other developed countries. Boosting the motivation and morale of employees enhance the positive engagement of employees in a firm, thus creating in them a mentality to work beyond, to take an extra mile. Having a person for moral support is good, but the wisdom of whom to approach at the time of tribulations, gives better results.

And he concluded, “Fools learn from mistakes of self, whereas wise men learn from mistakes of others”

– A report by Bristo Thomas (PGDM Batch 25)

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