The root cause of abdication of Toyota from the No.1 car maker spot in 2010 was an exhortation for organizations across the world. One of the biggest recalls due to unintended acceleration of several vehicles was probed into many underlying causes, mediocre Human Resource (HR) management being a predominant one among them. When the company disproportionately rewarded managers for cost-containment versus sustaining product quality, it created the incentive for everyone involved to ignore the facts and deny the existence of flaw. Employees who are well-trained and subjected to balanced rewards & performance monitoring systems would not have allowed the situation to grow as it did.
Anamika Sahu, Managing Editor
Dr. Siddharth Dutta, Associate Vice President Consulting, Marketsand Markets Research
Indrajit Chatterjee, Executive Vice President & CHRO, KEVA
Michael Meyer, CRO, CSOMRS BPO
Kanishk Agarwal, Founder, CriTaxCorp
Vishal Vasu, Executive Director & CTO, DEV IT Ltd.
Rohit Manglik, CEO, EduGorilla
Sayali Karanjkar, Co-Founder & COO, Paysense