About Murad S. Mirza
Murad is an innovative thinker and an astute practitioner of areas within and associated with the fields of Organizational Development, Talent Management & Business Transformation. He has worked in various geographical regions across the world. He has a rich history of delivering desired results for progressive organizations ranging from SMEs to Large Corporate Entities.
His scholastic accomplishments have been affirmed by induction into Beta Gamma Sigma, an International Honor Society, as a Lifetime Member. He is also a globally published author and an active contributor to various professional forums. His profile on LinkedIn can be viewed at: http://ae.linkedin.com/in/muradsalmanmirza
The aura of ‘Groundbreaking Technology’ has long been touted as the ‘majestic’ manifestation of human ingenuity with ‘innovation’ being the ‘compelling’ driver and ‘progress’ holding the ‘motivation’ portfolio. History has borne witness to three industrial revolutions and we are now in the throes of the fourth one. The has been highlighted by Klaus Schwab in his article ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution: what it means, how to respond’
Article by 25 October 2017
Progressive organizations are continuously looking for ways to improve their operational efficiencies under clearly defined, easily understood and widely embraced strategic imperatives. A common thread that can facilitate such dynamic initiatives is the presence of a healthy cohesive culture. However, it remains a formidable challenge for organizations, especially, in high growth sectors, e.g., IT, to sustain a set of cherished principles/values/behaviors/norms that can enable effective coalescing of an increasingly diverse workforce towards a common purpose.
Article by 20 October 2017
Succession Planning is increasingly being viewed as an organizational imperative to ensure timely availability of qualified and competent candidates who can take up the reins of critical leadership positions upon the availability of relevant vacancies.
Article by 18 October 2017
Leadership at the helm of progressive organizations is becoming increasingly difficult with the lure of efficiency-driven technology, powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), significantly impacting the corporate landscape.
Article by 12 September 2017
The 6D approach is a systematic methodology for ensuring that the existing workforce is readily able to face business challenges in an uncertain economic environment.
Article by 18 July 2017
Organizations are complex entities and each is governed by a unique set of dynamic circumstances that include both the controllable and uncontrollable factors.
Article by 22 June 2017
The ‘ROCKSTAR’ framework is a strategic approach for institutionalizing Employee Relationship Management (ERM) initiatives that drive the virtues of sustaining robust ‘psychological’ contracts and sound ‘professional’ work agreements to engage employees in gainful organizational citizenship behaviors. Constituent elements of the respective framework are as follows:
Article by 30 May 2017
Organizational Development has come a long way from languishing in the shadows of HR to being widely recognized as the primary driver of core organizational competencies through targeted interventions. It traverses the delicate path of progressive transition to a better state by employing the services of Change Management that embodies the systematic approach to managing risk in reaching desired goals and objectives.
Article by 27 April 2017
Progressive organizations have been grappling with the notion of effectively leveraging Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) initiatives within their workforces to gain a competitive edge in increasingly sensitized markets for quite a while.
Article by 16 March 2017
Have you ever wondered why superheroes have such a strong fan base? Growing up, I was a huge BATMAN fan. One of his key qualities that I really appreciated was the astute application of human ingenuity in designing and developing gadgets that enabled him to subdue powerful opponents without any supernatural powers
Article by 10 March 2017