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July - 2010 - issue > Movers and Shakers

Taking Over New Responsibilities

Gargi Sinha
Monday, July 5, 2010
Gargi Sinha

With an extensive experience of over 27 years in the field of Human Resources, including establishing talent management programs, leading recruitment drives, and developing human resource training programs, Anuj Kumar is now appointed as the new Vice President – Human Resource of India Operations, Fujitsu Consulting India. In this role, Kumar is responsible for spearheading the human resource programs in the organization, including Human Capital Development and Talent Acquisition.

Commenting on the current role, Kumar says, “It is extremely challenging and I aim to increase the visibility of the company and make it employee centric.” Prior to this, he has worked with leading IT companies including CSC, GlobalLogic, Keane, and HCL. He spearheaded the Employee Centricity Initiative at CSC, GlobalLogic, and Keane. As a result of his outstanding contributions, all three companies got featured in Best Employer Studies during his tenure.

Kumar believes, “Looking forward for something unique and putting it into work is a key factor in building up a successful career.” An excellent team motivator, he believes in his ability to mentor and develop teams, adapt to changes, and communication and interpersonal skills that help him deal successfully with employees. Holding on to similar convictions, he advises the upcoming young technology professionals to always look at a career with a long term perspective.

Outside work, Kumar loves spending time with his family and going on a long drive. He holds a postgraduate diploma with a specialization in Personnel Management from Xavier Institute of Social Service (XISS) and a General Management Program from XLRI, Jamshedpur.
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