The appropriate management of people is absolutely essential to ensure that talent is engaged to make a positive impact on the core purpose of the enterprise. Human Resource Management concerns not only the engagement of individuals, but also the organization in which they function and, therefore, involves implementing programs that nurture organizational development. In the contemporary complex and competitive global environment, good people practices are critical to achieving organizational objectives while simultaneously impacting external society and the environment.
TranscendOrg is a premier organization, whose objective is to guide organizations to institute futuristic and impactful HR systems that will enable them to achieve their desired objectives through good people practices. TranscendOrg offers the complete range of HR interventions, broadly grouped into five categories:
Highly Experienced in HRM Systems Across Sectors
Comprehensive Menu of Interventions
Co-created and Customized Initiatives
Institutionalized Documentation for Scale
Tangible & Measurable Impact
Customization & Co-creation
TranscendOrg works on the ethos of co-creating HRM solutions with client organizations. Co-creation is a value-based, context-driven and a collaborative effort to develop solutions that will have the desired outcome. It builds on a perception of organizational challenges, cause-effect relationships, constraints as well as alternatives available either to overcome problem situations or to improve existing practices.
About Col. Rajgopal
Colonel M Rajgopal (retd) is the Founder of TranscendOrg, which provides consultancy services for private and governmental organizations. In the past some of these organizations included Dubai Health Authorities, Dept of Health, Govt of Kerala, India, Indian School of Development Management, Access Health International and SLG Hospitals , Hyderabad.
Col Rajgopal is also helming People Catalyst, an industry-wide not-for-profit HR consortium, which has, in a span of one month, over 180 members from around 40 diverse healthcare organizations. This non-hierarchical, self-managed organization will be the foundation of the much needed change in the HRM of hospitals. The activities of the forum would include capacity building sessions, understanding challenges and expectations from heads of institutions, interacting with complementary sectors such as pharma, diagnostics and medical device companies as well as gaining knowledge about public health, community care and social determinants.
Col Rajgopal served in the Indian Army for 27 years in the field of Logistics, Material Management & Human Resource Management. He then worked in the CARE Group of Hospitals as Group CHRO for over 10 years where he set up the entire range of HR processes across the 15-hospital chain. He also led transformative HR interventions such as the visioning exercise and authored the Vision Document.
Thereafter, he was the Group COO (Business Head) at the Care Institute of Health Sciences, Hyderabad, a start-up providing innovative medical education and community care. In less than 2 years he set up the state-of-the-art Safercare Simulation Centre to train doctors, nurses and paramedics in a wide range of around 70 multispecialty courses.
Col Rajgopal has done a Post Graduate HR Course from XLRI, Jamshedpur where he stood fourth in order of merit. He was awarded the HR Practice Leaders Award during the South Asia Regional HR Summit held in Mumbai in 2014. He is also a certified Executive Coach from the international Neuro-Leadership Institute.