Praveen Mishra

Praveen is the Founder and Principal Consultant at Khedge Business Consulting Pvt Ltd. He works with organisations in areas of business strategy and human-resource management. Over the last 15 years he has helped various organisations with their HR processes, structure, alignment and effectiveness; and talent strategy and processes. You can connect with him at praveen@khedge.com.

Benchmarking compensation – Simple hack and no nonsense approach.

This approach to benchmarking compensation at your workplace can work across business and sectors, industry domains. If undertaken well, and with reasonable thought and effort the benchmark percentiles would be a good guide related to the identified jobs, industry and target companies. They can help in deciding or recommending your teams increments. The approach assumes…

Dhamma (Dharma) at workplace.

Dhamma is a pali word which borders around the Sanskrit word Dharma. We are not talking about Dharma as any religion. We are just talking about Dharma as what needs to be done and the right way of doing things – a philosophy. Dhamma at workplace is just about taking up learnings from Dhamma, and…

Bringing objectivity in your performance management process.

Any performance management process is based on simple framework. Performance Planning, or Target Setting (KRA*, KPI**, Measures) Performance Review (Review – Feedback – Appraisal – Related decisions.) If you want to bring objectivity in your performance management process, you have to ensure that the performance planning exercise assigns tasks and related targets to employees based…

HR priorities and planning framework for a greenfield operation – Guide for the lonely CEO.

Identifying hr priorities for a new business or a greenfield operation can be daunting. Ensuring that appropriate hr planning is undertaken helps keep your business well organised. This helps prevents you from feeling the burden once new employees start joining, or when people start refusing your job offers. . The story begins: A company decides…