Presented by: Bill Rasmussen, Founder, ESPN
Born out of adversity, ESPN changed the way we all watch television. The most successful media story of our time is one you won’t want to miss. The innovative brainstorm for an ...
Lisa Sullivan, Vice President, Workforce Planning & Analytics, Pearson
Liz Almeida, Workforce Planning & Analytics, Pearson
For most multi-nationals, organizational strategy and workforce planning are driven ...
Mayank Jain, Director, HR Analytics & Reporting, eBay
There are a handful of issues that impede an organization’s ability to move forward with workforce planning programs. Lack of a platform, lack of senior ...
Karen Hilton, Vice President, Human Resources, TRX, Inc.
An overwhelming majority of HR and business leaders want HR to play a strategic role in the organization, yet many HR departments have struggled to turn this dream ...
Russell Klosk, Workforce Planning Leader — Americas, HP
In order for workforce planning to be effective, the business and human capital strategies of the organization must be aligned and ready for workforce planning. ...
Peter Louch, Founder & CEO, Vemo Inc.
Ellen Whittingham, Senior Director of Business Effectiveness & Talent Management, Carmeuse Lime and Stone
Quinn Thompson, Director, Global Diversity & ...
Robert Gibby, Ph.D., Global Leader of the Human Resources Research & Analytics (HRRA) Practice, Procter & Gamble
The use of analytics supports decision making in HR processes — it aids the ability to ...Read more
Courtney Abraham, Vice President, Learning, Change & Talent Management, Winn Dixie Stores
Most organizations perform at least some form of workforce planning. However, all too often the process is focused ...Read more
New research from HCI reveals that 50% of HR leaders are not satisfied with their organization’s ability to predict talent needs. At the same time, fewer than 20% strongly agree that HR has the skills to understand and collect necessary ...Read more
Erika Duncan, Vice President, Human Resources, MetroHealth
Quality of hire is intrinsically linked to Human Capital Analytics. Measuring and reporting how new hires align to the expectations of a role is the jumping-off ...
Tracey Smith, Global Business Strategist: Strategic HR, Workforce Planning, & Analytics, FedEx Corp
The dynamics of a global economy and the rapid pace at which it changes have made Strategic Workforce Planning ...Read more
Soren Kaplan, Author of Leapfrogging: Harness the Power of Surprise for Business Breakthroughs and Managing Principal, InnovationPoint
Most leaders and organizations want breakthroughs — like the ability to ...
Heather Boatman, Vice President Organizational and Learning Development at Burlington Coat Factory
Learning and even leadership development doesn’t always find champions in the
boardroom, but for organizational ...
Joel Cataldo, Sr. Director of Talent Management & Development, Arrow Electronics, Inc.
Are your developmental initiatives linked appropriately to your talent strategy? Do employees see how a given talent initiative ...
Presented by: Melissa Daimler, Head of Organizational Effectiveness & Learning at Twitter
We know learning & the way of working have changed. But how? As practitioners, we are asking different questions, playing new roles, ...
John Reid-Dodick, Chief People Officer, AOL
In 2009, almost 10 years after what is often described as the worst merger in corporate
history, Time Warner spun out AOL as a public company. Over the next two years, ...
Dr. David Rock, CEO of NeuroLeadership Group
Can neuroscience help us to create better leaders? NeuroLeadership is a new field of
research exploring the biological underpinnings of leadership tasks such as making ...
Andrea Procaccino, during her tenure as Global Head of Learning & Development at Avon Products Inc.
This session will explore how one large corporation is using various innovative
technologies and social media to ...
Bob Bennett, Vice President, Human Resources and CLO Global Organizational Learning Development and Services at FedEx Express
Are you a believer that leaders are born, or that they are ‘made?’ While both ...