November 6, 2019
TKP New York Conference Center

8:00

REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING

8:40

WELCOME FROM THE CHAIRPERSON

William Tincup - President, RecruitingDaily.com

8:45

KEYNOTE: NAVIGATING THE HR REVOLUTION

Technology is revolutionizing the way we work, and HR practitioners must adapt to respond to this change. In a hyper-connected world, employees expect authentic, engaging and human connections with their employer. How do HR leaders navigate these evolving expectations to attract the next gen talent that will shape the future of their businesses?

Kathryn Minshew is the CEO and Founder of The Muse, a career platform used by over 75 million people to research companies and careers. In 2018, The Muse was named one of Fast Company’s 50 Most Innovative Companies in the world. Kathryn is also the author of Wall Street Journal’s national bestseller “The New Rules of Work” and will deliver her expert insight on how HR systems can empower people in a changing world of work.

Fireside Chat

Speaker:

Kathryn Minshew - CEO and Co-Founder, The Muse

Interviewer:

William Tincup - President, RecruitingDaily.com

9:30

SESSION DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED

10:10

NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

10:40

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN WORKFORCE NEEDS AND TECH SOLUTIONS

The panel will provide insight into assessing organizational needs objectively, determining changes required to existing, far-reaching processes, justifying tech investment and choosing the right service provider.

  • Analyzing workforce requirements and understanding where technology is most needed
  • Assessing the benefits of tech solutions to key workforce challenges: workplace productivity tools, project-based work management systems, continuous improvement platforms, digital learning, talent acquisition and management, digital employee wellness platforms
  • Facilitating employee engagement with customer-centric platforms
  • Choosing the right technology and vendor: what are the pitfalls?
  • Building a business case for HR investment; gaining buy-in from the board and outlining the return of tech-driven initiatives
  • What are the emerging technologies that will shape tomorrow’s workplaces?

Panelist:

Robert Childs - EVP HR Advisory Services & Capabilities, American Express

Dipti Salopek - VP Head of People, Etsy

Chris Meier - SVP Human Resources, Macy’s Inc.

11:20

Unifying Engagement and Performance to Drive Action

To truly develop the capabilities to succeed in this ever-changing world, we need to deeply understand what drives not only the engagement but the performance of our people. In this session, hear from Lauren Guilbeaux on how to:

  • Connect the dots between employee engagement and performance
  • Enable the company to drive behavioral change
  • Tap into insights from millions of employees to predict key moments in their journey

Lauren Guilbeaux - Sales Director, Culture Amp

11:40

HOW CAN YOU SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATE A HR TECH PROJECT?

This panel will discuss the journey of implementing a HR tech project to enable the best results from a tech investment. Sharing success stories, key pitfalls to avoid and lessons learnt to provide a roadmap for effective implementation and change management.

  • Key considerations when developing the strategy for a seamless HR tech implementation project
  • What is required from service providers when implementing tech projects?
  • Facilitating effective collaboration between HR and IT
  • What should you consider when integrating new technology with legacy systems?
  • How do you communicate effectively and engage the workforce to ensure employee adoption?

Speaker:

William Tincup - President, RecruitingDaily.com; Writer, Speaker, Advisor, Consultant, Investor, Storyteller & Teacher; Board Advisors / Director for 20 HR technology start-ups across the globe

12:10

NETWORKING LUNCH

1:10

HR TECH TALK

Leading, cutting-edge and often pioneering HR technology innovations demonstrated in clear concise and understandable bite-size talks.

1:30

HOW BOTS, AI AND ROBOTIC AUTOMATION ARE SHAPING HR

It is undoubtedly an exciting time to be in HR and to consider the monumental changes coming to the people function. HR departments are adopting AI technologies and automation to streamline operations and enhance their contribution to overall business goals. This exciting session will cover how executives are approaching this opportunity by:

  • Providing analysis of the latest HR technology and its impact on business strategy
  • Understanding how bots and RPA are aiding to automate complex tasks and data
  • Navigating various types of skill sets required to work with, configure and maintain digital robots
  • Training HR teams to focus on higher-value services and successfully managing the transition

Moderator:

Jamie Hoobanoff - Founder, The Leadership Agency

Panelist:

Deep Paudel - Global Head of Talent Technology, Goldman Sachs

Devon Satnick - Head of Talent, Reonomy

Rory O’Doherty - Director, Provider Advisory, Talent Tech Labs

2:10

HR TECH TALK

Leading, cutting-edge and often pioneering HR technology innovations demonstrated in clear concise and understandable bite-size talks.

2:30

SESSION DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED

3:00

NETWORKING BREAK

3:30

HR TECH TALK

Leading, cutting-edge and often pioneering HR technology innovations demonstrated in clear concise and understandable bite-size talks.

3:50

HOW DO YOU UTILIZE HR DATA TO DRIVE PERFORMANCE AND GET RESULTS

In the era of big data and analytics, companies need to turn their data into insight to inform strategic decision making, add value to the organization and develop more targeted and effective HR initiatives.

  • How is the role of the HR team changing as the integration of technology in organizations increases?
  • How can HR teams effectively utilize insights from data to add more value?
  • How do you nurture these skill sets? How do you create a culture that allows collaboration between business centres?
  • How can HR professionals use AI and algorithms to make more effective strategic decisions?
  • Overcoming key barriers to adoption and creating cultures that support analytical and data-driven HR
  • Dealing with issues relating to HR data transparency and permission

Paul Enruse - VP Global HR Transformation, HR Operations and Delivery, Metlife

Dawn Klinghoffer - General Manager, HR Business Insights, Microsoft

Matt Brandt - Global Head of HR Analytics, Morgan Stanley

4:30

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