Embracing HR & HRTECH
Not long ago, HR people were much like high school assistant principals―paper-pushers who kept the building running. Today, these managers focus more on people than on paper and, like skilled teachers, they help both the strugglers and the stars. And in the future? HR will be guiding employees throughout their careers and become more essential than ever to business analytics and strategy.
Tomorrow’s HR leaders will need to be bigger, broader thinkers, and they’ll have to be tech-savvy and nimble enough to deal with an increasingly agile and restless workforce. Technology is freeing up HR to take on bigger-picture matters, making the field more exciting, more demanding and perhaps more competitive as well.
Three Main Topics will guide the conference: Recruitment & Onboarding, Retention & Strategic Management, and Strategic HR & Leadership
TALENT ACQUISITION & CANDIDATE EXPERIENCE
The first track will address how technology impacts recruitment and onboarding. More specifically, this track will dive into areas such as how recruitment processes will change in the digital age, how technological change influence onboarding processes, and why onboarding is more important than ever.1
TALENT MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
The second track will provide valuable insights on how to improve your retention & employee experience. This will include how innovation impacts employee satisfaction, how making your retention efforts more technological will benefit the company, and why measuring employees precisely and correctly are important.2
STRATEGIC HR & LEADERSHIP
The third track will address how HR executives can improve business performance and develop an organisational culture that will foster innovation and a people-driven competitive advantage. As the new normal is upon us, HR leaders are facing new challenges that must be addressed.2
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In this panel, experts and thought leaders will share their perspectives on how this practice will change assumptions behind talent needs. This panel will reflect upon how People Analytics can be utilized in order to challenge the way organizations do workforce planning and assessing talent needs.
With the emergence of robotic automatization many work processes are becoming outsourced to robotics. The focus of this panel debate will be on the vital role HR plays in creating a working environment that embrace change while addressing the raising concerns of competing against robots in the future.
HR is changing with technology, large scale transformations and data driven approaches. For HR to provide value in the future, HR must be able to leverage the core business and shift to a proactive mindset. To this, top HR professionals and futurists will look at the future state of HR and the must wins of today.
The use of technology can enable organizations to improve the overall recruitment process experience by making it more reliable and efficient. The panelists will use their knowledge and experiences to discuss the pros and cons of using AI and Machine Learning to assess and select candidates.
The majority of organizations are expecting to increase their use of AI, cognitive technologies and robotic process automation over the next years. To take full advantage of technology, firms must redesign jobs to ensure the human dimension of work, and by creating new roles become more productive through the use of technology.
To ensure a strong alignment, HR needs to deeply understand the goals and directions of their business. Once success is clarified, it becomes possible for HR i.e. forecast which competencies will be needed in the future. The aim is to uncover how to successfully navigate across functions with the guideline of a corporate strategy.
HR analytics is becoming an increasingly needed capability in HRM. Organizations are starting to realize the potential and impact this can have at a strategic level. In this panel, leading experts and innovators of HR analytics will be sharing their insights on how to start building a HR analytics as an internal capability
Being an attractive Employer Brand is essential in today’s war for talent and technology is enabling new and exciting ways of employer branding. The participants of this panel will share their specific insights into how they have used employer branding to create a top brand position in their industry.
Creating a diverse workforce is crucial for organizational growth and innovation. In this regard, it has become a vital part of HR to ensure an environment which supports this objective. Here, the panel debate will discuss the challenges and possibilities in order to establish the future global workforce.
In the modern economy the organization’s ability to change is critical. Here HR has one of the most important roles in the landscape of change – they are supporting the people throughout it. In this panel debate, it will be discussed how HR can add value to both the organization and the people within it before, under, and after change.
Every year, technology advances and a new generation of applicants are joining the workforce. With it, the methods of attracting, guiding and retaining workers are transforming. In this panel, you will learn about the do’s and dont’s of onboarding, and how to get your onboarding right.
This interactive session will provide you with insights to the newest technology and best practices within retention and employee experience.
Large scale HR transformations and predictive analytics are heavily linked to stay competitive in the long run. However, many organizations are still immature when it comes to exploit the new HR tech. So where do we start and what is the most important investments for HR to consider? This panel will discuss exactly that.