Leveraging HR Technology Summit 2011 – Documentation
As organisations continue to change and strive for greater efficiency to compete in an increasingly competitive market, technology needs change.
This conference features best practice case studies, expert insights and networking opportunities for senior managers in human resources, operations and systems.
Leveraging HR technology will take an in-depth look at how to add business value, streamline processes and gain greater efficiency from new and existing systems to help you achieve maximum ROI from your software.
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The “Leveraging HR Technology Summit 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Clinton Wingrove, HR Solutions’ EVP and Principal Consultant Pilat
Low Cost HR Solutions to Support your Business Needs: Building on What You Already Have
Nick Speight, Head of HR Shared Service Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd
Multi-National HR Services How to Implement a Solution Internationally
Mark White, Business Development Director Transversal and Fernando Vivanco, HR Project Manager Solvay
Cloud – The New HR
David Warlow, HR Shared Services Programme Lead and Fergal Harkin, HR Operations Director Rentokil Initial
Streamlining every HR Process
Andrew Murphy Technical Specialist K2
Recruitment: How to Raise your Google Ranking
Adam Templeman, Resourcing Manager RWE npower
Embedding and Improving Talent and Performance Processes across Europe
Amar Bachu, European Projects Manager Talent Manager, Management Panasonic
Taking HR Systems Beyond HR
Sarah Copley-Hirst Multi-Force, Shared Service HR Subject Matter Expert Northamptonshire Police
Managing Change and Transformation
Shren Reddy, Technology Lead and IT Project Manager BAE Systems