HCI Forms Executive Board for Strategic Workforce Planning
Directors from Google, Motorola, Raytheon and McKesson will shape 2010 conference and executive workgroups
Washington, D.C. – April 23, 2010 – The Human Capital Institute (HCI) today announced the formation of its new Executive Board for Strategic Workforce Planning comprised of leading Senior Executives and Workforce Planning Leaders from diverse industries and organizations.
HCI’s Executive Board is an independent group that regularly advises members of HCI’s Executive Workgroup for Strategic Workforce planning on best practices and next generation strategies for the alignment of talent with future business goals. This group focuses on core issues related to evolving from short-term operational workforce planning such as headcount forecasting, and quarterly staffing plans to long-term strategic workforce planning including business planning, needs assessment and scenario.
HCI’s Executive Board Members are:
Roshny Mampilli, Global Talent Operations Director, Motorola
David Sutherland, Director of Workforce Planning, CH2M Hill
Prasad Setty, Vice President, People Analytics, Google
Robert D. Motion, Senior Manager, Workforce Planning, Raytheon Company
Julie Person, Program Manager, McKesson
“We are fortunate to have these distinguished strategic human resource and workforce planning executives serving our membership”, said Michael Foster, HCI Chairman and CEO. “These are experienced leaders within their organizations who have dealt with unique organizational needs as their companies grow and expand. Because of this experience they are uniquely qualified to help the executive members of our Strategic Workforce Planning Workgroup consider the challenges and issues they are facing.”
Learn More about HCI’s Strategic Workforce Planning Workgroup: http://www.hci.org/workgroups/prod-wpa
About The Human Capital Institute
The Human Capital Institute (HCI) is a catalyst for innovative new thinking in talent acquisition, development, deployment and new economy leadership. Through research and collaboration, our global network of more than 175,000 members develops and promotes creativity, best and next practices, and actionable solutions in strategic talent management. Executives, practitioners, and thought leaders representing organizations of all sizes, across public, charitable and government sectors, utilize HCI communities, education, events and research to foster talent advantages to ensure organizational change for competitive results. In tandem with these initiatives, HCI’s Human Capital Strategist professional certifications and designations set the bar for expertise in talent strategy, acquisition, development and measurement. For more information, please visit www.hci.org