Arlington – May 19, 2010 Sheraton National Hotel
Determining the way your organization’s technology will carry out your talent management directives is one of the most important decisions you will make. To help you with this daunting task, HCI has developed the Talent Tech Summits, a one-day event exclusively focused on bringing together the leading providers in Talent Acquisition, Workforce Performance and Talent Management in a hands-on, interactive environment. In addition to the hottest new technologies, you’ll experience keynotes on innovation and peer-to-peer roundtables and networking.
Opening Keynote – Innovative New Technologies That Drive Talent Management Business Goals
|9:45-10:00||Morning Break/Vendor Showcase|
Simplify Your Contingent Hiring Process from Req. to Check
With a rapidly changing workforce and new pressures to do more with less, the status quo approach to contingent staffing is putting HR executives in a bind. Sure, you’ve heard about MSPs and seen any number of VMS solutions, but what you really need is something that saves money while delivering better talent, more efficient processes and more control over the end-to-end requisition to payment cycle. At IQNavigator we listened to HR executives and assembled a top 10 list of key capabilities for services spend management – learn how these critical factors can reduce your overall cost and improve efficiencies in the hiring process.
Driving Workforce Performance through Visibility and Accountability
What if you could align, develop and leverage the potential of every employee in your company? Lead executive discussions and decision making on a host of workforce and talent management issues by getting control of your most important strategic asset – your workforce – is easier and more affordable than you think. In this session we will focus on the elements that drive your business and align employee and organizational goals, giving everyone visibility and accountability for success. We will demonstrate how to link learning and development programs to bottom-line success and how to monitor your talent management processes to obtain critical workforce data.
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Mid-Morning Refreshment Break
Gaining Valuable Insight into Your Talent for Workforce Optimization
Lawson Talent Management delivers transformational tools designed to help you link together people, strategy, and execution. In this session, we will demonstrate how you can achieve valuable insight into your workforce talent. We will show how to deliver actionable information about your people in support of business strategy – while gaining a full view into all aspects of your workforce, positioning you to make informed decisions that can help maximize the value of your most important asset – your people.
Boxed Lunch and Vendor Showcase
Peer-To-Peer Roundtable Discussions
Roundtable sessions will be running throughout the event and will give you a chance to share successes, ask for advice, or listen to the experiences of your peers. Topics will be chosen by each roundtable and will be hosted a seasoned analyst or consultant.
Closing Keynote Address– Cracking the Code on Talent Management Technology
This session will discuss the rise of social networking and mobile technology in the talent management space, and discuss how Best-in-Class organizations are putting these technologies to use to drive business performance. The program will look at the impact of changing employee expectations, coupled with new ways of sharing and collaborating around information, on people processes - including recruiting, learning and development, performance management and employee engagement. It is the combination of a clear strategy, the right capabilities to drive process, data and technology integration, and the right tools that allow organizations to crack the code and make the most of emerging technology trends.
This is a fast and fun way to meet peers in your area and expand your local network. These structured 5-minute meetings start dialogues, lifts energies and leaves you with a handful of business cards and some new local contacts and resources.