"HR’s Hard Reset: Rethinking Strategy, Process, and Technology"
Keynote Presentation: HR’s Hard Reset: Rethinking Strategy, Process, and Technology to Maximize Productivity and Build Resiliency
Speaker: Matthew Brown, VP of Learning & Brand Success, Schoox
Abstract: Everyone has been impacted by 2020. But HR hasn’t had to hit a reset button this hard since the invention and proliferation of administrative HR software. Yet, like many things this year, there are silver linings amidst the uncertainty.
During the HR Tech Roundtable Keynote Session, Matthew Brown, VP of Learning and Brand Success at Schoox, will uncover the bright spots - the opportunities - that HR leaders and their teams should address right now, including:
Organizational silos that prevent HR leaders and their teams from moving forward to connect, adapt, and lead their company to higher levels of performance.
How to breakdown silos and the co-dependency on old-school, monolithic technology mixes and rebuild a tech stack that serves everyone’s needs -- from administrative, to data integrations, employee experience, and expected results from executive leadership.
Fireside Chat:Micro-Learning in the Flow of Work: Benefits to your Talent Development Strategy
Speakers: Ben Eubanks, Principal Analyst, Lighthouse Research & Advisory | Umesh Kanade, Vice President - Capability Development, Harbinger Systems | Jeff Hrusko, Founder, Compliance Creed
Case Study: When Tech Problems Become People Problems
Speaker: Ellen Rockwell, Chief People Officer, Co-Founder, JRW Partners | Matthew Brown, VP of Learning & Brand Success, Schoox
Abstract: Join Ellen Rockwell with co-presenter Matthew Brown as they walk through how one restaurant franchise reduced manager and employee turnover and rebuilt a culture of engagement and inclusion by breaking down silos and breaking through with strategic processes and more intuitive, social, and flexible technology. Takeaway: Learn how a 13,000+ employee Franchise Organization Rebuilt a Culture of Engagement and Inclusion
Case Study: Return on Experience | Scaling HR while providing an ideal Employee First Experience
Speakers: Kevin McDonald, Vice President, BPO Governance & HR Operations, The E. W. Scripps Company | Melissa Swisher, Chief Revenue Officer, Socrates AI
Abstract: The E.W. Scripps Company is a 100+ year-old American broadcasting company founded in 1878 as a chain of daily newspapers by Edward Willis “E.W.” Scripps.
Scripps has been able to provide an Employee First experience by meeting employees where they are – providing a simple, easy to use solution via Scripps Worklife App and Worklife Portal.
Consumerizing HR – moving “HR” tools down the path to a more consumer-like experience.
Scripps is focused on delivering a personalized experience which makes employees lives simpler, delivers rapid responses and allows them to take action in the moments that matter.