Organizations that successfully augment human performance with new cognitive technologies (AI and robotics) will gain a competitive advantage. This session introduces new solutions that can transform the digitally-enabled workplace. Learn how to design and adopt flexible management and talent practices that enable the new network-based organization.
We are pleased to have three thought leaders whose organizations are actively developing digital solutions for the workplace. They will each address what it takes to transform workplaces with new technologies. Each speaker will present a set of guiding principles to determine “when to digitize” and showcase examples of successful digitization efforts. As always, we’ll have ample time for robust discussion and table work as well.
Shreya Sarkar-Barney, HRSF Programs Committee member, will moderate a panel discussion with our thought leaders. The panel will enumerate the impact of digitization on work as we know it today and explore implications on talent management practices. They will present guidelines for managing risks and successfully transitioning to the digital age.
Finally, participants will work through a series of thought-provoking questions to accelerate their own digitization efforts.
Greg Pryor, Senior Vice President, People and Performance Evangelist at Workday With an illustrious HR career spanning organizations such as Accenture, Merrill Lynch and Juniper Networks and now Workday, Greg brings unique insights on how talent, technology, and work integrate. Drawing upon his vast experience and Workday’s leading position in digitizing HR, Greg will share his insights on how the HR function is transforming in the digital age.
B.J. Schone, Digital learning lead at Atlassian
At Atlassian, B.J. leads the design and implementation of a flexible learning infrastructure and content strategy to support talent programs. In his talk, he will showcase examples of how Atlassian’s HR team has digitized onboarding and performance development using some of their digital products like Trello.
Matt Barney, CEO and founder of LeaderAmp
Matt is an organizational psychologist and HR leader-turned-tech entrepreneur. His prior roles as CLO gave him first-hand experience of the challenges of bringing meaningful development opportunities to all employees at all levels. This was the inspiration behind LeaderAmp’s product. He will share how AI-powered coaching is extending personalized development beyond the senior most leaders.
8:00 - 8:30 am Registration, breakfast, networking
8:30 - 8:45 am Event overview, announcements
8:45 - 9:45 am Speaker introduction and presentations
9:45 – 10:00 am Break
10:00 - 10:30 am Panel discussion + Q&A
10:30 – 11:00 am World Café
11:00 - 11:15 am Program evaluation survey and closing
11:15 - 11:30 am Networking