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Track 3: Talent [clear filter]
Wednesday, March 23
 

1:45pm PDT

Track 3: Panel Discussion: Exodus: Workforce Planning for the Next Generation

The talent landscape has become an entirely different ball game as compared to a few years ago. To stay ahead of the talent shortage, organizations need to resort to various means to build a robust and sustainable talent pool. Some businesses today are investing in the people they already have and are growing their talent pipeline, in-house while some are growing inorganically.

Organizations of today also have a large global presence, and it becomes imperative for them to plan their workforce across various locations.

This panel discussion throws light on how organizations are balancing their talent pyramid across geographies and building competencies on new age technologies for the future.


Moderators
avatar for Nilesh Thakker

Nilesh Thakker

Head- US Operations, Zinnov LLC.
Nilesh head Zinnov LLC. US Operations. He used to be the CTO of inPowered and lead the company's Product, Engineering and IT teams. Nilesh worked closely with inPowered customers and employees to come up with media products that help publishers, marketers and consumers become more... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Amit Gajwani

Amit Gajwani

SVP, Global Head - Sales & BD, Cybage
Amit is the Senior Vice President of Business Development at Cybage. At the forefront of the company’s business growth, he supports, formulates, and implements clear short-term and long-term business strategies. He comes from a strong technical background that begun as a programmer... Read More →
avatar for Terilyn Juarez Monroe

Terilyn Juarez Monroe

Chief People & Culture Officer, SVP HR, Acxiom Corporation
As Acxiom's Chief People & Culture Officer and Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Terilyn and her organization focus on inspiring leaders and teams to accelerate performance through people and HR strategies. She joined Acxiom in 2015. Prior to joining Acxiom, she served as... Read More →
avatar for Ajay Prasad

Ajay Prasad

VP-HR, DocuSign
avatar for Inga Kulberg Tesler

Inga Kulberg Tesler

VP- Talent Acquisition, Walmart eCommerce


Wednesday March 23, 2016 1:45pm - 2:31pm PDT
Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA

2:30pm PDT

Track 3: Panel Discussion: Good Will Hunting: Organization Makeover for the Born Digital

Gen X belongs to the days of yore. Meet Generation Y- the next wave of talent that has set foot into the global workforce arena. They’re sharp, canny, and perspicacious and are really on the ball. This emerging workforce is no longer interested in the command-and-control leadership. With enterprises expanding their interests across the globe, they are faced with a heterogeneous workforce.

A large piece of this pie constitutes young men and women (the 20 – 25 age group), accounting for 60% of the global workforce. This new talent pool is adept at employing digital technologies in all spheres of life- including work. They prefer ‘open and collaborative’ workplaces. Work-life integration is top priority for them. And, they detest being confined to the cubicle. The current workforce wants work to be ‘an experience’ rather than a mere source of funds.

The stage is set- clearly, the workforce is transforming in many ways, bringing in fresh challenges for businesses to deal with. This panel discussion is a lowdown on the plans and strategies to be devised by organizations in order to effectively manage this new workforce.


Speakers
avatar for Mayank Jain

Mayank Jain

VP, Workforce Planning & Analytics, Visa
Mayank Jain is currently focused on implementing a Workforce Planning program at Visa. Before Visa, Mayank worked at Ameriprise Financial and eBay. Mayank has been instrumental in developing HR strategy and quantifying benefits of talent management initiatives, through metrics and... Read More →
avatar for Juanita Lott

Juanita Lott

EVP & Chief HR Officer, Epicor Software
Juanita Lott was the founder and CEO of Bridgestream Software, an enterprise software company that was sold to Oracle in 2007. Bridgestream provided role-based provisioning and access management software, streamlining compliance-related tasks and enabling the integration between security... Read More →
avatar for Britt Sellin

Britt Sellin

VP- HR, Cloudera
Britt is responsible for leading the company's human resources function, which includes talent management, training and development, strategic workforce planning, recruiting, compensation and benefits, and diversity initiatives. She ensures that “Clouderans” have a meaningful... Read More →
avatar for Camie Shelmire

Camie Shelmire

Chief Client Officer, Aricent
Camie serves as Chief People Officer and Chief Client Officer for Aricent. She is responsible for the Human Resource management function providing talent development; change management and organizational change leadership as well as overseeing Aricent HR Operations globally. As Chief... Read More →


Wednesday March 23, 2016 2:30pm - 3:15pm PDT
Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA

3:15pm PDT

Track 3: Panel Discussion: Disruption Pods: Recoding your organization's DNA

Today, anyone with an idea and an internet connection can change the world and bring about never-heard-of transformations. We live in an extraordinary time, when, thanks to the availability of technology at one’s fingertips, anyone with a transformational idea can leave their imprint on the world. Mark Zuckerburg. Steve Jobs. Jeff Bezos to name a few. The business world is witnessing change at a rapid pace and is gearing up to face the challenges that lie ahead.

The dominance of emerging markets is causing global companies to rethink their global strategies. The technology domain is brimming with newer developments, day by day. It has become imperative for businesses to enmesh themselves into this evolving technology channel in order to stay ahead of the race. The psyche of the consumers is changing- they are aware and informed.

The emerging talent pool is one that is diverse and astute. Organizations of tomorrow need to reprogram themselves in order to accommodate the ever-changing business trends. The world of tomorrow is created by how we think today.

This panel discussion showcases how organizations need to restructure themselves to fit into today’s picture, and what the future holds for them.


Speakers
avatar for Sakaar Anand

Sakaar Anand

Senior Vice President - Product Operations & Human Resources, CA Technologies
Sakaar Anand heads the global Human Resources for the Product Development organization at CA Technologies. An HR professional, technologist, business and team builder, Sakaar has a 19-year track record of success leading and growing various HR functions, Centers of Excellence for... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Bitte

Rachel Bitte

Chief People Officer, Jobvite
Rachel is Chief People Officer at Jobvite, aka head honcho of finding and keeping the geniuses who work here. She has over 18 years of human resources leadership and process excellence experience, and has a proven track record of working closely with executives to lead engaged, high-performing... Read More →
avatar for Tony Deblauwe

Tony Deblauwe

HR Director, Apttus Corporation
Tony Deblauwe is the Human Resources Director at Quote-to-Cash software maker Apttus.  Tony has an extensive background in high-tech companies working with corporations in the areas of organizational design, human resources management, leadership, and development. He is a best-selling... Read More →
avatar for J.C. Herrera

J.C. Herrera

SVP, Human Resources, Lithium Technologies
J.C. Herrera is SVP of Human Resources for Lithium. In his role, he oversees all aspects of global human resources, including talent acquisition, compensation and benefits, learning and development, HR strategy and operations. Prior to Lithium, J.C. worked for McAfee Inc. (an Intel... Read More →


Wednesday March 23, 2016 3:15pm - 4:02pm PDT
Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA