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Leveraging HR Technology 2009 – Documentation


In recent years many HR departments have invested heavily in HR technology and use software for almost all their HR needs: from talent management and workforce planning to e-HR and benefits. However action has not been taken to make sure processes are properly integrated and reach their maximum potential. Research by consultancy firm, Watson Wyatt, has revealed that 61 per cent of businesses are looking at ways to get better value from their current service delivery models.

During the current economic climate organisations need to focus on value driven activities that support business and can reduce costs. Finding better ways to work with what you have, improving process efficiencies, having easily readable workforce data and analytics, and investing in new technologies can help you improve your organisation’s bottom line.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “Leveraging HR Technology 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair

Vanessa Robinson, Head of HR Practice Development

Session 2

Leveraging HR Technology to Support your Business

Mark Griffiths, Reward & HR Information Manager
National Trust

Session 3

Creating Value through HR Technology

Steve Foster, Manager, Business Consultancy

Session 4

Redefining HR Technology Strategy in a Climate of Cost Reduction

Jo Mumford, HR Systems Ma

Session 5

Improving Process Efficiencies of Existing Systems

Lawrence Knowles, Managing Director MidlandHR, Presented by Karen Bull
Product Strategy Manager

Session 6

Gaining More Value from your Shared Service Centres

Jane Glynn, Head of HR Services

Session 7

Designing the Right Solution for your Organisation

David Warlow, Interim Head of HR Services
Transport for London

Session 8

Ensuring your Business Really Benefits From HR Technology

Clinton Wingrove, EVP & Principal Consultant

Session 9

Talent Management Best Practices: A Practical Guide to Retaining Your Top Talent & Increasing Employee Engagement

Chris Phillips, Vice President of International Marketing

Session 10

HR and Technology: The Rotherham Experience

Ian Henderson, HR Manager, Pay & Performance and Alan Rodgers HR Manager, Central Services Rotherham Metropolitan
Borough Council

Session 11

Implementing Pension Changes and Flexible Benefits

Richard Blay, Senior Manager HR Programmes
HSBC Europe

Session 12

Systems & Processes – In-house or Outsource? The choice is yours…

Chris Paull, VP Global HR Shared Services
Intercontinental Hotels Group