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Game-changing technology strategies are transformational, exciting and disruptive for a reason. They shake up your status quo. They get you thinking about new ways to scale, compete and grow. They move you in amazing new directions.brbr
Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she invites you to take an additional Coffee Break with Game-Changers for our special series on Game-Changing HR Leaders. We’ll explore how Human Resources executives are creating the next generation of leaders, and shaping corporate culture to adapt to increasingly rapid technology and social changes.brbr
Learn how you can become the savvy Leader who takes your company across the finish line as you look ahead to the next wave of business innovation. Game-Changing HR Leaders, presented by SAP and ASUG, can be heard live Wednesdays on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

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Game-changing technology strategies are transformational, exciting and disruptive for a reason. They shake up your status quo. They get you thinking about new ways to scale, compete and grow. They move you in amazing new directions.brbr
Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she invites you to take an additional Coffee Break with Game-Changers for our special series on Game-Changing HR Leaders. We’ll explore how Human Resources executives are creating the next generation of leaders, and shaping corporate culture to adapt to increasingly rapid technology and social changes.brbr
Learn how you can become the savvy Leader who takes your company across the finish line as you look ahead to the next wave of business innovation. Game-Changing HR Leaders, presented by SAP and ASUG, can be heard live Wednesdays on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

    Entering 2016: Got Resolutions? Want Change?

    Entering 2016: Got Resolutions? Want Change?

    The buzz: Crystal ball. Steve Jobs was loudly criticized for “A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” Arrogant or not, he was in many ways correct. We in HR already know the problems in our workforce, but do we know what the future holds for solving HR challenges, which technologies and strategic practices will place HR at the leadership table, and how we should prepare for “Workforce 2020”? The experts speak. Mollie Lombardi, Aptitude Research Partners: “Pain don’t hurt” (Dalton in Roadhouse). Sharon Newton, hyperCision: “We tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in the short run and underestimate the effect in the long run” (Roy Amara). Mary Poppen, SAP SuccessFactors: “The best way to predict the future is to create it” (Peter Drucker). Sherryanne Meyer, ASUG: “Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts…Anything can happen, child. Anything can be.” (Shel Silverstein). Join us for Entering 2016: Got Resolutions? Want Change?

    • 56 min
    It's Not All About Employees

    It's Not All About Employees

    The buzz: Hiring C-3PO and R2-D2. Having been behind the curve on the growth in size and importance of the contingent workforce, HR and HR technology have been playing catch-up over the last 10+ years. But the speed of change that brought us to today's increasingly gig economy is nothing compared to the speed at which autonomous robots are becoming a part of our workforce. HR must now adapt many of its processes ASAP to accommodate our non-human workers. The experts speak. Naomi Lee Bloom, Bloom & Wallace: “HR cannot afford to miss the boat on the growth in size and importance of the robotic workforce." Sherryanne Meyer, ASUG: “The robots haven’t just landed in the workplace—they’re expanding skills, moving up the corporate ladder, showing awesome productivity and retention rates, and increasingly shoving aside their human counterparts…Google won a patent to start building worker robots with personalities” (WIRED). Join us for It’s Not All About Employees.

    • 56 min
    Encore: Getting 'Em and Keeping 'Em

    Encore: Getting 'Em and Keeping 'Em

    The buzz: Values. Does your corporate culture tell current employees and your future workforce, the ones you’ll NEED to hire in the next 1 to 3 years, that you can help them achieve what they value most: better life balance, not just more money? If yes, you need to get that marketing message out to potential hires. What would make me want to join your company? The experts speak. Kirsi Paalanen, My Orange Villa: “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young” (Henry Ford). Katelynn Heckett, Deloitte: “Learning in the age of technology means we must learn tomorrow’s skills today” (Robert Pavur). Sherryanne Meyer, ASUG: “No, I'm trying to make it better! I'm not gonna spend the rest of my life working my ass off and getting nowhere just because I followed rules that I had nothing to do with setting up, OK?” (Tess McGill). Join us for Getting ‘Em and Keeping ‘Em.

    • 56 min
    A World of Pain 'er, Change'!

    A World of Pain 'er, Change'!

    The buzz: “Ch ch changes…Just gonna have to be a different man. Time may change me. But I can’t trace time” (David Bowie). Have we become the reluctant generation, frozen in fear of change in a world that gives us access to more information and ideas than ever before? Yes, if we look at HR’s slowness to adopt new technology, and its paralysis in leading leaders and employees through change. Is managing change a key to talent engagement and retention? Or is your organization allergic to change? The experts speak. Malcolm Poulin, ANCILE: “80% of life is showing up" (Woody Allen). Avish Parashar, Full Circle Theater: “If you don't like change, you’re going to like irrelevance even less” (General Eric Shinseki). Sherryanne Meyer, ASUG: “I guess it's hard for people who are so used to things the way they are – even if they're bad – to change. 'Cause they kind of give up. And when they do, everybody kind of loses” (Pay It Forward, 2000 film). Join us for A World of Pain (er, Change)!

    • 56 min
    Technology Is the Answer!

    Technology Is the Answer!

    The buzz: And the question is? Technology has dramatically changed our lives since 1995. But if technology is the answer and you’re an HR professional, how do you get past TODAY – the day-to-day compliance, performance, recruiting, payroll challenges – to understand what to do for the future? We’ll ask three HR tech implementation experts what they’d do if they were the king or queen of the HR castle.
    The experts speak. Bill Gerlach, HRIS Manager: “If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts” (Albert Einstein). Luke Marson, Hula Partners: “The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second…automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency” (Bill Gates). Sherryanne Meyer, ASUG: “It's like we're riding in a supersonic train…imagine if we could stop that train...and see time for what it really is?” (Kate and Leopold, film) Join us for Technology Is the Answer!

    • 56 min
    Creating a Winning Culture at Work

    Creating a Winning Culture at Work

    The buzz: Admit it. Why don’t you have a winning corporate culture at work? You may be part of the problem. But even if it was defined by top-down leadership, every employee must contribute to rebuilding the culture in positive ways. A winning culture can come simply from maximizing a workplace interaction, finding joy in discovering where your work complements or interacts with the work of others, or moving beyond past victories to explore alternatives for future success.
    As employees, how do we create the future for ourselves and our organizations? As leaders, how do we capture the hearts and minds of our teams to shape the future? The experts speak. Bill “Mr. Simplicity” Jensen, The Jensen Group: “We have met the enemy and he is us” (Pogo). Sherryanne Meyer, ASUG: “If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn’t” (Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll). Join us for Creating a Winning Culture at Work.

    • 53 min

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