The world is changing at lightning speed, digitalisation, globalisation, demographic changes and pandemics are having a profound impact on our lives, our cultures, our societies and our work. Companies are at a crossroads: those that capitalise on the opportunities and those that are left behind.
Forward-looking enterprises are transforming their HR processes by leveraging automation and AI to augment their core strengths, supplement their weaknesses and empower their people to focus on what’s important. No wonder that 69 per cent of CEOs say that a strong cyber strategy is critical to building trust with key stakeholders. And yet, only 16 per cent of organisations have already implemented AI in the automation of some of their processes.
With an increasingly remote (and anxious) employee base, strategic workforce planning is more important than ever. By including automation and AI cross the employee lifecycle HR and process leaders can better understand the workforce and personalise their experiences while improving the speed, accuracy, and agility of the business.
To address how HR can improve the employee experience from hire to retire, while creating seamless processes that make the organisation run smoothly and consistently, CorporateLeaders and IBM are hosting an intimate peer-to-peer virtual roundtable discussion for up to 15 HR, Learning, and Recruitment Leaders.
During this virtual meeting keynoted by Frédéric Pierre, Director People and Culture, Euroclear, with our speaker Sofie Narinx, Partner Cognitive Process Transformation Leader Benelux, IBM, we will share and discuss an outside-in perspective with real examples of how automation, AI and digital transformation influence the HR function across the full employee lifecycle from hire to retire, to drive better end to end outcomes in recruitment, learning and an improved employee experience.
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Frédéric Pierre leads the Group HR Competence Center in charge of People Development. He has an important role on the digital transformation of HR, which includes the early adoption of a unified HR management system that is nowadays a model for other companies.
Director People and Culture,
Sofie is Partner and the Benelux Head of Cognitive Process Transformation Services at IBM. In this role, she is responsible for business consulting services across the Benelux. In her previous role, she was the Benelux Talent and Transformation Innovation Unit Leader in the Benelux.
Partner and Cognitive Process Transformation Leader Benelux, IBM
Jeroen is a Partner Consulting Services at IBM Benelux. In his role as Services Line Leader Cognitive Process Redesign he supports enterprise business functions across industries in their cognitive transformation & development of intelligent workflows.
Service Line Leader Cognitive Process Redesign Benelux, IBM
André Rampat launched CorporateLeaders in June 2008. The mission: to bring executives together to network, share insights, understand how the latest trends impact their business and how to overcome them with the latest technology, techniques and leadership practices. By getting the right balance between content, insights, networking and working with partners and sponsors, CorporateLeaders is able to host events and develop thought provoking content, reports, research, and campaigns that help executives overcome their challenges.
Director & Co-Founder,
"Fantastic meeting with a lot of open sharing from companies in different industries and disciplines. I got a lot of good ideas as feedback on my own initiatives that we drive in the company and many good take-aways to drive innovation even further."
"I thought the event was great. What I liked was that there was a tight theme and there was a focus on people sharing and group problem solving and the dinner enabled a lot of relevant and interesting topics to surface and networking to occur.”
“If I were to describe the event in three words they will be fun, ideas, connection.”
‟These events are great every time I attend. I always leave with many new ideas.”
“The event was very inspiring and well conducted. A good investment of time.”
"Not only did I have the opportunity to learn from others' experiences but, I also met very interesting and inspiring people."
5 October 2020
Today’s remote and anxious employee base, strategic workforce planning needs to become personal. This means understanding the current skills of every employee, knowing what the corporation and individual want or need to progress, and personalizing their career path.Read more
5 October 2020
For many companies in crisis mode, lockdown meant shutting down offices and workplaces, rapidly identifying essential workers, and implementing remote work policies with the associated tools and technologies. The Pandemic has sped up the workplace transformation.Read more