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Second Opening of a Practical, Practitioner-Led HR Forum in London this October, covering Change & Transformation, Culture & Leadership, Technology & Analytics

Interactive and technology-enabled conference, with senior HR and business transformation leaders from around Europe, opens session for the second time
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Transcripts - Second Opening of a Practical, Practitioner-Led HR Forum in London this October, covering Change & Transformation, Culture & Leadership, Technology & Analytics

  • 1.     PRESS  RELEASE   For  immediate  release:  Thursday,  July  10,  2014     Second  Opening  of  a  Practical,  Practitioner-­‐Led  HR  Forum  in  London   this  October,  covering  Change  &  Transformation,  Culture  &   Leadership,  Technology  &  Analytics     Interactive  and  technology-­‐enabled  conference,  with  senior  HR  and  business   transformation  leaders  from  around  Europe,  opens  session  for  the  second  time     The  HR  Change  &  Transformation  2014  conference  is  a  gathering  of  senior  HR  professionals  and  executives  in  all  industries   and  from  all  regions,  to  discuss  new  ideas  and  new  practice  in  some  of  the  most  current  and  critically-­‐important  areas  of  HR   today.  These  are:  Change,  Culture  &  Leadership,  Talent  &  HR  Transformation,  and  Technology,  Tools  &  Analytics.     Taking   place   in   London   on   15-­‐16   October,   this   forum   is   for   HR   professionals   who   are   involved   in   change   initiatives,   organisational  restructuring,  M&A  and  other  kinds  of  upheaval.  It  is  for  organisations  that  are  facing  the  challenge  of  a  multi-­‐ generational   workforce   or   a   multi-­‐cultural   corporate   structure,   and   for   HR   departments   with   an   executive   board   that   is   demanding  efficiency  and  business  alignment,  and  a  tech-­‐savvy  workforce  that  demands  an  updating  of  the  business  culture   and  operations.     So   much   is   happening   in   business,   as   the   economic   recovery   continues   and   the   corporate   landscape   sees   mergers   and   expansion  across  previously  disparate  territories  and  demographic  groups,  and  HR  is  in  a  powerful  position  if  it  can  make  the   right  moves  and  secure  a  pipeline  of  high-­‐performing  talent  in  an  emerging  generation.     This  event  brings  together  Chief  HR  Officers,  Vice-­‐Presidents,  Senior  Directors  and  other  executives  and  leaders  to  discuss  the   challenges   they   face,   the   solutions   they   have   built   and   the   projects   they   have   overseen.   It   will   mix   together   high-­‐level   presentations  with  interactive  workshops,  panel  debates  and  peer-­‐to-­‐peer  problem  solving  groups,  and  allow  participants  to   share  their  experiences,  challenges  and  solutions  with  a  broad  range  of  like-­‐minded  professionals.     The  three-­‐stream  format  will  allow  people  to  construct  their  own  programme,  based  on  their  own  personal  and  professional   interests  and  priorities,  and  move  freely  between  rooms  and  topics  throughout  the  two  days.  Through  this  combination  of   breadth   and   flexibility,   this   event   will   appeal   to   a   wide   range   of   HR   professionals   as   well   as   business   transformation   specialists  and  business  leaders,  with  different  focuses  but  with  the  same  forward-­‐thinking,  progressive  mentality  towards   people  management.     Globally-­‐recognised  though-­‐leaders  like  Stacia  Sherman  Garr  (Bersin),  Bernard  Marr  (API),  Annicken  Rod  Day  (Cisco),  Nita   Clarke  (Engage  for  Success)  and  Sharlyn  Lauby  (HR  Bartender)  will  lead  keynote  sessions  and  panel  debates.  Alongside  these,   senior  practitioners  like  Gary  Kildare  (CHRO,  IBM),  Richard  Wells  (CHRO,  GateGroup),  Kara  Walsh  (CHRO,  SAP),  Amelia  Räss-­‐ Fernandez  (CHRO  Orange  CH),  Geoff  McDonald  (Global  VP  HR,  Unilever),  Blake  Nicholson  (Head  of  People  Analytics,    ...  cont/
  • 2.   A  Practical,  Practitioner-­‐Led  HR  Forum  Opens  Up  in  London  in  October,  Covering  Change  &  Transformation,  Culture  &   Leadership,  Technology  &  Analytics  /  2   continued  from  page  1.     Facebook),  Karen  Moran  (Director  Head  of  HR,  BBC)  and  over  30  others  will  reveal  their  transformational  projects  and  give   practical,  proven  advice  for  others.     Topics  will  include  post-­‐Ulrich  designs  for  HR,  introducing  matrix  structures,  change  management  for  HR,  risk  management   through  talent  analytics,  Gen-­‐Y  leadership  development,  social  media  in  engagement,  designing  a  scalable  HR  function  for   growth   and   acquisition,   process   robotics,   cultural   transformation,   and   new   methods   for   performance   management   and   talent/career  development.  This  is  only  the  tip  of  the  iceberg,  however;  over  40  sessions  in  total  will  cover  a  huge  range  of   important  areas  for  HR  professionals  today.     HR  Change  &  Transformation  2014,  15-­‐16  October,  Mermaid  Conference  Centre,  Blackfriars,  London.   More  details  can  be  found  in  the  brochure  and  on  the  website  –  www.tucana-­‐global.com/HRCT14.       -­‐  END  -­‐     PRESS  CONTACT     Barry  Swales   Head  of  Production   Tucana  Global   Tel:  +44  203  290  3221       Email:  barry@tucana-­‐global.com   Web:  http://www.tucana-­‐global.com/     Print  &  web-­‐ready  photographs  by  request.       ABOUT  TUCANA  GLOBAL     Tucana  was  founded  in  February  2013  in  response  to  a  growing   demand  from  the  human  resources  industry  for  a  different  kind  of   conference  –  one  that  takes  a  fresh  approach  and  tackles  some  very   current  and  important  issues  faced  by  the  industry  today.       The  company's  focus  is  bringing  together  leading  executives  to  share   innovative  and  practical  ideas  in  HR,  and  host  international  forums   for  HR  professionals  to  keep  at  the  forefront  of  the  profession.       Tucana  organises  the  annual  People  Analytics:  Data-­‐Driven  HR  conference  every  March/April,  and  the  flagship  event  –  HR   Change  &  Transformation  –  every  October.

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