Developing, attracting and empowering the right talent is vital for enterprises to stay relevant, differentiate and compete in today's digital world. Having the right talent is the recipe for success in the energy sector as the current workforce retires and millennials get ready to fill their shoes.
With the workforce getting increasingly heterogeneous, global and virtual, the traditional definitions of 'work', 'worker' and 'workplace' are undergoing dramatic changes. With new regulations, changing workforce mix and their expectations, and transformation of the HR technology landscape, it is imperative that HR practices too change to stay ahead of the game.
HR process simplification, use of digital technologies, and data-driven decision-making are redefining entire HR practices and changing the way enterprises interact with their workforce. In addition, adopting digital technologies to amplify employee experience is a key lever of employee engagement. It not only provides a unified view of the HR function, but also gets the workforce to network and collaborate more effectively. Whether it is e-learning programs, employee analytics, social media, wearable devices, mobile apps, or conversational chatbots, enterprises need to reinvent their HR function to make it a part of their digital core.
Holger Mueller, VP and Principal Analyst, Constellation Research
Kathleen Kasey Crete, AVP and Senior Practice Engagement Manager, Infosys
Marietta Lee, Associate Partner - Business Consulting, Infosys
Shruthi Bopaiah, AVP and Head – Internal Communications & HR Consulting, Infosys
Shrikanth Baratan, Senior Director- IT Pillar, Corporate Functions, Mcdermott
|12:30 PM||Registration and networking lunch|
|2:00 PM||Welcome Address – Robin Goswami, VP & Regional Head – Americas, Energy, Infosys|
|2:05 PM||Introduction and context setting of Digital HR - Kathleen Kasey Crete, Infosys|
|2:30 PM||The Future of Work & Modern HR - Holger Mueller, Constellation Research|
|3:00 PM||From the Trenches: Success-stories of Modern HR|
|3:45 PM||Tea and snacks|
|4:00 PM||Data Insights – Metrics & HR Value Engineering: How the Leaders define the way - Marietta Lee, Infosys|
|4:30 PM||Panel discussion on Employee Experience: 'Wows' to expect with Digital HR Tech - Moderated by Kathleen Kasey Crete, Infosys|
|5:15 PM||Closing remarks and drinks with canapés|