1st April, 2014 @ James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor, The Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand
Deep dive into the major trends affecting the future of work, with HR strategy case studies from leading organisations and an analytics and HR technology showcase to help you sort the vendors from the pretenders. The first inaugural Strategic Workforce Planning, Australia conference will be held in Wellington on Tuesday, 1st & Wednesday, 2nd April 2014.
Top 5 reasons you can’t afford to miss it:
In 2014 companies are getting serious about Strategic Workforce Planning, don’t miss the chance to:
The Conference will include three tracks:
Futuring: Deep dive into the major trends affecting the future of work, including: crowdsourcing, gamification, big data and robotics. This track features renowned futurists and strategists who will show you how to apply futuring and scenario modelling techniques that can help you prepare for an optimal future workforce.
Track Leader: Yvette Montero Salvatico
Partnering & Planning: A well-considered workforce plan that never gets executed adds no value. This track will deliver case studies from leading organisations on strategies for refining your workforce planning framework, successful strategy execution, coordinating global programs, partnering with the C-Suite and more.
Track Leader: Stuart Elliott
Technology & Analytics: Showcasing the latest and greatest workforce planning tools available, this track will help you sort the vendors from the pretenders! It includes case studies on how to influence with workforce analytics and data-driven decisions and will demonstrate how cohesive technology can help enable your HR function.
Track Leader: Alex Hagan
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Fiona Magnus, Talent Acquisition Team Leader
“ ATC2017 – Loved it, best one to date with great opportunities to network, share ideas and look to the future across our industry with like minded people, passionate about talent. ”
Andrew Dixon, Head of Talent Acquisition, CBA
“ Thought provoking and intellectually challenging, ATC2017 provided a tangible insight into the future of work and the disruption that accompanies it. Excellent presenters speaking authoritatively on matters of real and pressing relevance made this a must-attend conference and I will pencil future events in as a priority. ”
Colleen Cuthbert, Principal Manager, HR Advisory Services, Transport NSW
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Anne Nield, Recruitment Team Leader, Monash University
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Lesley Mackman, Senior HR Advisor - Recruitment
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Tim Stevens, Talent Acquisition Advisor, Jemena
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Eve Gourgoulis, Talent Acquisition Manager, MYER
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