Actualizing a Next Generation Master Plan: HR Business Leader Series
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Explore the impact of the new business context and develop an HR Master Plan that transcends across geographies, organization boundaries and generations. You’ll walk away with a new plan and the tools to navigate your unique and evolving business environment.

11/6/2014
When: Thursday, November 6, 2014
From 7:30 AM until 9:30 AM
Where: Sequoia
1850 Gateway Drive, Suite 600
San Mateo, California  94404
United States
Contact: 415-291-1992


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 Meeting Details

Qualifies for 1.5 General Recertification Credits.
Registration: NCHRA Member $0 / General $35


Summary

No more “business as usual.” Today, everything we thought we understood needs a new definition to have context in a world that is in fact fully connected, multi-generational, and no longer separated by power, economics or the influence of traditional human resource practices.

Explore the impact of the new business context and develop an HR Master Plan that transcends across geographies, organization boundaries and generations. You’ll walk away with a new plan and the tools to navigate your unique and evolving business environment.

Join us to learn, unlearn and relearn HR in the next generation.


About the Presenter

Dianna Wilusz, Managing Partner, The Pendolino Group, brings 25 years of Human Resources Management and Operations experience, including senior global leadership roles at National Semiconductor, Vice President Operations and HR at Hara Software, Director HR at Beceem Communications and Managing Director of HR Operations at Lam Research. Dianna is currently a board advisor to several for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. She has served a number of clients across many industries and internationally in the areas of compensation, leadership development, recruiting, talent management, and human resources information systems.


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