Data Driven HR Conference
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Data Driven HR Conference

4/14/2016
When: Thursday, April 14, 2016
From 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Where: Hyatt Regency
Five Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, California  94111
United States
Contact: 415-291-1992


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Registration: NCHRA Members $365 / General $443    

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Qualifies for 6 SHRM PDCs / HRCI Business Recertification Credits 

Summary

Spend a day discussing the red hot topic of Big Data! You'll discover strategies for making real-time decisions and leave the Data Driven HR Conference ready to apply predictive and cognitive analytics and turn HR data into action.


AGENDA

8:00 – 8:30am: Registration and Opening Remarks

8:30am – 9:30am: Gain 5 New Super Powers with Data and Analytics
Steven Ramirez, CEO, Beyond the Arc
Data and analytics are expanding the realm of the possible in human resources, and human capital management. With access to more data, HR professionals can now address questions that in the past could only be answered by gut or intuition. What new data-driven capabilities can your organization take advantage of?

9:45am – 11:00am: How Predictive Analytics Drive Performance
Anil Dindigal, Senior Director, Salesforce & Ingrid Stabb, Founder, TaleeUp
Study how companies are turning data into predictive, actionable insights for improving people performance. In this session we will examine five case studies – Great Place to Work, Year Up, Verizon, TWC and Veritas. Using tools such as Russell Investments proprietary statistical analysis engines and Salesforce Wave analytics, these companies are becoming more people focused and delivering measurable results.

11:15am – 12:30pm: The Impact of Micro Moments
Chris Dyer, CEO, People G2
For the best data driven organizations, what is working and what needs immediate triage can be painfully obvious.  But knowing where to focus is only the start.  The how is just as important.  By implementing micro moments into any approach, an organization can spur change and solidify strengths.   You will also have a rock star culture, highly engage employees, and dramatically decrease turnover.

1:30pm – 2:45pm: Talent Management in the Age of Data
Bertrand Dussert, Vice President, Oracle HCM 
Across the globe, smart executives are keen on exploring ways to implement data and analytics capabilities to optimize existing strategies — or create new ones. The ability to turn information into knowledge and knowledge into insight is leading many to rethink existing assumptions about the scope and focus of the HR function. CHROs have a wealth of data at their fingertips with the potential to identify the right skill sets, attract and retain the workforce of the future, deliver better consultative value to the Board of Directors, and grow the bottom line. This ubiquitous data is likely to shape the workplace through 2020 and beyond. In this session, we will explore specifically how this context is changing talent management, and what the future might bring for this critical HR discipline.

3:00pm – 4:15pm: The ‘So What?’ Factor
Dan Weber, SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP, Director, Global Workforce Analytics, Radford
There has never been more data on the workforce available to HR professionals than there is now. However, this opens the question: what data really matters? In this session, we will discuss how HR professionals can identify what data is useful, what constitutes meaningful difference, and how best to translate data into actionable business insights.


MEET THE SPEAKERS

Bertrand Dussert, Vice President, Oracle Human Capital Management
Bertrand serves as human capital transformation and strategy advisor to Oracle's executive clients. Over the last two years has consulted with HR leadership from over one third of the Fortune 100. In his most recent role prior to joining Oracle, Bertrand served as the global leader for HR Shared Services, Recruitment Operations, Workforce Planning and HRIS at American Express.

Anil Dindigal, Senior Director, Salesforce Analytics Cloud
Anil is leading a new era of business intelligence with Salesforce Analytics Cloud. As Senior Director of the Center of Excellence, he works directly with clients to help them mine their own data for insights and decisions that fuel people performance. In his role at Salesforce, Anil works with companies ranging from an internship program for college students to telecomm and cable companies to train them how to use predictive analytics that have led to several amazing success stories.
 
Steven Ramirez, CEO, Beyond the Arc
Steven’s expertise focuses on effective customer experience and communication strategies to help companies achieve success through key corporate initiatives, and mergers and acquisitions. His work spans strategic planning, program management, optimizing customer and internal communications, and social media strategy, as well as data science and predictive analytics.
 
Chris Dyer, CEO and Founder of G2
Chris Dyer founded PeopleG2 in 2001 with a singular goal to make his vision for excellence in human capital due diligence services a reality. A recognized authority on human capital intelligence processes and best practices, he understands the complex challenges inherent to talent management decisions. Chris is the host of Talent Talk, an Internet radio program on the OC Talk Radio Network, which features interviews with top executives regarding their strategies for hiring and promoting talent. 
 
Dan Weber, Director of Global Work Analytics at Radford
Dan Weber, SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP is Radford's Director of Global Workforce Analytics. In this role, Dan leads Radford's Global Workforce Analytics program, which focuses on providing clients with comprehensive and dynamic market analysis and insights to inform, shape and transform business strategies. Dan is also an expert in job design and career leveling, and supports the development and upgrades of Radford's global job survey architecture and descriptions. Prior to joining Radford, Dan managed human resources, mergers and acquisitions, compensation and benefits, and global job architecture for several leading technology firms. 

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Cancellations received less than seven calendar days from the program date are not refundable. If cancellation within seven days of the program is unavoidable, a credit for a future event will be granted, minus a $75 administration fee ($15 for regional meetings and Webinars). Credits must be used within one year of issue. A substitute attendee is allowed at the applicable NCHRA member/non-member rate in lieu of credit. Separate cancellation policies apply for the HR West Conference and Certification Preparation Courses.

 


Anil Dindigal


9:45am – 11:00am:
How Predictive Analytics Drive Performance
Anil Dindigal, Senior Director, Salesforce & Ingrid Stabb, Founder, TaleeUp

Study how companies are turning data into predictive, actionable insights for improving people performance. In this session we will examine five case studies – Great Place to Work, Year Up, Verizon, TWC and Veritas.Using tools such as Russell Investments proprietary statistical analysis engines and Salesforce Wave analytics, these companies are becoming more people focused and delivering measurable results.

1:30pm – 2:45pm:
Talent Management in the Age of Data
Bertrand Dussert, Vice President, Oracle HCM 
Across the globe, smart executives are keen on exploring ways to implement dataand analytics capabilities to optimize existing strategies — or create new ones. The ability to turn information into knowledge and knowledge into insight is leading many to rethink existing assumptions about the scope and focus of the HR function. CHROs have a wealth of data at their fingertips with the potential to identify the right skill sets, attract and retain the workforce of the future, deliver better consultative value to the Board of Directors, and grow the bottom line. This ubiquitous data is likely to shape the workplace through 2020 and beyond. In this session, we will explore specifically how this context is changing talent management, and what the future might bring for this critical HR discipline.