FRIDAY | OCT. 13
7: 30 - 8 a.m. Continental Breakfast
8: 15 - 9: 15 a.m. CLOSING KEYNOTE | JOSH BERSIN Digital HR: A New Architecture for Technology
9: 30 - 10: 30 a.m.
HR6 Embracing Digital Transformation:
How Bristol-Myers Squibb Created a Unified HR System
CS5 Achieving ROI With HCM Technology Deployments:
The Critical Factors
DI2 How Atlassian Uses Data to Attract More Qualified and Diverse
RI5 What HR Leaders, C-Suite Executives and Employees Tell Us About
the World of Work Today
IN3 How to Build a More Connected and Engaged Workforce Through
TA6 How Is GE Evolving to Skills-Based Hiring?
TM5 The Future of Talent Mobility:
How Modern Technologies Are Empowering Internal Mobility
10:45 - 11:45 a.m. GENERAL SESSION Ideas and Innovators in HR
Don’t just take our word for it . . .
“Great conference! HR Tech is the perfect opportunity to network and hear about
the latest developments in HR technology that you need to keep your employees
engaged. Even if you don’t have the technology, you can still learn about well-being,
recognition and other programs that will keep you competitive.”
Director – Core HR Services, Humana, Inc.
“HR Tech exceeded my expectations! It’s the only conference where you can
see and interact with so many vendors in just a few days. The sessions were very
informative and I left with a lot of applicable HR technology strategies.”
Program Manager, HR Systems and Reporting, Taylor Made Golf Company, Inc.
“I’ve attended HR Tech for the past 12 years and I always learn something new!
Brilliant new tech companies, some of which I’ve never heard of before, gave me
ideas on how to innovate our practices even if we don’t engage with the vendor
post-show. Most importantly, HR Tech helps keep me grounded in the needs of
our people — the reason for all we do.”
Director, Enterprise Systems & Applications, Highlights for Children