HR360 European Summit

28 - 29 June, 2017

Marriott Hotel, Vienna

+44 (0) 207 368 9836

Our Speakers

We're already at work booking an industry-leading roster of speakers for 2017 - keep an eye on this page for updates.

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Based on over 60 research interviews and input from leading HR experts from FTSE100 companies, HR360 promises to leave no stone unturned when addressing HR pain points. By exclusively bringing together a speaker faculty of 50+ of the most influential HR Directors and HR Business Partners all under one roof to share their practical experiences and to address these pain points, all participants can be sure to walk away with the know-how to successfully evolve their HR department to achieve business excellence.

2017 Speakers

Monica Rancati
 Monica Rancati 
Senior HR Director, Western Europe 

Monica is responsible for HR across 14 countries in all businesses within Microsoft Sales Marketing and Services Group, as well as its Development Organization. She is currently focused on building a people strategy for Western Europe to support Microsoft’s goals to become the market leader in mobile and cloud computing.She is leading the team by continuously upgrading practices on talent management, succession planning for senior leadership positions, change management, and HR transformation, shifting from a reactive mind-set to a more proactive and predictive approach to HR across the organisation. Monica has also been partnering with Microsoft’s HR leaders to support the transformation of the HR function with the aim to deliver greater business impact, provide great experiences for managers and employees and drive the standardisation of core common goals. Monica is on the Advisory Board of the HR360 2017 Summit.

Jenny Thompson
 Jenny Thompson 
Head of HR, Technology and Finance 
Fidelity International
Jenny is responsible for delivery of HR support against the People Agenda as well as day to day HR related issues across a global team, spanning India, UK, Bermuda and Asia. She joined Fidelity in March 2011 as HR Generalist UK Business and Institutional Groups and moved to Technology HR in February 2012. Jenny joined the HR leadership team in March 2015, and CFO was added to her overall responsibilities in January 2016. Prior to that she spent over 10 years in Barclays as HR BP Global Markets (Trading, Barclays Capital), having previously been Head of Learning and Development for the UK covering Infrastructure, IBD and Global Markets.Jenny holds a masters in Human Resources and is a Master Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development. She has a keen interest in Psychometrics and Organisation Development. Jenny is on the Advisory Board of the HR360 2017 Summit.
Christian Kuhna
 Christian Kuhna 
Director HR Strategy - Think Tank Future Trends and Innovation 
Adidas Group

Christian is running a Think Tank for Future Trends and Innovation in HR Strategy at the Adidas Group. He is looking at future trends in society, technology and HR and deriving risks and opportunities from that. He has worked for global companies including Daimler, Siemens and Adidas Group in Corporate Communications as Project Lead, Spokesperson, Team Lead Internal Communications and Collaboration& Knowledge Management, always with a focus on digital media. Last year Christian developed the strategy for the Adidas Group Learning Campus. Christian is on the Advisory Board of the HR360 2017 Summit.

Albert Hakkers
 Albert Hakkers 
former HR Director 

Albert is a respected HR thought leader who was the HR Director Europefor Diageo from 2008-2015, and prior to that had senior HR roles at Microsoftand AT&T.  He is on the Advisory Board of theHR360 2017 Summit. 


Lucy Adams
 Lucy Adams 
MD, Former HR Director 
The Disruptive HR Agency, BBC
Lucy uses her experiences of having led HR and internal communications at the BBC and other major corporations over the last 15 years – the good, the bad and the ugly - and offers a number of challenges,new models and fresh insights to support business leaders. Since leaving the BBC, Lucy created The Disruptive HR Agency working with major organisations to help them re-think their approach to leading change, employee engagement, HR and internal communications to support and develop the workforce of the future.She grew frustrated with the lack of innovation and fresh thinking in the profession and wanted to find new ways of tackling old problems. She now runs the agency to help HR Directors and business leaders to do things differently. Lucy is on the HR360 2017 Advisory Board and will be chairing both days of the summit.
Tatjana Tasan
 Tatjana Tasan 
Chief People Officer 

Tatjana has been the Chief People Officer of Nortal since October 2016, and previously was the Senior HR Business Partner Technology Europe at Vodafone. She is a results oriented, hands-on, strategic People / HR Leader with a true passion for people.  Her specialties include change management, organizational effectiveness in global matrix organizations, business transformation, cultural change, attraction and retention of top talent, leadership coaching, business consulting, mediation and diversity and inclusion.  Tatjana is on the Advisory Board of the HR360 2017 Summit. 


Judith Huebner
 Judith Huebner 
Former Director and HR Business Partner 
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Eric Plu
 Eric Plu 
HR Operations Vice President 

Eric is the head of Operational HR for all European Countries (11 countries or clusters) and the European Recruitment Team. He is an experienced HR Director in strategic areas such as cultural change, talent management, workforce planning, employer attractiveness and also all operational areas such as labour relations and management of heavy re-organisation (factory closure).

Simon Eade
 Simon Eade 
Head of HR, UK & Ireland 
Volvo Cars

Simon is in charge of HR and facility management for Volvo Cars’ sales companies in the UK and Ireland. He is responsible for handling all local HR issues and the application of corporate HR guidelines in the market. Simon is also part of various project groups and networks within Volvo’s HR organisation that look at the development of corporate guidelines and tools especially within the area of learning and organisational development. He recently moved from the Head Office in Sweden where he was responsible for corporate leadership development. In this role, Simon worked out a new segmentation of leaders and project managers for the company and reworked the entire leadership development offer in line with this segmentation. Volvo’s training offer was revamped to incorporate blended learning, a new IT platform to support classroom activities and managerial involvement, as well as the usage of social media to support learning. From 2011-2013, Simon was head of the organisational development project rolling out Volvo’s revised company culture organisation-wide using the top 150 leaders to drive a cascading “leaders training leaders” concept. In addition to this, Simon also worked in a project to form a European dealer training organisation whereby dealer training staff would cooperate across the region whilst ensuring local delivery in the markets, working with alignment and execution. Simon’s extensive experience as a line HR manager in two countries (France and the UK) and four and a half years in a central function (Sweden) rolling out corporate guidelines, projects and organisational development initiatives, gives him credible insight into the politics of internal HR departments. He is currently the only person working in Volvo’s HR organisation today with such extensive experience working both within corporate HR and markets outside their historical home in Sweden.

Mia Vanstraelen
 Mia Vanstraelen 
HR Director 

Mia has been the HR Director at IBM since 2002, with an overall HR scope, and with strong business relationships.

Peter Holmark
 Peter Holmark 
HR Director Europe 
Peter is a senior HR leader with strong business acumen. He is currently HR Director for the European sales organization within Nokia Networks. At the start of his career Peter worked in the business doing project management and consulting. Later he took over leadership positions of services organizations for Nokia and through his work in Europe, Middle East and Africa he streamlined the organizations and turned teams into high performing customer centric teams. In 2009 Peter entered the world of HR first as a HR Director for parts of the software business, later as head of the Talent, leadership and Organizational development expertise worldwide and now as HR Director for Sales in Europe.

Valérie Vezinhet
 Valérie Vezinhet 
Head of Human Resources 

Valérie Vezinhet, 48 years old, joined SAP in November 2011, as Head of Human Resources France. After a career start in commercial position, then as Head of Human Resources in IT for 16 years, Valerie has acquired a solid expertise in supporting SAP’s strategic goals in France, in a context of transformation and international cultural environment. Since she joined, Valérie Vezinhet has acted as a strategic business partner for all business lines, including sales, consulting, customer support and R&D. She implemented transformation support plans in a context of organization digitalisation, leadership development, talent acquisition, talent management, localization of corporate policies, transformation of the HR function and integration of businesses acquired by SAP such as Sybase, SuccessFactors, KXEN, Hybris, Ariba and Multiposting. Valerie is now Head of HR EMEA North, supporting EMEA North President transformation goals and driving the People agenda. Valerie is graduate of Toulouse Business School.

Karen Seth
 Karen Seth 
Director of HR – Retail Operations and Head of HR Logistics 
The Co-operative Group
 Christian Steinruecken 
Research Associate Machine Learning 
University of Cambridge

Christian Steinruecken is a research associate in the Machine Learning Group at the University of Cambridge, where he is heading the Automatic Statistician Project with Prof Zoubin Ghahramani. Christian did his PhD with Prof David MacKay, and has diverse interests in artificial intelligence, data compression,probabilistic reasoning and decision making. Christian is CTO of a machine learning company named "Invenia" that optimises electricity grids,reducing CO₂ emissions while generating revenue at the same time.

Tinna Nielsen
 Tinna Nielsen 
Move The Elephant for Inclusiveness
Tinna is an anthropologist and behavioural economist by heart and profession. For the past 16 years, her passion has been to promote behavioural, cultural and systemic changes for inclusiveness. For this purpose she founded the non-for-profit organisation MOVE THE ELEPHANT FOR INCLUSIVENESS in 2013. She co-founded the global sharing community and co-authored The Inclusion Nudges Guidebook in 2015 with Lisa Kepinski, Founder of Inclusion Institute. They have pioneered the innovative behavioural techniques called Inclusion Nudges to mitigate unconscious bias and prod the unconscious mind to be inclusive. For this approach they are on the Global Diversity List 2015 as 'Top 10 Diversity Consultants'. World Economic Forum selected Tinna as Young Global Leader 2015. For 6 years she will be part of this community to contribute with solutions to improve the state of the world, and she is the co-chair of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Council for Behavioral Science. She has worked as Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Collaboration for Arla Foods (2010-15), one of the world's largest dairy cooperatives. Previously she worked for the Danish Institute for Human Rights. She is working with organisations worldwide, teaching as faculty member at educational institutions around the world, writing, and is a global change maker is many domains. Tinna's mission is to empower as many as possible to apply behavioural science to achieve inclusive growth for all.
Vishal Khatri
 Vishal Khatri 
Head - Europe Human Resources 
L&T Technology Services
Vishal is an experienced HR professional with over 15 years of experience, specializing in International Human Resource Management with the following areas of expertise: Expatriate and Work force management; Compensation and benefits; Talent acquisition; Employee Engagement and Business Partnering; Change Management; Performance Management and Succession Planning; Competency and Capability building; Adapting global programs to country specific legal and cultural requirements; and the implementation of labour and immigration compliance.
Rafael Gonzalez
 Rafael Gonzalez 
Director Compensation and Benefits, Europe/ HR Business Partner 
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG)

Rafael is an HR professional with 9 years of international experience with Global Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, and international NGOs in compensation and benefits, HR systems, employee surveys and engagement, employee development and recruitment.  He has been in his current role since 2013, and had previous HR roles at Delta Partners and DHL Express. 

Jobit George
 Jobit George 
Europe Human Resource Leader 
Aurobindo Pharma

Jobit is a versatile international Human Resources and Operations Manager. His areas of expertise include Talent Strategy, Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Shared Services and Global Mobility.  Jobit has been at Aurobindo Pharma since May 2016, and was previously at Polaris Consulting, Larsen & Toubro and Infosys.  

Ranjani Kearsley
 Ranjani Kearsley 
Head of HR, Financial Services 
Fidelity International

Ranjani is Head of HR for Fidelity International. She works with the ExCo and leads a group of HR professionals across a global footprint spanning 24 countries. Ranjani studied Economics at the LSE, and wanted to be an analyst but decided working directly with people and change would be more fun! Her first HR job at an investment bank provided an early introduction to the value of strong leadership in inspiring and developing people. Like her professional role models, she tries to draw from her own diverse background and perspective to support others. She is a failed artist who can’t refuse chocolate or ignore a mystery! Born and raised in India, and having worked internationally, she is now settled and raising two children in the UK.

Gerard Penning
 Gerard Penning 
Executive VP Human Resources Downstream 
Shell International

After Graduating in Civil Law from Leiden University in 1987, Gerard started his career in organisation consultancy in the Netherlands. In 1990 he joined Shell. In Shell Gerard held several different HR positions in Rotterdam, Assen and Hamburg. In mid 1996 he changed to the role of Marketing Manager Retail in Germany. With an appetite for more commercial experience he returned to the Netherlands in 1998 to become Commercial Manager for Shell Global Solutions, selling technology solutions to key industries in Europe. In 2000 Gerard became Head of Recruitment, with Shell International. Gerard then joined IT for Shell in 2003 in the position of VP Human Resources where he managed amongst others the critical off shoring and outsourcing work. In 2007 Gerard was appointed to the role of EVP Human Resources Global Functions with a key task to further streamline and optimize the key HR processes/ways of working. In this role he became a member of Shell’s HR Executive Team. In 2009 Gerard was appointed EVP HR for Upstream International. Key parts of the role involved further globalising and streamlining the upstream business to cater for an increasingly competitive landscape. In 2013 Gerard was appointed EVP HR for Downstream. Shell’s Downstream organisation is made up of a number of different businesses (Chemicals, Global Commercial, Manufacturing, Retail and Trading & Supply). Collectively these businesses turn crude oil into a range of refined products that they move and market around the world for domestic, industrial and transport use. Gerard lives in The Hague and London with his wife Petra and daughter Juliette. In his spare time he enjoys playing guitar, running, mountain biking and sailing his catamaran on the North Sea.

Peter Carvalho
 Peter Carvalho 

As an award-winning technology and service corporation, Agile•1 solves challenges for their Fortune 1000 clients with end-to-end workforce management tools and services. In 2006, Peter D. Carvalho joined the company as the president of Agile•1, and the chief operating officer of the Act•1 Group of Companies. With over 20 years of experience in the staffing industry, Peter has built his career working with multi-million dollar service firms and supporting business development throughout North America and abroad. He has a professional focus that includes workforce management, general staffing, technology, accounting, and finance. This broad base of experience has been instrumental in the design and deployment of key Agile•1 solutions including AllSourceWCS (workforce consulting solution) AllSourceRPO (recruitment process outsourcing), and AllSourcePPS (professional payroll services). Prior to joining Agile•1 Peter served in an executive role with Remedy Intelligent Staffing where he attained the company’s most prestigious top honor, the Redwood Award; along with several sales performance awards. Peter’s time at Remedy was followed by a leadership position at Volt Information Sciences and it was here he earned the prestigious designation as a Black Belt Six Sigma. In both positions, Peter further developed the skill sets he brings to Agile•1. His understanding of complex business systems has allowed him to successfully manage multifaceted teams, anticipate industry changes and create the strategies that will lead Agile•1 into the future. Peter lives outside San Diego, CA with his family and dog, Mandy. Peter has traveled extensively throughout Europe, South America and China

Fanny Heyndrickx
 Fanny Heyndrickx 
Head of Talent Management Europe 
As of January 2017, Fanny is the Head of Talent Management Europe for BASF, overseeing all talent management requirements and working with HR Business Partners. In her previous role as Head of Talent Resourcing, based on the mid-to-long term recruitment needs of BASF in Europe, Fanny defined which target groups to source through which sourcing channels, and how to build and maintain a pipeline of highly-qualified talents , by guaranteeing a balanced mix of recruiting and employer branding measures.

Fanny has recently developed and implemented a service portfolio to create transparency of the service offerings to all BASF’s internal customer segments and to allow for a differentiating cost charging model based on perceived customer and strategic relevance. Fanny will be co-hosting the Creative Boardroom ‘How can HR Directors and HR Business Partners best collaborate to enhance the value of your Talent Acquisition Centre of Excellence?’ on the 28th June.
Mervyn Dinnen
 Mervyn Dinnen 
Talent Acquisition Analyst 
Talent Insight & Award Winning Blogger
Chris Roebuck
 Chris Roebuck 
Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership, former Global Head of Talent and Leadership, UBS 
Cass Business School

Chris Roebuck is Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership at Cass Business School in London. He has held senior roles at UBS,HSBC and KPMG, has served in the British Army, and is one of the top 15 Human Resources (HR) thinkers in Europe.

As Global Head of Leadership at UBS, he helped deliver leadership and development strategies, resulting in one of the most successful corporate transformations to date. The UBS Strategy Project is now a Harvard Business School Case Study on transforming organisational performance. A sought after advisor and leading authority on entrepreneurial,engaging, ethical and effective leadership, Prof Roebuck shares his insights and vast experience to give audiences a simple route to rapidly become a member of the elite group of truly effective, inspiring and respected leaders in their organisation, today and in the future.

 This is achieved via his new approach to leadership – Mach 2 – that has been described by a leading Professor of Psychology as a “breakthrough” in thinking and which Harvard Business Review have interviewed him about in Beijing. He has advised major global organisations at board level on improving performance through their people,including the UK National Health Service (1.4m staff), global banks and law firms, and organisations in sectors such as logistics, consultancy, transport,engineering and healthcare, even the Chinese Space Corporation. Local governments and non-profits, including the Red Cross, have also benefited from his expertise. 

As Global Head of Leadership at UBS (80,000 staff, 130 countries), his projects helped the bank to win Best Company for Leaders in Europe 2005, Best New Global Leadership Academy, and several Excellence Awards. He achieved this by developing Entrepreneurial Leadership and Entrepreneurial HR in particular. During this period, organisational performance was increased by+15%, boosting profits and market capitalisation. Prof Roebuck also developed anew business initiative that delivered $12.5m extra revenue for the bank by identifying new business opportunities through developing Entrepreneurial Leadership.

Bjarte Bogsnes
 Bjarte Bogsnes 
VP, Management Development 
Bjarte has a long international career, both in Finance and HR. He is currently heading up the implementation of Beyond Budgeting at Statoil, Scandinavia’s largest company. Bjarte is Chairman of Beyond Budgeting Roundtable (BBRT). He is a popular international business speaker and is the winner of a Harvard Business Review/McKinsey Management Innovation award. Bjarte is also author of "Implementing Beyond Budgeting - Unlocking the Performance Potential", where he writes about his implementation experiences.
Gianpaolo Barozzi
 Gianpaolo Barozzi 
Director, Human Resources 
Gianpaolo leads the Digitalization Office in the newly created Leadership and Team Intelligence HR Group, leading innovative solutions for next generation HR and the future world of work. He sponsors a cross-industry Think Tank on the design and development of transparent and adaptive organizations within corporations to succeed in the current VUCA business environment. As well as this, Gianpaolo also leads the development and execution of the 1st Cisco Global HR Hackathon as an innovative way to disrupt HR from within. 
 Stephane Saba 
VP HR Europe 
East Balt
Laura-Katrin Seitz
 Laura-Katrin Seitz 
ex-VP, Global Head of HR for Biologics 

Over the past 15 years, Laura-Katrin has held various VP HR level roles within the Life Science industry, travelling along the entire value chain. Most recent roles were Global Head of HR for Biologics at Sanofi, and Global Head of HR for Finance, IT, HR, Communications and Legal at Roche/Genentech. In the latter responsibility, she has been instrumental in driving the transformation of the HR function. Prior to that, she held global responsibilities for R&D, Technical Operations, as well as Regional HR roles. Before moving into HR, Laura has pursued a career in international relations, business development and marketing, working in different industries and continents. Her passion lies in a business-oriented HR that ‘partners in the front line’, and her main areas of focus are value-based leadership, working across cultures, integration and change management.

Elena Maringelli
 Elena Maringelli 
Comp & Ben, International Assignment Director 
Christian Muller
 Christian Muller 
Senior HR Business Partner, Transformation 

Christian is a Senior Business Partner responsible for major-scale transformation projects within Unitymedia’s largest department and looks back on a long career as a transformation consultant. Unitymedia has gained transformational successes over the past 12 months including awards for employer branding, performance management and learning culture.

Michael Rubas
 Michael Rubas 
SVP HR Planning and Operations 
Deutsche Telekom

Since June 1st 2016 Michael is Senior Vice President HR Planning, IT & Operations at Deutsche Telekom AG and reports directly to the CHRO. He is also a member of the supervisory board of the Deutsche Telekom Shared Services Europe GmbH. Within the Deutsche Telekom Group he started his career at T-Systems and held various management positions including Managing Director of ICT Services at T-Systems Switzerland and Senior Vice President Human Resources at T-Systems International. Before his career at Deutsche Telekom he worked as HR manager at debis Systemhaus. Michael started his professional career at Daimler AG as a Consultant for Organizational Development. He recently finished a Master of Consulting & Coaching for Change at the HEC Paris & Said Business School Oxford.

Rickard Jones
 Rickard Jones 
Agile Coach 

Not only is Rickard one of the authors of the AgileHR Manifesto and an Agile Coach/Trainer but he is also an International Conference speaker. Before becoming an Agile Coach/Trainer, he has been a Java Developer, Program Manager, Change Manager, Project Manager, Development Manager, Scrum Master, Infrastructure Manager, and Transformation Lead. Despite an unhealthy obsession with learning, going on as many courses as possible to continue his journey of coaching, he believes nothing beats in the field experience.

Jacqueline Summerfield
 Jacqueline Summerfield 
Director of Talent Solutions 
Allegis Global Solutions

As Director of Talent Solutions at Allegis Global Solutions (AGS), Jacqueline delivers our strategic workforce RPO solutions for global organisations, based in the EMEA region. With 22 years of experience in staffing and human capital solutions—working across all industry verticals and solutions—Jacqueline brings a high level of workforce expertise and business acumen to the organisations with which she works. Primarily responsible for developing and nurturing strong relationships with companies across key market verticals, she is immensely consultative and collaborative in nature. Jacqueline seeks to understand the challenges that keep business leaders from reaching their goals and pushes the status quo to uncover innovative and integrated ways to deliver access to best-in-class talent, at the right cost. With a genuine desire to help others, Jacqueline is driven to consistently achieve results by always putting her clients’ needs first. She strongly believes that nothing is impossible, and will do whatever it takes to help her clients access the talent they need to succeed in such a competitive marketplace.

Geraldine Haley
 Geraldine Haley 
Leadership Coach and Team Facilitator 
Adam Yearsley
 Adam Yearsley 
Global Head of Talent Management 
Red Bull

Adam leads Red Bull’s Global Talent Management function, responsible for how Red Bull attracts, selects, develops and retains people while supporting an environment where they can pursue their potential. His team and him are driven to develop better ways of working with people in companies. Essentially, they are taking scientific and evidence based approach to redesign HR practice, reinforce our culture and drive performance.

Beat Mueller
 Beat Mueller 
Country Manager, Switzerland 

Beat is a sales and management executive with strong leadership and operation management capabilities. He possesses more than 15 years of experience in providing international recruitment, payroll, talent acquisition and outsourcing solutions. His experience includes a focus on highly qualified talent for professional, technical and commercial specialties in Switzerland and internationally. In his role as country general manager for Agile•1 in Switzerland, Beat is responsible for operations, sales and service management. He leads the strategic development of our client relationships and country specific value-added services. Prior to joining Agile•1, Beat was a country manager for a global, boutique staffing company and the business development director for a workforce solution provider in Europe. As an executive with one of the leading staffing agencies in Switzerland, Beat helped to grow the company’s business by offering high performance resources and talent management solutions for contract, permanent, payroll and outsourcing projects. Beat holds a technical and higher education degree in business administration, plus an executive diploma in General Management from the University of St. Gallen where he focused on leadership, strategy, finance, operations, and delivery. In addition to speaking some French, he is fluent in both German and English. Beat lives in the Swiss countryside, 30 minutes from Zurich, with his wife and three boys. He is an avid runner and enjoys traveling, both for work and for pleasure.

Laszlo Nagy
 Laszlo Nagy 
HR Director 

Laszlo manages the HR function and activities of the company aiming to fulfill Nielsen’s HR related aspirations. In accordance with corporate guidelines, he administers, develops, proposes, implements and supervises organisational and individual development of Nielsen staff. He also acts as an adviser to senior functional managers in the Growth Region (19 countries) in order to shape Nielsen's strategic goals and objectives.

Pier Francesco Cerritelli
 Pier Francesco Cerritelli 
HR Manager Commercial and HR Services Manager 
Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company

Pier oversees the management of all HR processes (organization, recruitment, training, development, compensation, succession planning, mobility, engagement) related to the Sales (1,200 employees) and Trade Marketing (60 employees) functions, as well as the coordination of 4 HR Business Partners. He is responsible for people cost effectiveness and sales productivity, supporting the “route to market” strategy. From July 2016, he is also head of the a.i. of HR Services (Payroll & Administration – with external outsourcer, Comp&Ben, HR Reporting), with the coordination of 6 specialists.

Helen Williams
 Helen Williams 
Head of Performance Development 

As head of performance development at Statoil, Helen is responsible for performance and talent management for Statoil’s 20,000 employees across 30 countries. Her focus is on developing Statoil’s performance culture and career development opportunities to maximize the opportunity to grow and thrive in this volatile, complex business environment. Prior to joining the corporate function, Helen had several business focused HR roles in Statoil. Before joining Statoil in 2009, Helen was HR Manager for the four Tate Galleries.

Paulo Dias
 Paulo Dias 
Agile Transformation Lead and Enterprise Coach 

Paulo started his career as a Software Engineer in 1996. A few years later he became a Project Manager and a Development Team lead with CA Technologies. Paulo came across the Agile around 2007 and from then onwards he has been an evangelist of Agile values, principles and practices. In 2010 he joined BNY Mellon in London and initiated the agile transformation there as an Agile Coach. In May 2015, he joined Barclays Investment Bank as an Agile Transformation Lead and Enterprise Coach. He is passionate about the use of the right metrics in Agile and is a speaker at conferences and meet-ups. He holds an MBA degree with a specialization in Marketing ROI and Human Resources. Paulo will be co-hosting the Workshop ‘AgileHR - Oh no not another fad jumping on the bandwagon!’ on the 29th June.