HR360 Summit 2019

04 - 05 June, 2019

Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront

44 (0) 207 368 9850

HR 360 Day 2 - Wednesday 5th June

8:00 am - 8:50 am Networking Breakfast & Registration

8:50 am - 9:00 am Chairperson’s Opening Remarks:

Peter Holmark - HR Director Europe, Nokia
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Peter Holmark

HR Director Europe
Nokia

Building A Winning Culture

9:00 am - 9:20 am Keynote: How HR leaders can transform behaviours and cultures effectively to make way for the workplace of the future

Reinhard Nissl - HR Director Central & Eastern Europe, Microsoft
Ø  Digital transformation at Microsoft – Why there is a need for change
Ø  10 things we have learned at Microsoft about our cultural transformation
Ø  Assessing the Key workplace trends and the role of HR
Ø  How to become a leader of the future and inspire trust from your employees to build culture that embraces ideas
ØWorking to the same goals- How to ensure you have an engaged workforce objective to create meaningful tasks which promote increased engagement
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Reinhard Nissl

HR Director Central & Eastern Europe
Microsoft

9:20 am - 9:40 am Culture Keynote: Connection: The Foundation of Workplace Culture- Why is human connection so important in the workplace, how do you foster high quality interactions and most importantly how can you inspire front-line leaders to invest in connecting with their people?

Mindi Cox - Senior Vice President of People and Great Work, OC Tanner Investors In People
Ø  Connecting people to purpose- How can you create connections in the workplace?
Ø  The importance of human connection in the workplace today- How will high-quality connections lead to more collaboration, innovation, trust, and engagement.
Ø  How to foster high-quality interactions among employees and teams- Why are employees increasingly feeling isolated and disengaged and what tools and practices are today’s best workplaces are using to build more interaction and strengthen relationships between their people?
Ø  Creating a more integrated culture - The impact of having a connected workforce on company culture and employee performance
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Mindi Cox

Senior Vice President of People and Great Work
OC Tanner Investors In People

Ø  What aspects of the HR function can AI be applied to now?
Ø  How can cognitive engines assist employees to arrive at key day-to-day decisions in the workplace?
Ø  How can you incorporate automation of the repetitive, low-value add tasks to free up HR resources where they are truly needed?
Ø Smart analytics- How can AI revolutionise the way you attract obtain and retain top talent through L&D?
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Peter Holmark

HR Director Europe
Nokia

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John Gustafsson

HR Director, Northern Europe
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Nina Schmidt

HR Line Solutions Lead Western Europe
Microsoft

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Britta Heissenberger

Europe HR Leader, Global Business Services CAI
IBM

10:20 am - 10:40 am Consultancy Keynote: Driving cross-functional culture transformations- How can you achieve sustainable transformation at a personal and corporate level to add significant value to the bottom line?

Anja Fiedler - Managing Director D-A-CH, Denison Consulting Europe
Ø  The meaning of sustainable transformation and how HR leaders can influence this
Ø  How can you use sustainable transformation on a personal level as a pre-requisite to drive a culture for change across the business?
Ø  The roadmap for transformation- How can you manage this with key checkpoints to ensure your transformation is permanent?
Ø  The link between cultural transformation and business performance?


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Anja Fiedler

Managing Director D-A-CH
Denison Consulting Europe

10:40 am - 11:10 am Morning Networking Break

Adapting To The New World Of HR

11:10 am - 11:30 am Case Study: The new world of work and how SAP is embracing this now- A real life case study

Dr. Wolfgang Fassnacht - Senior Vice President Global Head of Talent, Leadership & Learning, SAP
Ø  Are you fed-up with the ever increasing number of reorganizations in your company?
Ø  How would it be possible to drive a cultural shift here?
Ø  Should it be triggered top-down? Or bottom-up?
Ø  What mandate has the HR function here?
Ø  What expertise is needed, how to build this up?
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Dr. Wolfgang Fassnacht

Senior Vice President Global Head of Talent, Leadership & Learning
SAP

11:30 am - 11:50 am Case Study: The new world of pay- What are the 5 key aspects that needs to change in the new world of pay?

Elke Eller - Global HR Director & Member of the Board, TUI Group
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Elke Eller

Global HR Director & Member of the Board
TUI Group

11:50 am - 12:10 pm Inspirational Keynote: Applying design thinking- How can you transform your HR function from a traditional, process-orientated model to a people-orientated model which is more innovation and change ready?

Ø  Creating better solutions - How to apply design-thinking when implementing new HR technologies to ensure that initiatives are designed with a user-focused solution in mind
Ø  What steps can you take to ensure that you have an understanding of the problem you are trying to solve and the people who will be impacted?
Ø  How can you get HR and IT to collaborate on the decision making process so everyone is engaged and informed from the start?
Ø  Moving away from metrics- Switching the goal of HR technology projects to resonate with humans
How to use people analytics as supportive evidence when recommending business strategies to the C-suite

12:10 pm - 12:30 pm Talent Keynote: New Recruiting- How HR can contribute to company's success in times of digitization

Mag. Jutta Perfahl-Strilka - Director Sales New Business, XING E-Recruiting
Ø  One factor is crucial in finding the right candidate: time!
Ø  Therefore efficiency in recruitment is an increasing factor and the time-to-hire as a measurement is becoming more and more important
Ø  How can the current changes in terms of digitization, technology and society can make an impact for successful recruiting?
Ø  How can the time-to-hire be reduced and how can HR become a significant contribution to company's success?
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Mag. Jutta Perfahl-Strilka

Director Sales New Business
XING E-Recruiting

12:30 pm - 1:40 pm Networking Lunch

Track A - Talent Acquisition and Retention: Future-Proofing Your Workforce

1:40 pm - 2:20 pm Case Study Revolution: 3 critical success factors to succession planning- How to overcome constantly shifting workforce variables to deliver more effective results
Tatjana Tasan - Former Chief People Officer, Nortal Galina Soubbotina - Senior Talent Director, EMEA, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Ø  What processes can you put in place to ensure you can identify future leaders and develop their skills to improve their effectiveness if a role opens up?
Ø  How to ensure that your L&D programming supports succession planning so skills are being developed and nurtured throughout the process
Ø  What is HR’s role is ensuring that succession planning remains a priority and is kept up to date in the face of company changes?
Ø  How technology can best support your succession planning by providing insights into your employees?
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Tatjana Tasan

Former Chief People Officer
Nortal

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Galina Soubbotina

Senior Talent Director, EMEA
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Track A - Talent Acquisition and Retention: Future-Proofing Your Workforce

2:20 pm - 3:00 pm Case Study Revolution: Strategic workforce planning- How can you utilise HR intelligence tools to identify gaps between your current workforce capabilities and future needs?
Astrid Manquin - HR Director - Head of Employer Attractiveness, Essity Caroline Brent - Senior Vice President, Future Talent Council
Ø  How can HR Intelligence software allow you to easily visualize your workforce and make decisions based on accurate information?
Ø  What tools are essential in a data driven environment to help you fully establish your current workforce capabilities?
Ø  How can you ensure your workforce planning activities align with the organizational strategy?
Ø  How can you assess your workforce and mitigate the risk of talent gaps so you can forecast when and where you might have future needs?
Ø  How can you plan in times of volatility to ensure you are allowing for continued business flexibility?
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Astrid Manquin

HR Director - Head of Employer Attractiveness
Essity

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Caroline Brent

Senior Vice President
Future Talent Council

Track B - Technology

1:40 pm - 2:20 pm Case Study Revolution: Gamification- a game changer? How to harness the power of gamification to supercharge your HR function and spur motivation throughout your workforce
Laura Schroeder - HR Tech and Fintech Advisor, .
Ø  Talent and Acquisition- How you can use VR enabled gamification to recreate the currently laborious on boarding process and get employees engaged from the off-set?
Ø  Talent retention- How gamification will cultivate your corporate culture and drive cross-departmental collaboration
Ø  Learning and development – How can gamification motivate employees to participate in more L&D programmes?
Ø  Career success- How to use gamification to create transparent mission based career paths to motivate your workforce?
Ø  Employee engagement- How can gamification platforms lead to increased engagement whilst offering real-time feedback?
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Laura Schroeder

HR Tech and Fintech Advisor
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Track B - Technology

2:20 pm - 3:00 pm Case Study Revolution: From recruitment to training and retention- How can virtual reality (VR) create innovative, engaging and cost-effective learning and development programmes?
Ø  How is VR being used now and how is it being implemented to meet the needs of the business?
Ø  How can VR radically be used in both the recruitment ant on-boarding process and what business benefits is this proven to bring?
Ø  How can VR revolutionise your recruitment process and give you the competitive edge with ‘Millennials’ and ‘Generation Z’?
Ø  How you can use VR enabled gamification to recreate the currently laborious on boarding process and get employees engaged from the off-set?
Ø  What can VR offer in terms of training to make learning a personalized experience?
Ø  What steps do you need to take to put VR into practice and how can you justify the ROI?

Track C - Synergy Workshops: Open to a maximum of 24 delegates

1:40 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop: Trust


Track D - HR Leaders Drill Down Roundtables: Open to a maximum of 12 delegates

1:40 pm - 3:00 pm Roundtable 1: What is “Culture” Anyway? Six areas every great culture must cultivate
Mindi Cox - Senior Vice President of People and Great Work, OC Tanner Investors In People
Hosted by Mindi Cox, Senior Vice President of People and Great Work, OC Tanner
As HR leaders we are experiencing a significant shift in people strategy and it is increasingly challenging for leaders to respond to new disruptions. Leaders are turning their attention to creating workplace cultures that can withstand the uncertainty of changing business models, an increasingly diverse workforce, a flood of new technology, and the resulting disconnectedness. Great workplace cultures provide a crucial advantage for organizations, attracting talent, spurring innovation, building great leaders, and setting a pattern for ongoing success. Join this roundtable to collaborate on the fundamental elements that are crucial to an employee’s decision to join, engage with, and remain at an organization.
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Mindi Cox

Senior Vice President of People and Great Work
OC Tanner Investors In People

Meeting Your CSR Obligations

Ø  What factors should be included in a D&I policy which aims to be fully inclusive and isn’t purely based on set quotas?
Ø  Are there any steps you can take to ensure that unconscious bias doesn’t cloud your decision when hiring?
Ø  How much of an impact do external factors have on D&I within the workplace?
Ø What practical steps can you take to create a workspace which truly echoes a policy of inclusion?

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Peter Holmark

HR Director Europe
Nokia

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Micheal Conneely

Deputy Director & European Head of Talent Management, Department of Human Resources
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

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Tatjana Tasan

Former Chief People Officer
Nortal

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Kate Rand

People and Operations Director, UK and North America
Beyond International

3:40 pm - 4:00 pm Case Study: Stress and mental wellbeing- How can you break the ‘taboo’ and empower your staff to open up about mental wellbeing in order to roll out a support network to ensure your staff are mentally well?

Kate Rand - People and Operations Director, UK and North America, Beyond International
Ø  How has mental health within the workplace changed over the last decade and what are the most common misconceptions around mental health?
Ø  Perception vs. reality- How can you ensure you have a network which supports the mental wellbeing of your workforce?
Ø  How can HR divisions talk and open up and support conversations around mental well-being?
Ø Creating a wellness policy- How to empower people to have conversations with each other and create an accessible environment with everyone?

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Kate Rand

People and Operations Director, UK and North America
Beyond International

The Next Big Thing

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm HR 360 Dragons’ Den: Examining the latest and greatest innovations in HR technology- Which new innovations offer true value and should be considered in your future investment plans?

Peter Holmark - HR Director Europe Nokia Laura Schroeder - HR Tech and Fintech Advisor, . Yannis Niebelschütz - CEO, CoachHub and Elite StartUps Alistair Shepherd - Founder and President, Saberr Takashi Sato - Managing Director, Unipos
Welcome to the den. Join our industry dragons and assess the latest innovations as start-up companies pitch their solutions in a bid to win first place. Listen up as the dragons review the technologies’ benefits to your business, predict their future success and deliver their verdicts. The ultimate decision is in your hands though, as the audience get to vote for their favourite. Will you find the next big thing?
 
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Peter Holmark

HR Director Europe
Nokia

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Laura Schroeder

HR Tech and Fintech Advisor
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Yannis Niebelschütz

CEO
CoachHub and Elite StartUps

Alistair Shepherd

Founder and President
Saberr

Takashi Sato

Managing Director
Unipos

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm Crystal Ball Interview: HR in 2029- Predicting what the future holds for HR workforces and workplaces over the next decade

Peter Holmark - HR Director Europe Nokia Alraune Chowdury - Head of Global HR Systems and Reporting, TUI Caroline Brent - Senior Vice President, Future Talent Council
Ø  How will HR Intelligence, AI and ML reshape your traditional perceptions of HR?
Ø  Will HR have made more progress in changing mind sets to a more agile and democratic way of working?
Ø  Taking advantage of HR innovations- How to make the most of lower costs and newer technologies delivered by agile and entrepreneurial suppliers?
Ø The view in 2029- How will the HR landscape differ 10 years from now and what impact will this have on your job functions?

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Peter Holmark

HR Director Europe
Nokia

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Alraune Chowdury

Head of Global HR Systems and Reporting
TUI

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Caroline Brent

Senior Vice President
Future Talent Council

5:00 pm - 5:35 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks:

Peter Holmark - HR Director Europe, Nokia
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Peter Holmark

HR Director Europe
Nokia

5:35 pm - 6:00 pm Conference Close