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we.CONECT presents the annual HR Performance, Metrics & Processing Minds 2013

03 Dec 2013 - 04 Dec 2013 - Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin



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HR Performance, Metrics & Processing Minds 2013

Integration and transformation of different HR scaling systems  |  Innovative and data-driven HR processes  |  Global roll out of an HR analytics & metrics architecture  |  Defining, mapping and implementing an HR planning strategy  |  Incorporation of strategic workforce and analytics processes  |  HR and analytics & reporting models  |  Supporting HR processes with IT-based tools  |  Integration of human capital planning with other business units

 

3rd - 4th December 2013 | Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin, Germany | www.hr-performance-minds.we-conect.com

 

“Excellent! A chance to baseline my organization´s progress in this emerging area!”
Mitchell Toomey, Global Lead, Knowledge Services, United Nations

 

 

we.CONECT introduces the HR Performance, Metrics & Processing Minds 2013, a high-class conference giving you exclusively the opportunity to exchange latest ideas and solutions on the management of one of the most important sectors in a company: the HR department. Taking place from December 3rd to 4th 2013 in Berlin, this event is the perfect opportunity to meet and discuss on HR related challenges and measurements with more than 70+ senior level executives from within all industries and more than 20 countries. Watch our conference video and get a concrete view of what is expecting you on the HR Performance, Metrics & Processing MInds 2013.

 

Highlights in 2013 to be offered by the following industry leaders:

 

·       Monsanto Singapore Co (Pte) Ltd. / Singapore, Aparna Kumar, Regional Human Resource Lead - Asia Pacific

·       Allianz SE / Germany, Dr. Thorsten Dietz, Director, Head of Operational Management

S Schneider Electric Inc. / USA, Ron Weber, Workforce Development and Analytics Manager

PePernod Ricard Sub-Sahara Africa / South Africa, Gary Johnson, Human Resource Director

 AkAkzoNobel Industrial Coatings / The Netherlands, Hassan Tariq, Regional HR Manager Europe

 

Main Topics of the HR Performance, Metrics & Processing Minds 2013

 

·          Strategic HR management and processes - With an unified roadmap towards measurable and transparent HR activities

·          Diversification and Integration - HR workforce planning as a part of an integrated business strategy

·          Processes and instruments within a performance-oriented HR cockpit

·          Technology, tools and processes within a business oriented HR architecture

·          Scaling, steering and increasing the value add of HR working processes

·          Maintaining effective HR systems to enhance organizational capabilities

 

Discover the final agenda with all relevant information on topics and our best-in-class speaker panel here: http://hr-performance-minds.we-conect.com/en/preview/agenda

 

Take advantage of a great opportunity comprising large information flows and great Know-How exchanges. Come and take part in our Icebreaker Session the day before the conference to get to know your peers. Enjoy the benefits of collective intelligence during our World Café and give a new and stimulating impulse to your business. Meet our Business Partners and discuss with them processes, solutions and products face to face and talk about more industry´s themes and issues at our Challenge Your Peers Round Tables.

 

For more information about the conference or to register, please follow this link: www.hr-performance-minds.we-conect.com.

 

We look forward to welcoming you in Berlin!

 

Contact:

Alexander Sladczyk

Sales Director

we.CONECT Global Leaders GmbH

Tel.: +49 (0)30 52 10 70 3 - 55

Email: alexander.sladczyk@we-conect.com / www.we-conect.com



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