2013 Human Capital Leadership Think Tank
2013 Human Capital Leadership Think Tank
April 18, 2013 - Charlotte, NC
Join an intimate group of executives in your field for breakfast and a morning of learning. Explore cutting edge content through a panel presentation, a topical keynote and interactive round table discussions with peers.
Argyle Executive Forum’s 2013 Human Capital Leadership Think Tank (Charlotte) will explore Human Capital’s expanding role and how HR professionals are becoming a vital component for a company’s innovation and growth.
Argyle Executive Forum is bringing together human capital leaders from a variety of industries. Structured as a think tank, this breakfast is designed to foster peer to peer exchange through an interactive panel and informal roundtable discussion. Potential topics may include: “The changing role of the CHRO,” “Key technology trends in HR,” “Workforce planning,” and “Identifying and maintaining a talent pipeline.”
Agenda is as follows:
8:00am – 8:30am
8:30am – 8:35am
Argyle Executive Forum Opening Remarks
8:35am – 8:40am
8:40am – 9:00am
Thought Leadership Presented by Oracle
"Winning the War for Talent in a Time of Talent Scarcity"
The link between talent and business performance has never been stronger. CEOs are convinced of this fact, and more than 75% are changing their talent management strategies to gain a competitive advantage.*
While improving the efficiency of individual processes—including recruiting, performance management, succession planning, professional development, and compensation—is a good first step, true success comes from executing strategies that are based on holistic views of talent across all your processes.
Join us to learn how Oracle's leading human capital management solutions can help you:
- Understand the data from your talent management processes and how to connect it to your business performance
- Design and execute more effective strategies for hiring, developing, and rewarding your people
- Leverage performance management + feedback + development + career planning to attract and retain great talent
VP HCM Business Transformation
9:00am – 9:40am
"Leadership Speaks: 2013 and Beyond"
As HR leaders look to the future, a few issues remain top of mind in 2013. Join the panel as they dive into three tightly woven trends – culture, engagement, and retention.
Session topics include, but are not limited to:
- How do you align management and talent to create a unified corporate mind-set?
- How have you demonstrated the impact of engagement to build company-wide support and participation in your engagement strategy?
- How do challenges across different age groups impact productivity and engagement in the workplace?
- Enabling leaders during culture transformation
- How to continue to support leaders through different environments
- Strategies for assuring meaningful diversity within critical management and leadership positions
VP HCM Business Transformation
Senior Vice President - Human Resources
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Baker & Taylor Inc
Global Head of Learning, Leadership Development and HR Shared Services
Bank of America
9:40am – 9:50am
9:50am – 10:50am
Round Table Discussions
10:50am – 11:00am
Key Takeaways & Summation
*Please note, the agenda is subject to change.
**Please note, this meeting is off the record.
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The 2013 Human Capital Leadership Think Tank in Charlotte
is proudly sponsored by:
Oracle HCM: Using The Cloud to Power HR’s Business Contribution Oracle HCM Applications offer a comprehensive, integrated product suite of human capital management (HCM) applications designed to run all your core HR business processes. With over 14,000 customers in over 140 countries, Oracle HCM gives you industry-leading capabilities of our existing packaged applications combined with the latest advances in service-oriented architecture (SOA), Web services, and software delivery. The result is a powerful suite of enterprise applications unlike anything on the market, set apart by three differentiators that only Oracle can offer.
- Functional differentiation: Oracle HCM Applications go beyond combining the best-in-business functionality found in our existing applications portfolio.
- Technological differentiation: Oracle has a 30-year heritage of technology innovation that continues today with our growing leadership in SOA, middleware, and software delivery.
- Competitive differentiation: No other software vendor today offers enterprise applications that are functionally rich and flexible enough to be deployed across a variety of delivery models, including full cloud services.
Oracle HCM powers HR’s contribution to your business with flexible and advanced industry leading capabilities that can run in or out of the Cloud.
This event will feature insights from top executives, including:
Domtar View Bio »
Ms. Anderson has over 20 years of experience in the Human Resources field.
Prior to joining Domtar, Melissa served for three years as Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Government Relations for The Pantry, Inc., one of the largest independently operated convenience retailers in the United States.
She began her career with International Business Machines Corporation where she spent 17 years progressing through increasingly challenging human resources positions.
When she left IBM, she was Vice President of Human Resources for IBM Global Financing where she lead an international team of HR professionals who were responsible for creating and executing a worldwide workforce management strategy for an organization of approximately 3,500 employees.
Previously, she led IBM’s human resource functions for several other U.S. locations including IBM’s Silicon Valley Software Development Laboratory and IBM Austin, former headquarters to IBM’s RS6000 Server Division, now branded as Series P. The Austin site was home to approximately 4,500 employees with over 30 distinct lines of business. Earlier in her career, Melissa managed IBM’s pioneering effort to create one of the first employee shared-services center. The center supported over 200,000 employees and retirees.
Melissa holds a B.S. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a Master of Industrial and Labor Relations degree from Cornell University.
Melissa was recognized as 2011 Award winner for Women Worth Watching in 2011, published in Profiles of Diversity Journal. The Society of Human Resource Management honored Melissa as a nominee for the 2011 and 2012 South Carolina Human Resources Management Award for Professional Excellence.
Oracle View Bio »
Senior Human Resources executive with extensive talent management and development expertise. She is a successful change leader with global experience in both the design and implementation of complex talent programs and initiatives.
Formerly the Vice President of Talent Management & Diversity and Inclusion with Kimberly-Clark Corporation. In this position, she led the development of Kimberly-Clark’s global people processes in the areas of Talent Acquisition, Learning & Development, Performance Management, Leadership and Succession as well as Diversity and Inclusion.
Prior to Kimberly-Clark, Lesley spent seventeen years with Hewlett Packard in a variety of leadership roles in Customer Education, Consulting, Leadership Development, Executive Development and Talent Management.
Lesley holds an Education certificate from Durham University and MSc in Training from Leicester University in the UK.
- Winner of Chief Learning Officer Innovation Award 2007
- Former Co-Chair and Program Director Conference Board Talent Management Council
Baker & Taylor Inc View Bio »
Beth Simonetti joined Baker & Taylor, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, in 2010 as Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Baker & Taylor is the world’s largest distributor of books and entertainment. Beth has 20 years of human resource management experience. Prior to Baker & Taylor, she was an executive search consultant - based from her home in Carbondale, Colo. - for The Woodmansee Group, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Beth began her career in Human Resources at Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio and then spent twelve years at Cardinal Health, a Fortune 20 international healthcare company located in Dublin, Ohio taking on expanding responsibilities including SVP Shared Services, SVP Human Resources, Director of the Cardinal Health Foundation and head of Inclusion and Diversity.
Beth earned her Bachelor of Science degree in zoology from Miami University in Ohio and her Masters of Hospital and Health Services Administration from The Ohio State University.
Beth resides in Charlotte, NC with her husband Vince and daughter, Gabriella.
Bank of America View Bio »
Burnet Tucker is the Learning, Leadership Development and Shared Services executive for Bank of America. In this role she is responsible for learning, talent management, leadership development, organization design and organization effectiveness programs and initiatives across Bank of America. Burnet is also the Human Resources executive for Global Human Resources.
Tucker has been with Bank of America since 1991. Prior to her current role, she led the Global Learning Organization and had Leadership Development responsibility for Global Banking and Markets, Global Commercial Banking and Global Human Resources. In this role, she was responsible for everseeing the bank’s enterprise learning strategy and all elements of Leadership Development for the businesses she supported. In addition, she has supported various businesses in Human Resources executive roles and held positions in the Compensation and Staffing functions.
Tucker graduated from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill with a BA in History, where she was a Morehead Scholar. She lives in Charlotte, NC with her husband and two daughters.
8:00am - 8:30am Networking Breakfast
8:30am - 8:35am Argyle Executive Forum Opening Remarks
8:35am - 8:40am Participant Introductions
8:40am - 9:00am Partner Remarks
9:00am - 9:40am Panel Discussion
9:40am - 9:50am Coffee Break
9:50am - 10:50am Interactive Roundtable Discussions
10:50am - 11:00am Key Takeaways & Summation
Participation is reserved for Members of Argyle Executive Forum that meet the following criteria:
- VP level or higher human capital executives, as well as select direct reports, from companies with at least $1b in annual revenue.
- Heads of HR (or equivalent), as well as select direct reports, from companies with at least $100mm in annual revenue.
If you do not meet these requirements, and would like to discuss participation in this meeting, please contact: Frannie Coggeshall at (646) 380–1251 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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