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Argyle Executive Forum memberships are closely managed through an invitation-only process to ensure quality and balance within each membership community. Memberships comprise senior operating leaders and board members from private and public companies, investment professionals, as well as public-policy makers. The memberships also maintain highly targeted sub-memberships/special interest groups that focus on a specific discipline, business topic or investment area.

Over 40,000 executives participate in our communities, with over 700 new members joining each month.

 
Chief Financial Officer Membership

Argyle Executive Forum’s Chief Financial Officer Membership currently represents the financial leadership from over 1000 mid cap (annual revenue $100m – $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

Emerging Technologies and the Role of Finance

  • What responsibilities around technology has the finance department taken on?
  • What are the key technology trends CFOs are exploring? What is the main technology goal for finance and the organization as a whole?
  • How do you overcome the traditional obstacles to adopting new technologies in the finance function?
  • Thoughts on the cloud: Where does the true value lie? How can security concerns be mitigated?
  • How can finance executives transform data into actionable insights? How can finance exploit business intelligence and analytics to gain the competitive advantage?

CFO & Talent Management

  • How are HR & Finance collaborating in your organization?
  • How can finance help HR extract value from HR data to drive business performance?
  • Are you partnering with different functions outside of finance to develop the skills of your existing team?
  • Thoughts on the evolution of the CFO role. What new skills will be required to succeed?
  • How are you addressing training and development challenges for these new skills? Are you seeing a gap between what is being taught in school and the practical skills that the business needs?
  • Best practices for attracting and retaining talent
  • What is your organization doing around employee engagement to create long-term development of talent and align business objectives?

Managing and Minimalizing Enterprise Risk

  • A look at how the role of the CFO has evolved and how risk fits in that transformation
  • How are you integrating risk into routine decision-making, strategy-setting and performance management?
  • How does finance ensure that the leadership team and the board have the risk information they need to set and modify corporate strategy?
  • Defining the organization’s risk appetite in the context of its strategy
  • What are the top issues CFOs are focusing on to minimize risk?
    • Specifically, how has the modern digital landscape impacted the CFO’s risk priorities?
  • What teams/key executives are CFOs collaborating with closely to minimize risk?
  • Succession planning and streamlining any changes in leadership that may occur

Finance as a Partner in Innovation

  • How is innovation defined in the finance function?
  • What is the CFO’s role in evaluating, financing and driving innovation for the company?
  • How can finance become a partner to successful innovation? Moving past the reputation that finance stifles innovation
  • Balancing innovation to drive profitable growth with financial responsibility
  • Rethinking traditional finance metrics
  • As CFO, how do you make sure innovation is a priority everywhere in the company?
  • How are you forging partnerships with strategic business units where innovation typically begins?
  • How can finance help operating executives understand the potential of new projects?
Chief Information Security Officer Membership

Argyle Executive Forum’s Chief Information Security Officer Membership currently represents the senior IT Security executives from over 600 mid cap (annual revenue $100m – $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

Keeping Up with the Evolution of IT

  • What security issues do mobile devices present and how are IT departments responding to them?
  • How to address and overcome the major barriers hampering the success of your mobile integration strategy
  • How important is it to have accurate information about your customers and prospects in real time?
  • With financial services being targeted by DDoS more than any other industry, how does your team stay on alert for attempted theft of data and funds?
  • What major IT security changes (i.e. data use, app development practices, hosting) have occurred in the past couple of years, and what is driving these changes?
  • How do you use real-time data to enrich the customer experience, drive ROI and accelerate business growth?

Securing the Organization While Embracing New Innovations

  • What new technologies will have the biggest impact on business in the year ahead?
  • What are the key benefits of cloud computing for a business? 
    • Does it effectively cut costs? Improve productivity?
  • How does your cloud strategy impact business initiatives in every aspect of the business – customers, engagement and execution?
  • Looking forward: Should IT Security be made into a business enabler?
  • How has wireless network technology improved in the last year?
  • How does your organization choose which mobile devices and platforms to support?
  • What security issues do mobile devices present and how are IT departments responding to them?

Balancing Act: Becoming More Transparent & Even More Secure

  • As data centers become more distributed and the traditional network perimeter dissolves, what are some best practices to protect enterprise data?
  • How is identity and access management defining the new security perimeter?
  • With so many organizations struggling to manage identities within applications, what are some best practices that you can share that helps your team lower costs and risks? 
    • What are some of the other data management best practices have helped drive success?
  • What are the key benefits of SSO for an organization?
    • Does it effectively cut costs? Improve productivity?
  • With regards to the cloud and data, does identity management training equal security awareness?

IT Transformation is the New Normal

  • How does your team build a road map to drive long-term business initiatives? 
    • How does your team turn InfoSec into a value added product?
  • What are some best practices for a successful incident response plan? 
    • How do you deal with issues such as loyalty and winning customers back after the breach?
  • How important is it to build a flexible organization that is innovative and not reactive?
  • How to address and overcome the major barriers hampering the success of your mobile integration strategy?
  • What are some best practices with regards to aligning risk management to business priorities?
  • What major IT security changes (i.e. data use, app development practices, hosting) have occurred in the past couple of years? What is driving these changes?
Chief Information Officer Membership

Argyle Executive Forum’s Chief Information Officer Membership currently represents the senior IT executives from over 600 mid cap (annual revenue $100m – $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

Ready, Set, Innovate

  • As a leader, how are you fostering and driving innovation within the IT space?  
    • How has innovation helped drive efficiency and productivity throughout your organization’s business processes?
    • What are some challenges you’ve encountered in your attempts to drive innovation or build an innovative culture? 
  • What new technologies will have the biggest impact on your business in the year ahead? 
    • Are your devices helping to create a streamlined organization that thrives on mission-critical content, or are they creating more document access headaches?
  • How do your customers prefer to engage with your organization given the emergence of digital channels like social, mobile, etc.?  
    • How has this shifted in recent years, and how has your team helped the organization realign to this new environment?
  • What role does the customer play in driving innovation within the organization? 
  • How is your team managing the inundation of available data and helping the organization harness data to translate into customer insights?
    • What challenges have you encountered in terms of creating workable analytics and measuring the success of digital channels? 
  • Looking to the future, what will the most innovative companies do next? What are your priorities with regards to driving innovation in coming years?

Is There Even an IT New Normal?


  • Discussing the major IT advancements (i.e. mobile devices, app development practices, hosting) that have occurred in the past couple of years and the drivers behind these developments
  • How to address and overcome the major barriers hampering the success of your mobile integration strategy
  • Protecting business data from the device to the data center and the cloud in a BYOD world 
    • Managing and enforcing security policy in a BYOD world
    • What issues do mobile devices present and how are IT departments responding to them?
  • How important is it to build a flexible organization around the cloud that is innovative and not reactive?
  • How does your team build a road map to drive long-term business initiatives?

Crossing the Intersection Where Cloud and Mobility Meet

  • Top challenges that are inherent to business growth within the mobile and cloud space 
    • How are CIOs preparing for these challenges and easing their teams through the growing pains?
  • How to deliver a seamless customer journey across multiple channels while still meeting corporate financial demands
    • Breaking down silos and partnering with the CMO and marketing team
  • Leveraging real-time data to enrich the customer experience, drive ROI and accelerate business growth
  • Which new mobile devices will remain viable tools for business users?
  • What are the key benefits of cloud communications for a business? 
    • How can it improve internal communication?
    • How can it improve customer communication?
  • Can the cloud make it easier for organizations to provide a consistent customer experience even when different organizations are responsible for different aspects of customer communications?

The Perfect Security Storm: Managing Data and the Cloud for Better Business

  • What is the future of relational systems? Are they meeting the demand of today’s high-volume data driven online world?
  • How are organizations predicting customer behavior, and are there any initiatives surrounding recommendation, personalization etc.?
  • What is driving this influx of companies moving towards the internet to compete and stay relevant?
  • How has big data transformed the way in which companies need to evaluate their IT standards?
  • What major infrastructure changes have occurred in the past couple of years and what's driving these changes?
  • Exploring the gap between security training and security awareness with regards to the cloud and data
  • Current trends observed in the industry, especially surrounding new customer acquisition
    • Is the delivery of new features dependent on cost?
  • What is your firm’s policy on social media use by employees, and how does your IT department handle the increased security risks posed by employee use of social media sites?

Revamping the CIO/CMO Partnership

  • Bridging the gap between the IT and marketing departments
  • Establishing a common language to improve collaboration
  • Aligning objectives and working towards common business goals
  • Integrating marketing and IT systems to leverage big data
  • Utilizing more of the data that is available across the enterprise to drive results and growth
  • The challenges and opportunities that both CIOs and CMOs are facing on the path towards establishing a more customer-centric organization
  • Collaborative Innovation to drive business outcomes, increase ROI and transform the business
Chief Marketing Officer Membership

Argyle Executive Forum’s CMO Membership currently represents the marketing leadership from over 1000 mid cap (revenue between $100m – $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

Customer Engagement in a Hyper-Connected World

  • Understanding the evolution of the customer and the new brand dialogue in today’s hyper-connected world
    • How are brands adapting to this customer-centric dynamic and best facilitating customer engagement?
    • Understanding audience fragmentation and the multitude of channels being utilized by customers throughout their decision process
  • Consumer expectations driving innovative marketing
    • Continually striving for innovation to distinguish your brand from the competition
    • What creative innovations are driving results? What brands are leading the charge?
  • Utilizing the available channels in today’s technologically advanced world to engage with customers through all available touch points
    • Delivering the most tailored, personalized content at these touch points
    • Connecting emotionally with customers and earning their trust to drive brand loyalty
  • How to facilitate the intersection of traditional marketing and newer digital techniques
    • Best practices in aligning new marketing channels and technologies with tried and true techniques for the greatest possible impact

Leveraging Content Marketing to Drive Value

  • Understanding the growing importance of content marketing in today’s customer-centric world
    • Addressing customers’ heightened expectations for tailored, relevant, valuable content
  • Evaluating the types of interactions and content your customers prefer
    • Segmenting your customer base, understanding their preferences, and mapping marketing efforts accordingly
  • Delivering the most tailored, personalized content at all touch points to drive customer engagement
  • Exploring the most innovative channels and technologies to communicate with your customers
  • Organizing your team to create, execute and measure content marketing efforts most effectively
  • How to measure and demonstrate the ROI from these efforts to the executive team

Catering to the Multi Touchpoint Customer

  • How are marketers creating a more holistic view of customers across channels in real time?
    • Can you share some examples? What challenges are you encountering in building a thorough, real-time view of your customers? 
  • How are marketers leveraging this customer information to create personalized interactions that drive revenue?
    • Leveraging data to better tailor every interaction with each customer 
    • Best practices in creating complementary touch points and how to track and integrate these across channels
  • Best practices in cross channel data connection and activation
    • How far along is your organization on the maturity curve?
    • Challenges encountered, success stories
  • Understanding the modern consumer’s privacy concerns
    • How are the best brands building a transparent, trustworthy image?
    • How are marketers helping customers understand that tracking their interactions will help brands improve their experience?

Buyer 2.0: The New Customer Dynamic for B2B Marketers

  • Ensuring that the entire organization understands your current customer, as opposed to your customer 5-10 years ago
    • Spending the time to research and understand your modern customer
    • Marketing’s role as educator within the organization Addressing generational shifts on the buyer side
    • How does your modern customer want to engage?
    • Has your organization built out the channels & capabilities to support these new preferences? What challenges have you encountered? Catering to different generations within the customer base
    • How to reach the different types of customers successfully
    • How to educate and empower the sales team to connect with this new, diverse group Establishing the brand as a thought leader
    • How is your marketing team working to establish the brand’s credibility before the customer interacts with your company directly?

The Modern Digital CMO

  • How has digital transformed the role of the CMO? How does the modern CMO fit into the management team?
  • Understanding marketing’s transformation into a data driven science
    • Being the catalyst to help your marketing organization make this transition
    • Scrutinizing how investments into certain channels are driving results and using that knowledge to better target your spending
    • Utilizing new measurement tools to demonstrate the value of marketing within the organization
  • How has digital transformed the way in which CMO’s structure their teams?
    • What new positions have become necessary? How are these new roles being defined?
  • How is digital affecting the CMO’s agenda?
    • Strategy, resources, finance, decision making, technology choices
  • How will the role of the CMO continue to evolve in the future? 

Building an Effective Omnichannel Strategy to Drive Value

  • Omnichannel: what does it mean for your organization? Who owns it?
    • How far along is your organization on the omnichannel maturity curve? 
  • How is your team organized manage and drive accountability surrounding the omnichannel customer experience?•
  • How are marketers managing cross-function collaboration to support their organization’s omnichannel strategy?o
    • What teams collaborate to deliver the omnichannel experience? I.e. IT, marketing, operations, supply chain, eCommerce, etc.
  • How are you measuring the ROI of your omnichannel strategy? What challenges have you encountered?
    • Tracking and measuring within individual channels vs. measuring cross channel interactions 
  • How are you leveraging customer data to better target cross channel interactions?

Leadership Speaks: Mobile Marketing

  • Discussing the shift to mobile
    • Has your organization addressed the shift in consumer behavior away from traditional devices towards mobile devices?
    • How far along is your organization in creating an exceptional mobile experience for your customers? What challenges have you encountered?
  • Best practices and challenges encountered surrounding measuring the ROI of your mobile efforts
  • How has the marketing team evolved over the past 5+ years to adapt to the mobile customer? How is your team organized to manage your mobile efforts?
  • How is your team going about building a unified view of your customer across screens and devices?
  • Best practices for facilitating the intersection of traditional marketing and newer digital channels like mobile
Corporate Development & Strategy Membership

Argyle Executive Forum’s Corporate Development Membership currently represents the deal-making and strategy leadership from over 1000 mid cap (annual revenue $100m – $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

The Modern Day Dealmaker

  • What does the modern day dealmaker skill set look like?
    • How has this changed in the past few years
  • How are you recruiting and retaining the best talent around these skills?
  • How do you build the skills of the team that you have in place to execute for the future?
  • Where does corporate development best fit within a corporation – reporting to the CFO, CEO, or Corporate Head of Strategy?
    • What factors impact such a diversity of structure?

Best Practices for Integration

  • Strategies to maximize contribution of acquired company to bottom line growth of parent
  • Pros and cons of tying incentives to success of the deal over time vs. at closing
  • How early should integration team be involved in the deal?
  • How to successfully integrate existing management of acquired company into parent
  • What are the metrics used to determine the success of an acquisition?

The Role of Corporate Development in an Organization

  • What we’ve learned and what lessons we can take with us into the coming year
  • Offense vs. defense”- how the role of the corporate development professional changes from periods of recession to periods of growth
  • Measuring the ROI of M&A- how has your organization measured ROI in the past? Has the recession changed any of those measurements?

The Role of Divestitures in Today’s Environment

  • Analyzing the strategic and financial objectives of your portfolio- when and what to divest
  • Deciding to divest- the internal decision making process
  • Considerations on purchasing a business in a divestitures process- the buyer’s and seller’s perspective
  • Asset valuations- finding the common ground

Cross Border Deals and Emerging Markets

  • Unique characteristics of cross border deals- due diligence requirements and the management of risk, timeliness and reputation
  • How attractive are emerging markets? Is now a good time to look abroad to capture market growth?
  • New sources of geographic competition
  • What can we take from our cumulative experiences as they relate to emerging market growth?

Unconventional Corporate Development

  • The role of joint ventures and strategic alliances in your organization
  • When do you choose unconventional forms of M&A over a traditional merger or acquisition strategy?
  • The advantages and disadvantages of unconventional M&A
  • Exiting from a joint venture or strategic alliance- how to successfully cut ties
Customer Experience Membership

Argyle Executive Forum's Customer Experience Membership represents Chief Customer and Experience Officers, as well as EVPs, SVPs, VPs, heads and directors of customer experience, customer care, client support & service from over 850 mid cap (revenue between $100m - $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

Delivering an Exceptional Omnichannel Customer Experience

  • Best practices and challenges encountered with regards to providing seamless and consistent service across channels
    • Driving customer retention through brand consistency across all channels that customers are accessing 
  • Utilizing mobile as a feedback, analysis, and engagement channel to personalize and improve the customer experience in real time
  • Leveraging different channels to reach and interact with customers in different scenarios
  • Breaking down internal silos to ensure brand consistency across all channels
  • Best practices and challenges encountered in measuring the success of your omnichannel strategy
  • How does the call center fit into your organization’s omnichannel strategy? 

Building a Customer-Centric Culture

  • Transforming business culture and creating a customer centric enterprise
  • Evaluating what is most important to the customer and building the business strategy accordingly
  • How are customer care executives measuring customer experience?
    • What are the top challenges encountered? What are some best practices?
  • How can companies strengthen their everyday customer experience model to ensure that a crisis doesn’t disturb the business
  • The importance of aligning organizational culture to the customer
  • How to engage with employees and incentivize them to deliver great customer experiences
  • Best practices with regards to customer acquisition, retention and profitability 

Engaging with Customers in Real-Time Through Social Media 

  • Utilizing social media to connect and engage with customers in today's global marketplace
  • Leveraging social channels to drive meaningful, personalized interactions with your customers
    • Delivering content and social interactions that actively engages with customers
  • Managing online customer feedback to better monitor and respond to customer feedback 
    • The new dynamic: understanding the power that the customer has over the brand 
    • How to mitigate these new risks and how to transform the live feedback into an asset
  • Developing a formalized social roadmap: where to start, challenges encountered, best practices
  • Leveraging social data to track behaviors and drive sales

Leveraging Data to Maximize the Customer Experience

  • Building a data-driven customer care team
    • Creating new data expert roles within the team to manage call resolution, customer satisfaction, and customer retention data
  • Creating an organizational infrastructure that not only supports the collection of data but also sets in place a process to analyze and translate the data into valuable insights 
    • Challenges encountered, best practices
  • Collaborating with HR to attract and retain the right talent to sustain a data adept team 
    • How to provide existing employees and leaders with the proper technical training 
  • How can customer care teams capitalize on the exponentially growing customer data generated across channels to identify cost saving and revenue boosting opportunities?
    • Communicating this value to the executive team
General Counsel Membership

Argyle Executive Forum’s General Counsel Membership currently represents the legal leadership from over 1000 mid cap (revenue between $100m – $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

The General Counsel’s Growing Strategic Role

  • How has the role of the GC evolved over the last few years?
    • Specifically, in what ways is the GC playing a larger role in the strategic growth and direction of the company?
  • How is the GC’s role transforming given recent changes within the regulatory environment?
    • How are GCs preparing for the next era of regulatory change? How can GCs prepare their teams for these changes?
  • How are GCs utilizing technological advancements to benefit their teams?
  • A look at the relationship between the General Counsel and other C-level executives
  • Lessons learned and leading practices on developing a collaborative relationship and enhancing communications with the Board while managing risk exposure to the organization
  • Maximizing and aligning the value of the legal department and function with the overall goals of the company

Adapting to the Modern Regulatory, Compliance and Legal Landscape

  • What are the key regulatory trends that GCs are facing?
  • How are GCs adapting to and keeping up with the constantly changing regulatory and compliance landscape?
  • Red flags to consider when designing an effective compliance program
  • Maintaining compliance with FCPA and other international anti-corruption statutes
  • Best practices and lessons learned with regards to effectively managing a legal department spread out across multiple countries
  • Discussing what’s next: predictions on how the regulatory landscape will continue to evolve and how to best prepare 

Leadership Speaks: The GC’s Role within M&A, Divestitures & Strategic Alliances

  • The GC’s role as owner of due diligence
    • Best practices and lessons learned with regards to due diligence in evaluating and negotiating bad purchases
  • Examining and analyzing the legal implications of cross-border transactions
    • To what extent do cultural differences play a part in cross border deal outcomes? 
    • How to anticipate and prepare for the new dynamics that emerge post deal
  • The GC’s role within the organization’s cost-benefit analysis of acquisitions
  • How are GCs collaborating with other executives to protect the corporate reputation during growth periods?
  • Best practices and challenges encountered with regards to planning ahead and predicting the implications of an acquisition to the company
  • The growing importance of innovation within the M&A environment
    • How to enable growth despite economic challenges such as reduced liquidity

Driving Efficiency during Litigation

  • What are the biggest initial challenges that GCs face at the start of a litigation case?
    • How have these challenges evolved over the past 5 years?
  • What are some best practices for managing costs during litigation? How are GCs driving efficiency?
  • How has e-discovery impacted the way in which General Counsels manage their budget and legal expenses? 
    • What are some of the top challenges encountered and lessons learned with regards to e-discovery?
  • How can the in-house team and outside counsel work together to avoid ethical concerns within the e-discovery space?
  • When ethical concerns arise, what is your process for evaluating and responding to these issues? 
    • Which other key executives do you collaborate with or consult?

Legal Implications of New Technology

  • How are the General Counsel and the Chief Information Officer collaborating in your organization?
    • How has this relationship evolved over the past 5+ years?
  • Navigating the new digital landscape and the subsequent data and security issues that have emerged
    • How are GCs and legal teams collaborating with the CIO & IT team to protect the organization from cyber security issues?
  • What new tools and technologies are you and your team leveraging to drive efficiency?
  • What is the GCs role within the organization’s collection and analysis of data? 
    • How are GCs managing data to meet business, legal, and regulatory objectives?
    • What are some of the challenges that your organization has encountered with regards to the proliferation of data? What role has the legal team played in addressing these challenges?
  • With regards to e-discovery, how are GCs evaluating risk and areas of weakness that could be attacked at trial? 
Human Capital Membership

Argyle Executive Forum’s Human Capital Membership currently represents the HR leadership from over 850 mid cap (revenue between $100m – $1b) and large cap (revenue greater than $1b) organizations.

Topic imperatives the membership is currently discussing include but are not limited to:

Outlook on the HR Function and the Role of the HR Executive

  • How is today’s HR executive acting as a change agent to create a common vision within the organization? 
    • Best practices and challenges encountered surrounding the creation of a results driven common vision
  • In what ways are you working to align the whole organization to a new people strategy?
  • How important is the alignment of talent with the business through partnerships across the C-suite?
  • What mechanisms can HR leverage to motivate employees to perform and effectively impact corporate culture?
  • As HR leaders, how can we create a high performance culture that supports business strategy implementation?
  • As HR Executives continue to play a bigger role on the executive team, what is the biggest way in which you hope to make a difference in your business?

Emerging Technologies Revolutionizing HR

  • What new technologies are you leveraging to modernize your HR organization?
    • How have these technologies helped you better align HR with the business to drive results?
  • How can HR executives utilize mobile and social tools to manage recruiting efforts, benefits, feedback, talent management, etc.?
  • How are workforce and predictive analytics changing the way HR executives make decisions?
    • Are these tools impacting your bottom line? If so, how are you sharing these results with the executive team?
    • If not, what challenges are you encountering?
  • What new skillsets and competencies are modern HR executives adopting to better leverage these emerging technologies?
  • How are you using data to make decisions and build strategic business objectives?
  • How can collaboration between the HR and IT teams increase the return of your technology investments?

Developing, Engaging, and Empowering Your Workforce

  • Top challenges HR executives face with regards to organizational culture and employee engagement
  • How is the HR team communicating with employees to determine what they want and need from their manager and employer?  
    • Challenges encountered, lessons learned
    • Has this communication helped drive employee efficiency?
  • How are learning and development opportunities key to the success of your business? 
  • What are some of the latest trends emerging in the learning and development space?
    • How are you leveraging these tools to nurture leaders and drive engagement within the organization?
  • How are you measuring the effectiveness of training initiatives and new learning opportunities?

Recruiting and Maintaining Top Talent within the Organization  

  • How can HR professionals create a top brand as an employer?
    • How are top employers communicating their organization as a brand to potential candidates?
  • How are HR executives utilizing technology to improve employee engagement and empowerment? 
    • How are you leveraging new tools to attract and engage new, digitally savvy candidates?
  • How are you engaging with all of the different generations in your workplace?
    • What challenges have you encountered, and how have you approached these?
  • Leveraging big data to develop a targeted, strategic workforce plan 
    • Discussing challenges encountered, where to start, best practices, etc. 
  • How are you balancing the need to attract a large pool of candidates (i.e. making it easier to apply and humanizing the experience) with the need to be efficient and highly selective? 
  • Given the scarcity of top talent in certain fields, how can HR executives do a better job of "re-recruiting" our current employees and creating a culture that employees don’t want to leave?

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Chief Financial Officer Membership Advisors:

  • John Dysland
    Chief Financial Officer
    Woodrow Wilson Center
  • Brian Fiedler
    Former VP Finance
    Canadian Tire
  • Anthony Giugliano
    Chief Financial Officer
    Partnership for New York City
  • Ray Henger
    CFO
    OwnEnergy
  • Kevin Kilkelly
    Assistant Treasurer
    Pall Corporation
  • Richard Li
    VP, Assistant Treasurer
    Moody's
  • Michael Morack
    Controller U.S. & Bermuda
    Merck & Co., Inc.
  • Jeffrey Rohr
    Former Vice-Chairman and Chief Financial Officer
    Deloitte
  • Lyon Roth
    CFO
    Yarotek
  • Susan Uthayakumar
    Chief Financial Officer
    Schneider Electric

Chief Marketing Officer Membership Advisors:

  • Diana Chan
    Vice President, Marketing & Innovation at Bard Canada
    C.R. Bard, Inc.
  • Alan Colberg
    Executive Vice President - Marketing & Business Development
    Assurant Solutions
  • Kate Hutchison
    Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President
    Polycom
  • Jose Luis Marin
    Senior Vice President of Marketing & Member Services
    PriceSmart Inc.
  • Laurin McCracken
    Chief Marketing Officer
    Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Eric Waller
    Chief Marketing Officer
    Health Management Associates, Inc.

Chief Information Officer Membership Advisors:

  • Clay Johnson
    Vice President of Information Technology
    Boeing Co.
  • Jeff Kubacki
    Senior Vice President & CIO
    ATK
  • Carole McCluskey
    Chief Technology Officer
    Outerwall
  • Vivek Shaiva
    Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer
    La Quinta
  • Stuart Silberg
    Chief Technology Officer
    Expedia, Inc.

Customer Care Membership Advisors:

  • Renee Cacchillo
    Vice President of Service Delivery
    Safelite AutoGlass
  • Erwin Furukawa
    Senior Vice President of Customer Service
    Southern California Edison Co.
  • Tom Karinshak
    Senior Vice President, Customer Experience
    Comcast
  • Penny Sanchez
    Vice President, Customer Experience
    AmeriGroup Corporation
  • Carol Wise
    Vice President, Customer Service
    Starbucks Coffee Company

General Counsel Membership Advisors:

  • Rich Baer
    Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer
    UnitedHealth
  • Janet Dhillon
    SVP & General Counsel
    J.C. Penney Company
  • Alan Kreczko
    Executive Vice President and General Counsel
    The Hartford
  • Denise McWatters
    Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary
    Holly Energy Partners
  • Marschall Smith
    Senior Vice President, Legal Affairs and General Counsel
    3M Co.
  • Steve Zipperstein
    Former General Counsel
    Verizon Wireless

Human Capital Membership Advisors:

  • Etty Burk
    Chief Learning & Talent Officer - Vice President, Human Resources
    Continuum Health Partners, Inc.
  • Lysa Dahlin
    Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Organizational Effectiveness
    Comcast
  • Leilani Gayles
    Chief People Officer
    San Francisco Giants
  • Ryland Harrelson
    Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resource Officer
    TSYS
  • Mayerland Harris
    Group Vice President, Human Resources
    H. E. Butt Grocery Company
  • Michael Head
    Senior Vice President, Human Resources
    Southern Wine & Spirits
  • Kevin Henry
    CHRO
    Lance, Inc.
  • Janet Hogan
    Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer
    Harsco Corporation
  • Brett Hooper
    Senior Vice President Human Resources
    JDS Uniphase Corporation
  • Katya Laviolette
    Corporate Vice President of Human Resources
    Transcontinental
  • Sandra Lueders
    VP, Human Resources & Development
    Vantage West Credit Union
  • Donna Miller
    Vice President-Human Resources
    Chaparral Energy
  • Laurinda Pang
    Chief Human Resources Officer
    Level 3
  • Rick Pollak
    Chief Talent Officer
    STV Group, Inc.
  • Martha Soehren
    Senior Vice President and Chief Learning Officer
    Comcast
  • Joe Wegener
    Vice President Human Resources
    Core-Mark Holding Company, Inc.
  • Karen Weisz
    Vice President of Human Resources & Corporate Services for Standard Insurance Co
    StanCorp Financial Group Inc.
  • Lisa Zankman
    SVP Human Resources
    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Kevin Zhang
    Director, Corporate HR Programs
    Interpublic Group
Featured Members
Marie Floyd

Marie Floyd

SVP, Digital Customer Experience
Wells Fargo & Company
Featured in:
2017 Customer Experience Leadership Forum (San Francisco)


Ling Shao

Ling Shao

National VP, Client Solutions
Optum
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Rachael McBrearty

Rachael McBrearty

Chief Creative
Cisco
Featured in:
2017 CMO Forum: B2B Marketing in the Digital Era (San Francisco)


Katherine Fithen

Katherine Fithen

Former Chief Privacy Officer
The Coca-Cola Company
Featured in:
2017 Chief Information Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Mark Bornstein

Mark Bornstein

VP, Content Marketing
ON24
Featured in:
2017 CMO Forum: B2B Marketing in the Digital Era (San Francisco)


Jennifer Osbon

Jennifer Osbon

Professor, Digital & Social Marketing
University of Georgia
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Jo Mackness

Jo Mackness

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
UC Berkeley
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Arthur Harvey

Arthur Harvey

VP & Chief Information Officer
Boston Medical Center
Featured in:
2017 Information Technology & Security Forum (Boston)


Mindy Geisser

Mindy Geisser

Chief People Services Officer
Savers
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Aviral Singh

Aviral Singh

Brand Building Leader
Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Tara Sharp

Tara Sharp

Head of Marketing, Chief Marketing Officer
Sonic
Featured in:
2017 CMO Forum: B2B Marketing in the Digital Era (San Francisco)


John O'Rourke

John O'Rourke

VP of Product Marketing
OneStream
Featured in:
2017 Chief Financial Officer Leadership Forum: Fall Event (Chicago)


Frank DePaola

Frank DePaola

Cybersecurity Operations Leader
GE Appliances
Featured in:
2017 Information Technology & Security Forum (Boston)


Walt Sokoll

Walt Sokoll

Leader, U.S. Workday Practice
Deloitte
Featured in:
2017 HR Virtual Event: Recalculating the Route with People Analytics (Virtual Event)


Harry Feuerstein

Harry Feuerstein

President
Merryck & Co
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Michael Mettenheimer

Michael Mettenheimer

VP of Security and Privacy Solutions
Oracle
Featured in:
2017 Information Technology & Security Leadership Lunch: Being Prepared Yesterday to Protect the Business Tomorrow (Boston)


Miya Maysent

Miya Maysent

VP, Talent Development and Diversity
JCPenney
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Dallas)


Michael Buchanan

Michael Buchanan

Professor, Digital Marketing
Georgia Tech
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Michael Whitmire

Michael Whitmire

CEO
FloQast
Featured in:
2017 Chief Financial Officer Leadership Forum: Fall Event (Chicago)


Gary Davis

Gary Davis

VP, Global Consumer Marketing
Mcafee
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Carl Luckenbill

Carl Luckenbill

Chief Learning Officer
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Samir Saini

Samir Saini

Chief Information Officer
City of Atlanta Government
Featured in:
2017 Chief Information Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Laura Lazarczyk

Laura Lazarczyk

SVP & Associate General Counsel
Zurich Insurance
Featured in:
2017 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum (Chicago)


Mathew Sweezey

Mathew Sweezey

Principal Marketing Insights
Salesforce Marketing Cloud
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Vanessa Abrahams-John

Vanessa Abrahams-John

Head of Global Diversity & Inclusion, Talent Acquisition
Praxair
Featured in:
2017 HR Think Tank: Transforming HR in the New Workplace (New York)


Dave Rogers

Dave Rogers

Head of Customer Optimization Analytics
Ancestry
Featured in:
2017 Leadership in Big Data & Analytics Forum (Chicago)


Bruce Daise

Bruce Daise

VP, Deputy General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer
H&R Block
Featured in:
2017 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum (Chicago)


Julie Hakim

Julie Hakim

VP, Finance and Administration
Lundbeck
Featured in:
2017 Chief Financial Officer Leadership Forum: Fall Event (Chicago)


Kelly Freitas

Kelly Freitas

Senior Director Digital Customer Experience and Research
VSP
Featured in:
2017 Customer Experience Leadership Forum (San Francisco)


Rajiv Kumar

Rajiv Kumar

Chief Medical Officer and President of Virgin Pulse Institute
Virgin Pulse
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Dallas)


Christine Watts

Christine Watts

Chief Enterprise Architect
University of Chicago Medicine
Featured in:
2017 Leadership in Big Data & Analytics Forum (Chicago)


Linda Valdez Thompson

Linda Valdez Thompson

Executive VP of Administration and Diversity
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Dallas)


Lynn Skoczelas

Lynn Skoczelas

Chief Experience Officer
Sharp HealthCare
Featured in:
2017 Customer Experience Leadership Forum (San Francisco)


Ahu Yildirmaz

Ahu Yildirmaz

Head of ADP Research Institute, and VP, Market Insights & Analytics
ADP
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Dallas)


Michelangelo D'Agostino

Michelangelo D'Agostino

Head of Data Science
ShopRunner
Featured in:
2017 Leadership in Big Data & Analytics Forum (Chicago)


Peter Isaacson

Peter Isaacson

Chief Marketing Officer
Demandbase
Featured in:
2017 CMO Forum: B2B Marketing in the Digital Era (San Francisco)


Mark Ohringer

Mark Ohringer

Executive VP, Global General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Jones Lang LaSalle
Featured in:
2017 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum (Chicago)


Andee Harris

Andee Harris

Chief Engagement Officer
HighGround
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Dallas)


Audrey Charles

Audrey Charles

VP, Human Resources
Lam Research Corporation
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Karalyn Smith

Karalyn Smith

SVP of Human Resources
Sephora
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Lauri Lipka

Lauri Lipka

VP, Human Resources, APA Region and Global Programs
AGCO Corp.
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Tony Morrison

Tony Morrison

Executive VP, Chief Financial Officer
Integrity Payment Systems
Featured in:
2017 Chief Financial Officer Leadership Forum: Fall Event (Chicago)


Rick Kamal

Rick Kamal

Chief Technology Officer
Harvard Business School
Featured in:
2017 Information Technology & Security Forum (Boston)


Shonodeep Modak

Shonodeep Modak

Chief Marketing Officer, Industrial Solutions
GE Energy Connections
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Vinay Bassi

Vinay Bassi

SVP, Corporate Development
Nielsen
Featured in:
2017 Leadership in Corporate Divestitures and Acquisitions: Fall Event (New York)


Davina Mazaroli

Davina Mazaroli

VP, People Continuity
Anheuser-Busch
Featured in:
2017 HR Think Tank: Transforming HR in the New Workplace (New York)


Curtis Brooks

Curtis Brooks

Assistant VP, Leadership and Professional Development
Nationstar Mortgage
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Dallas)


Mercedes Draffin

Mercedes Draffin

Corporate VP, Strategy and Planning - Enterprise Technology
New York Life
Featured in:
2017 Chief Information Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Angela Santone

Angela Santone

Executive VP and Global Chief Human Resources Officer
Turner Broadcasting
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Colleen Kearney

Colleen Kearney

Deputy General Counsel and VP
1-800-Flowers.com
Featured in:
2017 Leadership in Corporate Divestitures and Acquisitions: Fall Event (New York)


Mark Standefer

Mark Standefer

Associate General Counsel
Essendant
Featured in:
2017 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum (Chicago)


Cara Capretta

Cara Capretta

VP, HCM Transformation Practice
Oracle
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Karen Eber

Karen Eber

Chief Learning Officer
GE Energy
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Paul Sonderegger

Paul Sonderegger

Big Data Strategist
Oracle
Featured in:
2017 HR Breakfast: Building a Successful Business Foundation with Data Capital (San Francisco)


Lisa Sullivan-Cross

Lisa Sullivan-Cross

Chief Marketing Officer
Art.com
Featured in:
2017 Customer Experience Leadership Forum (San Francisco)


Adam Zimmerman

Adam Zimmerman

VP, Marketing
Atlanta Braves
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Karen Thornton

Karen Thornton

Chief Administrative Officer
FTS International
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Dallas)


Mark Jaeger

Mark Jaeger

SVP, Human Resources, General Counsel & Secretary
Jockey International
Featured in:
2017 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum (Chicago)


Rachelle Dever

Rachelle Dever

Head of Guest Experience
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
Featured in:
2017 Chief Marketing Officer Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Allison Allen

Allison Allen

VP, Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Talent Engagement
Oath
Featured in:
2017 HR Think Tank: Transforming HR in the New Workplace (New York)


Paul Pastrone

Paul Pastrone

VP, Global Talent Management
Lenovo
Featured in:
2017 CHRO Leadership Forum: Redefining HR as the Business Partner (San Francisco)


Stephen Fioretti

Stephen Fioretti

VP, Product Management
Oracle
Featured in:
2017 Customer Experience Leadership Forum (San Francisco)


Patrick Sheller

Patrick Sheller

SVP, General Counsel and Secretary
Mead Johnson Nutrition
Featured in:
2017 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum (Chicago)


Catherine Jefferson

Catherine Jefferson

Chief People Officer
The Krystal Company
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


Dan Kimball

Dan Kimball

SVP, Marketing
Eventbrite
Featured in:
2017 CMO Forum: B2B Marketing in the Digital Era (San Francisco)


Ed Flowers

Ed Flowers

SVP & Chief People Officer
World Kitchen
Featured in:
2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum (Atlanta)


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