The CFO Playbook On Human Capital: The CFO's Guide to HR Technology Investments
Date: Mon, Jan 27, 2014
Time: 02:00 P.M. ET
Duration: 1 hour
About CFO Playbook
CFO Playbook is a series of educational Webcasts, eBooks and events, aimed at providing you with practical knowledge and insights from your peers.
Faced with an ever-expanding number of human-capital tools and technologies, CFOs are understandably unsure of their next moves. Of course they want the benefits of the best and the brightest systems, but they also need to look out for the bottom line.
In order to make the best investments in human resources (HR), CFOs must work closely with experts within and outside their organizations. They must consider their organizations' goals first and then align these goals with technology, rather than investing and then realizing down the road that these technologies are not the right fit.
Today's human-capital technology tools offer unparalleled access to insights and expertise on hiring, performance, training and education. But how can you determine which tools are right for you and your bottom line?
This Webcast will explore:
- New HR technology developments and what they mean for your company;
- The opportunities that new tools can bring to your company's hiring, employee performance, training and education;
- Why the CFO needs to be involved in the HR-technology investment decision;
- Whom you should talk to within your organization to make the best investment choices possible; and
- What you need to ask when choosing a vendor.
About the Panelists
Derek Beebe, Senior Consultant, HR and Talent Management Practice, Towers Watson
Derek Beebe is a senior consultant with Towers Watson's HR and Talent Management practice. In this role, Derek is responsible for the management, strategic direction and growth of Towers Watson's HR and Talent Management solutions in the Americas.
Over the past 15 years, Derek has been involved in almost every aspect of HR technology, with a specific focus on compensation planning and holistic talent management. Prior to joining Towers Watson, Derek held various development, product management, marketing and sales leadership roles within best-of-breed talent management software organizations. Derek also spent ten years with Hewlett-Packard in various finance, manufacturing and marketing roles. He holds a Bachelors of Business Administration degree from Loyola Marymount.
Juan Gaitán, Senior Vice President, Global Business Development and Marketing, MSH Group
In his role as senior vice president of global business development and marketing with MSH Group, Juan Gaitán oversees all growth initiatives across the group, in addition to business development, strategic partnerships, marketing, mergers, acquisitions and international operations.
Prior to joining MSH Group, Juan served as a managing director of a global professional services firm, where he led expansion efforts throughout the world, as well as marketing, communications and strategic partnerships. His earlier experience also includes work with FedEx Corporation in human resources, recruiting and change management.
Richard Johnson, Associate Professor, School of Business, University at Albany, State University of New York
Richard Johnson is an associate professor of management at the School of Business at the University at Albany, State University of New York. His recent articles include studies on e-learning and gender, e-commerce and e-learning effectiveness. Professor Johnson received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.
Randy Mysliviec, President and CEO, RTM Consulting
Acknowledged by industry sources as an expert in global resource management, Randy Mysliviec is president and CEO of RTM Consulting. Prior to establishing RTM Consulting, Randy was senior vice president of consulting and professional services with the outsourcer Convergys, where he successfully managed and grew a multi-hundred-million-dollar business with more than 1,600 employees in 31 countries across six continents.
Randy began his career at IBM, where he held a variety of sales, marketing and general management roles. He is a founding member of the Technology Professional Services Association (which is now known as the Technology Services Industry Association, or TSIA) and served as a member of its advisory board. Randy is also a licensed instrument-rated private pilot.
About the Moderator
Celina Rogers, Vice President and Editorial Director, CFO Publishing
Celina Rogers is vice president and editorial director for CFO Publishing. In that capacity, she sets the editorial agenda for the company, including CFO magazine, CFO.com and CFO Research.
In her ten years with CFO Publishing, Celina has researched and written on a variety of topics in business and corporate finance, including performance management, information technology, regulation, corporate governance and strategic decision making. She is a frequent speaker in the United States and in Europe on finance and business topics.
Prior to joining CFO Research, Celina served as an associate at Ropes & Gray, a leading national law firm, and as managing editor on the Boston College Law Review. A graduate of Boston College Law School and Harvard University, Celina is based in Boston.