SMART Programs
Self-Managed And Responsive Talent Programs

Thursday, Apr 22, 2021

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Dialogue & Breakouts : 2:00 - 3:15 ET
One-on-One Meetings: 3:30 - 4:30 ET

FREE for Enterprise. Sponsors only.

Are you ready to pull your program in-house and have a truly “self-managed” program that leverages your brand and your company’s human resources?  Or… maybe you are already “in-house” and yearn for benchmarking and networking?

Who should attend?

SMART Programs offers real-time market intelligence & insights for Self-Managed Contingent Workforce Programs, or those exploring the opportunities and pitfalls of taking their CW Programs in-house.  Enterprise Buyers may register for SMART.

  • Indirect Procurement
  • Talent Acquisition/HR
  • Contingent Labor Program Manager

“I’m sure it will be a fantastic dialogue. You always do a great job at facilitating these meetings and making them entertaining and informative.”

Keynote

Meredith McGough

Spectrum
Sr. Director, Contingent Labor

Ashlee Gagstetter

Monument Consulting
Vice President

Insights into Implementing an Internal PMO

Learn all about Charter’s (now Spectrum’s) implementation as a case study.  Meredith and Ashlee will share the challenges encountered with setting up an internal PMO model and aligning responsibilities with the internal teams who would manage it.  Understand Spectrum’s challenges, successes and an update of where the program is today. 

Professional Facilitation

Focus on takeaways + action

60-minutes of 1:1 Meetings

5 meetings for efficient networking

FREE Tickets Available

Free for Buyers

Featured Attendees

Updated weekly

Alison Husted

Ricardo
HR Business Partner

Dean Bergen

Enbridge
Manager, SCM Contingent Labour & Consulting

Geoff Abere

FINRA
Program Director

James Hong

Walmart
Global Product Owner - Contingent Worker Solutions
Jesse Ryan

Jesse Ryan

Charter Communications
Project Manager

Jessica Wall

Sage Therapeutics
Associate Director, Talent Acquisition

Joelle Nelson-Achirica

NVIDIA
Global Contingent Workforce Program Manager

Julie Reiman

Charter Communications
Senior Manager Strategic Sourcing

Justin Thomas

American Chemical Society
Program Management Specialist

Kristen Pansing

Premier Inc.
Director, Contingent Workforce Management

Kristine Brosas

SunPower Corporation
Indirect Procurement and Commodity Management

Laurie Beaulieu

CVS Health
Director, Global Talent Management

Lisa Caprirolo

Citrix
Manager

Luz Silva

Safran
Director, Global Talent Management

Maureen Welsh

Spectrum
Director, Continent Labor

Mike Malyar

Dish Network
Staff Program Manager

Nancy Maren

Northwestern Mutual
Assistant Director, Contingent Workforce

Purvesh Shah

E*TRADE
Procurement and Strategic Sourcing

Sharon Schank

DHL
Program Manager - Supply Chain

Tony Gagliardi

Elekta
Head, Indirect Sourcing, Americas

Wendy Patience-OBrien

Intuitive Surgical
Sr. Program Manager, Contingent Workforce

Solution Providers

 

Ashlee Gagstetter

Monument Consulting
Vice President

Cheryl Tracz

Draper Jones
Solutions Achiever

Connor Heaney

CXC Global
Managing Director

Doug Cloutier

ACRO Service Corp
VP, Sales Operations & Government Solutions

Erika Novak

utmost
Head of Client Services

Farrah Assadi

Monument Consulting
Director of Business Development

Fayez Nathoo

March & McLennan
Global Talent Acquisition Leader

Karen Bruns

Draper Jones
Contingent Workforce Professional

Kevin Poll

WillHire
Global Head of Strategic Partnerships, D&I Champion

Program (ET)

 
 

2:00 Welcome, ClubVMSA

2:05 Keynote: Insights into Implementing an Internal PMO, Spectrum and Monument Consulting

2:25 Choose your Breakout - Round 1

BREAKOUT #1

SOW + Procurement

How to successfully manage SOW in your program, particularly in a self-managed model with heavy involvement from procurement

 Ashlee Gagstetter, Monument Consulting

BREAKOUT #2

Rise and Risk of Remote Work

Learn how to mitigate the tax implications of remote workers and embrace this new normal.

Connor Heaney, CXC

BREAKOUT #3

Overcome challenges of LI Hiring with Direct Sourcing

Enterprise hiring teams face many challenges today.  No shows, high turnover, difficulty filling shifts with a large volume of open positions, and highly competitive markets make it extremely difficult on hiring managers and program teams.  Learn how organizations are addressing these challenges through direct sourcing.

Kevin Poll, WillHire


2:45 Choose your Breakout - Round 2

BREAKOUT #1

Supplier Optimization

Compassion and cost effectiveness are not mutually exclusive in optimizing your supply base.  Here are  5 ways to maximize both.

Cheryl Tracz & Karen Bruns, Draper Jones

BREAKOUT #2

The Multi-channel Talent Supply Chain

Utilizing a multi-channel talent supply strategy including direct sourcing, IC compliance, and high volume roles during COVID and beyond

Alison Husted, HR Business Partner, Ricardo; Doug Cloutier, ACRO Service Corp

BREAKOUT #3

Foundational Total Talent Strategies

Moderated peer-led roundtable re: the initial steps to achieve total talent management. Topic areas will include total talent data, operational excellence for onboarding, program ownership, and organizational health. 

Erika Novak, Utmost


3:30 One-on-One Networking

4:30 Program Concludes

Upcoming Events

May 20, 2021

Enterprise Meetup by Glider. Host TBD. Sponsorships Availble.

November 18, 2021

Enterprise Meetup. Details to come later in year.

Professional Facilitators & Organizers

Jim Coughlin, ClubVMSA

Jeannine Parise, ClubVMSA

Enterprise

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