SMART

Self-Managed And Responsive Talent Programs

30 Sept 2021

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Virtual event for Procurement & Talent Acquisition Leaders managing their own internal programs in the Extended Workforce

This is a sponsored event for Enterprise only.  No general tickets available. Discover sponsorship.

Who should attend?

Join an exclusive an intimate group of 30+ Extended Workforce Leaders including Procurement, Talent Acquisition Leaders and Highly Vetted Sponsors as you collaborate on best practices in running a self-managed/internal extended workforce program. SMART offers real-time market intelligence & insights for Internal Extended Workforce Programs. The following Enterprise Leaders may join:

Indirect Procurement

Talent Acquisition

Program Operations

FREE Tickets

Tickets are totally free for this especially curated program of small group dialogues

Interactive Sessions

Lectures be gone! Dive deep during roundtables with Procurement and TA peers led by Sponsors

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program (ET)

1:50 Pre-event Networking
2:00 Insightful sharing of Program Landscapes
2:25 Roundtables

ROUNDTABLE #1

Vendor Neutrality: Effective or Outdated?

Discuss the impacts, benefits, & risks of stepping out of vendor neutrality. 

1. What are the benefits of vendor neutrality? How does it make operations challenging?
2. Positive outcomes of allowing manager contact. 
3. How far is too far? What are the triggers to pull back contact?

Jimmy Iannuzzi, VP and General Manager, nTech Workforce

ROUNDTABLE #2

Direct Sourcing

A dialogue on how to leverage Direct Sourcing Technologies with respect to candidate access, leveraging your brand, managing risks and cost savings.  

Connor Heaney, Managing Director, CXC


2:50 Polling and Break
3:00 Roundtables

ROUNDTABLE #3

Real-Time Talent

A dialogue on how Companies are deploying contractors faster without compromising quality and compliance.
 

Kevin Poll, VP of Sales, WillHire

ROUNDTABLE #4

Transformations in Total Talent Management Technologies: A 2021 Research Report

Many companies rely on outdated solutions designed for either traditional workers (talent acquisition solutions) or contingent workers (VMS), which creates a gap in capabilities and visibility into the entire workforce.

This session focuses on the findings of a report which will look at the role of technology in supporting the emergence of the contingent workforce using an extended workforce system.

Julie Scagell, Sr Content Manager, Utmost


3:30 Program concludes

*Timing and content subject to change.

Featured attendees

Geoff Abere

FINRA
Director of Contingent Workforce

Justen Barber

ServiceNow
Manager, Global Contingent Solutions

Nick Clagnaz

Broadridge Financial Solutions
Sr. Director, Talent Acquisition

Allen Clark

General Mills
Specialist, Contingent Workforce Management

Jennifer Crawford

BD
TA Program Manager, Contingent Workforce & Background Process

James Hong

Walmart
Global Product Owner | S2C | CWF | P2P

Chris Humes

HP
Manager, Global Continent Labor

Lauren Jerit

U.S. Cellular
Sr. Mgr. External Staffing & Vendor Relations

Kenneth Kerrigan

HCL Technologies
Global Procurement - Contingent Labor

Jeremy Kruse

CME Group
Manager, Contingent Labor

Scott Mannell

Bank of Montreal
Strategic Sourcing Manager

Nancy Maren

Northwestern Mutual
Assistant Director, Contingent Workforce

Angela Mikolaitis

ServiceNow
Director, Global Talent Operations

Lorna Pluto

Cision
Procurement Manager

Adam Schaffer

AIG
Category and Vendor Manager - Corporate Services

Sharon Schank

DHL
VMS Program Manager - Procurements

Anna Thomas

Twitter
Sr. Manager, Global Contingent Workforce Programs

Rashmi Tripathi

HCL Technologies
Associate Manager

Richard Wiskin

BMO Financial Group
CWM Lead

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