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Procurement & Talent Acquisition Executives gather to benchmark their extended workforce programs and uncover best practices to propel them forward.

Peer-led, small group dialogues about what is really going on with talent programs both big and small.

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Thursday Feb 8, 2024 Day 1 VISION

8:00 - 9:00 Breakfast

9:00 - 9:45 Introductions by Enterprise

Facilitated by Jim Coughlin @ Club VMSA

9:45 - 10:30 Keynote Speaker: Methodical Program Maturation

The pathways from a “Gen-0” program, to a fully optimized Extended Workforce Program. Take-aways include: a) things to consider as your program matures, b) lessons learned from maturing programs, and c) Best practices and benefits of mature programs.

Jim Gillespie, Contingent Workforce Consultant @ Monument Consulting

Rohan Dass, Director of Business Development @ Monument Consulting 

Joel Kammeyer, Director, Contingent Workforce @ Epiq

Ben Sian, TA Operations and Process Manager @ Zebra Technologies

Rebecca Akers, Director of Sourcing @ Fitch Group

Sponsored by Monument Consulting

10:30 - 11:00 AM Break

11:00 - 12:00 Breakouts

Bringing Diverse Candidates to the Workplace

Hear how this company is working with refugees, veterans, the “unhoused”, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ communities to find great talent.

Christopher Laux, Senior MSP Consultant @ Enterprise Solutions

Richard Keith, Talent Acquisition Operations Manager @ Keurig Dr. Pepper

Sponsored by Enterprise Solutions

Getting More with Less: How to Leverage the Supply Base to be Motivated to Produce Cost Savings and Improve Candidate Quality

In this breakout session, you will learn how to leverage the supply base and vendors so they’re motivated to produce and save you money.

Angela Westhead, Procurement Manager, Contingent Workforce & BPO @ Zendesk

Dani Crouch, Global Contingent Workforce Director @ Baker Hughes

Jimmy Iannuzzi, Vice President & General Manager @ nTech

Sponsored by nTech

No One Size Fits All

How the Dynamics of the MSP Support Model have changed over the years and what innovation looks like in the future.

Dahlia Mughrabi, Senior Labor Category Manager @ ExxonMobil

Chris Brower, Co-Founder and President @HireArt

Sponsored by HireArt

12:00 - 1:30 Lunch

Sponsored by Rang Technologies

1:30 - 2:15 Enterprise Working Mastermind Session

Experience the workings of how the ClubVMSA Mastermind takes shape.  Enterprise Buyers will have an opportunity to share questions among peers and get feedback on how other Enterprise Buyers solved similar challenges.

2:15 - 3:00 Breakouts

Rolling out an EOR/AOR Globally (AOR - Agent of Record for IC)

How to select your agent of record based on program size and requirements. Learn structuring requirements and scope, with and/or without an MSP.

Ernesto Garcia, Founder and CEO @ Gracemark

Ceaneh Alexis, Global Head Professional Services @ Aon

Using ALL Your Resources in a Global Program

Deep Bhalla, Contingent Workforce Program Leader @ Uber

Jon Beck, Founder & CEO @ Ursus

Sponsored by Ursus

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What Are The Reasons For...And What Would It Take… To Go In-House With Your Contingent Workforce Program

Patrick Ceant, HR Manager @ Marathon Oil Company

Cristina de la Cruz, VP of Sales @ Ursus

3:00 - 3:15 Break

3:15 - 4:00 Roundtables

“The Office” 2024

No, not a Steve Carrell reboot, given that the ship on “Return to the office” has sailed, the focus now becomes what will the The Office of 2024 look like and how that effects talent from both an acquisition and retention aspect for employees and contractors.

Tony Gagliardi, Head of Indirect Sourcing @ Elekta

Supplier Performance Management

Learn how to get Suppliers Optimized and doing what you want them to do. Data trends – extensive QBR’s – heavy on expectations. Quality over quantity. Vetting candidates – recruiter performance.

Shana Farnsworth, EWS Team Lead @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory

David Gershman, Senior VP of Sales and Business Development @ IntelliPro

CW Program Management During M&A Activity

Learn how to keep relationships and manage suppliers as you go through mergers and acquisitions. What to do, what not to do and how to get through it.

Ashley Wilson, Contingent Workforce Program Manager @ Splunk

Effectively Managing Internally Program

How to structure an internal team. How to get internal buying on the Internal Program vs. MSP. How to optimize for performance and savings.

Nancy Maren, Head of Contingent Workforce Management @ Allspring

Direct Sourcing & Direct Employment of Contingent Labor

Pamela Heuer, Senior Director, Extended Workforce @ ASPCA

Building Trust As We Move Towards Program/Supplier Maturity

Allen Chilson, Talent Acquisition Leader @ Danaher Corporation

5:00 - 7:00 All Hands Cocktail Reception

7:00 End of Day 1

Fri Feb 9, 2024 Day 2 VISION + CW Ops

8:00 - 9:00 Breakfast

9:00 - 9:30 Lessons Learned from Day 1

Enterprise procurement and talent acquisition attendees share insights and takeaways from Thursday, Feb 8.

9:30 - 10:30 Total Talent Management: Unlocking Value Across the Workforce Ecosystem

John Healy, Chief Executive @ Whrrr.work

UNMET OPPORTUNITY
While many organizations have taken steps towards total talent management, too often there is a sense that there is more that can be done.  Each actor within the ecosystem seeks growth and expanded opportunities, but too often increased value for one party means decreased value for another.  

MARKET READINESS
With the immense opportunities available through the advent of new technologies, alternative business models, and rapidly evolving consumer based expectations the entire ecosystem is poised to unlock both increased productivity and new forms of value.

HIGH TIDE RAISES ALL BOATS
Enterprise leaders responsible for workforce solutions along with the workforce technology and service providers that make up the broader ecosystem will come together to challenge the value of existing operating models supporting “total talent” to determine what points of friction can be overcome through collaboration and exponential thinking.

Walk aways…
One of the hallmarks of ClubVMSA events is engaging participants rather than listening to lectures.

In this workshop, we will use design thinking principles to experience the exponential impact that can be made when a broad set of members of an ecosystem come together to solve problems.  We will leverage the unique perspectives and collective knowledge of the Club VMSA attendees to better understand each other’s perspectives by dissecting four specific elements of many total talent programs – the MSP, Direct Sourcing, Gig/IC engagement, and the technology stack.

We will step away from our individual needs to address the collective opportunity, identifying the value intended with each program element (and for each stakeholder), the points of friction that dilute the intended value, and the innovation opportunities available.

The learnings will offer a roadmap for those responsible for workforce strategy, program deployment, and product development! 

10:30 - 11:00 AM Break

11:00 - 12:00 Breakouts

Strategically Aligning AI in Recruitment with Human Oversight: Integrating Scorecards and Performance Monitoring

Collaborative Approach with Suppliers and MSPs for Crafting Realistic Scorecards.

Jaran Bouie, Business Analytics Manager @ AgileOne
Anamika Jain, Director, Strategic Partnerships @ BuzzClan

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Capturing Feedback From Contractors About Their Experience

With 45% of the workforce being contractors – learn why this company is evaluating contractor experience in more depth through automation and contract lifecycle. Performance feedback – why it’s important and the risks involved. How to collaborate with Suppliers and MSPs to create realistic and appropriate scorecards.

Ryan Gemmill, Contingent Workforce Recruitment & Operations Leader @ North Highland

Supplier Performance and Optimization

Healthy Supplier Size (how big should the list be). How to leverage and get the most (without using a “big stick”). Best practices within Supplier management.

Kimberly Dinsmore, Senior Manager, External Workforce @ MIT

12:00 - 1:30 Lunch

1:30 - 2:15 Breakouts

For Suppliers: How to Win on RFPs

How to make the best presentation on an RFP; What to include and not to include.

Semonie Kong, Contingent Workforce Program Manager @ Atlassian

For Buyers: How To Influence Hiring Managers to use approved vendors

Learn how to create a marketing strategy for your program and how to encourage end-user to use program suppliers.

Lizzie Parnell, External Workforce Leader @ RSM US LLP

David Gershman, Senior VP of Sales and Business Development @ IntelliPro

2:15 - 2:30 Optional WoW Pop-up

Learn how to get involved with Women of Work’s efforts uplifting Teens, STEM and Return to Work.

2:30 End of Day 2

HIGH TAKE HOME VALUE

Real-time market insights

trending topics

attract & retain talent

  • DE&I
  • Direct Sourcing
  • Build Communities
  • Talent Pools
  • Gen Z

manage spend

  • Pricing
  • RFx
  • Beyond Cost Savings & %s
  • Balance act w/ TA

evolve to maturity

  • Early Adoption
  • 1st Generation
  • Evolving
  • Global expansion
  • SOW Management

optimize suppliers

  • Compliance, Risk Mgmt
  • Transparency
  • Performance
  • Metrics/SLAs
  • International Expansion
  • MSP Partnerships

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