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 @

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.  

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.

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


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


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