"4 on the 4th at 4(pm)" Panel Discussion Series: A Roadmap for effective HR Systems
You research. You RFP. You define process flows. You hash it out with IT over data feeds & access. You turn in on. It fails. You feel like hiding.
Does that process sound familiar to you? If you ever found yourself implementing an HR system for your organization, it might be. Quite frankly, most system implementations fail to meet all their core objectives. Let’s face it – a lot of HR folks don’t have the technical background to navigate the waters of the implementation landscape. And most IT professionals don’t place high value on working on HR systems. So what’s a Talent or HR professional to do?
Join us for our monthly panel discussion. Our focus this month will be on building a roadmap to the successful deployment of HR systems. Whether its research, selection, configuration, implementation, deployment or adoption, our panel of industry experts will answer your questions regarding the entire process. Here’s your chance to pick the brains and air the laundry over past experiences or upcoming challenges. Whether it’s an HRIS, a TMS, a LMS, or anything in between you’ll come away with a better understanding of what it takes to be an HR Systems hero!
Jeremy Aho is a workplace learning professional and instructional designer for Devereux. A pioneer of eLearning at the organization, his background in psychology and Human Resources Management plus skill with technology, training, and instructional design has contributed to solutions that support organizational learning, development, and improved performance.
Stephanie is an experienced professional with over two decades of experience working with senior learning leaders. Her areas of expertise include analyzing, designing, developing, and implementing best practice technology for learning. She is a high-energy leader who effectively bridges gaps and builds relationships between enterprise leaders, Human Resources/Learning, Information Technology and vendors.
For the last twelve years, Stephanie has run her own consulting practice. Her client list includes Ace Hardware Corporation, Aon Hewitt, the College of American Pathologists, the NCAA, Sears Holdings Corporation, Walgreens, and W.W. Grainger. Prior to consulting, she held various learning leadership roles at Arthur Andersen, Sears Holdings Corporation, and Hyatt Hotels Corporation. Her roles have varied, but have always focused on selecting and delivering high performing technology solutions to support learning. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a language focus (German, French and Spanish) from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. She is also certified to facilitate the Team Management Profile (TMP) and has completed Six Sigma Green Belt training.
Stephanie resides in Hawthorn Woods, Illinois with her husband, two children and German Shepherd. In her free time, she plays competitive volleyball, enjoys pilates, loves to travel, and chauffeurs her children to their activities.
Art Werkenthin, president of RISC, Inc., has over 30 years’ experience working with learning management systems (LMS) in the Oil & Gas, Retail, Finance and other industries. An early xAPI enthusiast, Art’s company was the first to implement xAPI 1.0 in a commercial LMS. For the past 2 years, Art has participated on the ADL cmi5 committee and frequently presents and blogs on both xAPI and cmi5 topics. You can follow Art on Twitter: @AWerkenthin or connect with him on LinkedIn.
Read Art’s cmi5 / xAPI blogs at http://risc-inc.com/category/xapi-and-cmi5/.
Katrina Baker provides LMS administration to a global law firm and previously to a Fortune 500 retailer. She is also a sought after speaker and consultant. Katrina's books, LMS Success and The LMS Selection Checklist, are Amazon category best sellers. Katrina organized the 2015 L.A. Learn Tech Conference, and she is the Director of Technology at ATD Los Angeles. Check out Katrina’s LinkedIn group, Learning Management System Administrators, designed specifically for training operations and technology professionals. You can contact Katrina directly on LinkedIn or on Twitter.
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