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|Jul 07, 2015-|
Jul 07, 2015
05:30PM - 07:30PM
|Strategic Thinking - Conquering the Traditional HR Paradigm|
HR is undergoing a transformation that is bifurcating the field into 2 different sub-functions, resulting in a paradigm: transactional vs. strategic.
Redwood Credit Union, 3033 Cleveland Avenue, Sta R
Human Resources is undergoing a seismic transformation that is bifurcating the field into 2 different, albeit complimentary, sub-functions - resulting in an HR paradigm: transactional vs. strategic. Where do you fall on this delicate fault line? Are you where you want to be? Get a framework for understanding this latest paradigm and discover the skills required to be successful in this new environment. You'll also assess your current HR function and gain some tools for making the shift.
About the Presenter
Victor Assad is an energetic, innovative and broadly experienced global human resources leader who works with key leaders, and human resources departments on talent management, leadership development, accelerating change, organization development, team effectiveness, mergers and acquisitions, flexible workplace and other strategic human resources issues. With over 25 years of experience, Victor has led human resources in fast growth, high-technology, global businesses for Honeywell and Medtronic, including the medical device, aerospace, software, specialty semi-conductors and electronics industries.
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