HRPS Webcast –
Maximizing the Effectiveness of the HR Business Partners
Tuesday, September 7, 2010 • 11:00am to 12:30pm (Eastern)
In the global HR transformation space, winning organizations follow a multi-pronged strategy focused on maximizing the effectiveness of their HR organization. Redefining the HR operating model, leveraging technology, innovative sourcing and reorganizing HR processes and HR roles are keys to success.
When the HR specialist and HR generalist roles become more strategic in their focus, the transactional aspects of HR can be consolidated within the HR Operations function. But every organization's journey is different as they try to enhance the role of the HR business partners.
This webcast draws on research and experience from Hewitt Associates and successful clients who will share navigating challenges and lessons learned through their transformation of the roles of HR business partners, including:
- A range of challenges around role definition
- Fuzzy process design
- Capability gaps within HR
- Inadequate support for the transition
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- Complimentary for HRPS Enterprise Members
- $45 for HRPS Members
- $95 for Non-members
About your Webcast Leaders:
Pete Sanborn is a global leader in Hewitt's global Talent and Organizational Consulting practice with responsibility for Hewitt's global HR Effectiveness practice. Pete consults with multinationals in HR strategy, HR assessment and service delivery design, corporate restructuring, and HR transformation. Some of Pete's clients include Bayer Corporation; Becton Dickinson; EMC Corporation; DP DHL Technologies Co., Ltd.; LG Electronics; MetLife, Inc.; Thomson Corporation; Philips Electronics; UBS; and Wal-Mart. He has 20 years of experience with Hewitt in business leadership roles in North America and Europe in HR consulting, client relationship management, and outsourcing.
Usha Mirchandani is a principal within the Talent & Organization Consulting Practice. She consults in Organizational Design, HR Strategy, and HR Effectiveness. She has also had experience in the area of Merger Integration, Performance Management, and Large Scale Change Enablement.
Usha has over 15 years of consulting experience in the area of people strategy. Prior to joining Hewitt, she worked as Manager, Human Capital with Andersen. Usha has consulted in over 7 countries including the U.S., UK, Germany, India, and countries the Middle East. Her clients include government undertakings; state-owned utilities; MetLife, Inc.; Aetna Inc.; Becton Dickinson, Levi Strauss, Mass Mutual; Prudential Financial; Legg Mason; International Monetary Fund; UBS; World Bank; Duke Energy Corporation; Ernst & Young L.L.P.; Kraft Foods Inc.; Pfizer Inc.; Saint-Gobain Corporation, SAP.
Melissa Videtto, Director of Human Resources for UBS AG, is a member of the UBS Business University on the Leadership & Talent faculty team. She is the Global lead and Americas Program Manager for the Experienced Talent Program, a global, cross-divisional talent program for UBS's Executive Director Key Talent. She has been at UBS for 9 years with a primary focus on developing and managing various talent development programs from graduate level up through Managing Director. She received her Six Sigma Green Belt certification by redesigning the UBS Graduate On-boarding process in 2008.
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