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Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs) often operate at an enterprise level, where departments converge to mutually support each other in the accomplishment of the broader organizational purpose. This circumstance calls for CHROs to ensure that their HR departments gain a greater appreciation of the organization’s strategic context, and better understand how they may best support its stated goals. This work is crucial, as it sets the foundation for developing HR strategies and supporting plans that not only align with the organization’s overall strategic plan, but are also feasible, acceptable, and suitable.
As strategy is the coordinated relationship between ends (the “why”), ways (the “how”), and means (the “with what”); and as our team members are our most vital resource, developing HR strategy that is nested and aligned with the overall organizational strategy is an essential element to gaining success and competitive advantage. This presentation will discuss principles of design and strategy development, that HR departments may apply to their organizations.
Mariana Bugallo-MurosVice President and Chief Human Resources OfficerMoffitt Cancer Center
As Moffitt Cancer Center’s Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Mariana Bugallo-Muros oversees a diverse workforce of more than 6,200 team members on Moffitt’s four campuses. She is responsible for leading all facets of Moffitt’s human capital, including: compensation and benefits, employee and labor relations, performance management, talent acquisition and management, and organizational and leadership development, all of which enable Moffitt to recruit, train, develop, reward and retain a high performing and motivated workforce. She was also recently named as a 2018 Tampa Bay Business Journal People First honoree, representing excellence in HR.
Prior to joining Moffitt, Bugallo-Muros spent 18 years in corporate human resources leadership position with Partners HealthCare in Boston, a $15 billion academic integrated delivery system with over 60,000 employees at locations including Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. As a Partners vice president, Bugallo-Muros drove efforts to bind that organization’s culture and raise its performance, as well as leading innovative talent acquisition initiatives.
Bugallo-Muros holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from Emmanuel College in Boston and a Master of Science degree in Management from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Dan HodneSenior Strategic Planning AdvisorMoffit Cancer Center
As Moffitt’s Senior Strategic Planning Advisor, Dan Hodne directly supports CSO in the design, development, and execution of Moffitt’s strategic plan and support plans. Prior to joining Moffitt in 2017, he completed a 25+ year military career as a US Army Special Forces Officer, retiring at the rank of Colonel. He possesses extensive strategic planning experience, including leading critical planning efforts of national strategic importance for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary of Defense, and National Security Council. Hodne is a West Point graduate and combat veteran, with master's degrees from LSU and the Army War College.
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