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Brigette Mcinnis-DayChief HR Strategy & Digital Transformation ExecutiveSAP SuccessFactors
Brigette McInnis-Day is the Chief HR Strategy & Digital Transformation Executive for SAP SuccessFactors. She spearheads an exciting new alignment in SuccessFactors' global Center of Expertise, HR Value, Solution and Technology Advisors. Brigette is also the Executive Head of SAP's Digital HR Experience team, a global program that positions SAP as the leader in Digital HR through world-class customer-centered events, promoting forward thinking HR Strategy, and creating compelling regional programs & demand management that focuses on sales conversion.
Michael Arena, PhDChief Talent Officer General Motors
Michael Arena is the Chief Talent Officer for General Motors Corporation. He is responsible for enterprise talent management, talent & organizational analytics, leadership development and global learning. Since joining General Motors, he has employed an evidence-based approach to driving organizational performance, leveraging such concepts as predictive analytics and network analysis to empirically determine talent needs across the pipeline. Arena also launched GM2020, which is a grass roots initiative designed to enable employees to connect and create across the organization and was highlighted in Fast Company in 2016. In addition to his current responsibilities at GM, Arena also teaches in Penn's MS in Organizational Dynamics program and acts as a dThinking coach within Stanford's dSchool.
Dean CarterVice President of Human Resources & Shared ServicesPatagonia
Matthew BurnsHead of HRJYSK
Matt's nearly 20-year corporate journey has taken him around the world, supporting organizations in North America, Europe, Asia and South America.
He's presently the Head of HR for a global retailer and leads a team that was recently recognized for the: 'Most Innovative Use of HR Technology' in Canada.
In less than 12 months, the HR team at JYSK sourced, acquired, implemented and integrated five disparate technologies, creating their own a custom HR enterprise solution. Their digital transformation automated existing administrative tasks, transitioned the HR department to near-paperless daily operations, and enhanced the department's service to the business.
Get ready for a high-energy discussion that will leave you with simple, actionable tactics.
You can find Matt sounding off on all things on tech innovation, future of work and HR on LinkedIn or Twitter
Sandy Leung is the Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. She leads the worldwide Law Department and is responsible for a wide range of legal areas including intellectual property, commercial and regulatory law, litigation, corporate governance and securities and transactions including licensing, acquisitions and divestitures. She also has responsibility for Environment, Health & Safety, Corporate Security and Corporate Philanthropy.
Sandy joined Bristol-Myers Squibb in 1992 as a staff attorney in the litigation department. She was promoted to positions of increasing responsibility and was elected Corporate Secretary in 1999. In September 2006, she was appointed Interim General Counsel. In February 2007, she was named General Counsel.
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