Talent Management Goes Agile – Budapest

Talent Management Goes Agile – Budapest
November 26th, 2018 David Goodwin

In the wake of an unprecedented rate of change volatility and uncertainty for business, HR and Talent Management is called to become agile!

The traditional talent management approaches most of which originate in the previous century are no longer fit for purpose.  Yet, it has never been clearer that everything comes back to talent management.  Financial performance, new technological developments, digital organizations are all driven by talent as it drives momentum within the business.  Digital and agile ways of working are forcing us to rethink our conventional ways of doing.  We notice that companies’ core businesses and functions are largely replacing long-range planning and ‘waterfall’ organizational change transformation models with nimbler methods that allow them to adapt and innovate more quickly.

Agile isn’t just for tech anymore. HR is adopting those principles in turn to reflect and support what the rest of the organization is doing.  It means moving away from a HR rules- and top-down approach toward a simpler and faster model driven by feedback from participants.  This new paradigm has really taken off in performance management. (In a 2017 Deloitte survey, 79% of global executives rated agile performance management as a high organizational priority.) But other HR and talent practices are rapidly following: how they approach recruitment and rewards, how they evaluate talent, what skills they emphasize and develop and what they do to facilitate learning in line with those new ways of work.

The MCE Business Breakfast session will cover:

  • Why traditional TM approaches are no longer fit for purpose and that there is a time for change
  • Current trends of the future world of work and a looming talent crunch,
  • The business case for a new approach: fluid, agile talent management
  • What is ‘agile’ and what would it look like in talent management?
  • Emerging new ‘agile’ ways of practice in the areas of performance management, development and succession
  • Recommendations for talent and HR professionals to prepare for and anticipate this ‘agile’ world

Open forum, including exchange of your own experiences.

Practical Details:

  • MCE Breakfast Breakfast: Talent Management Goes Agile
  • Location: Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge, Széchenyi István tér 2, 1051 Budapest.
  • Date: December 4th, 2018
  • Time: 8:00-10:00 AM
  • By Invitation Only. Contact MCE for more details.

MCE’s HR Expert at the Event will be Mr. Ronny Vansteenkiste

Ronny brings over 25 years of global talent, leadership & organization development experience in major Fortune top 500 companies and in 7 different industries. Ronny is an accomplished senior HR executive, talent, organization & leadership development strategist, thought leader and change agent with global experience consulting with industry leaders. He specializes in helping businesses implement their growth strategies by developing business-focused talent and learning solutions.  His approach is focused on the practical application and execution:  providing deep thought leadership of the latest ideas closely linked and integrated with practical and pragmatic business solutions that are sustainable and work globally for the business. He has earned a strong reputation for innovation over 3 decades in companies like Barco Electronics, Seagram, Philips, Novartis, Avaya & Willis Towers Watson.

Registration:

Participation is free-of-charge but is restricted to HR & LD professionals and executives. Places are limited, as we want to have the right group size for optimal interaction and networking.

To download our pdf flyer of the business breakfast please click here.

To register, simply fill in the form below and we will then get back to you within the next working day to confirm your free seat.

 

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