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Posted: 07/27/2016
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett

There have been countless articles speculating that aspects of performance management are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Hitachi’s CHRO, Levent Arabaci does not fully agree with this sentiment.Read more

Posted: 07/05/2016
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett

2020 is only four years away. Given the rates of advancement and disruption taking place across the industries, it is incredibly likely that the face of the organization will look drastically different. Talent Management Exchange speaker and Chief Talent Officer of Mindshare, Lisa Dallenbach, gives her take on the future of HR and the organization as a whole. This interview focuses on what will change, what will remain and what will shape the workplace of tomorrow.Read more

Posted: 06/27/2016
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett

Employee engagement is a major priority of today’s HR leaders. With workforces being comprised of multiple generations and ever-evolving technologies, pinpointing motivating factors is proving to be difficult.Read more

Posted: 06/22/2016
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett

In this insightful interview, Kimo shares his learning and development predictions for 2020; ways to prepare for the future; the biggest innovations to date; the next big thing; and his thoughts on leaders who inspire innovation.Read more

Contributor: Kristen Schipfer
Posted: 06/10/2016
Kristen Schipfer

Times are changing. For organizations to survive modern disruptions, they must adapt. One of the best ways to adapt and prepare for the uncertain future ahead is to create a growth mindset culture within your organization.Read more

Posted: 05/31/2016
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett

Sometimes organizations need to change to survive. While change can be a scary notion, having the proper mindset, the right leadership and a strong learning strategy can take your business to a whole new level. Prior to taking the stage of August’s highly anticipated Chief Learning Officer Exchange, Andy Billings gave a few bite-sized insights into this topic. In this Q&A, Andy discusses the best first step of shifting business focus, some of the challenges and solutions to that process, the best types of leadership for continued innovation and what he is most excited about for the Exchange.Read more

Contributor: IQPC Exchange
Posted: 05/02/2016
In this Q&A, Marisa Kabasinskas Vice President of Global Business Transformation & Operations Management of Interpublic discusses best ‘first steps’ to identify optimal governance structures, common mistakes organizations make when implementing shared services, evaluating organizational governance, and IPG’s... Read more
Posted: 04/18/2016
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett

It seems that every human resources department across the nation is abuzz with a need to include diversity and inclusion programs into hiring practices. Are there problems with these programs and are these programs really beneficial to the companies that implement them? Lee Cheng, Chief Legal Officer and SVP of Corporate Development at Newegg, discusses these programs with IQPC Exchange’s Kristen Schipfer-Barrett and weighs in on the challenges of these programs from both a legal and organizational perspective. He also discusses viable solutions, the benefits of diversity and inclusion, and his 2016-2017 priorities.Read more

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Posted: 04/11/2016
In this Q&A, AGCO Corporation’s Emese Szakács, Director of Budapest Shared Services, and Lucinda B. Smith, SVP Global Business Services and CHRO, discuss the one thing that organizations overlook when implementing shared services, balancing organizational excellence and delivering on customer requests, and the future of GBS organizations. They... Read more
Posted: 03/21/2016
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett

Sebastien Girard, Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning for Parkland Health and Hospital System, has an in-depth conversation with Kristen Schipfer-Barrett about the rapidly changing realm of talent acquisition. The old methods aren’t working anymore and companies need to be prepared. In this interview, Sebastien details what makes a positive candidate experience – and what makes a bad one, the new ideals of what candidates are looking for in roles and companies, changes in the next 5 years, and his priorities for 2016-2017.Read more

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