VIC Analytics Network
Check in time – 11:45 am
Session start – 12:00 pm
Session finish – 1.30 pm
Artificial Intelligence, Analytics and HR in the same sentence always evokes excitement and dread at the same time. The thought of HR dealing with AI and mountains of data seems very foreign as AI conjures images of robots and chatbots.
Al Adamsen is all about people data for good, and in this session Al will explore the topic of Artificial Intelligence and Analytics and how to bring the human into the equation.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the session and bring along your photo ID as identification to access the conference room.
This event is suitable for
Those in the early to senior stages of their HR career.
Speaker: Al Adamsen, Founder & CEO, PAFOW (People Analytics and Future of Work)
Al is a globally recognised and renowned adviser, educator and thought leader in the areas of People Analytics, talent strategy, workforce planning, D&I, Employee Engagement & Well-being, Ethics, talent measurement, organisational change and the Future of Work.
He is the Founder and CEO of the PAFOW Community & Conference Series, a global network committed to promoting the responsible, ethical use of people data analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI).
He's also a Co-Founder & Executive Director at Insight222, an organisation committed to accelerating the positive impact of People Analytics for the good of workers as well as organisations.
Before founding PAFOW & co-founding Insight222, Al held leadership roles at Ernst & Young, Gap Inc., Infohrm (now SuccessFactors/SAP), and Kenexa (now IBM).
Over his career he’s served clients such as Disney, Starbucks, Boeing, Comcast, Heinz, Mayo Clinic and Stanford University among many others. He and his content have been featured in leading magazines, webinars, podcasts, and learning materials. He’s also a frequent keynote speaker, host of the PAFOW Podcast and author of a host of models including the Talent Assessment & Development (TAD) Framework, an innovative approach to aligning job design, individual development, assessment, total rewards and recruitment.
Registration closes Tuesday 25 February 2020 at 10am
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