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Workday's Fourth Annual Predict and Prepare

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For the fourth year in a row, the country’s top IT, HR, and Talent Management analysts and consultants are gathering to discuss their predictions of next year’s critical trends and offer advice on how …

For the fourth year in a row, the country’s top IT, HR, and Talent Management analysts and consultants are gathering to discuss their predictions of next year’s critical trends and offer advice on how you should prepare. Sponsored by Workday, "Predict and Prepare" features Knowledge Infusion CEO Jason Averbook, HR technology guru Naomi Lee Bloom, and Principal Analyst and CEO of Constellation Research R “Ray” Wang. This roundtable is moderated by Bill Kutik, host of The Bill Kutik Radio Show® and Firing Line with Bill Kutik, technology columnist for Human Resource Executive® and co-chair of the magazine’s 15th Annual HR Technology® Conference & Exposition.

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  • 1. Fourth Annual Predict and PrepareInsert Presentation TitleFeaturing:Jason Averbook, CEO, and Title Infusion Insert Presenter KnowledgeNaomi Lee Bloom, HR technology guruR “Ray” Wang, CEO, Constellation ResearchModerator: Bill Kutik, Human Resource Executive® Insert Date December 7, 2011
  • 2. FOURTH ANNUAL PREDICT AND PREPARE WEBINAR
  • 3. Bill KutikCo-chair of the 15th AnnualHR Technology® ConferenceTechnology Columnist for HumanResource Executive® magazineHost of The Bill Kutik Radio Show®and Firing Line with Bill Kutik
  • 4. Agenda  Introductions  Predictions for 2012 – Discussion – Q&A  Wrap-up
  • 5. Join The Conversation #predictHCM Please use this hashtag for your tweets about the webinar.
  • 6. Jason AverbookCEO, Knowledge Infusion
  • 7. R "Ray" WangPrincipal Analyst and CEO,Constellation Research
  • 8. Naomi BloomLeading independent voice,strategy/product consultant,end-user advocate and thoughtleader in HR technology andHRO as Managing Partner ofBloom & Wallace
  • 9. Jason AverbookKnowledge Infusion HR self-service is dead, replaced by true direct access to knowledge, content, analytics and the transaction. During the next year, HR will prepare itself for the consumerization of HR including gamification and meaningful business social interactions. Almost every HR function is ill-prepared to support the process and technologies that are being demanded by the business to deal with the workforce issues of today. Going forward, HRIS will be replaced with a function that understands process management, change branding and overall outcome-based storytelling.
  • 10. R “Ray” WangThe Constellation Group Mobile will become users’ first experience with enterprise software. Constellation predicts in two years, half of mobile phone users will have smart phones. In the future, mobile comes first. What are the implications of newer Cloud architectures on the long-standing challenges of integration across disparate HR applications and between HR and non-HR applications?
  • 11. Naomi BloomBloom & Wallace Next year, organizations will have to do Master Data clean-up. Regardless of your systems portfolio, global data standards for the most important objects are required. Doing analytics on a foundation of lousy data is a death wish. Next year, HCM/TM/HRMS “rip and replace” will be happening at a very noisy pace. 2011 was a year in which key vendors ramped up to be vendors of choice when “rip and replace” picked up speed, and their investments (if done well) will pay off in 2012.
  • 12. Now On-Demand! Predict and Prepare for 2012 Watch Now >> Follow Workday: 12WORKDAY CONFIDENTIAL