The way we work is changing rapidly, and your ability to stay ahead of the curve has deep implications for your organization’s long-term success. This session takes a high-level look at the key ideas currently dominating the strategic reimaging of corporate Canada. Specifically, we’ll outline three big ideas — agility, resilience, and inclusion — and explore how a deeper understanding of these characteristics can help you create a bridge between technology and workplace culture. Using case studies from the Globe & Mail’s list of 100 Best Workplaces (Canada) and Fortune’s list of 100 Best Companies (USA), we’ll provide an overview of the ways in which these companies are leading the way and why these trends are here to stay.
d Approved for 1.25 SHRM-CP credits.
José Tolovi Neto, Managing Partner, Great Place to Work® Canada
José Tolovi Neto is the Managing Partner for Great Place to Work® Institute in Canada. He also serves as a member of GPTW’s Global Advisory Board and sits on the board of directors of GPTW France, Spain and Mexico. Prior to joining the Institute, José was a senior business executive in the technology industry, having worked for organizations such as Microsoft and EDS in Brazil, England, Germany and Spain. He holds Bachelor and Graduate degrees in business management from FGV (ranked Latin America’s top business school). José has two young daughters and lives with his family in Toronto.
Alison Grenier, Head of Research and Culture, Great Place to Work® Canada
Alison Grenier is Head of Research and Culture for Great Place to Work. With a decade of experience studying the Best Workplaces in Canada, Alison leverages GPTW’s unparalleled data library to uncover the leading workplace trends, and support organizations with specific and actionable feedback to drive their culture forward.Prior to joining the Institute, Alison worked in a variety of human resource roles in the manufacturing, service and not-for-profit sectors.Alison enjoys exploring beautiful British Columbia with her husband and four children.
Join us to learn directly from SAP product management what the future of HR means in SAP terms. The year 2025 is a mere eight years away — what will your HR system look like then? This session will address exactly what the year 2025 means to SAP ERP customers, the make-up of the next business suite of software, and innovations in SAP for Human Capital Management and Payroll.
a Approved for 1.25 SHRM-CP credits.
Nick MacIlvaine, Global Vice President of Solution Architecture & Advisory, SAP SuccessFactors