TALENT MANAGEMENT FORUM 28th, 29th and 30th of November

TALENT MANAGEMENT FORUM

In order to ensure the success of their organizations, HR professionals must rethink, refocus, and reinvent their approach to talent management. Only those who are willing to embrace change and respond with innovative solutions will succeed in this brave new world.

Throughout the Talent Management Forum, HR Directors from leading European companies will have the unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends in HR in the technological era, and connect with some of IE’s leading experts in the field.

We will cover topics such as Talent Analytics, Technology for Innovations: agile, Learning with Immersive Solutions, Future Leaders, Pre-Organized Q&A for every session.

Speakers

Meet the speakers that will be attending the event.

Profile Peter Fisk

Global thought leader in strategy, innovation and marketing

Profile Wim Focquet

Academic Director, Master in Talent Development & HR, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Profile Lee Newman

Dean of IE’s School of Human Sciences and Technology

Profile Martin Rodriguez

Director of the Publishing Unit at IE

Profile William Dávila

Executive Director Corporate Relations

Profile Antonio López de Ávila

Director of Corporate Relations EMEA APAC

Profile Borja González del Regueral

Vice-Dean of Technology & Data Science, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Profile Dr. Milo Jones

Visiting Professor, Master in Cybersecurity, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Profile Teresa Ramos Martin

Director of Bachelor in Information Systems Management, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

AGENDA DAY 1: November 28

Paper Pavillion in Serrano, 99

Paper Pavillion in Serrano, 99

Agenda Day 2: November 29

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)

Speaker

Profile

William Dávila

Executive Director Corporate Relations

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
"The XYZ of Digital Transformation"
Abstract: Technology is changing the way in which businesses are done across sectors. This is changing not only the way in which we create ecosystems with other companies to get to the market in a smoother, faster and silent way but also the way in which organizations are shifting to make things happen. The status quo is no longer a source of knowledge but an element of friction and Digital Transformations are 80% cultural and 20% technological. In this session we will explore the main shifts organizations are experiencing internally and externally to adapt and survive the new wave of constant change.

Speaker

Profile

Borja González del Regueral

Vice-Dean of Technology & Data Science, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
"Reskilling Humans for Innovation and Change in the Fourth Industrial Revolution."

Speaker

Profile

Wim Focquet

Academic Director, Master in Talent Development & HR, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Hall in María de Molina, 4

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
"In Digital Organizations, Analytics Come Last"
Abstract: As a talent management professional, you hear a lot about a bright digital future. If you're not careful, however, discussions of that digital rainbow quickly descend either to technical details of HR systems or - even worse! - to tactical analytics, i.e. picturing your exciting future analyzing an existing organization via new digital tools. In this talk, Dr. Jones will discuss how digital technologies are changing organizations, people and society at large, and changing them deeply. In other words, he aims to engage with the strategic implications of talent management "under digital conditions" (and spoiler alert - it goes way beyond analytics)!

Speaker

Profile

Dr. Milo Jones

Visiting Professor, Master in Cybersecurity, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Hall in María de Molina, 4

Street María de Molina corner with Street Pinar

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
"Learning with Immersive Solutions"
Abstract: Some educational institutions are designing and developing practical and immersive learning experiences, and it seems that this trend has been taking off in recent years. New technological possibilities, more capable devices, higher accessibility of Internet connection and very importantly, people used to working in a digital environment and also demanding cutting-edge & more effective ways of teaching and learning are some of the reasons behind this trend. In this workshop, we will present some of these immersive experiences and class dynamics that we are developing at IE and the audience will play some of them. This will include interactive cases, simulations and immersive dynamics. All these resources put participants in situations where they have to role-play, put their knowledge into practice, make decisions or set plans for industries or companies creating engaging learning environments.

Speaker

Profile

Martin Rodriguez

Director of the Publishing Unit at IE

This will consist of a guided tour of the Theatre's secrets: we will learn everything about its' history and all the "behind the scenes" work it takes to bring a play forward.
For more information, go to https://www.teatro-real.com/en/

Dinner will take place in one of Café de Oriente's beautiful saloons, La Botillería. Located in Madrid de los Austrias, next to the Teatro Real, in the Plaza de Oriente, the uniqueness of the place stands out because of its impeccable decoration inspired by the style of old European cafés. Not only does this create an exquisite ambiance, it is accompanied by mouth-watering dishes and we will get to enjoy some of Spain’s joyous wines along the meal.
Address: Plaza de Oriente, 4. 28013 Madrid

Agenda Day 3: November 30

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)

Speaker

Profile

Antonio López de Ávila

Director of Corporate Relations EMEA APAC

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
"Behavioural Fitness for Managers"
In this class, Professor Newman will discuss how a company can achieve competitive advantage by creating a workplace in which employees continually fine-tune key behaviors, and in which managers and leaders play the role of employee experience designers.

Speaker

Profile

Lee Newman

Dean of IE’s School of Human Sciences and Technology

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
“Which are the implications of agile and digital disruption on HR function?”
“in a VUCA world, where digital disruption forces us to rethink our lives on a daily basis, how can we reinvent the HR function to empower our talent and help them embrace this constant change? Agile provide us with a new philosophy to capitalize on change, create innovative solutions and deliver value fast. In this workshop, you will experience the power of Agile at work and you will see for yourself why it is the methodology of choice in innovation environments”

Speaker

Profile

Teresa Ramos Martin

Director of Bachelor in Information Systems Management, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Hall María de Molina, 4

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
“Which are the implications of agile and digital disruption on HR function?”
“in a VUCA world, where digital disruption forces us to rethink our lives on a daily basis, how can we reinvent the HR function to empower our talent and help them embrace this constant change? Agile provide us with a new philosophy to capitalize on change, create innovative solutions and deliver value fast. In this workshop, you will experience the power of Agile at work and you will see for yourself why it is the methodology of choice in innovation environments”

Speaker

Profile

Teresa Ramos Martin

Director of Bachelor in Information Systems Management, IE School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST)

Hall María de Molina, 4

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)
“How to be Superhuman: Developing People for the Age of AI and Robotics"

Speaker

Profile

Peter Fisk

Global Thought Leader in Strategy, Innovation and Marketing

Room E002 (María de Molina, 4)

TBC

Venue

  • Mornings

    Morning sessions will hold place in IE’s building in Street Serrano, 99.

    IE

    Calle de Serrano, 99, 28001 Madrid, España

    +34 915 68 96 00 sofia.rubio@ie.edu
  • Afternoons

    A cocktail lunch and afternoon sessions will hold place in IE’s building of María de Molina, 4.

    IE

    Calle de María de Molina, 4, Madrid, España

    +34 915 68 96 00 sofia.rubio@ie.edu

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