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Visier People Strategy Revolution

2017 Conference & Webinar Series

You are Registering for the Convene, Tysons Corner event, Nov. 16th.

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Join your peers in HR leadership, transformation, and people analytics for a morning of insights, best practices, and networking.

Why Attend

Hear leading HR thinker Dr. John Sullivan’s keynote: How HR can influence leaders with “WOW and OW” people insights

Learn best practices from expert people analytics practitioners and leaders

Understand the business case for data-driven HR, with leading people strategy and talent management consultant Paul Rubenstein

Presentations and discussions will be followed by lunch, giving you the opportunity to network with your peers.


Dr John Sullivan

Fast Company called him the “Michael Jordan of Hiring,” called him “The father of HR metrics,” and SHRM called him “One of the industries most respected strategists.” He was selected among HR’s “Top 10 Leading Thinkers” and was ranked #8 among the top 25 online influencers in Talent Management.
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More than ever before your people strategy is a core concern to the business.

The global economic recovery has moved power from employers to employees, turning talent into a seller’s market. Yet the most commonly monitored HR metrics do very little to deliver true insight into the workforce. And while the people strategy revolution — the “datafication of HR” via people analytics — is taking HR by storm, many organizations are unsure how to move forward with this important initiative.

What is HR doing well? Where can HR improve? How can you put people analytics to work to drive better results? Join your peers in HR transformation as we tackle these important topics.

Keep the Conversation Going

The events will be followed by a one-hour webinar, hosted by the Human Capital Institute on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 9am PT / 12pm ET.

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Our Speakers

Dr. John Sullivan
Fast Company called him the “Michael Jordan of Hiring,” called him “The father of HR metrics,” and SHRM called him “One of the industries most respected strategists.” He was selected among HR’s “Top 10 Leading Thinkers” and was ranked #8 among the top 25 online influencers in Talent Management.

Dave Weisbeck
A seasoned software executive, Dave Weisbeck’s experience ranges from building development teams to growing multi-billion dollar businesses as a General Manager. With twenty years in the information management and analytics industry, Dave’s prior roles include developing Crystal Decisions and Business Objects products and product strategy. Most recently Dave was the Senior Vice President and General Manager responsible for Business Intelligence, Enterprise Information Management, and Data Warehousing at SAP. Dave holds a position on the Advisory Board.

Paul Rubenstein
Paul is recognized as leader in helping organizations link business strategy and talent strategy. He works with Visier’s customers to help them use data to make better decisions about their workforce and how they approach performance and rewards. He also advises the CHRO on creating HR functions that are fit-for-mission and the funding models for HR. Prior to joining Visier Paul worked in corporate HR as well as 20+ years consulting global companies.

Rachel Kucera
Rachel Kucera manages the People Analytics team at Lincoln Financial Group which is responsible for partnering with HR leaders to deliver insights across the employee life cycle. Previously she has worked in Continuous Improvement, Compensation, and HR Business Partner roles at Lincoln, AMETEK, and SAP America. Rachel holds a Master’s in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Bachelor’s in Psychology from West Chester University and obtained a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification from Villanova University.

“Visier is the tipping point that is taking us from the dark ages to leading edge descriptive analytics”

Joe Nalbach
AVP Global HR Operations, Human Resources, Chubb
Joe has been with Chubb Limited since 2015 and currently serves as the Assistant Vice President in Global HR Operations. Joe is responsible for numerous HR initiatives that include assisting in Chubb’s future HR Technology strategy along with maintenance of corporate HR applications. Chubb’s HR Operations team is in a multiyear HR technology project to merge data, realign processes and build a roadmap that moves HR to the forefront of HR technology. Prior to working at Chubb, Joe worked for Accenture Consulting for 11 years supporting clients in their HR Technology initiatives. Joe has a BA in Information Systems and minor in Business Administration from NJIT and Rutgers.

“Chubb has had two distinct journeys with Visier. On the first journey, Visier helped Chubb understand what the organization was as we prepared for our merger with Ace. After the merger, Visier is now assisting Chubb in understanding what our organization is and will be. Through its prebuilt dashboards and reports, Visier helps us make decisions based on data versus assumption. ”

Dr. Melissa Feigelson
Dr. Melissa Feigelson established the Workforce Analytics function at BASF, which has since been expanded to include a center of excellence that is responsible for key workforce insights supporting strategic business initiatives at the organization. Melissa has a PhD in Industrial Organization Psychology and leads a cross-disciplinary review across HR functions. She sets the strategy for analytics, and drives the design and development of tools that enable HR professionals to transform big picture data into meaningful metrics. Her work has included reviews of data and analytics across the talent lifecycle and includes the development of the strategic workforce planning discipline at BASF. Over her eight years at BASF, Melissa has been called out on several occasions for her work in building HR and business leader capability in the area of workforce analytics with a number of company-sponsored awards for her work, as well as the design and delivery of the diversity dashboard that won the Innovation Award from Diversity Inc. Melissa’s unique capabilities and insights in part stem from her own 15+ years of experience prior to this current role across several areas of HR, including talent acquisition, learning and development, total rewards, employee engagement and organization development. Through her work, Melissa’s core goal is to give leaders greater insight into organizational trends and empower evidence-based decision making. She has spoken at national conferences, including SIOP, TMA, IHRIM, and HR Tech and will be hosting a workshop at this coming HCI conference in February. Melissa has her PhD in I/O psychology from the State University of New York at Albany and a Bachelor’s degree from Binghamton University.

Ebby Ajegbo
Ebby Ajegbo has been with Realogy since 2016 and currently serves as the Vice President of HRIS. In this role, Ebby is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of corporate HR systems in addition to enterprise workforce analytics. Under her leadership, Ebby’s team & HR are working on several initiatives to transform Realogy’s HR including implementing Visier, a recruiting/onboarding platform, enhancements to streamline Realogy HR processes etc. Prior to joining Realogy, she worked across various industries including Financial Services, Consumer Products, LifeSciences etc. and has over a decade of experience in HR Technology. Ebby holds a Masters of Science degree in Management Information Systems from Stevens Institute of Technology and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management Information Systems from Seton Hall University.

“Visier is a game-changer for HR; it’s a turnkey solution that can deliver critical human capital metrics to support data-driven business decisions and accelerate HR’s transformation to a strategic business partner.”

Matthew Hamilton
Matthew Hamilton is the manager of HR Data Analytics at Regions Bank, a Fortune 500 commercial and retail bank headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. Matthew initially joined Regions as a Leadership Development consultant before moving into HR Operations. Prior to joining Regions, Matthew worked for several years in the aerospace and software industries, and served for seven years as an officer and Apache helicopter pilot in the US Army. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
“Implementing Visier is a key initiative that is enabling our HR professionals to be strategic partners to the businesses they support, helping them to make data-driven, fact-based decisions about our workforce.”

Mary A. Jakubowski
Mary Jakubowski leads the HR Planning and Strategy group at BASF, where she serves as the Human Resources Controller in North America and supports the North American regional controlling function.

Delivering on Mary’s strategic vision to help differentiate BASF through HR service delivery and workforce analytics, her team has consolidated and improved standard reporting and implemented cutting edge analytics technology. Under Mary’s leadership, BASF has evolved its human capital intelligence to provide strategic analysis of human capital metrics, planning, forecasting and cost/investment decision analysis – empowering better decision making across BASF’s businesses and functions.

As a member of the BASF North America HR leadership team, Mary also provides strategic financial counsel as well as financial oversight and governance to ensure compliance.

Prior to joining BASF, Mary worked at UBS Financial Services in HR as an Executive Vice-President, Human Resources, responsible for accounting and reporting of various areas, including Compensation & Benefits Accounting along with management of the financial results for the HR Function.
“Visier is an enabler for our HR Transformation and changes the way HR does its work.”