Session summary

While we’ve witnessed a rapid post-pandemic pivot to HR systems that support hybrid workforces, the next stage of transformation looks set to be made with a focus on sustainable change. But how is HR and its employees shifting to providing a digitized experience, and how can they really make the software work better?

Through in-depth market research, UNLEASH and AppLearn recently published a report exploring how HR leaders are successfully using technology to optimize the end-to-end user experience and are enabling their goals, roles and priorities.

This panel recording with some of the key contributors to the report digs deeper into the findings and important related subjects, including:
  • Is there such thing as too much digitization?
  • When should we consider ‘adoption’ in our implementation strategies?
  • How should we measure success in delivering a seamless digital HR service?
  • How HR can advance the adoption of their digitized services, especially in a hybrid working world?

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Panelist

Janet Ramey
Principal, Sourcing Change, previously at Cisco

Janet Ramey is a global technical expert. Her various executive roles at Cisco Systems allow her to bring global perspective, knowledge of Asian and emerging markets, extensive leadership experience and a strong background in Services and business operations to clients.

Panelist

Andrew Avanessian
CEO, AppLearn

As CEO of AppLearn, Andrew believes business applications should do more to improve both employee experience and operational outcomes. With a wealth of experience in growing fast-paced technology companies, and a background in cybersecurity, Andrew is accelerating AppLearn’s vision of making software work better for everyone.

Panelist

Raju Vijay
Vice President, Global People Services, Nissan

Krishnan Raju Vijay is Vice President in the newly formed Nissan Global People Services organization. He is responsible for Nissan’s next generation Human Resource services across the enterprise. Their vision for Global People Services is to take the moments that matter in an employee’s lifecycle with the company and make them simple, standardized, digitized and compliant across the HR function.

Panelist

Daiga Ergle
Chief People Officer, 4Finance

For the last 3 years Daiga has held the role of Chief People Officer at 4finance Group, consumer finance company with offices in 13 markets. Prior to that Daiga spent 8 years with airBaltic, as SVP HR. She’s also a professor of HRM & Leadership at Riga Business School, and passionately believes in engaging the power of gamification in HR.