Generative AI seems to be in the news daily, absorbing both our professional and personal conversations. Business leaders look to HR to lead the way in the responsible use of AI, where to start their journey, and how to stay compliant amongst evolving regulations--adding the growing list of HR responsibilities.
The role of HR has drastically changed from being a policy enforcer to being value drivers. It’s time for HR leaders to help define the organization’s transformation strategy and how people and AI can jointly deliver value: determining the principles that will guide their technology investments, identifying critical roles and skills of the future and managing hiring, managing career mobility, retention and more.
Listen to experts as they decode the challenges and expectation in the HR function in the age of generative AI. Our experts will get deeper into the following topics:
- The new responsibilities of HR: How HR can influence enterprise strategy and be the value creator.
- Prioritizing driving trust and transparency in AI: Establishing trust in accepting the outputs of AI application and how it can be achieved.
- Better work technology: Openness to change by integrating generative AI into work and putting the employee in the driver’s seat.
Vicki Salemi - Career Expert and Consultant
Nationally Known Career Expert: Vicki Salemi is a career expert for Monster, author, nationally syndicated columnist "Vicki on Careers" for Tribune, keynote speaker, spokesperson and corporate ghostwriter (marketing copy and thought leadership pieces). Media friendly, and recently appearing on the Today show, she's consistently sought by producers and reporters for her insight. She speaks in sound bites.
Jill Goldstein - Managing Partner, IBM Talent Transformation Consulting
Jill is a 35-year seasoned HR professional having spent time as an HR practitioner before jumping over to the service provider side. As the Global Managing Partner for talent Transformation at IBM Consulting, she combines technology with creativity of people to help organizations reimagine how work gets done. She leads a global team of deep functional and technical experts (and lots of AI bots!) whose work is focused on helping clients deliver their talent agenda, accelerate their digital roadmap and establish a more modern HR function.
Jen Kirkwood - Partner - IBM Talent Transformation
Jen Kirkwood’s expertise of nearly 30 years in HR/Talent & Data helps in transformation for global leaders and their workforces. Her leadership, experience and education have placed her in the top rankings in the industry for HR leadership and AI/data. She leads global transformations including in Talent & Skills, HRO, People Data, AI & Automation.
Andi Britt - Senior Partner - Talent Transformation Leader, IBM Consulting
Andi leads IBM’s UKI Talent Transformation practice, providing human capital management, HR and recruitment Outsourcing and organizational change management advisory services for clients.
Andi specializes in HR & Learning, and Enterprise transformation and has worked with IBM’s largest global clients in public and private sectors on HR Outsourcing, Cloud SaaS, ERP and enterprise wide change management engagements. He is a thought leader on AI, Automation and Digital HR and how organizations can transform their Talent practices with Cognitive, Cloud, Robotics and Mobile solutions.
Jamie VanDodick - Director, Tech Ethics Project Office and Governance - IBM Chief Privacy Office
Jamie VanDodick is IBMs Director, AI Ethics Project Office, for IBMs AI Ethics Board, a multi-disciplinary team responsible for the governance and decision-making process for AI ethics policies and practices. She has held leadership roles at IBM in cybersecurity, GDPR vendor management, supply chain, CIO and is a past World Economic Forum AI Fellow.
Jamie holds a JD, MBA, PMP and is an adjunct professor and certified Agile Coach. She lives in Pleasant Valley, NY with her husband, two kids, two dogs and two guinea pigs.