2nd Annual Micro-Conference Mixer
WORKING TOGETHER TO GROW THROUGH CHANGE
Attend the 2nd Annual Micro-Conference Mixer, hosted by the PSU SHRM Chapter on February 22, 2017. Listen to cutting edge HR and strategic information from nationally recognized, dynamic speakers who will help you cope with today's ever changing world.
Enjoy beverages from the moment you check in, and network with your colleagues and energetic emerging HR professionals throughout the evening.
Networking time is available during registration, between the two speakers, and after the second speaker.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
3:30 pm - Registration/Check-in
4:00 pm - Steven Hunt
5:00 pm - Networking
6:00 PM - Mohan Nair
7:00 PM - More Networking (for as long as you like)
McMenamins Kennedy School
5736 NE 33rd Ave
Portland, OR 97211
Featuring two Keynote Speakers
HR LEADERSHIP IN A WORLD OF ACCELERATING CHANGE
STEVEN T HUNT, PH.D., SPHR
SENIOR VP, SAP SUCCESS FACTORS
Dr. Steven Hunt is currently Senior Vice President at SAP SuccessFactors. Dr Hunt’s role at SAP SuccessFactors is focused on guiding the development and implementation of technology-enabled solutions to maximize workforce engagement and productivity.
Dr. Hunt has over 25 years experience designing systems for a variety of human capital management applications including performance management, staffing, employee and leadership development, culture change, workforce analytics, and succession planning. A recognized expert on strategic human resources, Dr. Hunt has played a pivotal role in the implementation of systems that have improved productivity and engagement of millions of employees working for hundreds of companies ranging from small start up organizations to the largest employers in the world.
An active author and presenter, Dr. Hunt has written two widely respected books on HR process design and implementation: “Commonsense talent management: using strategic human resources to increase company performance” (Wiley Press, 2014) and “Hiring success: the art and science of staffing assessment and employee selection” (Wiley Press, 2007).
THE 7 DEADLY SINS OF BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION
SENIOR VP AND CHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER
Mohan Nair is currently Senior VP and Chief Innovation Officer at Cambia Health Solutions. Mohan brings broad experience to Innovation, having been a high-tech entrepreneur and computer scientist, educator, strategy consultant and healthcare innovator. Recognized in Forbes.com as a pioneer in cultural transformation of organizations using innovation as catalyst. The Marketing Leadership Council of the Corporate Executive Board named him Marketing Thought Leader in 2009.
Prior, he was Chief Marketing Executive and Executive VP for Regence Group for 7 years leading all front end functions for the 9 billion dollar revenue for the health solutions company. In the last 2 years of this 7, he led all 5 health plans for the company. He has been in President roles in successful emerging businesses, two of which had successful exits with McAfee and SAS, as well as large multi-billion dollar revenue companies with Intel Corp and Mentor Graphics Corporation.
Born and raised in Singapore, he also brings knowledge of how nations transform and has come to learn that lasting business transformation is less about being fast and decisive but more about every employee personally finding “true north” in a cause greater than themselves.
His most recent book, “Strategic Business Transformation: The 7 Deadly Sins to Avoid”. It brings together personal transformation, cause-driven servant leadership with the business and market aspects of business transformation. It is unique. His previous books focused on Balanced Scorecard and Cost Management Systems.
He holds a M.S and B.S. in Computer and Information Science and is an alumni of the Advanced Management College in Stanford; Chair emeritus of the Alliance of independent colleges of Oregon and Fellow advisor at George Fox University; Board member of United Way and the Vice-Chair of the Board at the National University of Natural Medicine.
He has served the nation in various capacities as a member of the Government’s Committee on Performance and Accountability for the State of Oregon and he has been called by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to serve on the AHIC Chronic Care Workgroup.
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Photos from the 1st Annual Micro-Conference Mixer
May 4, 2016
This event is the PSU HRMA Student Chapter's Annual Fundraiser. All funds raised for this event contribute to the continued success of this student chapter and supports our emerging HR professionals in their career development, including providing assistance for them to attend the annual SHRM conference in June.