Breakout 2: Do You Want to be Known for Cost Savings or Adding Value?

Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 12:30

Getting work done. It is not a new idea, but the concept has taken on new meaning in the post-pandemic new world of work. For corporate leadership, procurement, and HR decision-makers, the question of "Who do we hire or engage for the position?" has been replaced by new concerns. "How can we stay as lean and agile as possible and still get the work done?" Today, an employee, contractor, freelancer, outsourced services provider, or even a bot might be the best way of achieving a business demand, creating a complex path for companies to navigate.

You will learn:

  • About new channels of talent and resources that are emerging in this evolving world of work
  • How a unified approach gives companies the readiness they need to adapt quickly to change
  • How to ensure you are positioned to engage the right resource with optimal impact

Lifecycle Phase: Optimization

Jennifer Nachand

Manager, Contingent Workforce Program
Daimler Trucks North America

Jennifer has been with Daimler Trucks North America for over 9 years and is currently the Manager of the Contingent Workforce Program for the company’s US locations. 

Bruce Morton

Global Head of Strategy
Allegis Global Solutions

Bruce is in his 40th year in the human capital industry and is well known as a global workforce design and talent acquisition expert. He has designed, implemented and managed some of the largest resourcing solutions across many different parts of the globe and has been recognized as HR Thought Leader of the Year by HRO both in EMEA and here in the US. He has also just published a book ‘Redesigning the Way Work Works’ so check that out on Amazon. In his current role, Bruce serves as AGS’ Global Head of Strategy. Bruce concentrates on adding increased value to AGS’ clients via new services and product-idea generation, internal and external thought leadership, and serving as a face to the industry through conferences and speaking engagements.

Session ID: 
BOS_02_2020F