Skill shortages and a competitive labor market will require HR leaders to remain adaptable when developing talent strategies. Internal talent marketplaces and a responsive talent strategy will be critical for a future-ready organization. Join this session as HR leaders discuss:
- Diversifying employment models with contingent, gig, and remote workers
- Planning workforce needs around skills instead of roles
- Addressing workforce gaps with internal talent mobility
Paul came to Avanade because it was a hybrid company with strong backing but without all the answers. Avanade continues to work on figuring new and better ways to do things. We want to bring in people with ideas and motivation to innovate for our clients and our business. Here, you can shape and create the future with great people. He saw the opportunity half a decade ago, and now he gets to live it on a daily basis. His leadership style aligns to many aspects of Avanade culture. One is trying to respond to new ideas with “why not” rather than “no.” It’s led to positive change and given a lot of people a chance to make their mark and advance their own capabilities and careers.
David Pumpelly is a champion of technology and innovation in HR and Recruiting. Drawing from his 25 year career spanning from technology consulting with Accenture to President and Chief HR strategist of a regional healthcare company, David is uniquely positioned to offer credible insight on HR Transformation and the technology that will enable it. As VP of Enterprise Talent Solutions at Avature, he is regularly consulting with and serving clients such as Walmart, Cisco, Deloitte, Delta Air Lines, Uber and Apple.
David received his BS in Business/Computer Science from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He and his family live in Huntsville, Alabama and enjoy traveling, skiing, and golf.