- Illustrating that transformation is really about the speed at which people can innovate, collaborate, and deliver new products to the market
- Breaking away from the mindset that transformation is an initiative-based process
- Exploring real examples of how HR has driven the most complicated transformations, including:
- Separating a Fortune 50 company into two organizations
- Overseeing high-stakes global acquisitions
- Completely reinventing an organization’s operating model
- Gaining insight into how to galvanize employees and strengthen your culture
- Ensuring you’re well equipped for a new way of working
Global Head of Talent Acquisition
Nan Weitzman is the Global Head of Talent for HP based out of Palo Alto, California. In this role, she drives the strategy, delivery and operations associated with attracting the best and brightest talent in the world from interns to executive level roles. This includes workforce planning, strategic sourcing, organizational design and selection, talent scouting, university relationships, talent management and employer branding. Previously, Nan led talent for North, Central and South America where she was responsible for the strategy and delivery of talent acquisition, relocation, immigration and workforce management.
Nan is a results-focused Human Resources executive with significant experience in leading large, progressive regional and global HR talent acquisition teams. She has extensive experience in human resource business transformation, talent assessment, succession planning, strategic organizational design and solutions across multiple industries for HP and other global, multi-national organizations and entrepreneurial start-ups. Prior to joining HP in 2007, she held leadership positions at Knightsbridge Solutions (acquired by HP), Deloitte and PricewaterhouseCoopers.