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New Ideas for the New Age of Human Resources Professionals
HUMAN RESOURCES, HUMAN RESOURCES, VIDEO

New Ideas for the New Age of Human Resources Professionals

Rethinking why we do what we do. Are we being trapped by antiquated ideas, legacy processes, and ‘the way it has always been’? Talking about the mindset behaviors, design principles, social empowerment, and increased engagement we would incorporate into a fresh start at how our organization functions Illustrating the power technological integration and new devices connecting us to world-class content and each other brings us Demonstrating these ideas in action while walking through an integrated and holistic look at team member impact — Jennifer Saavedra SVP, Human Resources Dell Technologies As SVP of Dell Technologies Talent and Culture organization, Jenn…

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Digital Tools to Improve Logistics Visibility in the Supply Chain
SUPPLY CHAIN, VIDEO

Digital Tools to Improve Logistics Visibility in the Supply Chain

Understanding how Dell’s flexible supply chain ecosystem allows it to respond and adapt to changing circumstances What is an integrated engagement model, and how do you put the theory into practice to nurture ongoing supply chain innovation? Discussing how automation and the emergence of smart technologies are accelerating the path to supplier maturity Co-Developing new capabilities to reduce inventory, cycle times, and supply chain variability — Tom McKenzie VP, Global Fulfillment & Logistics Dell Technologies Tom leads North America Fulfillment & Logistics Operations and Global Services Transportation within Dell Global Operations. He is responsible for ensuring Dell products and spare…

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The Future of Work: Leading with Purpose and Resolve
MANUFACTURING, VIDEO

The Future of Work: Leading with Purpose and Resolve

Projecting your company’s brand and values to attract the kind of talent you want and need Demonstrating inspirational leadership amidst a global talent war Unlocking the potential of people: Entrepreneurial thinking as a catalyst to drive innovation Building the requirements of a connected business into a long-term investment strategy for learning and development Panelists: Carol Flack VP, Global Materials Dell Technologies Carol Flack is a Vice President with Dell’s Global Operations team and site leader for North Carolina. With revenues of $78 billion in FY18 and more than 140,000 people worldwide, Dell is the largest privately controlled technology company in…

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