ProcureCon HR 2019

24 - 25 September, 2019

Novotel, Amsterdam City Centre

+44 (0) 207 368 9465

Conference Day Two - September 25, 2019

8:00 am - 8:35 am Welcome Coffee

7:35 am - 8:35 am Women in Procurement and HR Breakfast – How to Drive Greater Cross-Functional Collaboration between Procurement, HR and the Business to Encourage a More Joined-up Approach to Workforce Transformation

Discover new strategies to boost cross functional collaboration between Procurement and HR over breakfast during this highly popular networking session led by two of the most experienced HR and Procurement leaders at the conference in 2019
Pauline King, Procurement Expert at CIPS

Pauline King

Procurement Expert
CIPS

Julie Smith, Head of HR Procurement at British American Tobacco

Julie Smith

Head of HR Procurement
British American Tobacco

Future of HR Services Procurement

8:35 am - 9:00 am Chair’s Opening Remarks and Keynote Address - What is the Framework you Need in order to Implement a More Integrated Workforce Strategy and Move into the Future of HR Services Procurement?

9:00 am - 9:40 am Case Study Interactive –Reinventing Employee Experience to Keep Top Talent Engaged and Improve Retention

Discover how to gain more intelligence about employee experience at your business to reshape future employee experiences in ways that will drive better retention rates and keep talent fully engaged in achieving your business’ strategic goals.
 
·         How the ongoing war for talent affects employee experience
·         What is the best way to measure and manage employee experience?
·         Why is understanding employee experience key to transforming retention?
·         How to capture and analyse data about employee experience and use it to design future experiences
Stephan Paolini, Chief Talent Officer at Capgemini

Stephan Paolini

Chief Talent Officer
Capgemini

9:40 am - 10:10 am Joint Case Study – Rethinking How to Achieve Cross-Functional Collaboration that Delivers Global Learning Programmes which Inspire and Motivate

Benefit from procurement and business perspectives on what it takes to source and deliver best-in-class learning and development programmes you can improve ongoing work practices with existing suppliers. Plus, identify all the competencies to look for when sourcing your next learning services provider to find the best one faster.
 
·         How digital transformation can act as a driver for change in global learning programmes
·         How to approach L&D in new and different ways to ensure it is tailored to evolving needs and requirements of the workforce
·         When is the best time for Learning and Procurement to engage together in the process of transformation?
·         How to measure the success of a partnership between Learning and Procurement to capture and repeat best practices
Lisa Egan, Global Procurement Category Director at Pearson

Lisa Egan

Global Procurement Category Director
Pearson

Laura Cochran, Vice President at Pearson

Laura Cochran

Vice President
Pearson

As staff and employees demand ever more control over benefits and rewards, find out how to deliver higher levels of flexibility and personalisation so that you attract and retain the best talent in the market all the time.
 
·         How are employee expectations of benefits and rewards evolving?
·         What can you do to translate these new expectations into successful supplier sourcing strategies?
·         How can you assess and select the best suppliers of benefits and rewards services for your business?
·         How can you use best-in-class benefits and rewards provision to help attract new talent to your business?

Rachel Sharp

Deputy Director
HR Magazine

Soren Klausen, Global Head of HR Procurement at Lego

Soren Klausen

Global Head of HR Procurement
Lego

Julie Smith, Head of HR Procurement at British American Tobacco

Julie Smith

Head of HR Procurement
British American Tobacco

Lisa Egan, Global Procurement Category Director at Pearson

Lisa Egan

Global Procurement Category Director
Pearson

Jyothi Hartley, Global Head of HR Procurement at Smith and Nephew

Jyothi Hartley

Global Head of HR Procurement
Smith and Nephew

Peter Christensen, Global Category Manager, Human Resources & Professional Services at VELUX

Peter Christensen

Global Category Manager, Human Resources & Professional Services
VELUX

10:50 am - 11:20 am Guest Keynote – Rethinking How to Deliver Savings whilst Creating Value when Sourcing Global Staffing and HR Services in a Digital Age

Equip yourself with new best practices in negotiating and sourcing contracts from global providers of staffing and HR services offered by one of the world’s leading thinkers on procurement and supply management.
 
·         Why is managing spend on staffing and HR services so very different from any other spend category?
·         How should you adapt your approach to procurement so that is even more effective when sourcing staffing and HR services?
·         How your business’ digital transformation journey will change the way you interact with suppliers of staffing and HR services in the future
·         Top tips to find the right balance between delivering savings and creating value that can be traced into the P&L

Professor Frank Rozemeijer

NEVI Professor Purchasing and Supply Management
Maastricht University

11:20 am - 12:00 pm Networking Break

Rethinking Talent and HR Services Procurement

Benefit from in-depth, structured discussions led by industry subject matter experts that solve real business problems for you inside 1 hour. 
1 - How to Introduce Innovative Platforms and Technologies for Total Workforce Optimisation
Joseph McLoone, Regional Operations Director, EMEA, Allegis Global Solutions
2 – Embedding On-Demand Workforce Programs: HR & Procurement’s New Competitive Advantage
Adam Zellner, Executive Director, New Product and Corporate Development, Business Talent Group
3 - How to Enable Data-Driven Resourcing as Part of Your Digital Transformation Journey  
Daniel Wilson, Global Head of Corporate Services Procurement, adidas
4 - How to Design a Robust Workforce Strategy in Support of a Total Workforce Model
Maarten Hansson, Head of Total Workforce Strategy, Philips
5 – What Every HR Procurement Leader Should Know about the Modern Slavery Act, But Doesn’t
Will Beattie to General Manager, Continental Europe
6 – How to Achieve Next-Level Value from Your Relationships with Global Suppliers of HR Services
Peter Christensen, Global Head of HR and Professional Services Procurement, Velux
7 – Best Practice Procurement Strategies when Sourcing and Procuring New Relocation Services
Patrick Kalker, Global Head of Professional Services Procurement, Merck
8 – How to Deliver Best Practice Benefits Procurement on a Global Scale 
Soren Klausen, Global Head of HR Procurement, Lego
9 – Hints and Tips to Master Spend Management on Labour in the Benelux Region
Evert van Ophem, Head of Client Services Procurement, Benelux, IBM
10 - How to Effectively Manage Risk and Compliance whilst Mitigating Costs in an IR35 World
Simon Woods, Chief Revenue Officer, YunoJuno

Joseph McLoone

Regional Head of Operations, EMEA
Allegis Global Solutions

Adam Zellner, Executive Director, New Product and Corporate Development, Chief of Staff to CEO at Business Talent Group

Adam Zellner

Executive Director, New Product and Corporate Development, Chief of Staff to CEO
Business Talent Group

Daniel Wilson, Global Head of Corporate Services Procurement at Adidas

Daniel Wilson

Global Head of Corporate Services Procurement
Adidas

Maarten Hansson, Head of Workforce Strategy at Philips

Maarten Hansson

Head of Workforce Strategy
Philips

Will Beattie, General Manager Continental Europe at CIPS

Will Beattie

General Manager Continental Europe
CIPS

Peter Christensen, Global Category Manager, Human Resources & Professional Services at VELUX

Peter Christensen

Global Category Manager, Human Resources & Professional Services
VELUX

Patrick Kalker, Global Head of Professional Services Procurement at Merck

Patrick Kalker

Global Head of Professional Services Procurement
Merck

Soren Klausen, Global Head of HR Procurement at Lego

Soren Klausen

Global Head of HR Procurement
Lego

Evert van Ophem, Head of Client Services Procurement, Benelux at IBM

Evert van Ophem

Head of Client Services Procurement, Benelux
IBM

Simon Woods

Chief Revenue Officer
YunoJuno

TRACK B - Leadership Boardroom for Global Heads of HR Procurement

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Boardroom Topic - Building an Effective Strategy for Managing Employee Insurances and Impacting your EVP
Plus Private Drinks Reception 
Julie Smith, Head of HR Procurement at British American Tobacco

Julie Smith

Head of HR Procurement
British American Tobacco

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Networking Lunch

Leveraging Data to Drive Workforce Transformation

TRACK A - Data-Driven, Digital HR Procurement

2:00 pm - 2:40 pm Case Study Interactive – How to Attract the People and Develop the Culture Required to Retain Digital Workers in the Future
Find out how Maria and her procurement team at Nationwide are transforming the business’ culture to attract and retain workers with digital skills as the financial sector continues to move into the digital age.
 
·         What do digital workers expect from their relationships with employers today?
·         What are the biggest differences to be prepared for when sourcing digital workers?
·         How to adapt your sourcing strategy to ensure staffing suppliers deliver digital workers who fit with your digital culture
·         How to leverage your partnerships with global staffing firms to drive retention of digital workers 
Maria Rancel Lopez, Head of Procurement, People and Culture at Nationwide Building Society

Maria Rancel Lopez

Head of Procurement, People and Culture
Nationwide Building Society

TRACK A - Data-Driven, Digital HR Procurement

2:40 pm - 3:30 pm Case Study Interactive – Lessons Learned by IBM During its Digital Procurement Transformation Journey in Benelux
Find out how the IBM procurement team in Benelux played a strategic role in the business’ recent major digital transformation journey in Europe, their lessons learned plus the impact it has had on workforce management in the region.
 
·         Assessing the key drivers for IBM’s recent major business transformation
·         How procurement played a role in sourcing and on-boarding strategic suppliers to support the change
·         How did digital tools and capabilities aid in the transformation process?
·         What are the implications of transformation for regional workforce management?
Peter Schaar, Head of Procurement, Benelux at IBM

Peter Schaar

Head of Procurement, Benelux
IBM

TRACK A - Data-Driven, Digital HR Procurement

3:30 pm - 4:10 pm Panel and Interactive Polling – Practical Ways to Leverage Bots, AI, ML and RPA for More Data-Driven Workforce Management Decision Making
Make the most of automation capabilities available today by learning which ones you can apply in your own procurement processes and which ones you should consider sourcing as part of your approach to HR technology insertion for the business.
 
·         Which emerging technologies can genuinely play a useful role in procurement of staffing and HR services?
·         How do you know when your business is ready to increase the amount of automation?
·         How can AI and ML contribute to better workforce management decision making?
·         What are the major risks to be aware of before you invest in any new automation capabilities?
Maria Rancel Lopez, Head of Procurement, People and Culture at Nationwide Building Society

Maria Rancel Lopez

Head of Procurement, People and Culture
Nationwide Building Society

Chad Nesland, Director of Strategic Sourcing at Microsoft's Procurement group

Chad Nesland

Director of Strategic Sourcing
Microsoft's Procurement group

Daniel Wilson, Global Head of Corporate Services Procurement at Adidas

Daniel Wilson

Global Head of Corporate Services Procurement
Adidas

Evert van Ophem, Head of Client Services Procurement, Benelux at IBM

Evert van Ophem

Head of Client Services Procurement, Benelux
IBM

TRACK B – Workshops

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Pump up your job media buying 2020-style — think beyond job boards!
  • Dive into the ever-changing recruitment media landscape
  • See how to make recruitment media buying an easy-breezy act
  • Reduce Cost per Hire (Easier than you might think!)
  • Take the guesswork out of your recruitment process! Magic? No. Data.

Let’s face it — in today’s ever-changing recruitment media landscape it’s hard to keep up with all that’s new. Posting your job on the right channels can be a bit of a guess-game,  costly, and very time-consuming. 
  • Join us for this hands-on 💪 workshop to dive into the ins and outs of sharing your jobs on the right channels. What else? Managing multiple job board contracts is so 2018, so let’s see how to solve that one too! Aaaand the BONUS: learn how to track it all: from source to hire.
Joost de Zwart, Manager, Customer Success Team International at Vonq

Joost de Zwart

Manager, Customer Success Team International
Vonq

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm Afternoon Coffee Break

Continuing the Journey Towards Total Talent

4:40 pm - 5:00 pm Visionary Interview – Continuing the Journey to Total Talent Management

Benefit from all the most recent lessons learned by Martin and his global team of workforce experts as they continue to make tremendous progress with a global total talent strategy for Philips during this frank and open interview.
 
·         Major milestones and key lessons learned from Philips total talent programme to date
·         How to identify and avoid obstacles to progress in your global total talent programme early on saving you considerable resources
·         3 top tips when engaging your senior management in supporting your total talent programme that will be invaluable in the long run
·         How to engage your industry partners in the successful implementation of your total talent strategy
Martin Thomas, Head of Total Workforce Management at Philips

Martin Thomas

Head of Total Workforce Management
Philips

5:00 pm - 5:30 pm Talent Tech Dragon’s Den with Chilled Refreshments – Assessing New HR Technologies that will Help You Deliver and Develop Talent in the Future

5:30 pm - 5:45 pm Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference