26 - 27 September, 2018
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Global Contingent Workforce Project Deputy Business Lead
Madelyn Abreu is Global Category Manager for Professional Services at Roche. For the last year Madelyn has lead a multidisciplinary team for the development of a Global Template for the management of Contingent Workforce, which is currently being rolled out to the main sites in the organization. During this exercise Madelyn has steered the collaboration across functions and geographies to develop end to end processes for the category, as well as supporting systems configuration.
Global Head of Workforce Supply Management
Claire has been with Nationwide since 2003 and spent the first 8 years of her career working in Operational Risk roles across Nationwide supporting the Retail Branch Network, Back office operations and then HR. Claire moved into Resourcing in 2012 where she led the Strategy & Specialist Services Team before moving into her current role, Head of Workforce Supply Management in July 2017.
Part of the Resourcing Leadership Team, Claire is accountable for Nationwide’s Contingent Workforce implementing and managing an effective supply chain, ensuring appropriate controls are applied and that there is the right level of visibility and reporting. This is a brand new role for the Society and has been implemented as part of a key focus for the Society on its Contingent Workforce.
A member of Nationwide’s Rising Star programme, Claire has been a finalist for Nationwide’s Employee of the year three times in 2012, 2014 and 2017. In November 2016, Claire won the UK In House Recruitment Manager of the year award at the In House Recruitment Network Awards.
Global HR Category Leader
Henry Murphy III is Sr. Manager, Global Sourcing & Procurement Contingent Labor & HR for Shire (formerly Baxalta). He has been active in the areas of Contingent Labor and HR procurement for over 15 years. His international experience includes developing successful global Contingent Labor and HR procurement programs for many of the top fortune 100 companies, including Allstate Insurance, United Airlines, Zurich Financial, and most recently Tyson Foods.
Mr. Murphy is also President of Relational Procurement Management Inc., which provides consulting services to organizations around the areas of effective supplier relationship management, cross-functional team dynamics and building global procurement functions. He has been a frequent contributor to industry conferences and publications on the topic.
Global Category Leader, Professional Services Procurement
Philip Morris International
Global Head of Resourcing, Marine and Technology
A senior Resourcing and Business Executive with over 25 years multi-national experience across executive search, in-house and consultancy based recruitment and Strategic Workforce Planning.
Diverse Global experience in leading and managing teams for both volume based as well as high impact specialist senior recruitment to board level in both developed and emerging markets.Experience spanning Defence, Steel & Mining, IT Consulting & Professional Services in the roles of Global Head of Resourcing, General HR and Operational Business Management.
Ali helped develop ArcelorMittal’s Strategic Workforce Planning methodology as well as its roll out globally (for a company of over 260,000 employees and presence in 60 Countries). He was also charged with the design, development and roll out of an in-house developed Strategic Work Force Planning tool to be used across ArcelorMittal. Ali is now developing and rolling out Strategic Workforce Planning at Babcock.
Head of Services Procurement, Europe
Daniel is a transformation expert with experience at Accenture leading major turnaround projects for employers around Europe including Cepsa, PepsiCo Europe, COTY, TAP Airlines and TEVA Pharma. In 2013 he moved across to procurement taking on a senior regional role at McKinsey managing spend in EMEA. Since 2017 Daniel worked at Amazon being responsible for managing all spend on Opex and Services Procurement in EMEA including significant spend on labour and contingent workforce services.
Global Head of Indirect Procurement
Head of Procurement Benelux, former Global HR Procurement Manager
Peter Schaar is responsible for procurement of software, technical skills, hardware and business services for IBM in Benelux with teams reporting to him in 5 countries. In addition he is the global HR procurement manager for HR and Recruitment making him a unique Hr procurement expert in the technology sector we are fortunate to welcome to ProcureCon HR and Extended Workforce this year. Peter has dedicated much of his career to working with IBM starting as a buyer with them in 1998.
Vice President Global Procurement
Global HR Category Leader
I have spent over 15 years as a Procurement Leader across both the Global Pharma and Sportwear industries. Leading a diverse range of high spend categories including Facilities Management, Engineering, Operations and R&D. I joined the HR Category in January 2017 and have been accountable for developing the strategy for Learning and Development category to support the HR transformation and strategy across the AZ enterprise. Key initiatives have included developing and driving a supplier efficiency programme and implementing social
Head of Labour and Consultancy Procurement Europe Tata Steel
Yvette Spijkerman is Sourcing Manager Labor, within Procurement of Tata Steel IJmuiden. She is responsible for all temporary labor contracts in NL and other HR Recruitment services.
Yvette started her career as an engineer and worked abroad in Greece, Denmark and Poland as a production manager within the clothing industry. She joined Tata Steel at 2006 within IT procurement and did some outsourcing projects in the UK. Over the last seven years she fully focused on temporary labor and in close cooperation with Recruitment they introduced a central department, the Flexcentre, where all requisitions comes in.
Over the last years she had to deal with several changes within law and legislations and because of that, she starts a master on labor law. Yvette is contributing in several networks with other corporate companies about labor and procurement.
Global Service Line Manager Contingent Workforce
Gonneke Vulto is Global Service Line Manager for Contingent Workforce in Unilever. She is job-sharing this role with Elske Allaart. They have the responsibility for both the Contingent Workforce Service in the countries that are live and the further roll out and expansion of the service delivery model across the globe. Gonneke has been active in global business change and transformation programmes for over 15 years both in Unilever and other top fortune 100 companies when she was working as a management consultant in London. Together with Elske she is excited to play a key role in putting the foundations in place to build the workforce of the future for Unilever.
Global Head of Indirect Procurement
Denis Gelman-Riis is Director, Global Indirect Procurement for LEO Pharma – a company focused on developing, manufacturing and marketing pharmaceutical drugs to dermatologic and thrombotic patients in more than 100 countries globally. In the role Mr. Gelman-Riis is responsible for R&D, Professional Services, IT, Marketing, Facility Management, Meeting & Events and Regional Procurement, leading a team of 21 professionals in seven countries.
Over the last 10 years, Mr. Gelman-Riis has worked in various leadership roles, with a commercial focus, across several industries. Mr. Gelman-Riis international experience includes strategic development of teams, procedures, processes and deliverables in a number of countries (UK, Denmark, US, Singapore etc.). Denis Gelman-Riis is currently based in Denmark.
Mr. Gelman-Riis is a frequent contributor to industry conferences as a speaker, panelist and moderator.
Group Strategic Partnership Manager
Rob is an experienced procurement professional with significant experience manging complex categories and projects in large telecommunications and financial services organisations.
He is currently managing AXAs global Contingent Labour project, his role previously sitting within Group HR during strategy development, before transitioning to Group Procurement to lead the execution of this key transformation work stream.
Global Service Line Manager Contingent Workforce
Elske Allaart is Global Service Line Manager for Contingent Workforce in Unilever. She is job-sharing this role with Gonneke Vulto. They have the responsibility for both the Contingent Workforce Service in the countries that are live and the further roll out and expansion of the service delivery model across the globe. Elske has 14 years’ experience working in local, regional and global HR, change and transformation roles at Unilever. Together with Gonneke she is excited to play a key role in putting the foundations in place to build the workforce of the future for Unilever.
Global Head of HR Procurement
General Manager Continental Europe
Global Head of Talent Management
Prior to moving across to the Talent Acquisition Organisation at Philips, Maarten was Global Commodity Manager for Contingent Labour and Recruitment for Philips, a role he held since April 2015. Before working at Philips Maarten worked at Dutch telecom giant KPN on various sourcing projects and continues to manage a start-up software recruitment business called SkipMonday.
Head of HR and HR Procurement
Head of Innovation Projects, HR
Global Head of External Workforce Sourcing
Global Talent Attraction Lead
VP & Global CoE Lead, Contingent Workforce Outsourcing and Talent Supply Chain Management
ManpowerGroup Solutions UK
Randstad Sourceright Global Innovation Center
Global Head of Innovation
Allegis Global Solutions
Global Head of Total Workforce Management
Martin Thomas is currently leading Total Workforce Strategy for Philips to help the business be ready for the workforce of the future. Martin drives strategy for recruitment of permanent, contingent & on-demand workers to ensure Philips have a joined up approach across all sources of getting work done. He creates the link from Strategic Workforce Planning to Demand Management and he owns the Contingent Labour Programme for Philips globally.
Martin is a Talent Acquisition professional with career spanning in-house and executive search, leading TA for organisations including BT, AIG and the BBC. He gained broader HR experience through roles in Talent Management and as an HRBP with extensive International experience leading regional and global teams. Martin has lived in the UK, Germany, USA and India.
Talent Insight & Award Winning Blogger
Global Purchasing Leader, Consultancy and Outsourcing
Wietse is the Global Procurement Lead for Professional Fees and HR services at UCB, a mid-sized biopharma company based in Belgium. Since 2015, he also owns the Contingent Workforce Program that currently encompasses 4 countries and 500+ contingent workers. Wietse has a strong track record of upscaling various Service Contracts for UCB, and is currently finalizing the implementation of a blended RPO/MSP solution for UCB globally. Joining co-presenter Geraldine Yung, Global Talent Attraction Lead, Wietse will clarify how you can establish a broader business mandate allowing you to evolve from a distinct RPO/MSP program to a total talent model.
VMS Implementation Leader
Global Head of HR Procurement
British American Tobacco
Julie Smith is the Global Category Manager HR for BAT. Within her remit is all external spend for HR covering all topics in both Talent and Reward. Her multi country team run local, regional and global projects for the function and work closely with HR on their strategic direction.She has been working in Global Procurement HR for over 10 years in both Switzerland and the UK with both Syngenta and PMI. In addition to HR Procurement, Julie has led Global Categories for Finance and Legal and in previous roles in Australia, covered all Indirect Categories.
Managing Director & Co-head of Co-investment
Global Head of Contingent Staffing Procurement
Andreas has over 20 years’ experience in the consulting sector starting out at Baan and then spending over 11 years at Capgemini in various procurement roles. As CPO he currently manages the procurement team and spend in the UK, Nordic and CEE regions, providing him with unique regional experiences in both transformation and supplier relationship management to share at ProcureCon Europe in 2016.
Material Group Manager HR and Management Consulting Services Corporate Procurement
Tom Michaelis, Category Manager Corporate Procurement for Daniel Swarovski Corporation AG. He has responsibility for Management Consulting Services & HR Services which includes Contingent Labor procurement.
He has been active in the areas of Contingent Labor, as Sales Director, and Professional Service Procurement for over 10 years. In his current role he mainly deals with big initiatives which have a significant impact on the companies result.
Global Head of HR Transformation
Kai Pika is Global Head of HR Transformation at AXA IT. Kai is currently leading the change management to set-up an integrated workforce program. During his career Kai has acted as operational HRD in insurance as much as Master Black Belt in Six Sigma, professional Coach and Scrum Master. He gained strong people management expertise integrating the dimensions of NWOW, agile practice and digital transformation. Leveraging a cross-functional view on the future of work, while focussing on true collaboration, is one of Kai’s personal convictions.
Head of GCM STrategy and Transformation
Nationwide Building Society
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