EVENT

February 6

Workforce resilience | Creating a Resilience Workforce

KPMG Ignition Center | Chicago, IL

Linda Imonti

Linda Imonti

Office Managing Principal, KPMG US

+1 312-665-2913

People are at the core of every organization and the source of innovation. Join us at the second event of the KPMG Chicago Resilience Series, "Creating a Resilient Workforce", to hear about strategies for modernizing your workforce including how to deliver a consumerism model for talent, evolve skills for the future and empower workforce agility in the digital age.

Join us for the KPMG Chicago Resilience Series and discover how to build and maintain a resilient workforce.

U.S. CEOs cite modernizing the workforce as the top strategy to ensure organizations are future-ready.
2019 U.S. CEO Outlook survey
  • Overview
  • Speakers
  • KPMG Ignition Center – Chicago

Overview

Agenda

8:30 a.m.

8:45 a.m.

Breakfast and Registration  

8:45 a.m

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8:50 a.m.

Welcome Linda Imonti, Office Managing
Principal – Chicago, KPMG LLP

8:50 a.m.

9:15 a.m.

Managing Today’s Workforce

Today’s human resource organizations are facing unprecedented change. The digital revolution continues to accelerate at an astonishing pace, business leaders are grappling with emerging technologies and employees expect a “consumer-like” experience. Learn how leaders in human resources and across all functions prepare for a workforce comprised of five different generations.

Robert Cojocaru, Director,
Human Resource and Talent Advisory, KPMG LLP

9:15 a.m.

9:45 a.m.

Fireside Chat: Executive Perspective on Human Resource Transformation

We’ll be chatting with Kim Cullotta regarding how Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago encourages a Coaching Culture through its recent Performance Management Transformation. The journey of keeping a coaching culture alive in how the bank evaluates its workforce. 

Robert Cojocaru and Kim Cullotta, Director of Human Resources, Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago

9:45 a.m.

10:15 a.m.

Empowering Employees for Innovation and Lifelong Learning

In the face of emerging technologies, increasing use of intelligent automation, and changing employee expectations, learn about how organizations are empowering employees to innovate and embrace lifelong learning.

Tina Kelly, Partner, Human Resource and Talent Advisory, KPMG LLP

10:15 a.m.

10:45 a.m.

3 Ways to Gamify Learning to Increase Employee Engagement

Five generations are currently working in today’s workforce and developing training content that meets the needs of this diverse population can often be challenging. Gamifying learning is a strategy that can make learning fun, engaging and effective for all ages. Dr. Kelly Richmond Pope will discuss how she has gamified learning using edutainment in order to increase engagement and intergenerational connectivity.

Dr. Kelly Richmond Pope, Associate Professor, School of Accountancy and MIS, Driehaus College of Business, DePaul University

10:45 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Break and transition to Insights Center or Garage

Robert Cojocaru

11:00 a.m.

11:30 a.m.

Breakout Option 1: Workforce Analytics In the coming years, detailed workforce analytics will be critical to effective decision-making, both for Human Resources and the business enterprise, as well as playing a significant role in driving employee experience though deep insights into employee needs and behaviors. Advanced technology is unlocking the potential for predictive analytics that anticipate behavioral patterns before they occur, with powerful implications. See how workforce analytics can empower human resource professionals and organizational leaders to create more responsive business and workforce strategies, improve performance, predict “flight risk” employees, design a better employee experience, and more.

Breakout Option 2: The Future of Work:
A resilient workforce demands access to the latest technologies and a responsive and engaging working environment where it is possible to make meaningful contributions to the organization and grow as an individual. The Garage represents a platform to develop not only the innovative tools and processes required to drive change, but the workforce required to design future.

Tom Haslam, Managing Director, Data & Analytics, KPMG LLP Location: Insights Center

Shannon Gilmore, Managing Director, Innovation and Enterprise solutions, KPMG LLP
Location: The “Garage” 

Speakers

Robert Cojocaru

Robert Cojocaru

Director, Talent Management, KPMG US

+1 214-840-6043
Tina Kelly

Tina Kelly

Partner, Talent Management, KPMG US

+1 410-949-8442
Thomas Haslam

Thomas Haslam

Managing Director, Data & Analytics, KPMG US

+1 201-571-3097
Linda Imonti

Linda Imonti

Office Managing Principal, KPMG US

+1 312-665-2913
Shannon Gilmore

Shannon Gilmore

Managing Director, SGI Portfolio Office, KPMG US

+1 312-665-3028
Kim Cullotta

Kim Cullotta

Senior Vice President and Group Head, Human Resources, Federal Home Bank of Chicago

Kelly Richmond Pope

Kelly Richmond Pope

Ph.D., CPA, Associate Professor, DePaul University

KPMG Ignition Center – Chicago

Businesses today are facing unprecedented change

The intersection of human technological innovation is fundamentally shifting how and where we work, and who does the work. It impacts business models, operating models, and financial models. The insights supporting our clients’ decisions matter more than ever. Together we can spark ideas we haven’t even dreamed of yet. And turn those ideas into reality. 

What happens at the Ignition Centers?

Here we bring together our experts in design thinking, data and analytics, strategy, and  technology to collaborate on new services and help our clients prepare for and address disruptive changes to their business models.

Brian Miske

Brian Miske

Executive Director, Innovation Lab, KPMG US

+1 973-876-1591
John Hair

John Hair

Director, Emerging Technology Risk Svcs, KPMG US

+1 312-665-3606
Lia Douglas

Lia Douglas

Senior Director, OMP, Chicago, KPMG US

+1 312-665-2643

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