Mapping & Developing Talent Effectively: Human Talent Tools – ProfileXT™
Whether it’s called “people”, “Labor”, “intellectual capital”, “human capital”, “human resources”, “talent”, or some other terms, the resource that lies within employee and how they are organized is increasingly recognized as critical to strategic success and value creation or business result. This practice is so common today that it almost goes without saying.
Digitization, labor shortages, growth through acquisitions, simultaneous downsizing and expansion, constant hyper-competitions and change, and globalization are just a few of reason that have made what we call “talent” a top priority. Business practitioner, scholar, academia, and public policy note that business decisions must happen more quickly at the same time as those decisions increasingly depend on talent and its organization and as the employment relationship is unprecedented pressure to adapt.
So, does your talent management practice give your organization a unique advantage and linkage with your business result? It had better – because the competition is heating up. How to leave rival companies scrambling? Think more strategically about your company’s number one resource: its people.
Through this session, you will be unmasking the secret inside organization that faced competitive situation in their industries. Using example from companies such as Air Asia, HM Sampoerna subsidiary of Philip Morris, and other best practices, this forum reveal how business leaders can extend their influence by making talent decision effectively. And we will draw on leading trend in business environment from best scholar and business practitioners to provide a compelling new vision for human talent role in the future.
Panelist and Sources:
1. Josef Bataona
Director of Human Resources PT Unilever Indonesia, Tbk
HR Person of the Year 2008 by SWA Magazine
Topic: Making Your Company a Talent Factory
2. Budi W. Soetjipto, Ph.D.
Direktur Pengelola Lembaga Managemen, Universitas Indonesia
Topic: Managing Talent to Creating Business Value
3. Yos A. Ginting, Ph.D.
Director of Human Resources PT HM Sampoerna Tbk
Topic: Can an Organization Producing Controversial Products Attract & Retain its Talent?
4. Jonny P. Soebandono, MM, MSi.
Former President Director of USI/IBM Indonesia and RCTI. Currently lecturer at Sampoerna SBM-ITM, and Graduate School of Psychology Universitas Indonesia and is also a senior advisor of BusinessFirst.
Topic: Using the Right Management Tools to Get the Right Talent on Your Bus
CEO Assessment Indonesia & Strategic Business Partner Profile International USA
Who should Attend?
Profiles International Indonesia (PT Assessment Indonesia)
PT BusinessFirst International
Concept of The Forum: Talk Show and Panel Discussion
Each speaker will be given around 15 minutes to present their materials, could be in the form of slides presentation or direct speech.
c. Questions/ Answers
d. Closing & Networking
The participants will be pleased to take the beverages and snacks. They could eat, drink as well as enhance networking in a cozy ambiance.