HR Culture Vultures in New York City
We recently concluded a successful HR networking series in NYC. Our topic for discussion across three sessions was organisational culture change. Input from organisations around the table was interesting and varied.
Defining the Modern HR Function
Last week, our New York City hosts MetLife, Tapestry, and Credit Suisse welcomed two of ChapmanCG’s Americas team, Alan Mait and Andrew Trac for a series of HR leadership roundtable sessions. The discussions centered around global HR trends for 2018 and proactive approaches to diversity and inclusion. Alan Mait facilitated an insightful discussion with a number of key HR Senior Executives in attendance from organizations that included Bank of America Merill Lynch, BNY Mellon, Blackstone, Estee Lauder, Ferrari, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, TEVA, , Tiffany & Co., Wipro, U.S. Steel and others. Artificial Intelligence in HR Although…
Technology, With a Purpose
Charles Bendotti, Global CHRO at Philip Morris International, David Thomas, APAC HR Head at Manulife and Fiona Wong, Asia Talent Head at Metlife co-hosted ChapmanCG’s Matthew Chapman, Tim Spriggs, Odilia Poon, Ringo Lau, Tracy Goh and 47 other HR and Talent Acquisition leaders to discuss The Role of HR in Driving Digitalisation, Technological Innovations in the Workplace and How Technology is Affecting HR. The millennials, or ‘Gen Y’ as we refer to them, continue to be the centre of attention. As we know, HR can no longer solely rely on traditional methods for attracting and retaining top talent. Greater agility…
Global HR Leaders Meeting in US
The Chapman Consulting Group held a series of Global HR Leaders meetings in the US. The meetings were hosted by Gap in San Francisco and Metlife, Macquarie and American Express in New York. In attendance were a great group of participants, including representatives from Accenture, Bank of America, BlackRock, Citi, Deutsche Bank, GlaxoSmithKline, Levi Strauss, McGraw-Hill, Morgan Stanley, Marsh, Merck, Pfizer, Twitter and Wells Fargo.