CHRO3: Looking Five Years Into the Future: The Role of HR in 2022
Looking Five Years Into the Future: The Role of HR in 2022
Wednesday 05 October
03:30 PM – 04:30 PM
Modern technology continues to have a significant impact on business, as well as the role of HR and the challenges facing the HR leader. Organizational knowledge is becoming commoditized and standardized, and often is readily available on the web. And with changing demands and expectations of the next generation of workers, HR and business leaders run the risk of losing control while striving to enable their people more and more. So what will the role of HR look like in 2022? How will you need to evolve, develop new skills and agility, and continue to embrace and adopt new technology to create the optimized future of work? These CHROs will share their insights on how you can develop and adapt your role and build a future-proof, agile workforce to ensure you can deliver for tomorrow’s business.
Senior Client Partner
George Atkinson is a Senior Client Partner in Korn Ferry’s Chicago office. Over the course of his career in executive search, he has worked with Fortune 500 corporations as well as early-stage high growth companies. While he has organizations across a wide variety of industries and geographies, most of his focus has been working with clients in the Midwest United States. He has an extensive knowledge of the talent in this market, and those individuals elsewhere but open to the region. A member of Korn Ferry’s Human Resources Center of Expertise since its inception in 1998, Mr. Atkinson focuses primarily on the recruitment of senior-level generalists in a variety of service and manufacturing industries. He has also led multiple assignments for functional experts in compensation and benefits, talent management and organizational development.
SVP, Chief Human Resources Officer
Mr. Baker-Greene joined FactSet in June 2015 from Voya Financial, formerly ING, U.S., where he was Head of Human Resources for Retirement Solutions, Operations, and Information Technology. Previously, Mr. Baker-Greene worked at Fidelity Investments for 13 years. At Fidelity, he was a part of the Personal and Workplace Investing division, where he held roles in business and human resources capacities, including Senior Vice President/Managing Director, Relationship Management. Mr. Baker-Greene began his professional career as a lawyer focusing first on employment law and subsequently recruiting, talent management, and human capital management. Mr. Baker-Greene received a B.A. from Tufts University and a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.
SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer
Mike Rude has over 30 years of Human Resource leadership experience and has designed and implemented people and organization strategies to attract, engage and grow top talent and to foster dynamic cultures that drive outstanding business performance. He is currently the SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer for Option Care, the nation’s leading home infusion therapy provider, with revenues of $1.5 billion and 5,000 employees across the U.S. Prior to joining Option Care, Mike was the SVO & CHRO for Catamaran, a pharmacy benefit management company that during his tenure grew from $6 billion to $22 billion in revenue and employed 6,000 people.