COREHR3: Transforming HR Service and Technology and Leading Change at Georgetown University

Leading Change at Georgetown University

Event Link
Wednesday 05 October
03:30 PM – 04:30 PM

As one of the world’s longest-standing, leading academic institutions, how do you direct your diverse workforce through continuous change? Georgetown University’s, Marjorie Boursiquot, recognized the opportunity to instill an agile culture by familiarizing employees with constant changes in how technology is used to do business. She’ll discuss how the university is making HR services accessible to all employees, maintaining transparency in its processes and becoming operationally efficient. Plus, you’ll hear about Georgetown’s support model, change management strategy, and lessons learned and benefits experienced along the way, so you can better manage change at your organization too.


Marjorie Boursiquot

AVP, Business Process Integration
Georgetown University


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Marjorie Boursiquot

Marjorie Boursiquot is an expert in enterprise information technology (IT), and project and change management. She has over 20 years of experience in the execution of global IT strategy, technology innovation and enterprise-wide change management. Marjorie Boursiquot is with the Office of the Chief Operating Officer at Georgetown University as Assistant Vice President for Business Process Integration. In her role as AVP for Business Process Integration, Marjorie collaborates with stakeholders across the University to leverage existing investments, identify business/technology solutions, efficiencies and standardized processes to bend the cost curve and facilitate workforce and system improvements. Marjorie holds a Bachelor’s in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia, an M.B.A. from Georgetown University and is a certified project manager.

Jonathan Benhamou



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Jonathan Benhamou

Jonathan Benhamou co-founded PeopleDoc, a leading provider of cloud-based HR Service Delivery solutions, in 2007 in France. In 2014, Jonathan moved to New York to oversee the global expansion of PeopleDoc. The same year, Gartner recognized PeopleDoc as a “Cool Vendor” in the Human Capital Management space. Jonathan helps other young innovative companies and technology start-ups as a member of the delegation of Young Entrepreneurs of the G20. He has been recognized as a Technology Young Leader – an honor awarded by 20 of Europe’s top technology leaders, including Apple, Google, Intel, Oracle, and Cisco. Jonathan holds a Master’s degree in Business from HEC Paris.