We’re counting down the days until The Recruiting Automation Summit begins. Two days packed with great speakers, actionable insights and an opportunity to meet some of the most progressive people in the recruiting space is less than two weeks away!
If you haven’t had the opportunity to look through the agenda, we’re highlighting just a few of the great sessions in this blog post.
Opening Keynote with Billy Beane
Billy Beane, executive VP of baseball operations for the Oakland A’s and subject of the book & feature film, “Moneyball” will kick off the day with a presentation about how he changed the way the MLB found and recruited top players. Beane’s approach, based on a data analytics methodology, led the Oakland A’s to six American League West Division Titles. That strategic methodology has come to be known as the “Moneyball” philosophy, named for the best-selling book and Oscar-nominated film and making Beane one of the most progressive and talented baseball executives in the game today.
Panel Discussion: Artificial Intelligence, The Unforeseen Cost of Accessibility
As machine learning is used more and more to make our lives easier, what’s the risk of implementing such technologies? Will we lose skill sets that built our careers in the early days? Will we notice? And further, how will the next generation be affected by such shifts? What’s the cost/benefit analysis when it comes to employing automation? We’re getting these questions answered by experts Mohsen Bayati, associate professor at Stanford University and a Martin Ford, New York Times bestselling author of Rise of the Robots. These panelists are pushing past the surface to uncover the costs and benefits of recruiting automation and how you can approach with caution.
The recruiting industry has seen massive shifts in just the last 20 years as classified ads have turned into job boards, social recruiting has turned into recruitment marketing and so many more trends have shaped and reshaped the world of talent acquisition. Josh Bersin, principal and founder of Bersin by Deloitte and Josh Wright, chief economist at iCIMS share research you can use to inform your recruiting strategy going forward. Better yet, this session is approved for 1 (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward California, GPHR, PHRi, SPHRi, PHR and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
Fireside Chat: Change Management
As talent acquisition professionals look for ways to manage change whether it be the adoption of new technologies or adaptation to leadership shifts, hear from leaders at different organizations about how they’ve navigated change, where they got support and how they made it manageable.
Will a Bot Take My Job?
Much has been promised by vendors about how artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other technologies will make human recruiters obsolete. Are these technologies harbingers of a dystopian future, or empowering tools that will turn us into recruiting superhumans? Join this discussion as speakers address some of the biggest fears that surround recruiting automation technology and how they’re preparing for the future.
Machine + Recruiter = High Impact
As recruiting automation frees up a talent team’s time to focus on strategy, what are the most impactful initiatives to take on?
Hear key insights driving business strategy based on Bersin by Deloitte’s 2018 High Impact Talent Acquisition Report. Analyst Robin Erickson will share research-backed insights on what strategic talent teams are having the most success with and share practical applications for bringing these strategies back to your own organization.
What the Future Holds for HR
Hear from the frontlines of HR. PeopleTech co-founders Cara Brennan Allamano and Robby Peters will discuss what technologies they’ve been working with and how real HR practitioners are using them to augment their workflow and improve their hiring and HR management strategies.
You won’t want to miss all the things you can learn about the future of recruiting and how you can best position yourself and your company to take on the challenges and competitive advantages that come your way. Make sure to save your seat while tickets are still available.