HR in the Workplace: Past, Present and Future
Thursday, May 7, 2015. 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. (Eastern Time)
The ILR Online webcast series 2014-15 lineup will feature programs with a “past, present and future” theme, to align with Cornell University’s 150th anniversary and the ILR School’s 70th anniversary in 2015.
In the May webcast, ILR faculty and senior HR executives will discuss the importance of human resources in modern organizations and how the field has evolved from an administrative function to a vital piece of a successful organization's business strategy. The program will highlight some of the latest issues and trends in diversity and analytics, and address the impact of technology on HR practice as well as expectations for HR leaders of the future. Viewers are encouraged to participate in the program by offering questions and comments throughout the live webcast.
Presenter: Beth Livingston, ILR Assistant Professor, Human Resource Studies
Additional insight provided by:
- Brad Bell, ILR Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies and Director, Executive Education
- Chris Collins, ILR Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies and Director, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS)
- Michael D'Ambrose '79, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Archer-Daniels-Midland Co.
- Lee Dyer, ILR Professor of Human Resource Studies
- Eva Sage-Gavin '80, ILR Executive in Residence and Vice Chair, Skills for America’s Future, Aspen Institute and Former CHRO – Gap Inc.
- John Hausknecht, ILR Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies
- Lisa Nishii, ILR Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies and Chair, ILR International Programs